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    My new freeride rig

    2005 Norco Sasquatch



    please rate it out of 10 and tell me wut you think.

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    Yello like Cheese

    B e a utiful, any rides yet? Hows that thing feelin'
    chode1: dude I cant nail that road gap
    jong2: yah dude.
    chode2: dudes, if we had a team...
    jong1: yeah just like on that Disney movie!
    chode1: chix would dig it and wed get layd
    chode2: everyone except you that is
    jong2: yeah lets be the Paris Hilton Death Squad
    chode2: PHOQUE YEAH!
    chorus: TIME TO DO THE ROAD GAP!


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    It's too clean. Go get it muddy and post some action pics.
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    is making a comeback.

    Turns out that five years of not mountain biking, really makes one strive to get back to it.

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    sweet bike...maybe a new fork and chainguide should be your first upgrades

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    Quote Originally Posted by pntballpunk51
    sweet bike...maybe a new fork and chainguide should be your first upgrades
    (this is not the time to tell him this)
    Quote Originally Posted by Mouse
    what were is gnarcal

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    Quote Originally Posted by pntballpunk51
    sweet bike...maybe a new fork and chainguide should be your first upgrades

    haha let him bust up that stuff first, but a 66rc and some mrp bones wouldent look to shabby : )
    chode1: dude I cant nail that road gap
    jong2: yah dude.
    chode2: dudes, if we had a team...
    jong1: yeah just like on that Disney movie!
    chode1: chix would dig it and wed get layd
    chode2: everyone except you that is
    jong2: yeah lets be the Paris Hilton Death Squad
    chode2: PHOQUE YEAH!
    chorus: TIME TO DO THE ROAD GAP!


    Origionally posted bygonzostrike

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    8 out of 10, but for a spankin new bike, 9.5 out of 10, i'm german so i am not an easy person to impress. jk about that, but i am part german.

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    I havent had any real rides yet. this will be my first freeride bike. i just hope it hold up since i weight 218lb. the fork feel sweet and its qr20 which is sweet.

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    218, You're a lightweight. The bike will hold up no prob. I have a Drop Off Comp w/ quck release on my bike, while it's not the best fork it has taken plenty of abuse and I weight a lot more than you. Since its your first freeride bike you probably won't be going bigger than it can handle for a while. Good choice for a HT. I was looking at those but I got a good deal on a P2 instead. Have fun with it.
    BTW at your wieght the first thing to go out will probably be the wheels (I doubt you have high end hubs on there).

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    sweet ride i give it a 10 for it being you're first freeride bike. i just got off a kona hard tail for freeride and bought a stinky instead. but the hard tail will make you a much smoother rider than a full suspension will. you have to be smooth on a hardtail or you're ankles and knees will pay the price.

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    nice bike....congrats to you
    the trick is ENJOYING YOUR LIFE EACH DAY, don't waste them away wishing for better days

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    Sweet hardtail

    How much did it cost? I was looking at the Norco HT's and never did find a local place that sold them..

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    its original cost was like $1650 but i got it for $1550

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaTT_133
    its original cost was like $1650 but i got it for $1550
    cool deal
    the trick is ENJOYING YOUR LIFE EACH DAY, don't waste them away wishing for better days

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    Nice bike have fun on it and post action pics asap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CanadianHooligan
    Nice bike have fun on it and post action pics asap.
    yeah action pictures
    the trick is ENJOYING YOUR LIFE EACH DAY, don't waste them away wishing for better days

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    i dont think there is going to be any action pics any time soon, like none of my friends bike and none of them own a digital camera. i need to find some people to ride with ASAP

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