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    All Country (AC) or Cross Mountain (XM)?

    Seriously, whats a guy to do?
    Gone are the days we stopped to decide,
    Where we should go,
    We just ride...

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    Go ride.
    "Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit." - And I agree.

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    bacon! bacon! bacon!
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    Yup. Best bet is to just keep in mind it's all marketing bull$hit...

    Mt biking is mt biking.

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    575 all the way man.

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    Nice jab at a guy who is asking a legitimate question. You're funny.

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    Oh, So Interesting!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rcstylin
    Nice jab at a guy who is asking a legitimate question. You're funny.

    Yeah, you shure don't want to use terms that are used by companies that manufacture the bikes we purchase and ride. I mean, it's so much easier to ask if you want a bike with 4" travel, steep HA, and long tt that is built for racing long distances over less technical terrain, both up and down hills.... or do I want a bike with 5" and slightly relaxed geometry, or maybe a 6" bike that might weigh a bit more and has more freeride (oh crap, can't use that word either), I mean a ha between 67-68 degrees and a slightly more compact cockpit that will descend a bit better than the 5" bike. But then what about the 5" bike with the 67 deg ha? Not sure what to make of that... anyway, whatever you do don't repeat any terms used by a company that manufactures bicycles, that would make you so un-cool.

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    Oh so sensitive. I just (light heartedly) thought we could use a couple more terms to really address what it is we need to ride bikes on trails. Lighten up boys, winter has just begun.
    Gone are the days we stopped to decide,
    Where we should go,
    We just ride...

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    Cross Mountain.

    Isn't that a few peaks over from Brokeback Mountain?
    Grammar and spelling errors are complementary.

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    Your bike is incorrigible
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    Quote Originally Posted by schwing_ding
    Cross Mountain.

    Isn't that a few peaks over from Brokeback Mountain?
    All Country.

    Doesn't that have something to do with Manifest Destiny?

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    XM was way better before they merged with Sirius
    the drugs made me realize it's not about the drugs

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    holding back the darkness
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    Quote Originally Posted by WKD-RDR
    XM was way better before they merged with Sirius
    I agree... things were way better before they got all sirius in here.
    **** censorship

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    What the hell is XM? Is this a new category or a satellite radio company?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WKD-RDR
    XM was way better before they merged with Sirius
    Agreed! Sirius has been infected by bad tunes by XM.

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