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    New Bike

    Here is one picture of my new Moto X Ybb.
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    nice pic! love the moots

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    Sexy shot. So is your house built of aluminum or ice?
    "I'll disintegrate over time if I expect my body to try to keep up with my mind" -BM

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    It could be stainless steal, looks like the inside of a walk in meat fridge...

    seriously tho, moots are where it's all about...er at.. you know

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    The bike preforms amazing. It climbs just as well as it tracks at speed. When I first got on the bike the wheels seemed massive but the bike is as nimble and stable at slow speed as my 20in trials. I taken it to the Syllamo and the Womble so far.

    The photograph was taken in a photography set at my studio.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RCWhite
    The bike preforms amazing. It climbs just as well as it tracks at speed. When I first got on the bike the wheels seemed massive but the bike is as nimble and stable at slow speed as my 20in trials. I taken it to the Syllamo and the Womble so far.

    The photograph was taken in a photography set at my studio.
    What are the geometry specs on that thing ?

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    fork?

    Hi,
    care to share the fork specs that you are using? is it 80mm?

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    So, you must be from Arkansas then....

    Quote Originally Posted by RCWhite
    The bike preforms amazing. It climbs just as well as it tracks at speed. When I first got on the bike the wheels seemed massive but the bike is as nimble and stable at slow speed as my 20in trials. I taken it to the Syllamo and the Womble so far.

    The photograph was taken in a photography set at my studio.
    Does that mean we will see you at the Ouachita Challenge? I'll be there on my MootoX YBB. Riding the tour on Saturday with a group of 7 from Kansas City--we will have two others 29ers in the group---new Fisher hardtail (Paragon???) and a Seven Verve.

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    Very Nice

    I still love to look at and ride my Mooto X. It's a fantastic ride and ridable art in my opinion. Have fun with it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chic
    Does that mean we will see you at the Ouachita Challenge? I'll be there on my MootoX YBB. Riding the tour on Saturday with a group of 7 from Kansas City--we will have two others 29ers in the group---new Fisher hardtail (Paragon???) and a Seven Verve.
    I'll be there, bringing up the back on my RX. Me thinks we need a "Ouachita Challenge 29er Photo Roll Call" thread.

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    Cool pic of a cool bike. If that's your photo studio, what do you think you are doing holding out on us with the rest of the great pics?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by OneGearGuy
    Cool pic of a cool bike. If that's your photo studio, what do you think you are doing holding out on us with the rest of the great pics?!

    OGG
    Well, I just got back from Sedona. We filmed and took pictures there for a week. Here is a shot of my bud T Boyd riding no handed on Chicken Point. I am finishing up the video, editing it might be another week or two then I should have some links posted.

    The bike is an 18in with a 80mm Reba. The poploc dosent clear but I am not going to do anything about the headset... The head angle doesn't need to change.

    See you at the trails..
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    Quote Originally Posted by RCWhite
    Here is one picture of my new Moto X Ybb.
    What wheels are those - custom? Got a closer pic?

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    Sweeeet, wwheeew... <think sexy whistle>

    Gawd I'm getting excited! 2 or 3 more weeks for mine still...

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    Sedona.
    Awesome.
    Really looking forward to more pics and the video.

    OGG
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    What are the specs on that guy? I'm thinking of ordering one myself and am looking for ideas.

    VERY nice bike for sure!

    Thanks!

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