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    I get lots of people asking me why not just poop before a ride and they are serious . I then have to calm myself down and respond (politely) that pooping will still make your bike heavy .

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    Well, he does ride an Intense, so yeah, taking a crap isn't going to help him much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Le Duke View Post
    Well, he does ride an Intense, so yeah, taking a crap isn't going to help him much.

    My bikes are light! For what they are. Haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by karimian5 View Post
    I get lots of people asking me why not just poop before a ride and they are serious . I then have to calm myself down and respond (politely) that pooping will still make your bike heavy .
    Only if you poop on your bike, otherwise it will still weigh the same.
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    Quote Originally Posted by karimian5 View Post
    I get lots of people asking me why not just poop before a ride and they are serious . I then have to calm myself down and respond (politely) that pooping will still make your bike heavy .
    Aye but YOU will be lighter and more agile which still makes jumping and maneuvering easier. Not quite as good as a lighter bike but it sure feels good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J.B. Weld View Post
    Only if you poop on your bike, otherwise it will still weigh the same.
    Hope you're running tires with good "mud" clearing properties in the event of a DRD. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by JCWages View Post
    Aye but YOU will be lighter and more agile which still makes jumping and maneuvering easier. Not quite as good as a lighter bike but it sure feels good.
    Unless you have had a curry prior to the poop in which case you will be uncomfortable from the butt burn !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by karimian5 View Post
    Unless you have had a curry prior to the poop in which case you will be uncomfortable from the butt burn !!!
    EEK!

    In that case. Add to your chamois! Haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by JCWages View Post
    EEK!

    In that case. Add to your chamois! Haha
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