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    Happy ChriSStmas ****ers

    May your cogs be polished, your forks rigid & your hops plentiful.

    ~peace

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    Why don't we have snow?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by unknown-rider View Post
    Why don't we have snow?!
    I'm not complaining...Corner Canyon is nice.

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    A Merry SolSStice and a Hoppy Malt Year to you too!
    Authorities speculate that speed may have been a factor. They are also holding gravity and inertia for questioning.

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    I diddnt know singlespeeders celebrated Christmas. Im a kwanza guy myself.
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    Festivus all the way!

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    Dear Santa,

    I known this is zero hour but since my ride today ended with a couple mile jog as the crow flies through the desert I would like to request the following:

    A new chain
    A couple of quick links
    A multi tool with a chain breaker
    A new 18 youth cog to resolve the ghetto old cassette cog I am currently using
    The sense to put all these things plus a little segment of chain in my tool bag prior to riding of to the trailhead

    Ho Ho Holy Cow wish it had been a better pre-Christmas ride, guess I will have to make it up post-Christmas when you bring me this stuff and I'll work on remembering to bring it along.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TroutBum View Post
    May your cogs be polished, your forks rigid & your hops plentiful.

    ~peace
    Well, something will be rigid and then polished
    The hops, always

    Merry ChristmaSS everybody.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rockcrusher View Post
    Ho Ho Holy Cow wish it had been a better pre-Christmas ride, guess I will have to make it up post-Christmas when you bring med this stuff and I'll work on remembering to bring it along.

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    I'm personally just asking for an elf to follow me around on my rides and carry all that stuff for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AZ.MTNS View Post
    Festivus all the way!
    But Festivus uses an aluminum pole and everyone knows steel is real...like Santa.


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    i too broke my chain on my xmas eve ride. It was a stupid 9spd chain i should have never used. Some one in the group had a quick link and I was able to finish the ride. I had chain break, pieces of chain but no quick link. Funny part was I had just cleaned a down hill line that a couple of guys walked and broke my chain on the ensuing climb(Karma is a *****)

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockcrusher View Post
    Dear Santa,

    I known this is zero hour but since my ride today ended with a couple mile jog as the crow flies through the desert I would like to request the following:

    A new chain
    A couple of quick links
    A multi tool with a chain breaker
    A new 18 youth cog to resolve the ghetto old cassette cog I am currently using
    The sense to put all these things plus a little segment of chain in my tool bag prior to riding of to the trailhead

    Ho Ho Holy Cow wish it had been a better pre-Christmas ride, guess I will have to make it up post-Christmas when you bring med this stuff and I'll work on remembering to bring it along.

    rockrusher
    Haha, sorry to hear David. Rode with Foster while I'm here in ny for the holidays. Broke a chain in the first 10 min and then lost a crank arm ( and bolt). While he had a piece of chain, he didn't have a quick link. Will never ride without one again. As for the crank arm, that was his damn fault for not taking care of his ride.

    I'll be ready to ride when I'm back in a week. Need to really wipe myself into shape.

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    Too cold to ride and not enough snow to ski. Nothing to do but work on bikes in the garage. Merry belated Xmas.

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    Seems also that since I used my third gear to get back to the car I also aggravated an old knee injury so Santa I also really need some youth back too! Maybe next christmas? I'll be really good this year!
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    Pnut too cold?!! I'll argue that is too warm. I am loving riding any time it gets below freezing in the northeast. If its above freezing I am stuck riding the road or trying to ride my BMX at the local indoor place.

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    Fresh 14" of snow here in Colorado. Only thing growing is my belly. Inverse relationship between fun on SS and size of belly...proven formula. Perhaps the road bike can get some love once the slop melts.

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