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    backyard skinny setup...

    Whoever is selling the L Dirtbag frame on craigslist sure has a sweet setup in their backyard. Who's is it?

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    is profile name is bombin4x, ya i have ridden it, its pretty sweet

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    Me too, he's a friend of mine. It's a fun little setup and I didn't even clean all of it. I hope to ride it more when get back up there. Also, I didn't know he was selling his DB.
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    thanks~

    here are a few more pics and vids: http://picasaweb.google.com/bombing4...rdSkillzParkEr

    there are pics of 98, junglekid5, ivan the terrible, 90, crash_burn, and a couple others on there. anyone can come have fun, just drop me a pm

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    sweet vids son
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    Thank your local Sierra Club.

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    I think I remember him...

    Quote Originally Posted by Bombin4X
    here are a few more pics and vids: http://picasaweb.google.com/bombing4...rdSkillzParkEr

    there are pics of 98, junglekid5, ivan the terrible, 90, crash_burn, and a couple others on there. anyone can come have fun, just drop me a pm

    cp
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    No no no no no no no!

    Do not sell that bike. You will regret it. Regret is the soul killer. Sell that silly lumber but no not sell that bike.
    Nobody cares what kind of bike you ride.

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    silly lumber

    I have lost all sense of the board so I can't tell if that was serious or for fun....

    Surprisingly enough, I was selling the DB to simplify my life, narrowing down my stable to just 2 bikes. While preparing to swap the headset onto the other bike, the boys at George's discovered two cracks in the Coiler headtube, rendering it scrap metal apparently.

    So I guess the Dirtbag will be my new "do all" trail bike...

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    holding my breath

    so when you gonna take that bike out on some trails and get it dirty???

    you old dirt bag
    I just don't understand my wife....she thinks its nuts to ride when the temperature is in the 20's....go figure

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    Quote Originally Posted by lv2ride
    you old dirt bag

    Ha Ha
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    You don't like a fork because it's popular? That's the most retarded reason I have ever heard of.

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    The guy rides just fine, and does well on the VERY skinny skinnies he built.
    Priority #1 is getting a better job in the ridiculous market. If he could get even half what he was making in Cal, maybe would get stoked and start riding again. Priorities. The "I got mine so don't care about fellow man" don't cut it anymore. Three mouths to feed, well five and $12/hour offers? Wake UP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    for reeeel i feel that
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    Very nice skinny setup. I was thinking about doing something like this...if I only had the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CharacterZero
    Very nice skinny setup. I was thinking about doing something like this...if I only had the time.
    Thanks, I was selling Real Estate when I built it. Which pretty much means I had a lot of free time on my hands last summer

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