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    New Epi porn...

    Check out the latest Epi pix at competitive cyclist.com. Very classy web site.

    http://www.competitivecyclist.com/za...RODUCT.ID=1807

    (Click on the zoom button to toggle through the different shots)

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    Competitive Cyclist certainly know how to make frames look like art. I have a road bike ordered, there site helped me make my final choice (Colnago President, with the de vinci paint job)

    But back to topic, the Epi looks fantastic in those pictures, style all the way. Eye candy
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    Sweet...love the Mg rockers, they're nice.

    Hey Pain, did you get your shock back yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chad1433
    Sweet...love the Mg rockers, they're nice.

    Hey Pain, did you get your shock back yet?
    Funny you ask,

    I just got it last night and reassembled my bike. I feel like I can "exhale" again - It absolutely sucked having a brand new bike lying around dissassembled over the holidays.

    I took advantage of the down time and installed my computer (the cateye enduro 8 - it seems like a nice one) and swapped out my 2.1 Navegals with 2.35s. I can't wait to hit it hard with these larger tires, the bike feels a bit more stable now.

    I love this bike. I hope to have some sun this weekend so I can finally capture some pix to post.

    Chad, I love your Moment, any more pix to share? It's going to be hard for me to resist picking up an '06 Moment, they look sooooo sick with the new tubing (like on the Epi).

    By the way, Don't know if anybody is interested, but there are no sizing issues running the 2.35 Navegals with the Epi and RS Revelation combo.

    -pusher

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    One at the local trail...
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    Modeling....

    Sunbathing in Puerto Rico....


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    Quote Originally Posted by hangfire
    Sunbathing in Puerto Rico....

    Hangfire,

    Now that's funny, I got a GPS just like yours for x-mas, so very soon there'll be another Epiphany rolling around in Texas with a handlebar mounted GPS too!

    Are you happy with the bar mount feature for your GPS - Does it keep it stable??
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    Gps

    The GPS mount works very well!

    Now taking the GPS in/out of the mount is hard (but you don't have to worry about it comming loose). Also the plastic that attaches the mount to the handlerbar is pretty stiff, so I always worry of braking it off when I remove the mount (don't use it on trails I know very well...).

    Have you been able to download the routes to the PC? I would like to backup the routes and also overlay them over maps/satellite pictures so I can share the route with other riders...

    I do have a second GPS in case we get separated and the feature of sending position is really cool!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PAINpusher
    Hangfire,

    Now that's funny, I got a GPS just like yours for x-mas, so very soon there'll be another Epiphany rolling around in Texas with a handlebar mounted GPS too!

    Are you happy with the bar mount feature for your GPS - Does it keep it stable??

    Man, how nice is it to finish a ride next to that crystal blue water? Scope some sunbathers, get the mud off and cruise home with a boat drink in hand...

    Nice...

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