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    Quote Originally Posted by Olasher View Post
    Obviously the image I posted is a rendering, but the bike is real.
    I looked around, and you are right, it does exist.
    15mm is a second-best solution to a problem that was already solved.

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    This thread suuuuucks

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    Guys, please excuse the comments of Pete Fagerlin, aka Krapao Gai - he likes to inject his textual diarrhea on MTBR forums....
    "The mind will quit....well before the body does"

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    I just wanted to say the following.

    I love to see Pete Fagerlin Rattle peoples cages.


    -Posted from my old generic home built PC using a CRT on a cable modem, Windows xp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zachariah View Post
    Guys, please excuse the comments of Pete Fagerlin, aka Krapao Gai - he likes to inject his textual diarrhea on MTBR forums....
    Zach, i dont think this is neccesary, the guy was a muppet, now his banned again, what ever you said he would have deserved it
    Dont ever let the truth get in the way of a funny story....

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    Quote Originally Posted by shekky View Post
    There are no contact seals (oil or dust) in the Inversion fork. One all-enveloping rubber boot seals the lower legs, brake bosses and moving brake bridge. No contact seals means less stiction and better low-end suspension performance. The forks come with a million elastomer elements in different durometers for fine-tuning purposes. To remove its elastomer shish-kebab, unscrew the caps on the top of the fork crown and the entire assembly pops out.

    Did the Inversion forks live up to their lofty expectations? Actually, yes. Every rider in the evaluation was skeptical of the big black fork. Each returned with a similar comment: “These forks work pretty good.” That’s the long and short of Halson Inversion forks: they are good all-around performers, well-suited for full-suspension bikes–and, hey, they come stock with 2.375 inches of travel."
    Wow, far out. Thanks for posting. I owe you some rep, but can't get back to you for a while.

    Who signs rep 90210? I got negged, and it wasn't even my worst stuff.

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    I have a pretty wealthy friend with a newer 911 that rides.
    He has a roof rack on it and drives that car everywhere with his bike, regardless of the time of year or the weather. What's even more impressive is that he has no problem throwing his disgusting dirty bike back on on the roof covered in mud when we are done, and then gets his muddy a$$ in his car after a ride without changing his clothes first.
    One time he passed me on the highway on our way to a ride. I have never, and doubt I will ever see a mountain bike travel that fast again

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    Trollhunter FTW!

    Quote Originally Posted by shekky View Post
    <iframe width="560" height="315" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/3LE0et_cEhA" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>
    Funniest Movie Ever! Not meant to be a comedy, but I laughed my butt off watching it on Netflix. Woke my wife up I was laughing so hard!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1 cog frog View Post
    Funniest Movie Ever! Not meant to be a comedy, but I laughed my butt off watching it on Netflix. Woke my wife up I was laughing so hard!

    frog
    See this is typically where things goes wrong.

    As soon as the significant other wakes up, it's either to bit$h or copulate, none of that leaves you as well as you were


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Magura View Post
    See this is typically where things goes wrong.

    As soon as the significant other wakes up, it's either to bit$h or copulate, none of that leaves you as well as you were


    Magura

    I don't know about you, but copulation leaves me better then I was. It's the spending my money that leaves me less well off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain Cycle Shawn View Post
    I don't know about you, but copulation leaves me better then I was. It's the spending my money that leaves me less well off.
    Sure, but not when it's interrupting something fun


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    Quote Originally Posted by hardtailkid View Post
    Wow, this has to be a new low. Guys on an internet forum bashing a successful individual who just happens to mountain bike (which is why you all are here, let's remember). You must be really mad at something.
    They're not bashing - they're celebrating a passion that binds us all together.
    Whatever your hand finds to do, do it with all your might.... (Ecclesiastes 9:10)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Magura View Post
    Sure, but not when it's interrupting something fun


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    In that situation, I like to multitask!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain Cycle Shawn View Post
    In that situation, I like to multitask!
    Hmm, that is usually frowned upon here


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dion View Post
    I haven't read my rep since MTBR implemented the rep system, and never intend to.
    How do you read your rep? On second thought, never mind.
    Whatever your hand finds to do, do it with all your might.... (Ecclesiastes 9:10)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Magura View Post
    Hmm, that is usually frowned upon here


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    I encourage it here. Just not enought time to do everything. You should see the multitasking that goes on when I have both girlfriends over at the house!
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    ^^^ Well

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    Quote Originally Posted by shekky View Post
    for some reason, i found the fact that this very expensive vehicle had a rack strapped on kind of amusing:
    I just checked the US websites for Saris, Thule, and Yakima and none of them show a fit for a Bentley. Yakima was the only one that listed Bentley in the car manufacturers list, but they show they have no roof rack fit for it. I guess strapping on a rack to get the bike to the trail head is a better option than not riding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sgltrak View Post
    I just checked the US websites for Saris, Thule, and Yakima and none of them show a fit for a Bentley. Yakima was the only one that listed Bentley in the car manufacturers list, but they show they have no roof rack fit for it. I guess strapping on a rack to get the bike to the trail head is a better option than not riding.
    Try SeaSucker, they make one! Lol
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    To the OP'er, I did not bother reading all the pages of this thread, did it ever occur to you that the owner of the Bentley thinks of it as "just a car"? He would likely not get the point of this stupid thread. Just like some poor person living in the jungle would be wowed by your car.
    Nobody cares...........

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    Quote Originally Posted by chas_martel View Post
    To the OP'er, I did not bother reading all the pages of this thread, did it ever occur to you that the owner of the Bentley thinks of it as "just a car"? He would likely not get the point of this stupid thread. Just like some poor person living in the jungle would be wowed by your car.
    chas, i don't own a car. is there something wrong with me being amused at something?

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    Some 20+ years ago, I used to teach windsurfing on a small lake in West Palm.
    A personal assistant in a station wagon would stop by with the latest hi-tech boards and then proceed to rig some sails. A short time later a couple in their late 40's would arrive in their Bentley or Rolls and immediately get on the water and start sailing.....I'll always remember that as being pretty cool and they were the nicest folks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shekky View Post
    chas, i don't own a car. is there something wrong with me being amused at something?
    No, nothing at all. It must be the same way I am amused at you for thinking it a big deal someone has a bike rack on their car.
    Nobody cares...........

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    Quote Originally Posted by chas_martel View Post
    No, nothing at all. It must be the same way I am amused at you for thinking it a big deal someone has a bike rack on their car.
    who said i thought it was a big deal? you're just another internet tough guy, trying to start a fight. i'm not going to waste my time arguing with idiots on the internets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shekky View Post
    who said i thought it was a big deal? you're just another internet tough guy, trying to start a fight. i'm not going to waste my time arguing with idiots on the internets.
    To me, you seemed to make a big deal out of a biker putting a bike rack on his car. I was just pointing out that it was no big deal at all for a biker to put a rack on his friggin' car!

    Starting a fight? I commented on you and did not ask for you to respond to me at all. You did that all on your own.

    You called me an idiot. Where did I call you any name at all? In real life you'd be labeled as the one itching to start a fight, not I.
    Nobody cares...........

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