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    x-post -- my weekend sucked

    http://forums.mtbr.com/showthread.php?t=88182

    And Mr. DWF, we outwitted your black magic...neener neener!
    The more out of shape you are, the steeper the hill looks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ibmkidIII
    And Mr. DWF, we outwitted your black magic...neener neener!
    It's harder to hit a moving target. Nice pics. I'm very disappointed that Dave has turned soft and is riding a big dually.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by DWF
    It's harder to hit a moving target. Nice pics. I'm very disappointed that Dave has turned soft and is riding a big dually.....
    Not to worry Don; that isn't replacing the Peyto by any stretch.

    On the majority of the riding we did it was quite the overkill. Especially on the climbs.

    Moab = me taking the big bike.
    Fruita = the SS or the hardtail.
    GJ = depends on the particular ride.

    Still riding the Peyto on most of my regular rides around here as well. Too fun/nice of a ride to give it up that easily!
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    Quote Originally Posted by scrublover
    Not to worry Don; that isn't replacing the Peyto by any stretch.

    On the majority of the riding we did it was quite the overkill. Especially on the climbs.

    Moab = me taking the big bike.
    Fruita = the SS or the hardtail.
    GJ = depends on the particular ride.

    Still riding the Peyto on most of my regular rides around here as well. Too fun/nice of a ride to give it up that easily!
    No worries Dave, I'm considering building my own big travel full squishy. Might be time to dust off some drawings.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by DWF
    No worries Dave, I'm considering building my own big travel full squishy. Might be time to dust off some drawings.....
    go for it! it's my first experience with a bigger bike/full squish, and i'm loving the thing!
    cheap and easy, can't go wrong with a single pivot with a good shock. at least that was my theory in building up my first dually.

    keep us posted if you start building yourself a new toy.
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