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    NY riding. Pics inside

    I went to NY for a couple weeks, just got back from my vacation. Fedex boned my bike, so I didn't get to ride it which kinda sucks (don't ship fedex, they blow), but my friend bought a Giant DH comp while I was there so I got to ride that for awhile. It was good times

    Didn't have the right film which was kinda a bummer, so most of the pics came out like crap, but some of them are ok.

    Anyway, heres some pics, guess I have to wait till next year to ride whiteface, thanks again fedex


















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    sick...
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    does it still qualify as a mountainbike?
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    good to see that you at least got some riding in dude... How're things going with insurance right now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrpercussive
    good to see that you at least got some riding in dude... How're things going with insurance right now?
    sh1tty, 3 weeks later and still no money. I have 4K worth of insurance on it, so I should be able to get my money back, and since they never successfully shipped it to me, hopefully I can get my shipping money back too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by William42
    sh1tty, 3 weeks later and still no money. I have 4K worth of insurance on it, so I should be able to get my money back, and since they never successfully shipped it to me, hopefully I can get my shipping money back too.
    bummer dude... keep us updated on what happens... hopefully i'll see you at N* soon...

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    going on thursday! donno about after that though

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    Where did you end up riding?

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    Cool pics. Used to have a Shiver... Good memories.

    Did Fedex lose your armor too?
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    Looks like some fun trails. Sh!tty luck on the fedex thing (they are supposedly the best of the choices we have)

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    hardcase and lots of insurance is the way to go I think.

    Rode the trails around my cabin, I was upstate on lake george. Stream crossing, hiking up, and the left hander on the mossy patch were on a fairly well known trail in the area, the rest was on my more private behind my house trail. Mostly just riding the easy parts since I'm on an unfamiliar bike without all my armor, just had my helmet, so the super gnar wasnt really there. It was good times

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    Still rockin' the Shiver...nice. One of my favorite forks eva.

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    Well, thats on my friends bike, the shiver had pretty sweet damping, I'm on a new 66 rc3 which is pretty uncomperably better, less dive, less weight, damping is wayy better, and all that. To each their own though, and I can definitely understand after riding that fork why its some peoples favorite fork ever

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    Quote Originally Posted by scabrider
    sick...
    ur back???
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    cool pics
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    Nice shots.
    Dude, sorry about the bike. If you get back to NY let me know. There's tons of great stuff in this area.
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    Nice socks...................

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    Wait, they still make film?!


    Nice shots, looks like a cool spot too

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