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    Dave in The New Park (PICS)

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    SAYNDESYN on the Iron Horse Sunday,

    "There is no weekness. It is the bike that Jesus built after he gave up carpentry."

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    sick...
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    does it still qualify as a mountainbike?
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    Dooooooooooope. Was he the only person riding?

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    sweet....





    btw... that first pic is HUGE!

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    Not huge for me.
    Anyway he wasn't the only one riding but the rest were BMX. There were a lot more people.
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    SAYNDESYN on the Iron Horse Sunday,

    "There is no weekness. It is the bike that Jesus built after he gave up carpentry."

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    it's unnatural for a man's legs to spread like that on those foot plants.

    good job though. park is so much fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ironhorsebike1
    it's unnatural for a man's legs to spread like that on those foot plants.

    good job though. park is so much fun.
    in the last footplant one, it looks like his shoes are one the wrong feet! LoL!!!

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    nice pics...no helmets=lame
    the trick is ENJOYING YOUR LIFE EACH DAY, don't waste them away wishing for better days

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    awesome pictures i love mxing it up at the skateparks
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    new park?

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    sick...
    doesn't look so new to me. But cool photos. Where's it at?

    And a sidenote to the mods: Maybe there should be a rule against one word posts? I get so sick of paging thru so many content-free posts, and I can't be the only one...
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    yeah me too, its annoying when people cough scabrider cough just say sick... or nice... just to get high posts.
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    Is that guy grinding on his fork dropouts???? Say bye bye fork!
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    Quote Originally Posted by haromtnbiker
    Is that guy grinding on his fork dropouts???? Say bye bye fork!
    Probably has a grind-plate.

    and to the other posters, lately every single thread I look at (literally EVERY one) has Scabrider posting "sick" or "cool".

    EDIT: Well its not as bad as I thought, but take a look at his posts .
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    i hope those guys crack their skull open for not wearing a helmet.....

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    Yeah. Helmets. I wonder if the bystanders are obligated to render 1st aide to a fallen brain[bucket]less rider. Or if there's some kind of social contract whereby if someone goes down w/o sensible safety gear you don't have to burn the rest of your sess while the EMTs arrive.

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    man, the helmet mafia is strong in this one...I say don't wear one and let natural selection do it's thing.

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    Yea that guy would be me u *** i wear helmets but onyl when i need to nothing serious went down that day
    Quote Originally Posted by Gman
    i hope those guys crack their skull open for not wearing a helmet.....

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    there you go

    Quote Originally Posted by bikerdave52
    Yea that guy would be me u *** i wear helmets but onyl when i need to nothing serious went down that day

    1st sign of impact trauma is incoherent speech. I mean other than the blood and loss of consciousness.

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    Okie dokie
    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy
    1st sign of impact trauma is incoherent speech. I mean other than the blood and loss of consciousness.

    -M

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    old saying

    Quote Originally Posted by bikerdave52
    Yea that guy would be me u *** i wear helmets but onyl when i need to nothing serious went down that day
    You know what they say, those who can, do, and those who can't, b1tch about the lack of safety gear the others are wearing....
    Honestly, tho, there are states with no helmet laws for motorcycles on the road. Which crash do you suppose you have a greater chance of surviving? Go to the sk8pk very often, you'll see a lot of folks tearing it up w/o helmets (not me, tho), and dead or seriously injured ppl being carted away is not a common occurence.
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    I haven't tried.

    The fact is that if I see you crack your head open (helmet or not) I'm morally (and in some states legally) obligated to render aid even if that means incurring some risk to my own safety. If we can do away with those obligations, then we (the helmet nazis) wouldn't care.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy
    I haven't tried.

    The fact is that if I see you crack your head open (helmet or not) I'm morally (and in some states legally) obligated to render aid even if that means incurring some risk to my own safety. If we can do away with those obligations, then we (the helmet nazis) wouldn't care.

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    are you an EMT? if so, i give you props.

    to the original poster, i really like the x-up transfer and the last footplant shots.
    nice work.
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    no i am not
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    Let's See......

    I wasn't the photographer it was Dave's friend Tony Tyrant owner of Tyrant BMX. I just like pictures so I decided to share them.

    Helmets I always wear one and when Dave is going big he wears one. When he is just playing around that's his business give me a break.

    My favorite pic is the gap to manual down box.
    SAYNDESYN on the Iron Horse Sunday,

    "There is no weekness. It is the bike that Jesus built after he gave up carpentry."

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    O yeah and he does have a grind plate. I'm pretty sure he CNC machined it himself too.
    SAYNDESYN on the Iron Horse Sunday,

    "There is no weekness. It is the bike that Jesus built after he gave up carpentry."

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    Good job! Nice

    SICKK pics DAVE!!! real sweet park action!!

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