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    really cool Thomas Vanderham / Saint video


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    That's very very cool

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    A little boring in the beginning, but that rock jump was pretty cool
    the brakes were a little squeeky, dont you think??

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    Quote Originally Posted by FreerideMonkey7
    A little boring in the beginning, but that rock jump was pretty cool
    the brakes were a little squeeky, dont you think??
    I would like to see brakes that didn't squeak on a line that steep and long! Sick vid
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    ^^^ true, but it was a lil annoying so I noticed it and I posted it
    Yeah but it was a steep and long line

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    pretty sick line
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    wow... awesome vid... i like those stepdowns he did where he lands on the rock and drops off them... awesome...

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    plus the brakes are brand spankin new. When my saints were new they squeaked quite a bit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cmooreboards
    I would like to see brakes that didn't squeak on a line that steep and long! Sick vid
    Hope Moto V2s...... 'nuff said.


    Those new saints look sick tho... i'd like to give em a shot.
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    cool vid....lighter cranks brakes have mo power
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    They're saint, you know they'll be awesome. I've been running all saint group for years and every time I switch out parts for kicks, like cranks brakes, etc. They always end up back on my bike. As far as I'm concerned they dominate. Can't wait to see the 09'. check out the pics

    http://www.bikemagic.com/news/article/mps/uan/6169

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    Nice vid, saw it at the world premier of seasons.
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    It's soo sad to see that they f*cked up the sickest crank ever!
    Im sure performance and durability are on top, but the design is sh*tty...

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    Cool Vid

    The sport is progressing like crazy.
    Ride Monkey SUCKS

    Transition

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    Wow, that was a skeetchy course. Riding on dirt that loose would be tough. I'm used to the packed, hard dirt of Colorado. Very sweet run. I hate Shimano though . . . my my opinion.

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    I have never been a fan of Shimano but damn am I impressed with the Saint stuff. I've never personally run any Saint stuff but would be very, very inclined to throw some of the 09 stuff on new build sometime. Im not a fan of the design of the new crank arms but I could just use an older set. I'm diggin it

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