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    Foto Phriday

    So, I finally get to start it with a teaser pic no less
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    Rocks and Water

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    Quote Originally Posted by LyNx
    So, I finally get to start it with a teaser pic no less
    I really like this photo. Is that a Kona?
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    Continuing with the water theme...

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    The only regrets in life, are the risks you didn't take.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bicycleexpress
    I really like this photo. Is that a Kona?
    Looks like a Banshee to me.

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    Some pics taken with my mobile phone

    Continuing with the water theme..
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    Have a great weekend everyone.
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    My 2011 XTC 29er

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    Quote Originally Posted by ADDam
    My 2011 XTC 29er

    Nice looking bike!
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    Just got her done Sunday, can't wait to get out of the office and ride today...

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    Wink Following LyNx's teaser theme

    with something kinda similar- My Next SS Project

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    New rig

    Sorry no action shots ... just post build newness
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    Quote Originally Posted by mo0se
    Nice looking bike!
    x2!

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    Quote Originally Posted by elgordo
    Sorry no action shots ... just post build newness
    You just had to follow my next SS build project with my dream SS didn't you!
    Congrat's let us know how you like it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nitrousjunky
    You just had to follow my next SS build project with my dream SS didn't you!
    Congrat's let us know how you like it.
    Sorry I love it! The Milkmoney has exceeded my expectations. It pedals well, has great small bump compliance and enough squish to bomb around and do small launches!!! Oh and no chain slapping around!!! Fun Fun.

    I also have a Shimano Nexus 3spd laced to a flow for a rear wheel should I want gear options however at this point I'm just really enjoying it as a SS.

    I swapped out the Thomson setback for a Thomson straight post and also have a Eriksen straight post that might find a home on the MM. Also considering a Fox RLC Talas for 95-120 mm travel adjustability .... we'll see. Cant complain about the Reba team maxle

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    Damn! That looks dope too.

    Quote Originally Posted by VTECnical
    Just got her done Sunday, can't wait to get out of the office and ride today...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mo0se
    Continuing with the water theme..


    Have a great weekend everyone.
    Uh, I just had inappropriate thoughts!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TX29er
    Uh, I just had inappropriate thoughts!
    I had the same thought.. I think... when I took it.
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    Just a couple from yesterday's ride...
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    XTR and Burley trailer...my new paradox.


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    I see hills.

    I want to climb them.

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    Sultan in it's natural habitat.

    Nothing to see here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LyNx
    So, I finally get to start it with a teaser pic no less
    Banshee Paradox

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    Hum, so you had to go let the cat out the bag already Oh well, guess I need to post the "in focus" shots now Full report to come sometime in the near future after a bit of time on it, but can already say I'm really digging it
    Quote Originally Posted by DFYFZX
    Banshee Paradox
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    I almost bought one so you could say I'm "familiar" with them

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    More Post Build Newness, I know I forgot to put the bar plugs in!
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    Taken the day I built it. Have since upgraded to white Elixirs and Candy pedals.

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    dont mean to be rude, but do a lot of these belong in the bike galleries....?

    For a rock steady Gas Tank bag > the DeWidget

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    cb

    calm before the storm...
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    Quote Originally Posted by dRjOn
    dont mean to be rude, but do a lot of these belong in the bike galleries....?

    Yes ... I'm sorry (at self )

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    First time out in a while and it is good to be back on dirt.
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    The boy at a So. Maine MTB race on Wednesday
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    Quote Originally Posted by bicycleexpress
    I really like this photo. Is that a Kona?
    No, Banshee Paradox
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    Quote Originally Posted by ADDam
    My 2011 XTC 29er

    Giant is pushing out some good stuff. Looking at these up close, there is a lot going on with the tube work.

    I'd love one of these, an new Anthem AND a TCR Advanced in the garage....
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    The Hardest Trail I have ever been on--(And on a Hardtail!![/).
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    Sweet looking trail 247, must be an attention keeper on a HT
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    heading to work this morning...
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    Sweet looking trail 247, must be an attention keeper on a HT
    Oh I really played 'Concentration' today..--It's an easy flip over the bars-then over the cliff!!
    ------I had my stomach hit my seat soo hard over a drop, it felt like Mike Tyson hit me...
    -----------But I Really can't believe my 'Gary Fisher' Paragon did not Crack!!!----Since every other thread I have read about getting a 29er talks about that very thing---BUT Maybe I should double-check the frame just in case...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ADDam
    My 2011 XTC 29er

    That's one SHARP looking bike If I were in the market I'd be checking it out...

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    Not my Bike





    Not My Dog



    but Photos were taken today before my ride in Pisgah!




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    ^^^^

    Whoah...that's one purdy bike!!
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    Great ride today on Mt Diablo...this trough is full of coys...
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    Guess it happened today, so I should add it to todays edition Went for the first to be "proper" ride on the Paradox and did this. First time I've hit that hard without expecting it, but should have been a bit more careful riding through the overgrown area. What happened...... was riding through overgrowth about handlebar height and smack into a huge piece of rock hidden in the overgrowth, then find a downed tree right under my wheel. It's about 1cm long and down to the bone as far as I can tell.
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    I love rolling up to the trails with my bike riding shotgun

    Except when it rains on the way home and I can't put the roof up because of my sidekick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LyNx
    Guess it happened today, so I should add it to todays edition Went for the first to be "proper" ride on the Paradox and did this. First time I've hit that hard without expecting it, but should have been a bit more careful riding through the overgrown area. What happened...... was riding through overgrowth about handlebar height and smack into a huge piece of rock hidden in the overgrowth, then find a downed tree right under my wheel. It's about 1cm long and down to the bone as far as I can tell.
    I'm no doctor, but you better get yourself some Bactine brother! OUCH. And YUCK. Nice Paradox. Ditch the Niner finally?

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    Quote Originally Posted by VTECnical
    Just got her done Sunday, can't wait to get out of the office and ride today...
    Skinny steel and fat 29er wheels look awesome !
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    Well my bro asked if I wanted to go to a doc when I passed back to collect my dog, but I opted not to. Cleaned it on the trail with some alcohol and put on some TCP cream and rode another 2 miles or so and then hit the road back. Cleandd it out after I bathed and found some small coral fragments in it, then poured some BNT (anti biotic) powder on it and have been keeping it packed with that. Biggest thing is walking or moving and not tearing the already healing tissue. Yeah, pretty much ditched it.
    Quote Originally Posted by gfs69
    I'm no doctor, but you better get yourself some Bactine brother! OUCH. And YUCK. Nice Paradox. Ditch the Niner finally?
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    Quote Originally Posted by LyNx
    Well my bro asked if I wanted to go to a doc when I passed back to collect my dog, but I opted not to. Cleaned it on the trail with some alcohol and put on some TCP cream and rode another 2 miles or so and then hit the road back. Cleandd it out after I bathed and found some small coral fragments in it, then poured some BNT (anti biotic) powder on it and have been keeping it packed with that. Biggest thing is walking or moving and not tearing the already healing tissue. Yeah, pretty much ditched it.
    Man you'll be right as long as the hair is there .....once its gone your nutts drop off , therefore any good chunk is refused as you dont have the balls to do it

    Hey the ByStickle stuff is Awesome .... is there someone making them picture frame head badges as i really one one , not with the ByStickle name on it ...just plain
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    Quote Originally Posted by 247
    The Hardest Trail I have ever been on--(And on a Hardtail!![/).

    wissahickon!!!!!

    Come on man guys ride single speeds and rigid bikes their.

    I love the Wiss !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ozzybmx

    Hey the ByStickle stuff is Awesome .... is there someone making them picture frame head badges as i really one one , not with the ByStickle name on it ...just plain

    I'm pretty sure you have to buy one of his bikes to get the picture frame head badge; and yeah it has his name on it.


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    Very, very nice really digging the paint scheme, love the colours and of course shot by someone who knows his way around a camera.
    Quote Originally Posted by brado1
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    Cheers Brado , i was just poking if it was a Jen Greene kinda miracle or something along them lines . Its an Awsome touch ... im thinking to put a pic of my 2 boys on the headtube ... they are accident prone and a pair of lil shitz , yep maybe not a good idea but they are sensational
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    Quote Originally Posted by brado1
    Steve- so glad you went with that idea, the bike is HOT! Props to Brado for some pics that do the bike justice too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by njbiker66
    wissahickon!!!!!

    Come on man guys ride single speeds and rigid bikes their.

    I love the Wiss !!
    Yeah, I ride everything on my hardtail! I have gone 3 days of riding their without seeing one hardtail!--most folks here ride Fully's... I choose to Man-Up!!

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    got a bettet wound

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    OK Pooman, how'd you manage that one? Looks pretty gross and painful.
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