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    Fun hip after Original Sin

    Photo courtesy of Whafe. Last week in the bike park.....the fun hip between O-Sin and Goats Gulley on the Gran Mal.


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    Love the remote flash lelebelelell...the greenery is really cool with it.

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    Nice one EB!
    I need more time to ride!!!

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    EBX, I'd like to ride with you sometime, man. I think I could learn a lot from your style, techniques, and confidence. If you are ever planning a trip to Colorado, let me know because I'd be happy to help show you Colorado's sweet spots if it means rolling with ya.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nickle
    EBX, I'd like to ride with you sometime, man. I think I could learn a lot from your style, techniques, and confidence. If you are ever planning a trip to Colorado, let me know because I'd be happy to help show you Colorado's sweet spots if it means rolling with ya.
    I can vouch for EBx's schooling skillz. He's quite the professor!

    But be careful when he says, "Just roll it..."




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    All you bastards and your Whistler pics. I hate you all.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Nickle
    EBX, I'd like to ride with you sometime, man. I think I could learn a lot from your style, techniques, and confidence. If you are ever planning a trip to Colorado, let me know because I'd be happy to help show you Colorado's sweet spots if it means rolling with ya.
    Thanks man. We've got a great extended group locally that all shred and I've picked up a ton from those guys over the past few years. Always more to figure out though.

    Hey, I'm gonna look to do a Moab/Fruita/GJ trip next spring....perhaps we can coax you down?? I skipped the last couple of years in favor of doing other stuff, but I'll ready for some warm spring riding next year. I've got in-laws in Longmont, but we will be down there this winter.....so that means snowsports!

    On the converse, you could always do a whistler trip. We hooked up with Joel and Dave from Grand Junction last week and those guys were awesome to hang with. Joel's super solid on the steeps and he wasn't afraid to break out the flask on the gondola! I must've ridden with 10 people from mtbr last week and it worked out to be a total blast.

    Cheers,
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    Seymour last weekend

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    Quote Originally Posted by ebxtreme
    Hey, I'm gonna look to do a Moab/Fruita/GJ trip next spring....perhaps we can coax you down??
    Oh, for sure. I'd be down to make that drive out for a little Moab riding/mini-gathering. When you get the dates lined up, let me know. I'll be sure to keep it open.

    Scrublover, of everyone I've ridden with that leaves the ground, you still have the best in-air form. You make every drop look like it's built for beginners. Very inspiring, dude.
    A trail thatís too difficult wouldnít exist because itíd never be used. But, trails can exist thatíre too difficult for you.

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    Scrub, you just moved to the east coast, right? Whereabouts are ya?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hardtails Are Better
    Scrub, you just moved to the east coast, right? Whereabouts are ya?
    Stamford, CT. for now. Eventually, we plan to settle a bit more north, up towards Danbury.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scrublover
    Stamford, CT. for now. Eventually, we plan to settle a bit more north, up towards Danbury.
    Poo. I was hoping those trails were a little closer- they look great. I'm in central NY.

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    not really big air, but definatly fast, and in the Steeper than it looks category, from the idaho state DH championships at tamarack last weekend.



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    Quote Originally Posted by thom9719
    not really big air, but definatly fast, and in the Steeper than it looks category, from the idaho state DH championships at tamarack last weekend.
    Stage Fright! Did the way they setup the course flow pretty well? Wasn't able to get up to watch this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bombin4X
    Stage Fright! Did the way they setup the course flow pretty well? Wasn't able to get up to watch this.

    yeah, it was a fun course, the only thing I would have changed with the course would be MAYBE a little less super G and just have a section bombing down the ski run. 7-8 minutes is a little long for a race, when the course involves a lot of pedaling.

    the race was good, however, they didn't tape anything off, so I think a lot of corners were cut, that is definatly somethign they need to do next year.

    Kyle,

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    That's cool Kyle. Took my new DB up to Tamarack twice this summer so far and LOVE IT. Had so much fun, the bike felt great, confidence inspiring. Thanks.
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    Siren mid-air

    Rode the prototype Siren near Seatac Washington this past weekend and my husband got the picture of me taking the drop. The bike handled great, took the hits no problem, and made me want to keep trying more!
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    Such a big huck that my head is missing

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    Some new shots from a trip to the interior of BC.

    One on my wife's dirtbag....pretty blurry. I discovered her bike's not setup for my weight when I bottomed it HARD off a couple of drops. Let's just leave that between us...



    Next two are on the Gran Mal in Vernon on a trail called Spanky's. The lift was broken at Silverstar so this served as the next best thing.



    This pic doesn't do this drop justice as you have to go out 6-8 feet from of the takeoff to hit the tranny. I hit it 3x, but the 2nd time, I had way too much speed and came very close to flat.



    Last a quick vid of a fun trail called Steam shovel at Sun Peaks this section has a few other fun ladders, but it has a crappy wall ride that I didn't even try. Overall, I give Steam Shovel two thumbs up for the fun factor!

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    Here is me and my BR on A-line this week.
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    Hit Mammoth for two days over the Labor Day weekend. Not big at all, but this is the only pic I got. Riding was too much fun. The Preston performed admirably.
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    More Siren

    This past weekend at Whistler was super fun, despite being rained out on Sunday. Still have utter respect for the bike for drops and jumping as well as cornering and acceleration. I wasn't feeling as confident on the wet rocks this weekend though. I still hit all the usual stuff plus the Joyride Drop Park #4 for the first time ever and it was smooooth! Had a blast on Crank It Up and Dirt Merchant most of the weekend with one of my highlights being leading a train of riders through Dirt Merchant and staying ahead of the pack on a mere 6" travel bike with a single crown! (There were even a couple Demo 9's in the group)

    I'm still very impressed by the shock, no complaints there. The fork and my arms took a beating though! The Fox 36 was leaking oil but was still taking big hits well but the faster chattery stuff took their toll after 2 days and I had some pretty tired and sore hands/arms. I heard a lot of people talking about the Marz. 55 this weekend so that may be something I'll start looking into but otherwise I'm planning on the 66 RC2X for mine.

    I did stop by Fanatyk Co. to show them the bike and they seemed pretty excited to see it. They put it on their scale and it came up at just over 36lbs (with dirt). I did get a lot of looks and questions about the bike and had a couple other gals take it for a spin for their feedback. One of the gals only rode it for a short section and decided it was too small for her and she is only 5'8" (I was riding the medium again). Seems like Transition may have over done the downsizing of the bikes for women. She also wasn't used to the firmer, faster responding suspension and wanted her squishy Big Hit back (hard to blame her, I still love mine!). The other gal that rode it was about my height and she enjoyed it's responsiveness and lightness and seemed to be considering one for her future.

    Here's some more shots of the Siren in action, I tried to get some doing things other than drops this time!
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    I'm always amazed by how small things at Whistler seem when you're riding them. Then you see a pic and it's way bigger than you realized (like that creek double). Cool pics!

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    Hot damn.....nice job Yazzle!

    Sweet job on the 4th drop. Great looking technique. Looks like you're getting plenty of air on that last hit on Hornet too.....love that one!

    Eric

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    Great Job Yazzle! Way to rip, I am impressed Btw, nice pics
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    Good stuff Yazzle, looks like you're tearing it up on that rig.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yazzle Dazzle
    Here's some more shots of the Siren in action, I tried to get some doing things other than drops this time!
    Excellent examples of gnar shreddage!

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    pinknugget on his BR/Totem combo. No, he had no trouble getting full seatpost extension on the pedaly bits getting to this part.

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    My Covert and its wussy rider did not do this or the other gaps that he hit, sadly. Gotta work myself up to some of that...

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    me(pansy) at whistler..fun time
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    Heres a few shots of my BR in action, custom forest green with raw decals.








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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike.rider
    Heres a few shots of my BR in action, custom forest green with raw decals.







    Very nice. That's the color that I'd really like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hardtails Are Better
    Very nice. That's the color that I'd really like.
    thanks the paint came out sweet for a rattle can job. this shot shows it a little better.



    one more I found of the BR



    heres the hardtail in action


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    Some pics from my mate of me on the mighty TOP, I was helping him with jumping so afterwards we finished up with a photo sess, we had the big gear out a whipped up a storm, good eye and great flash and camera make a big diff..



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    Here's my new 2007 DB
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    1 more for the photo album
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirtman
    1 more for the photo album

    Yeah, too bad you cant show up to ride with a brotha... Biotch!
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    I will be there this weekend - nothing will stop me
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    2008 Bottlerocket

    Here is a pick of me on a new dirt jump we built!
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    More of T-money

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    Warning: Viewing these pics while at work may lead to losing your job due to the fact that you'll just get up and leave to go out and ride (fly). Beautiful and inspiring. I'm going to go out now and tear it up a bit! Too bad it's not going to be on a Transition (yet).

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    Quote Originally Posted by combatkimura
    Warning: Viewing these pics while at work may lead to losing your job due to the fact that you'll just get up and leave to go out and ride (fly). Beautiful and inspiring. I'm going to go out now and tear it up a bit! Too bad it's not going to be on a Transition (yet).
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    Self timer from today; a bit too slow on the shutter speed though.

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    nice, scrubb. I gotta get some pics of the Preston in action. Good to see ya having a good time out there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scrublover
    Self timer from today; a bit too slow on the shutter speed though.
    "Ladies and Gentleman,
    The master of the self timer air shot......Scrublover!"

    Nice shot, as usual Scrub! Looking forward to some of the CT Passion posts as well.

    Cheers,
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    Quote Originally Posted by ebxtreme
    "Ladies and Gentleman,
    The master of the self timer air shot......Scrublover!"

    Nice shot, as usual Scrub! Looking forward to some of the CT Passion posts as well.

    Cheers,
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    thanks. heading to one of my favourite spots (at least that i've ridden so far) today before work. miller's pond - it's fairly shortish, but loaded with cross-stuntry fun features. there is apparantly some new section of trail there since i was there last. excellent!
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    Me and a bud sessioning the Dirtbag in Ocala, FL











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    nothin to gnarly, just a chill local spot...lotsa fun


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    Me on the final 30ft high speed jump over a road on the Swedish DH championships this year.
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