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    Quote Originally Posted by Thameth View Post
    nice. do you have that xl...like desktop size?

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    A shred with a view.

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    One minute into the first ride in two weeks, some flying bug comes out of nowhere, gets wedged under my helmet strap and bites/stings me in the left temple, producing instant pain over the upper left side of my face that lasts the whole ride and now, two hours later is still going strong. Oh well, it was still a good ride, even in jungle level humidity, even if Mother Nature chose to immediately remind me that she's in charge.
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    One picture, one line.  No whining. Something about YOUR last ride. [o]-fall2010-052.jpg

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    One picture, one line.  No whining. Something about YOUR last ride. [o]-fall2010-052.jpg

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    One picture, one line.  No whining. Something about YOUR last ride. [o]-fall2010-052.jpg

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    topless. that's what all mtb girls do. we go ride, get topless, have pillow fights in the woods, scissor, then ride home!

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    Quote Originally Posted by square View Post
    nice. do you have that xl...like desktop size?
    Largest version I have.... enjoy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thameth View Post
    thanks!

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    No, I didn't ride with a broken arm........

    I rode with a broken wrist.

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    Natural high...


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    Relaxed me a bit after spending half the ride either blocking ***** paths, or taking out cheater rocks.
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    OUCH!


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    Great riding partner in the making.

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    I'm looking forward to Spring. I'm going for a ride on the Great Dividing Range in Spring. It has rained a lot this year. The water has been good. Hurry along Spring.




    My last ride was below the Tinderry Range. I didn't get far because it rained, again.

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    Yup, another opportunity to take the bike out and enjoy life
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    The calendar says July 31st...



    But it looks like June

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    Cell phone picture.

    2.3 miles of single track descending about 2,300ft. $35 bucks sure can get you some nice things.
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    Wow, some nice pics. Looks like a few of you can shoot photograghy for a living.

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    Beautiful morning in the bay


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    3.5 hours of pure uphill misery....45 minutes of downhill heaven.

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    can all you "in proximity to mountains , **** " stop taking such impeccable scenic photography and showing up my shots, out here in RI i'm lucky to find a clearing or a marsh thats photo-worthy, let alone a small hill.

    But sarcasm aside, those are some beautiful shots and its inspiring to think where I want to live/ travel farther down the road in life

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zootowner View Post
    i need to get to the bay area someday, the riding looks superb, not to mention the views of the ocean.

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    Spot the random biker

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    Old skool in session,

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    ...honey...you know how I told you I wanted a new bike....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Birdman-X View Post
    ...honey...you know how I told you I wanted a new bike....
    I think that that shock should be replace...
    Quote Originally Posted by NicoleB28 View Post
    topless. that's what all mtb girls do. we go ride, get topless, have pillow fights in the woods, scissor, then ride home!

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    getting dirty with the wife

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    Been mixing it up a bit. On some of the hilly country roads the fat slicks look like a good idea.


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    Early morning ride, on the way to the dirt, this big fella thought the grass at the park looked tasty. I need to start carrying a better camera than my phone on rides.

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    Having fun in the rocks on a Stumpy 29'er dually demo bike
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    The long trip awaits...480km + DH/FR + BBQ & Red + Onsen.


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    Those bikes fit in the back of that car?

    What's a red + onsen? Google says onsen is a Japanese hot spring inn deal. That's Japan? LHD vehicle and... nm, that white one is RHD. What's red? I can only guess some sort of food/drink.

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    Yeah sorry, Red is Red wine. Onsen is a Japanese natural hot bath heated from volcanic activity and or natural spring water heated via boilers - GREAT, great stuff after a big ride/ drive. It makes a spa bath feel iky.

    In the back, 2 bikes, 10man tent, 2 esky's, tool box, 2 helmets and gear, Bike bag, pumps, spares, 2 chairs, folding table, BBQ, shoes, spare clothes etc etc etc...it does pack alot without fugly roof racks. It really chews fuel though. But an new exaust, induction kit, sports manifold and a remap will help out there - erm, (lead foot) or not?!

    Back to pics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sim2u View Post
    Yeah sorry, Red is Red wine. Onsen is a Japanese natural hot bath heated from volcanic activity and or natural spring water heated via boilers - GREAT, great stuff after a big ride/ drive. It makes a spa bath feel iky.

    In the back, 2 bikes, 10man tent, 2 esky's, tool box, 2 helmets and gear, Bike bag, pumps, spares, 2 chairs, folding table, BBQ, shoes, spare clothes etc etc etc...it does pack alot without fugly roof racks. It really chews fuel though. But an new exaust, induction kit, sports manifold and a remap will help out there - erm, (lead foot) or not?!

    Back to pics.
    I used to have a Brera but you're a brave man for squeezing all of that stuff in the back of yours!

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    Thanks bud, I feel...if you're going to have a nice car - USE it!

    But yeah...all in a days work. I use foam padding on all the sides with a Very big plastic sheet that raps up everything. Almost 2 years of no-probs, so far. Biggest problem is its tenacity to slurp fuel...!? Either that or it's my lead foot driving style??? I think, fuel is just bloody expensive, that's it.

    I have my specific packing method almost perfected whereby it'll take near on 40Mins at a relaxed pace and 15/20Mins in a rush - if it's raining or what ever.

    Which Brera did you have?

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    Oh "Pos Rep" coming for having the style to own one...nice!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sim2u View Post
    Oh "Pos Rep" coming for having the style to own one...nice!!!!
    Thanks! One rep point sent to you too!

    I had the 2.2d although it had 210bhp I wish I went with the V6 as I'm a petrol head at heart!

    What engine is yours?

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    Brera Italia Independant 3.2 Q4 Q-Tronic. Just had the Exhaust done with Remus and oh boy does it sound evil.

    Plan on doing the Manifold, downpipe, ECU remap with some 19" Novitec black wheels. I am sure the missus does'nt mind though...???? The remap should give me about 25% more HP, 30-38% more torque (important) with excellent acceleration. It sounds great on the ETC highway doing 160km...have to love Japan.

    Yeah the deseal had many issues, but still at best a beautiful car. I am remiss to wonder why they did not put a turbo on this??? The petrol version that is, AND why Fiat (idiots) do not HURRY-UP and sell Alfa to VW, they have a much better plan. Also, I am pissed that they did not use the twin turbo Pentastar engine instead of the Ausie 6-pot.

    Sorry, mini-hijac done.

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    My 2.2 definitely had a turbo, it was a nice car by all accounts, I left it completely standard though.

    Being a VW Golf GTI driver now I would love to see them take Alfa over!

    Anyway, lovely car, I bet it sounds amazing too! Thread hijack over now, sorry guys!

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    that's a sweet shot

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    Quote Originally Posted by jds View Post

    Early morning ride, on the way to the dirt, this big fella thought the grass at the park looked tasty. I need to start carrying a better camera than my phone on rides.
    thats cool, yea my 700 dollar i phone take pretty bad pictures but its got tunes and a phone

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    New question here.

    +1

    Yes...that IS a beautiful shot. Pos Rep to the champ who took it.

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    that's a sweet shot

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    New question here.

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    Yes...that IS a beautiful shot. Pos Rep to the champ who took it.

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    that's a sweet shot

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    Quote Originally Posted by SOFTBUTT View Post


    that's a sweet shot
    wow, just wow! Amazing shot!

    Do you happen to have a desktop-size copy of that shot? Thanks!
    Sorry for my lousy English. Please feel free to point out my errors.

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    topless. that's what all mtb girls do. we go ride, get topless, have pillow fights in the woods, scissor, then ride home!

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    Rode sparingly today, took it easy, took my time. And surprised myself by clearing a just steep and rocky enough uphill I'd never cleared before. The pic isn't it: just the most in-focus pic today.


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    ouch!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pspwesty View Post
    ouch!
    Daaaang. How fast do you reckon you were going?
    Ruder than you.
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    No offence intended but I atucally thought - due to the noisy nature and point of view of the pic; that it was a guy riding. Also, the person has what looks like muscular-ish arms, hence my mistake.




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    Little Black Skirt……..$80

    A woman who smiles when she sees a series of water breaks on the trail…..priceless

    Guess that would be 3 lines…..now 4 lines

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    Quote Originally Posted by MonsterD View Post
    Daaaang. How fast do you reckon you were going?
    To fast! But I'm not complaining. I'm healing up and will be back on the bike soon.
    "Being smart and fit is expensive, but not as expensive as being fat and dumb" - 9.8m/s/s

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    Bro, how much damage did you incure?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sim2u View Post
    Bro, how much damage did you incure?
    Me? Worst was to my left leg, hip and groin area. Watching the video when my hip hit I actually got airborne again. Something hit the inside of my leg hard enough that until today I couldn't lift my leg on its own had to help it by lifting with my hand. Side is bruised and arm was torn open a little but healing now. Like I said, no complaining or whining here, it's part of riding!
    "Being smart and fit is expensive, but not as expensive as being fat and dumb" - 9.8m/s/s

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    Hey you're luck though. There is a really nice guy on here whom had a rather simple yet horrific accident on here to his head. OMGosh...simple thing to happen but he was not wearing a lid and face planted into a curb. Forget the details, but when riding really gnar stuff, it always comes to the fore.

    Sending riding vibes your way.

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    mmmmmmm... mrt.
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    @ chongoman. wow, looks like a trail of bliss.... what part of the world is this??

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    Quote Originally Posted by rustyginn View Post
    ....what part of the world is this??
    Hi rustyginn,

    It's the McKenzie River Trail next to the McKenzie River in Oregon. The trail ends near the town of Blue River and here is a great trail description and rider reviews:

    McKenzie River Trail Oregon Trail Reviews

    I just rode it again a few weeks ago and it's a lot of fun. It's also been voted as one of the top ten trails in the US by many bike mags.

    Enjoy,

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    Four consecutive days of riding 10 hrs+ behind us and still enough energy to make fools of ourselves



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    And Handstands

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    30 miles in the rain = Passion.
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    the passage difficult

    same the Potomac river.........
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    popped out on the tracks...and this damn thing tried to take me out...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jds View Post

    Early morning ride, on the way to the dirt, this big fella thought the grass at the park looked tasty. I need to start carrying a better camera than my phone on rides.
    I know that park. It's 3 block from my folks house.

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    Moose River Plains, ADKs, NY

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    view orgy

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    This is just need to know information: Am i supposed to enjoy the irony or pity the sincerity?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CHUM View Post
    popped out on the tracks...and this damn thing tried to take me out...

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    Not too many places in S Arizona to do this at this time of year, but out in the Tanque Verde yesterday we found one!


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    Quote Originally Posted by SOFTBUTT
    That's a sweet shot.
    Softbutt, thanks for your appreciation of the shot Mate.


    Quote Originally Posted by rafab
    Do you happen to have a desktop-size copy of that shot? Thanks!
    Rafab, thank you too Mate. Let me know what size monitor you have and I'll re-print the shot to suit your monitor. Normally I only process these small images, that I post here.

    The last good day ride. Passing showers Wattamola Bay, Royal National Park.




    You guys might not know this? Royal National Park just south of Sydney, was the world's second gazetted National Park (1879), second to Yellowstone Public Park and Pleasuring Ground (1872).

    Warren.

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    Flow

    <object width="400" height="300" ><param name="allowfullscreen" value="true" /><param name="movie" value="http://www.facebook.com/v/2336510171737" /><embed src="http://www.facebook.com/v/2336510171737" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowfullscreen="true" width="400" height="300"></embed></object>
    No moss...

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    Finally starting to ride again 1 kid, 1 house, 1 knee surgery, and to many excuses later.

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    Trails are too muddy to ride. And too buggy to stop and take pictures anyway!

    My last ride was a little bit of everything with a big helping of gravel.


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    Best thread EVER!
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    The bicycle; the noble invention that saves my health, inside...and out.

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    inevitable user conflict...elk at Apex

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    Top of Sullivan at 0700 this morning. Great ride day.


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    Quote Originally Posted by pippinr View Post
    I got a fat butt.
    Looks like those old skool slanted seat posts from back in my BMX days.

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    Rocky (for west Michigan)

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    Telluride

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    Jerry Hazard – website

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    Stumbled apon this thread 3 days ago and have spent every possible moment viewing all to 'catch-up'. This is awesome, keep it coming!!
    My meager offering is from atop Mt. Stirling looking back to Mt. Buller. Thats in Victoria, Australia. Riding buddies include my son (the seated, sullen one) and Giantaaron.

    One picture, one line.  No whining. Something about YOUR last ride. [o]-09042011376.jpg

    One picture, one line.  No whining. Something about YOUR last ride. [o]-09042011380.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by robncircus View Post
    Top of Sullivan at 0700 this morning. Great ride day.

    Its been fun riding the SM's the past week or so. Overcast down below, but riding above it all. Great pix!
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    The next generation cometh. Not even a teenager yet.


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    Last edited by giantbikeboy; 01-10-2012 at 08:00 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wild Wassa View Post
    I'm looking forward to Spring. I'm going for a ride on the Great Dividing Range in Spring. It has rained a lot this year. The water has been good. Hurry along Spring.




    My last ride was below the Tinderry Range. I didn't get far because it rained, again.

    Warren.

    Wonder if you can get me a nice size file of this to play a bit with it ? Looking for RAW if possible

    Thanks,

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    Quote Originally Posted by NicoleB28 View Post
    topless. that's what all mtb girls do. we go ride, get topless, have pillow fights in the woods, scissor, then ride home!

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    epic

    Awesome views in the CO Springs area, nice climb up Buckhorn to local favorite Captain Jack's trail (surfing pike's peak gravel is the best).

    One picture, one line.  No whining. Something about YOUR last ride. [o]-0428111215.jpg

    edit: love this thread, keep the trail stoke coming

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    Carcross, Yukon
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails One picture, one line.  No whining. Something about YOUR last ride. [o]-carcross-yukon.jpg  


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    Not epic. Just a cool spot I hadn't ridden for some time.


    "it IS possible that you are faster or slower than anybody else who is having at least as much if not more or less fun"

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    Found this pretty reservoir down a gravel road only 3 miles from my house. I need to explore more.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails One picture, one line.  No whining. Something about YOUR last ride. [o]-resivoir.jpg  


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    I can haz two pictures?



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