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    Chumba Owners Unite!

    So with all the recent love of Chumba going around........anyone up for a Chumba owners ride?

    I would think it could be a blast getting all the local, or those willing to travel!, Chumba owners or those ready to join the Chumba Army for a weekend of hitting the socal trails, demo and bbq perhaps??

    I am loving my XCL and would love to hit a trail or 2 with some other Chumba owners, I am still the lone Chumba in my group and was the only Chumba up at Downieville last weekend.

    Any thoughts/dates and anyone living in the socal area?
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    Not in SoCal (I'm in Silicon Valley), but I'd be up for a Central CA Chumbafest. Anyone know some good trails around SLO?

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    I'm down here in Irvine. I'm always done for a ride, beer and BBQ. I'm sure I could rustle up a few other Chumba owners in the area too.

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    Can a Nomad crash the party?

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    We will have to check with Alan
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    Ted, Jason, and I will def. try to make it! We're usually at Fullerton Loop on Thursday around 7pm, but I'm down for a longer ride. No comment on the Nomad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CHUMBAevo
    No comment on the Nomad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scruffylooking
    lol..you know i'm kidding..
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    are chumba wannabe owners allowed to join hahaha... freakin Neil, i want an XCL now

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    You should all come to Finland! For sh!ts and giggles...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tkblazer
    are chumba wannabe owners allowed to join hahaha... freakin Neil, i want an XCL now

    I knew you would "need" a XCL....what color?
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    For those of you want to be Chumba owners there are always demo bikes.
    Please give me a call if you are going to make it and are interested in picking up your own Chumba. I can hold a demo bike for you. 714-348-6859

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bone Collector
    You should all come to Finland! For sh!ts and giggles...
    I would love to ride in Finland, do you know our distributor there Tarmo? It looks I'll be going to South Korea and the Phillipines next month...hope there's some good riding over there...
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    I bought my XCL from him.. Don't know him personally though. He's about the only noteworthy dealer in the capitol area with the exception of a few others. Great service, great products..
    The trouble with Finland is, it's very vast and most of the country is pretty flat. But when you get up north, some hundreds of miles, you get more hills and a Kona bike park for instance. But, like I said, it's far away.
    Don't know about riding in South Korea or Philippines, would not come to mind as a first choice but I'm sure there's some good riding there too..
    North Korea however... THAT would be a rush! Have you ever had the chance to do some log riding on nuclear missiles..?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bone Collector
    I bought my XCL from him.. Don't know him personally though. He's about the only noteworthy dealer in the capitol area with the exception of a few others. Great service, great products..
    The trouble with Finland is, it's very vast and most of the country is pretty flat. But when you get up north, some hundreds of miles, you get more hills and a Kona bike park for instance. But, like I said, it's far away.
    Don't know about riding in South Korea or Philippines, would not come to mind as a first choice but I'm sure there's some good riding there too..
    North Korea however... THAT would be a rush! Have you ever had the chance to do some log riding on nuclear missiles..?
    LOL..North Korea is actually a very mountainous region, with some of the most beautiful landscape on the penninsula...hopefully one day, we will be able to build some single track there as well...
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