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    Quote Originally Posted by Sparticus View Post
    That's a reasonable list but not everyone likes multitools.

    Decades ago I was riding with a buddy who's bike suffered a mid-ride malady. Don't remember what the problem was but it required two different sized allen wrenches to fix -- two at the same time, one in each hand. His multitool didn't break apart so I had to bust out my individual allen wrenches (which I keep in small cordura zip pouch) and come to his aid.

    We fixed his bike's problem but if he'd been on his own, his multitool would have been inadequate.

    Personally I prefer using loose tools to a multitool. Don't like the weight & bulk of a single block of tools.
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    Your post makes no sense whatsoever. If you're going to hate on multitools I expect at least a coherent reason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sparticus View Post

    ....I was riding with a buddy who's bike suffered a mid-ride malady. Don't remember what the problem was but it required two different sized allen wrenches to fix

    Lots of shock mount and pivot bolt are like that.

    I know exactly what you're describing...which in no way proves that it's coherent at all, just that I understand.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MOJO K View Post
    Lots of shock mount and pivot bolt are like that.

    I know exactly what you're describing...which in no way proves that it's coherent at all, just that I understand.
    I understood it pretty readily as well.

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    Makes sense to me.
    I think it's good practice to make sure your tool kit has you covered before stashing it away and calling it good. In addition to what Sparty said some of the stubbier multitools won't reach certain spots sometimes. I've had to take a multitool apart trailside before to gain access to a bolt.
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    I'm hoping by now everyone likes hydraulic brakes.

    I still haven't drank the kool-aid on full-suspension, tubeless, and 1x, sorry...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Biohazard74 View Post
    Everyone i ride with says YAHHHHHH. Not the best but the quickest and easiest after a ride.
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    Would be a tough product to make, but I have found in my experience, nothing beats riding a trail with someone roughly your same ability that you get along well with. Not that there isn't satisfaction riding solo, but having someone else there at the end to high five / fist bump and laugh about the trail is one of those perfect feelings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by roughster View Post
    Would be a tough product to make, but I have found in my experience, nothing beats riding a trail with someone roughly your same ability that you get along well with. Not that there isn't satisfaction riding solo, but having someone else there at the end to high five / fist bump and laugh about the trail is one of those perfect feelings.
    No doubt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WHALENARD View Post
    No doubt.
    Camaraderie, #1.
    Which is segregated out per wheel size, geometry, number of gears, frame material and dropper post or not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    Which is segregated out per wheel size, geometry, number of gears, frame material and dropper post or not.
    Not in real life.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    Which is segregated out per wheel size, geometry, number of gears, frame material and dropper post or not.
    Camaraderie covers a lot of ground.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    Which is segregated out per wheel size, geometry, number of gears, frame material and dropper post or not.
    I'd blame the ego, and not any specific tools, behind such contrast between riders. The faster guy can get a challenge on a rigid heavy steel singlespeed with puncture proof tires, while the slower guy can get a capable enough bike to keep up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcd46 View Post
    Not in real life.
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    Camaraderie covers a lot of ground.
    Sorry gents, I forgot to throw in an emoji for sarcasm.
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    I passionately remove rocks and corners and other stuff I find too hard to ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    Sorry gents, I forgot to throw in an emoji for sarcasm.
    Funny how an emoji (or an accidentally forgotten emoji) can make or break an online comment. Can seriously misrepresent your intention.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    Sorry gents, I forgot to throw in an emoji for sarcasm.
    I actually guessed this was coming.
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    Quote Originally Posted by *OneSpeed* View Post
    Funny how an emoji (or an accidentally forgotten emoji) can make or break an online comment. Can seriously misrepresent your intention.

    I forgot a "winky face" one time. A Black hole nearly consumed us all.
    I’m going to go out on a limb and add some in here for the ones I forget in the future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    I’m going to go out on a limb and add some in here for the ones I forget in the future.

    Dude, you forgot the Puke emoji.
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    Quote Originally Posted by *OneSpeed* View Post
    Dude, you forgot the Puke emoji.
    That's reserved for the E forum?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcd46 View Post
    That's reserved for the E forum?
    Oh, I didn't know. I thought that forum was reserved for people with spare cash in their wallet, zero fitness, no respect for the people that do trail work, and entitled folk. Not mountain bikers?? Please do warn me if I cross the line in the future.

    (this does not apply to anyone with a disability or handicap)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by *OneSpeed* View Post
    Dude, you forgot the Puke emoji.
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    Quote Originally Posted by *OneSpeed* View Post
    Oh, I didn't know. I thought that forum was reserved for people with spare cash in their wallet, zero fitness, no respect for the people that do trail work, and entitled folk. Not mountain bikers?? Please do warn me if I cross the line in the future.

    (this does not apply to anyone with a disability or handicap)
    You forgot the places where they are allowed and encouraged to ride qualifier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    And stupid thread.
    i'd say something about clodhoppers, but i'll keep my peace...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tuckerjt07 View Post
    You forgot the places where they are allowed and encouraged to ride qualifier.
    I'm sorry, your one sentence didn't convince me. Please do try again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by *OneSpeed* View Post
    I'm sorry, your one sentence didn't convince me. Please do try again.
    If I deemed you significant enough to attempt to convince you'd know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shekky View Post
    i'd say something about clodhoppers, but i'll keep my peace...
    At least you had the forethought to add in the little emoji.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    Which is segregated out per wheel size, geometry, number of gears, frame material and dropper post or not.
    Maybe.

    Mostly though it's segregated by men who prefer simple fresh post-ride tacos and those who would rather just suck down a scoop of mystery meat concealed in a tightly wrapped tortilla.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Humpy View Post
    Maybe.

    Mostly though it's segregated by men who prefer simple fresh post-ride tacos and those who would rather just suck down a scoop of mystery meat concealed in a tightly wrapped tortilla.
    🤮...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phillbo View Post
    Boobies...
    Blue footed Boobies?

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    Quote Originally Posted by langster831 View Post
    How about that 'oh shit' moment when your life flashes before your eyes and you're about to crash but somehow the stars align and you manage to ride out of it? cheap thrills....
    Nose wheelie (not on purpose) at 20mph and make it safely. I'm good with only 1 of those every 10 years or so!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shark View Post
    Nose wheelie (not on purpose) at 20mph and make it safely. I'm good with only 1 of those every 10 years or so!
    Oh man, I did that one time with a 300ft cliff 2-3ft to my left on a benched trail. The guy in front of me checked-up without warning and I had to grab a handful of brake. To my amazement I held the brake just right (didn't back off) and kept everything inline.

    I wasn't going 20, probably more like 12-15, but I was proud I didn't panic (or die) and rode it out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fleas View Post
    The fact that a newb and a pro can both enjoy the same experience - one's just going faster.

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    Au contrare....

    In each case, the rider's attention to the trail is engaged equally. Again, though, the newb is just slower. They both enjoy the same perceived effort, focus, and maybe even perceived speed, despite the disparity in performance. It's practically a miracle.

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    In honor of Shekky I had fish tacos tonight. And yes they were very good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fleas View Post
    Au contrare....

    In each case, the rider's attention to the trail is engaged equally. Again, though, the newb is just slower. They both enjoy the same perceived effort, focus, and maybe even perceived speed, despite the disparity in performance. It's practically a miracle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Kuhl View Post
    In honor of Shekky I had fish tacos tonight. And yes they were very good.
    Rubios?

    Man, I miss that place. San Diego is the birthing place for fish tacos in the USA and you can’t take that away from that city.
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    Quote Originally Posted by John Kuhl View Post
    Home made with Mahi Mahi.
    The best, does Rubios still have Mahi Mahi? I’m craving that place so bad I’m going to make a 45 minute trip to the closest one to me in Colorado soon. There’s only 3 of them here.

    You’ve also got South Beach Grill in Ocean Beach and The Brigantine. You have no idea how lucky you are.
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    Mitch's at Fisherman's Landing usually has at least 5 different kinds of fish to make tacos with, all locally caught and fresh. My new favorite place (and near where I work).

    I love the habanero mahi-mahi tacos at Rubios. Don't know if they still have them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by the one ring View Post
    Mitch's at Fisherman's Landing usually has at least 5 different kinds of fish to make tacos with, all locally caught and fresh. My new favorite place (and near where I work).

    I love the habanero mahi-mahi tacos at Rubios. Don't know if they still have them.
    Nice! Habanero is my favorite pepper. I can just imagine done up Rubio style, I’ll be looking for that one when I make that drive. I didn’t remember Mitch’s so I looked it up. Looks like a great place to spend some time. They opened in 2008 which would explain why I wasn’t familiar with it. The lady I was dating hated seafood. I moved away in 2012 and was with her during those years.
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    There's a Cajun place in Portland, Salvador Molly's, that makes bomb mahi-mahi tacos. Frying stuff well is an artform.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tim208 View Post
    good *****!
    Why'd you censor the word tacos?
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    Quote Originally Posted by WHALENARD View Post
    There's a Cajun place in Portland, Salvador Molly's, that makes bomb mahi-mahi tacos. Frying stuff well is an artform.
    You don’t fry fish for fish tacos, you grill it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shark View Post
    Nose wheelie (not on purpose) at 20mph and make it safely. I'm good with only 1 of those every 10 years or so!

    I did that once, rode it for about 20' or so @20+mph and even though I lost no skin it was not fun at all.


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    Rubios?

    Maybe it's not the same chain but they have one in Tucson and it's extremely meh, I usually go across the street to Chipotle's for my after ride burro just because it's convenient.
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    Quote Originally Posted by J.B. Weld View Post
    Maybe it's not the same chain but they have one in Tucson and it's extremely meh, I usually go across the street to Chipotle's for my after ride burro just because it's convenient.
    There are many that have or are using the Rubio name trying to capitalize on the Rubio’s reputation. One can’t duplicate the original Rubio’s taste though. I suspect you went into an impostor.

    It was originally called “Rubio’s Fresh Mexican Grill”.

    The name changed to “Rubio’s Coastal Grill”.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rubio%27s_Coastal_Grill

    The logo should look like this if it’s the original Rubio’s we are talking about.

    What is "universally" liked in the mtb world?-e24f1660-c77f-472b-956a-5ba9ef287dfe.jpeg

    It’s where fish tacos originated from in the USA. Check out the Wiki.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    You don’t fry fish for fish tacos, you grill it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    There are many that have or are using the Rubio name trying to capitalize on the Rubio’s reputation. One can’t duplicate the original Rubio’s taste though. I suspect you went into an impostor.

    Maybe, it's called Rubio's fresh mexican grill and they specialize in fish tacos. They're ok but not outstanding, there are a lot of better places in Tucson for sure.
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    Yeah I thought Rubio's was TexMex..yuck!
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    Quote Originally Posted by J.B. Weld View Post
    I did that once, rode it for about 20' or so @20+mph and even though I lost no skin it was not fun at all.

    It would have gone better if your bars were higher and you had a longer front center with a steep ST angle distributing your weight ideally.........on and on
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    Quote Originally Posted by J.B. Weld View Post
    Maybe, it's called Rubio's fresh mexican grill and they specialize in fish tacos. They're ok but not outstanding, there are a lot of better places in Tucson for sure.
    Did the logo look like the above photo? There’s no way it was blah if so.

    Sorry boys for going off on a FTT.
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    Did the logo look like the above photo? There’s no way it was blah if so.

    Sorry boys for going off on a FTT.
    A FTT?

    What took you so long to inquire?

    A “Fish Taco Tangent” of course.
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    I passionately remove rocks and corners and other stuff I find too hard to ride.

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    Tacos, beer, doggos


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    GOOD doggos. somebody's unleashed boxer approached me aggressively and tried to bite my buddy the other day.

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