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    Chris Bling
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    Going to "Church" without falling asleep

    This is a sweet trail in southern utah called church rocks. I am not sure where it got its name, but it sure would be a great place to have sunday school! When we got started, it was about 9 45 or so and it was a blistering 20 degrees! For those in cold weather climates, this might not seem so bad, but we are used to wearing shorts here year around! When we got back to the truck some 3 hours later, it had warmed up to about 30 degrees. There is just something about those nice cold ridese that keeps you moving!

    I went with my Turner friends and had a blast. We made some new lines and went off some new drops and went down some pretty steep rollers. anyway, check it out
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    few more pics

    just a few other shots of fun stuff we did

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    nice pics but how do you like the tyres

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    Sweet...looks like fun! My trails are all white around here but they are still a blast to ride!

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    Great shots, keep posting.

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    the tires...wow

    as far as the tires go, they are the best ones that i have ever ridden. they hook up awesome in the corners and climb like they are glued to the ground. they really have expanded my riding ability and confidence. if you have not tried them out, give it a shot

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    cheers dusty im deffo going for them,

    them trails look amazing sure wish we had awesome trails like that where i live.

    wonder if our lass fancies a new life in the u,s,a.

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    The guy in the red and black top what brand of knee pads are those?

    They look the same as Steve Peat wears



    Are they any good? Do they restrict climbing at all?

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    He and the rest of us all sport the 661 Kyle Straight knee pads. They are excellent. They don't offer any shin protection, but they cover the knees well, and don't slip around. They also do not restrict leg movement. We use them as leg warmers on our XC rides. I highly recommend them.

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    hi el chingon can you use the 661 kyle straight knee pads with 3/4 length shorts,and can you use the 661 veggie shinguards if you want cheers konut

    and steve peat use padlock knee keepers,they dont offer any protection they just keep the other body armour in place.

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