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    Couple of Pics from last night

    Padre was kind enough to shoot a couple of pics at this undisclosed location here in So Cal. The first pic is Stinkyone, lettin one fly on his new Steelhead, and the second is me all sketched out on my Heckler.
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    thats a purdy stunt. nice flow and build.

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    Cool stunt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Weyvoless
    Padre was kind enough to shoot a couple of pics at this undisclosed location here in So Cal. The first pic is Stinkyone, lettin one fly on his new Steelhead, and the second is me all sketched out on my Heckler.
    Nice pics...
    Nice drop...

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    That looks so ****ing fun.

    Im definatly gunna try and build sumtin like that in my trails.
    go to WWW.NJDIRT.COM

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    Nice build on that bridge, how long did it take? I miss the clean run outs of Cali. I went to a spot yesterday and this dude built a bridge to the top of a 6 foot stump, as soon as you land you have to lock up the breaks because the run out is all of 15ft at most. The approach is just as sketch with trees on both sides and stumps in the landing etc.

    Ahhhhhh the good ole PNW... I do give these guys props around here for brake bike control but man I miss the days of Cali riding and just bombing off sh!t with no worries of trees, roots and stumps to avoid, or short runouts.

    Nice drop!

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    On of my buddies built this ramp. It's about 40 feet long. He is currently building stunts at Brian Lopes home here in So Cal, So he is getting lot's of practice designing this stuff. It's a fun one. As for how long it took him, I'm not too sure.
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    Where is this?

    I live here in SoCal, and I love to hit something like this. If you wouldn't mind, e-mail me; I'm tired having places I build get torn down.

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    How's that Steelhead working out? I was eyeing them, but I have not found anyone that has rode one yet.

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    The steelhead belongs to my buddy John, but I have done some work on it, and all I can say is that it is one sick frame. That thing is as solid as they come. The only complaint I have is that John is running disc brakes with those horizontal dropouts, and he's running it as a single speed, so in order to remove the rear wheel, you have to loosen disc brake mounting bolts. Then when you put the wheel back on, you have to make sure that the brake caliper lines up again. Other than that one little issue, she feels like a very solid ride.
    Peace out! War In!

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    So far I love that bike. I have no fears about the frame giving out on me and I am a big guy. 6'2" at 215 pounds. I do have to admit that the whole loosening the brake thing is a bit annoying. If I had the money I would have ran it geared with at chainguide up front. Oh-yeah one other problem, or so I am told but I donít care, it weighs 34 pounds.

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    Weyvoless....

    I must know the location of this jump. Can you email me? katiaprice23 at yahoo dot com
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    Fun as hell

    Weyvoless. I hit the ladder yesterday. Shoot so me an e-mail so I can give you mad props!

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