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    Big Wheels...

    Ha!

    Here's my next ride...

    MY dog can lick YOUR dog!

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    Best chain guide on the market too.
    Down is the new up.

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    twitchy steering.

    Makes me think of pebbles and skateboards. Lends merit to the 29er movement by using extremes.

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    SSV descent would be a pleasure on that thing for sure.

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    This is a big wheel MTB, not some sissified nancy-boy 29er!

    A man must have enemies and places he is not welcome. In the end we are not only defined by our friends but those against us.

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    Are those Crocs I see? That kills the big wheel movement right there.

    _MK

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    Quote Originally Posted by MK_
    Are those Crocs I see? That kills the big wheel movement right there.

    _MK
    Yeah, but James kills it with the doo-wop and the bad ass shades. It's a combination few could pull off. Being able to manual a 36er helps.
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    Was starring at that bike just yesterday. How he can get the front end up in the air with the drop bars AND the Crocs is impressive!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DWF
    This is a big wheel MTB, not some sissified nancy-boy 29er!
    i got to pedal that thing around that day... i was more distracted by the bars than the wheels. don, i stopped by your booth to say 'ello, but apparently you had become bored by then and were out riding (or so said your minion).
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    and may just go where no one's been.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gotdirt
    i got to pedal that thing around that day... i was more distracted by the bars than the wheels. don, i stopped by your booth to say 'ello, but apparently you had become bored by then and were out riding (or so said your minion).
    Yeah, Had been there all day Sat so I took Sunday morning off to ride. Too bad I missed you. We were doing the Colorado Cough Syrup (Stranahan's) thang at the booth later that day. Good times.
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