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    pics of the type of bike you ride in phx

    I am selling my current bike to fund my wedding and need to get a new bike once I return and want some ideas. So lets see what you got

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    this is the current ride just to get things started
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    Rides

    One to play on and the other to test my skills.
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    youre getting married and want to see pictures of other guy's bikes??
    that's probably considered cheating in her eyes.

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    Only change I've made to the bike is replacing the garbage Bontrager tires.
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    Quote Originally Posted by longhairmike View Post
    youre getting married and want to see pictures of other guy's bikes??
    that's probably considered cheating in her eyes.

    Its alright i promised her a new bike as well

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    Home | Pivot Cycles - Mountain Bikes for XC, Trail, Downhill

    pick one. two if you are really getting one for her.
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    Here is my new ride.
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    I don't really like it but it's all I have at the moment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by midget View Post
    Home | Pivot Cycles - Mountain Bikes for XC, Trail, Downhill

    pick one. two if you are really getting one for her.
    Absolutely.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cycle64 View Post
    I don't really like it but it's all I have at the moment.

    I hate you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grave9 View Post
    I hate you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grave9 View Post
    that bike RULES!!!! that thing would make the roughest trail out there smooth

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cycle64 View Post
    I think I may have scratched it up a little since that photo.

    Quote Originally Posted by 918biker View Post
    that bike RULES!!!! that thing would make the roughest trail out there smooth
    You should see me ride the waterfall on it!!!

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    The waterfall would be a cake walk. who needs a long travel when you could ride that

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grave9 View Post
    I think I may have scratched it up a little since that photo.
    Ghost riding it down the hill is so much fun.
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    Titus should just use about five minutes of Drew's videos on the EG as a marketing campaign.

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    Best wheeled crutch ever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by noremedy View Post
    I am selling my current bike to fund my wedding and need to get a new bike once I return and want some ideas. So lets see what you got
    My Lenz Lunchbox 29er
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    Nice vid ram!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dunerinaz View Post
    Titus should just use about five minutes of Drew's videos on the EG as a marketing campaign.
    I wish! I need some parts!!!! like new paint

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    I'm not sure a video was thread appropriate, all my photo's seem to be too huge to post here!

    Congratulations DurtGurl, I love the Lunchbox, great ride!...I'm sure it will find a great home. I know you will never be without a bike!
    @Grave9, nice Huffy.. .; )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ram-On View Post
    I'm not sure a video was thread appropriate, all my photo's seem to be too huge to post here!
    video you are embedding, not posting. you can post any size pic in like manner if you embed the image from another site.

    BTW, vimeo's embed code is now set to autoplay=1, remove it if you don't want it to
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ram-On View Post
    I'm not sure a video was thread appropriate, all my photo's seem to be too huge to post here!

    Congratulations DurtGurl, I love the Lunchbox, great ride!...I'm sure it will find a great home. I know you will never be without a bike!
    @Grave9, nice Huffy.. .; )
    My Huffy is the s##t!!!! Way nicer than my Dillinger SS!!!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ram-On View Post
    Congratulations DurtGurl, I love the Lunchbox, great ride!...I'm sure it will find a great home. I know you will never be without a bike!
    @Grave9, nice Huffy.. .; )
    Oh no - the Lunchbox is staying with me and is not up for grabs! With it's new-to-me Manitou Dorado, this bike is the perfect SoMo ride. The OP just wanted ideas of what AZ peeps are riding. I could post up pics of my other 6 or 7 bikes, but why? Lunch Lady has it all

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    oops, sorry DG, I get it!...; )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grave9 View Post
    I wish! I need some parts!!!! like new paint
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    bikes are way to clean to be ridden in the valley
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    I roll in style with my 1984, Amsterdam Steel Batavus Olympic triumph.....AKA, Lili Von Schtupp: Fine beer in one hand, smoke in the other and song in my head as I roll through the streets with pine scented air and scarlet magnolia woman roaming the streets...the other times, I roll past temples and throw my 40's in the curb as I smell the stench of rotting carp which have died on the banks of a brackish canal in east Mesa......





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    I got negative rep for posting the picture of my bike lol. Must be some RM haters out there. Maybe they prefer a picture of it out on the trail instead of the RM spec photo. Is this better?
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    Quote Originally Posted by clockwork View Post
    bikes are way to clean to be ridden in the valley
    Mine was taken the day I bought it .... it's all dirty right now

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    Quote Originally Posted by Douger-1 View Post
    I got negative rep for posting the picture of my bike lol. Must be some RM haters out there. Maybe they prefer a picture of it out on the trail instead of the RM spec photo. Is this better?
    Sure it wan't for the bars? J/K Like the shot of it on the trail better!

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    I know people either love or hate the Ergons and now that Im used to them anything else feels odd. Same goes for the bar ends.
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    Turner Flux

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    Killing it with close inspection.

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    Very nice!

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    ryansniner.jpg

    This is mine a few years ago. Still looks pretty much the same but the seatpost, saddle, bars and bottle opener are the only things that have not been replaced since then.

    (photo not pilfered off of manufacturer website)

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    Santa Cruz Superlight!


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    This has been my ride for a few months now. Its been all around somo and has proved to be a fun and reliable ride. I took these pictures today after some shredding... she can be a dirty girl sometimes!





    Oh, its a kona five-o, totally not stock.

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    okay I'll play ...Here is one of my rides

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    Perfect for AZ
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    2008 Nomad with a couple upgrades.


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    Here goes, a hand-me-down Jamis Dakar frame 2005? with a clean break through the rear triangle. I was also given the wheels/fork/headset, then picked over a few parts from my 15 year old Trek 930 (mainly the pedals), bought the rest of the necessary parts including a coil shock from Taiwan (Yasusu). Finally, had my buddy weld up the triangle and now some 2000+ miles later over the past 2 years it's still kickin'. (knock on wood) First pic was taken 2 years ago, the next 2 were taken this evening. I was shocked at how 'new' the bike looked!!

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    Pic's of my LaFaunduh (Pivot Mach5), Out There on a bikepack:





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    Hey freeskier, how much better was the suspension on your jamis after you put that coil on?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AzKennedy View Post
    that background looks familiar, i think this bike was there first! lol..looks like you got a nice replacement! And i guess you got a thing for grey, haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by DurtGurl View Post
    My Lenz Lunchbox 29er
    Nobody else has said anything about your bike so I will.... That thing is bada$$!
    Killing it with close inspection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Douger-1 View Post
    I got negative rep for posting the picture of my bike lol. Must be some RM haters out there. Maybe they prefer a picture of it out on the trail instead of the RM spec photo. Is this better?
    Love the new slayers, all due respect but the bar ends gotta go!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chaseco View Post
    Hey freeskier, how much better was the suspension on your jamis after you put that coil on?
    I wish I had a good answer for you, but I was given the frame sans rear suspension. This is also the first FS bike I've had so I don't have anything to compare it to. With that said, I am happy with it, feels pretty smooth to me. I picked it up on eBay for $80 brand new. I sent in my bushing dimensions & my weight and Yasusu pre-set the shock. It is a bit on the heavy side, but I don't really care to much about that.
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