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    All My Girlfriends

    FOOLING AROUND WITH MY LAPTOP I-PHOTO AND TRYING TO SEND PICS. HOPE THIS WORKS OR THIS MESSAGE COULD BE LAME
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    Nice rigs, 3 XC Turners? You need to trade one in for 5 Spot or RFX

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    The Two Burners Are Gone Now But A Spot Is On The Way. I Will Be Down To The Flux And A Spot . That Should Cover It Here In Western Co. And Moab Trips. I Am Looking Forward To Riding The 5 Spot I Hear All Good Things About Them. Any Feed Back On The Diff. Between The Flux And Spot. Iam Not A Hucker But Ride 5 Or 6 Days A Week On Steep/ Co. Singletrack. The Flux Will Be My Race Rig, All The Hardtails In My Life Are Now Gone.

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    The Spot is an ideal bike for CO riding, probably you will just notice a more stable bike while descending, the bike climbs very nice too, especially on techy climbs. To me, the added travel/slacker HA up front makes the biggest diff. I don't own a Spot but have ridden a buddys a lot, I ride a Burner and an RFX.

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