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    Some AZ DH (PICS)

    So finally got around to ridin after 2 months off the bike staring at my socom

    pics from phoenix on a new trail for me. a good day for sure.

    riders:
    All black= Jason (Posh) with his new transition blindside
    Blue bike= Cory (cdub) on sorta new baby blue balls socom
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    All Mountain was so 2005

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    one word: awesome

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    Y Mas

    more pics...
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    Last edited by cdub; 11-13-2007 at 04:00 PM.
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    love the bike

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    Geronimo?

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    yup, never ridden it before but it was awesome.

    how ya been man? havent heard from ya in forever...
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    I've been pretty good, going to ASU now. You still in phoenix or did you go back to U of A?

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    its always weird seeing people brake with 2 fingers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryan_daugherty
    its always weird seeing people brake with 2 fingers.
    well when you have 2 finger levers that you got fo free its kinda hard not too.

    plus go ride whistler for a week and then well talk. teaches you a couple of things...
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    How does Jason like the new 66?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rover Nick
    I've been pretty good, going to ASU now. You still in phoenix or did you go back to U of A?
    oh right on man. but nah im back in tucson till thanksgiving. we should def do some riding then and then we will be off for a month over christmas to thatll be real nice. you been ridin much?
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    Quote Originally Posted by creyc
    How does Jason like the new 66?
    besides having the thing set up waaaay soft he loves it. nothin but good news on the new ones from phoenix and the cactus bike crew
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    Never seen anyone run a minion dhr on the front... whats going on there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NWfreeride
    Never seen anyone run a minion dhr on the front... whats going on there?
    well i HATE the dhf's. never seemed like they felt right. so i tried the mobster and liked that and decided to try the dhr and have been pretty happy. although i plan on goin back to michelins soon
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    wow... love those pics... looks like you're pinning those corners pretty hard... XD

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    holy hotness, nice bike
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    pretty cool.....south mtn???
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    Quote Originally Posted by cdub
    well when you have 2 finger levers that you got fo free its kinda hard not too.

    plus go ride whistler for a week and then well talk. teaches you a couple of things...
    I have the 2 finger DB levers too and they also work great as a one finger lever...
    Last time i checked, how do you know i haven't ridden whistler for a week?

    in my opinon one figure breaking is the only way to go. My saints are strong enough for one finger .. and then i got an extra finger on the bar to keep my forearm muscles from getting burnt out too quick.. but thats just my opinon and not the purpose of this thread...
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    Quote Originally Posted by SHIVER ME TIMBERS
    pretty cool.....south mtn???
    yup. very impressive, ya been there?
    All Mountain was so 2005

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    that guys head is huge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cult Hero
    that guys head is huge.
    Looks like a mascot? Huwaahahaha...

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    Trail looks fun, nice bike also!
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    G is a fun trail, but, quit brake sliding into the turns, and for god's sake put some clothes on.
    Pictures turned out nice.
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    OMG OMG OMG what a hunk with no shirt on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brettf
    OMG OMG OMG what a hunk with no shirt on.
    haha i hope you didn't crash!
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    Very Nice Photos
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    What section is Jason jumping through? We were on there Sunday but I can't quite place that jump...
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    Quote Originally Posted by chooofoojoo
    haha i hope you didn't crash!
    I did find it somewhat weird that you were not wearing any shin or upper body protection espec with those rock sections and those dangerboy pedals, don't those things have knarly pins in em'?

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    Skin dude needs to gain some weight and hit the gym. Huge helmet + small body = Spaceballs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pistol2Ne
    I did find it somewhat weird that you were not wearing any shin or upper body protection espec with those rock sections and those dangerboy pedals, don't those things have knarly pins in em'?
    Those aren't dangerboy pedals, they're Straitline pedals. And yes they hurt if your feet slip off the pedals but that's easier said that done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kenbentit
    What section is Jason jumping through? We were on there Sunday but I can't quite place that jump...
    looks like the 'V' section that cut's along side the gultch and back out again... coming in you can coast or pedal, going out the other side you really want to be on the gas... it's not that far from the tricky steep switchbacks... just after the high speed rocky section with exposure to the left and a view up to Dobbins...
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    Quote Originally Posted by glenjoyrosana
    Looks like a mascot? Huwaahahaha...

    And he is looking down, not forward

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    So much for feeling 'ok' or 'accepted' about wearing pads for my XC rides

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    Quote Originally Posted by mkrobert81
    And he is looking down, not forward
    his heads to big, he cant hold it up for that long.

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    Hey! Thats my backyard! MMMMM Geronimo

    C-Dub, you have been off "baby blue balls" for 2 months? WTF is wrong with you? School and ladies got you that preoccupied?

    Picts look good, wish I could have ridden with you guys, hopefully over the holiday break we can hook up while you're in town.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gil_caz
    his heads to big, he cant hold it up for that long.

    he has an extremely large cranial radius!

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    LOL. Way to pi$$ off the helmet nazis, but what about the shirt nazis? j/k
    This won't hurt a bit...

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    What is the point of riding with no shirt but a full face? Why not just strip naked, strap on a condom and hit the trails?

    other than using cantilever brakes on my trials bike in 1993 I never had any need to use 2 fingers on my brakes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boogenman
    What is the point of riding with no shirt but a full face? Why not just strip naked, strap on a condom and hit the trails?

    other than using cantilever brakes on my trials bike in 1993 I never had any need to use 2 fingers on my brakes.

    Maybe he doesn't give a $hit about rock rash, but does about his teeth and brain. A shirt doesn't stop you from breaking bones but a helmet does keep you from becoming a rock induced retard....

    As for the 2 finger's thing, I ride 2 fingers and I know a lot of other people do too, its a preference thing and there is no right or wrong way

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    Why not wear flip flops? Weren't his feet hot in those shoes? lol...
    This won't hurt a bit...

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    Quote Originally Posted by santaheckler
    Why not wear flip flops? Weren't his feet hot in those shoes? lol...

    What, like these?
    http://www.pricepoint.com/detail/134...PD-Sandals.htm

    Why not come ride the desert and find out how hot it is for yourself.... I know first hand there isn't jack to ride in... cough.. cough...Indiana.... What, Imagination Glen... Maybe you go to Michigan to ride Fort Custer or Yankee Springs, or perhaps the looooong trek to Ohio to hit up Rays so you can ride when there is 3ft of snow

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    [QUOTE=sixsixtysix]What, like these?
    http://www.pricepoint.com/detail/134...PD-Sandals.htm

    haha thats exactly what i was thinkin. look pretty sweet to me.
    All Mountain was so 2005

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    Quote Originally Posted by brettf
    OMG OMG OMG what a hunk with no shirt on.
    That dudes as hard as wood-pecker lips! I'm sure he's got some serious scars to show the girlies, but my question is how he keeps from fyring in the Arizona sun. Screw the farmers tan, he's probually got a camel back tan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by santaheckler
    Why not wear flip flops? Weren't his feet hot in those shoes? lol...

    but shoes provide grip to the pedals which i NEED. i do not feel the need to wear a shirt when its 90 degrees out. im not worried about getting cuts but i am worried about my head and face.

    oh and my helmet is so massive cause its a DOT motocross one. i broke 2 mtn bike ones and have since progressed to motocross ones.


    thanks for the backup brendt. i guess these hardcore riders on the site mandate proper attire, helmet size, and braking technique in order to fit in. if only i could race em...
    All Mountain was so 2005

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    Yup, I'm with ya, I hate frying out here wearing full armor. Save that crap for when you head north and is a nice cool 80... If its hot, then its a lightweight Jersey, shorts, knee braces and full face. Anything else is asking for heat exhaustion.

    I'd rather get scraped, cut and bruised than end up like that retarded northern boy who you rescued.... lmao

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    yeah but

    Quote Originally Posted by sixsixtysix
    If its hot, then its a lightweight Jersey, shorts, knee braces and full face. Anything else is asking for heat exhaustion.

    I'd rather get scraped, cut and bruised than end up like that retarded northern boy who you rescued.... lmao
    you're always bleeding

    I have the same helmet. love it. so what I look like a bobblehead.

    nice pics.
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    I think he was born around the time of the Chernobyl fallout which would explain a lot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KavuRider
    you're always bleeding .
    I'm practicing 19th century bloodletting thank you very much

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