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    Our first DH rigs, a few pics.

    Thought I would share some pictures of my new ride. I am super stoked to get out and ride... I also recently purchased a season pass to my local resort.

    A few things I want to change on the bike so far are, pedals, DM stem and some wider bars.





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    My First DH Ride

    Evo I like the Session 8. Looks sick. Here is my new ride and some pics to go along with it.

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    Thx. The purple bars look sweet on the Kona.

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    Damn! Trek bikes look so sick and i love the details they put into the bikes...... Congrats

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    DIRECT MOUNT STEMS...please.

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    Look at the stem Twenty6 makes. A 'lil pricey, but justified in my opinion.

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    Thx! I know, direct mount stems...lol

    I wanted to see the bike in person before ordering a direct mount stem and bars. I am leaning towards a white Deity DM stem and black chrome Chromag Fubar osx bars. I think the Deity Decoy LT pedals would look sick with the bike also (Black w/ red spikes).


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    Lookin' great guys Have fun, be safe
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    love the purple atlases on the kona!

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    Sick bikes guys!! I agree 100% with needing direct mount stems. The bike handles much better with one.. Other than that... super pimp builds... Enjoy them!
    "We can always find excuses if we want to find them, but if we really want to do something, we have to just go."

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    Quote Originally Posted by bunnyhopbikes
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    ...it's just that when I'm wondering what things are like head tube, seat post, cranks, flux capacitor, SS, FS, hardtail...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeadlyStryker
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    Use a helmet, use some common sense, challenge yourself but ride within your limits, etc,...keep the rubber side down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sodak06
    Sick bikes guys!! I agree 100% with needing direct mount stems. The bike handles much better with one.. Other than that... super pimp builds... Enjoy them!

    i got an 2005 manitou dorado im looking everywhere for a direct mount crown and stem for that fork, anyone know where i can get one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evo.
    Thought I would share some pictures of my new ride. I am super stoked to get out and ride... I also recently purchased a season pass to my local resort.

    A few things I want to change on the bike so far are, pedals, DM stem and some wider bars.






    I rode one of these and they feel light as a feather and they look sick too

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    kona > trek
    me: "mom dont ride yer brakes "mom: "shut up"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evo.




    I dig the color, below the seat post is odd tho
    how much did you pay for it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGoat31
    Evo I like the Session 8. Looks sick. Here is my new ride and some pics to go along with it.

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    SO SICK. I have been wanting one of these wish no money for a new rig... YET

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    Man if only Ohio had the trails to support this kind of rig........

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    denting down tubes...solved...put a rubber bumper....man that bike looks nice
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