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    enduru action pic

    Here are some pic
    My Enduro
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    More pic

    More Specialized SJ and Enduro from Israel
    Me and my brother Shay.
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    More pic

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    I'll play! Some of mine in action...
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    nice pic

    some nice pic
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    Wow, really nice pictures! I have a question, im getting an 06 enduro expert and i weigh 140 pounds, will it be able to handle downhill abuse, and does it have enough travel so ur feet does not bounce off the pedals on chatter bumps and so on?
    Cheers.

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    for a 140lbs rider i would think the Enduro would be super beefy. should be able to take anything.

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    More pic from israel

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    Some nice pic

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    Good job! Nice

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    wish I could do that with mine, (when it comes)

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    awesome shots! I'll have to add to em as soon as I get mine in and built up! man I'm so stoaked!

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    Here are mine...enjoy



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    cool stunts mang.

    not many stunts around here.

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    i would get some action shots of me on my SXt but the rain factor and it getting dark early is something that will have to wait.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gleeke
    Here are mine...enjoy


    Nice shots...but the 1st one is soo ghetto photo shopped. You can see the bike in the back ground...way out out of scale.

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    it's not out of scale, there is a log right there which starts from the begging of the landing and down, it looks a part of it, but it's not, and the log is closer too you and the bike is right behind a tree and the log, it just looks like the bike is back there with the log looking like the landing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MonkeyBidnezz
    Nice shots...but the 1st one is soo ghetto photo shopped. You can see the bike in the back ground...way out out of scale.
    Anytime YOU want to come and drop that drop in CT with I'll be glad to show...I don't have the time to waste Photchoppin any pics!!! Come on over to BUSTEDSPOKE.COM and YOU can ask anyone there if I'm the kind of guy who wouldn't hit something like that. So unless you know me Back The F OFF...I ride, I ride hard and I ride well!!!!

    Thx Freerider167
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    Looks real

    Looks real to me. Don't you wear body armour?

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    i ride with gleeke. and yea, he is definately the guy who would hit those. he rides very hard and rides well. he push tests his enduro everytime, i can't believe some of the crap he hits with his enduro. as for the photo, definately not photoshopped

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    i was there when he hit it

    heres me doing it the same day

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    photoshop? you sure can spot em MonkeyBidnezz

    I know Gleeke and have rode with Gleeke and that is most definately not photosopped.
    He can rip on a bike and frankly doubt thats the biggest thing his bike has seen..likely just the only occasion when someone had a camera around.
    rise above

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    BIG thanks to my riding bros Beau, Billy and Matt for backing me ....i don't brag about my riding...but I don't like to be called a fake.

    Monkeybidnez, come on up to the great Norhteast and come for a ride. Peace!!

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    Is it possible to put a boxxer ride on the 2006 enduro sx trail without voiding the warranty?

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    i took the suposedly "photo shoped" pic and the second one... and i took dewthedews to

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    no, that is no way photo shopped, gleek is a ripper to the max

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gleeke
    BIG thanks to my riding bros Beau, Billy and Matt for backing me ....i don't brag about my riding...but I don't like to be called a fake.

    Monkeybidnez, come on up to the great Norhteast and come for a ride. Peace!!
    I will also back you up on this one. I ahve seen you ride (when we were at Attitash) and I know that is easily within your ability not to mention the fact that you wouldn't waste your time photoshopping stuff. Only the guy who called this BS wasted his time by staring at the picture too much

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    here are a few from LeeLikesBikes.com.



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    gleeke is a serious hucker! that drop is nothing for him, he has more skill than you would know what to do with!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gleeke
    Anytime YOU want to come and drop that drop in CT with I'll be glad to show...I don't have the time to waste Photchoppin any pics!!! Come on over to BUSTEDSPOKE.COM and YOU can ask anyone there if I'm the kind of guy who wouldn't hit something like that. So unless you know me Back The F OFF...I ride, I ride hard and I ride well!!!!

    Thx Freerider167
    yeah i saw that on busted spoke too, you made all the older people there make their jaw drop after they saw the pics of you hitting that big drop.

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    Gleeke i registered here just to back you up. Gleeke is an awesome rider almost as good as i am (LOL) He has no reason to photoshop anything or prove that that is a real pic. Those of us who know him know he is more then capable of pulling that drop off . Gleeke dont sweat it youre the man

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    how tall if that guy and what size frame does he have?

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    Siiiiiiiiiiiick pictures! Is the 05 SX trail beefier than the Enduro Expert? Is the geometry different? Specialized Site doesn't have the info up anymore. I ride an Enduro Expert and it kicks ass but I see these SX trails w/ coil shocks and stuff on them and I'd like to upgrade my shock to a dhx air or something but I don't know if it's possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coma13
    Siiiiiiiiiiiick pictures! Is the 05 SX trail beefier than the Enduro Expert? Is the geometry different? Specialized Site doesn't have the info up anymore. I ride an Enduro Expert and it kicks ass but I see these SX trails w/ coil shocks and stuff on them and I'd like to upgrade my shock to a dhx air or something but I don't know if it's possible.
    The SX Trail is a different frame from the Expert. It has a slacker head angle, and the complete bike comes with burlier components. Search this board for details on the DHX air on the Enduros. Lengthy information in those...
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    Finally got an action picture of mine
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    pic of mine in Gooseberry Mesa, UT last friday.


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    Two: possibly low res...
    Of my very own stepdown. Sorry, but I got nothing with the whole thing in the picture.
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    Here's mine

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    Man, you guys just made me so happy. I'm getting an 06 Enduro Elite or Expert in a couple weeks, after my Stumpy HT got trashed last night in a car accident:

    http://forums.mtbr.com/showthread.php?t=141302

    Love the Stumpy but eventually once I got better, always wanted to go bigger and that bike's just not made for it. I was worried the Enduro wouldn't be up to it for more than 3 feet, glad to see that's not the case!

    Can't wait, so stoked for the new ride now!
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    Here´s some, first one from Megavalanche, France and others from Finland.






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    Socal 130 enduro representing.

    Man, I wish I had cornering skills like that. (Any tips on cornerning better? : ) ) Anyways, heres are some pics.
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    I've taken my enduro 130 off drops up to around 5.5 feet. Any body know how big of stuff you can take the 2000-2004 off? Of course, I'm only weigh about 125 lbs/ 140 lbs w/gear, so I can get away w/alot on this bike. : )

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    More cornering for UrbanMTB87:


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    haha. Very nice. I notice that you are heavily weighting your outside foot and staying low and centered on the bike. I'll work more on that.

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    Hey Yaron, nice pics. Where in Israel is that? I might bring my Enduro with me next time I visit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Razr
    Hey Yaron, nice pics. Where in Israel is that? I might bring my Enduro with me next time I visit.
    It's from the desert (Negev) and the Sharon area
    Yaron don't have the enduro anymore, he has a new 5.5...

    And I have a new enduro :-)
    same corner, diffrent photographers:

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