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    My NEW rides...more pics

    I bought this along with a Moots YBBeat MTB. I'm still building my YBBeat, but here is my new commuter bike and all-around road bike (since I'm not really a true roadie). Since my commute is 30 miles one way I had to get somthing nice and comfortable!

    (Update) Here is my newly built YBBeat without my Crossmax (on order)


    just alittle excited...can ya tell?
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    that's hot.

    but pushin' knobbies for 60 mi. r/t? Damn. NFB tho.

    HW


    Quote Originally Posted by BigMoots
    Since my commute is 30 miles one way I had to get somthing nice and comfortable!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigMoots
    (since I'm not really a true roadie).
    What does it take to be a true roadie?
    If you don't like climbing, then my rides are three times more fun than yours.

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    clinchers, he he he...

    Quote Originally Posted by Biking Viking
    What does it take to be a true roadie?
    All I meant was I choose a crossbike thinking it wasnt a total departcher from bombing down single track. I would kill for a VaMoots SL, don't get me wrong, but since I ride on some gravel roads home this was the right choice.

    mike
    Last edited by BigMoots; 04-05-2004 at 11:37 AM.

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    "True roadies" strongly prefer

    road over dirt, and may not even have a mountain bike. Extra points if you fail to acknowledge friendly salutations from people on anything other than a high-end road bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigMoots
    All I meant was I choose a crossbike thinking it wasnt a total departcher from bombing down single track. I would kill for a VeMoots SL, don't get me wrong, but since I ride on some gravel roads home this was the right choice.

    mike
    Now, that make sense. Why didn't you say that in the first place. BTW - it's VaMoots, and yes - it's a fantastic commute tool if there are no gravel roads involved.

    If you don't like climbing, then my rides are three times more fun than yours.

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    Nice BIking Viking is that an SL version

    Quote Originally Posted by Biking Viking
    Now, that make sense. Why didn't you say that in the first place. BTW - it's VaMoots, and yes - it's a fantastic commute tool if there are no gravel roads involved.

    looks like we have similar taste in our rides!

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