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    The Triumphant Return of Osokolo

    We've all missed the Oggster on MTBR. He says it has become too tame on here. So here's where things get interesting.

    Many of you have no doubt wondered what our Bosnian Brother From Another Mother has been up to for the past few months. Well, according to the photographic evidence attached below, not working on his bike handling skills, that's for sure....

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    We've missed you, big guy....
    Strava made me do it....

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    Unless I see evidence to the contrary, I'm gonna assume he got the rear wheel back down and rode that out.
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    He's obviously been doing a bit of trials work on the side with his buddy Danny M. I'm not seeing the downside here.

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    Nuke the entire site from orbit. It's the only way to be sure.

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    Unglued is just happy it is not him.

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    I agree with ghettocruiser, I think he was just testing the limitations of his front brake on the mudslide. He rode it out.
    "I love being on a bike. It helps me feel free. I get it from my dad", by Guillaume Blanchet

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    If you keep your rear wheel in the air all the way down your drive train will not get dirty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thedumbopinion View Post
    If you keep your rear wheel in the air all the way down your drive train will not get dirty.
    Yes.
    "I love being on a bike. It helps me feel free. I get it from my dad", by Guillaume Blanchet

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    No "After" photo?
    Todd :thumbsup:

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    "oh look, a penny"

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    Perhaps he trying to slide a gel out of the jersey, up his back, and catch it in his teef?

    #impressive
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    By that point in the race, your butt can be getting a bit sore. This position moves more weight to the hands.

    Most of us just stand up on the pedals, but...

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    O.K. so I heard he has been known to shave his legs, but stopping in the middle of a race for a "mud" facial??? What next, getting his nails done and a manie-pedi?????

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    Quote Originally Posted by s-worksalot View Post
    O.K. so I heard he has been known to shave his legs, but stopping in the middle of a race for a "mud" facial??? What next, getting his nails done and a manie-pedi?????
    well - hola biatches... i heard it was way too quiet around here while i was absent. makes sense.

    to all haters and non-believers - my version of the story is pretty simple and i stand behind it.

    i drop the car keys and had to find them.

    there is also a more incriminating video footage made by the smiling guy who was relaxing right in the middle of the only GOOD line on that section of the mud chute and as i was approaching him at 40km/h i did not have too many options. Well, maybe it was not 40km/h, but it was darn close. In said video footage, another guy just ahead of me, from our team - eats it very similarly as i did and as he collected himself you can hear bone chilling scream of a person who was just about to look for his dropped car keys. That was me.

    Kept my head above the mud line, but hands and legs were mess. I looked hard core for a while.

    Above pic went viral in twitter world. Disappointingly it didn't make me any money. Any money making tips Biggie? I know you are good at that. Admittedly, I am not underaged, but is it worth a try?

    There you go.

    Now I am off to pick a fight with Singlesprocket, if you excuse me...
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    This entire thread....is why I love these forums

    My Mud Chute key searching technique was much less elegant, but was fortunately not caught on tape.
    My one legged "cramp walk" was the talk of the town though

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    Welcome back Oggie. I also lost my keys this weekend, and went looking for them. The bike and I are all right though.
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    I heard that the Oggster rode an entire lap of Woodnewton on his front wheel yesterday.
    Strava made me do it....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unglued View Post
    I heard that the Oggster rode an entire lap of Woodnewton on his front wheel yesterday.
    Intraweb says video or it is vapourware.

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