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    Oh dear god.

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    Good job! Photos of Neville's latest Phil W00d SS 29er

    Dateline: Las Vegas

    I had the extreme pleasure of visiting Brent at the PW booth and squeezing, stroking, touching some of the steel and ti goodness that was on display. One of which was our own beloved Neville's new creation (no, not his custom PW trash can caddy....that's still in R&D).

    It's Big. It's Black. It's Beautiful. Neville must be a big boy because this bike is size Large with a capital L. I'm six-one and could barely get a leg over the top tube - forget about reaching the saddle. Aosty and I convinced Brent to let us wheel it around the expo to find a better backdrop than the cluttered booth. Not that there's anything wrong with Phil Wood clutter, but you get the idea. We each agreed to leave one testicle behind and set out on our adventure.

    Walking the bike through the expo, I might as well had Charlize Theron on my arm wearing a sheer neglige and pumps. Conversations stopped, heads peeked around corners, business deals paused mid signature, glass pints dropped and shattered, grown men had looks on their faces that said "I've achieved nothing in my life." Aosty and I strutted the aisles like casino security guards rolling a case of $500 chips to the vault. "We might not own it, but its ours right now."

    First, a shot of the bike on display at Brent's booth -
    <img src="https://gallery.mtbr.com/data/mtbr/515/234043Neville_11.jpg"border=5>


    Next, an enhanced photo, because we could. (Forgive me Nev, but for this photo I told them it was mine. The one in the middle seemed to really like it too)
    <img src="https://gallery.mtbr.com/data/mtbr/562/234043neville_2.jpg"border=5>


    I was really tempted to take it for a spin, but was afraid I would get chain grease on my pants. So after several free booth beers, the only logical choice was to remove my pants from the equation. It rolls super smooth and people seemed really happy for me, as they were all smiling as I rode by.
    <img src="https://gallery.mtbr.com/data/mtbr/515/234043Neville_3.jpg"border=5>


    Close-up shot of the rear triangle:
    <img src="https://gallery.mtbr.com/data/mtbr/515/234043Neville_4.jpg"border=5>

    hope that helps the wait!

    Love,
    HW
    Last edited by Hollywood; 10-02-2005 at 10:31 AM.

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    Thank you Very much

    That is TOO funny, I quess I will have to do something with the saddle!!
    Man you certainly take some good SHOTS.
    Thanks heaps for taking the time to do the photos.
    I definately have to buy you some BEERS if we ever meet.
    Thanks again.
    Neville.
    I hopefully will have it home real soon.

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    I'm with Martini.

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    Why oh why....

    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood
    Dateline: Las Vegas

    I had the extreme pleasure of visiting Brent at the PW booth and squeezing, stroking, touching some of the steel and ti goodness that was on display. One of which was our own beloved Neville's new creation (no, not his custom PW trash can caddy....that's still in R&D).

    It's Big. It's Black. It's Beautiful. Neville must be a big boy because this bike is size Large with a capital L. I'm six-one and could barely get a leg over the top tube - forget about reaching the saddle. Aosty and I convinced Brent to let us wheel it around the expo to find a better backdrop than the cluttered booth. Not that there's anything wrong with Phil Wood clutter, but you get the idea. We each agreed to leave one testicle behind and set out on our adventure.

    Walking the bike through the expo, I might as well had Charlize Theron on my arm wearing a sheer neglige and pumps. Conversations stopped, heads peeked around corners, business deals paused mid signature, glass pints dropped and shattered, grown men had looks on their faces that said "I've achieved nothing in my life." Aosty and I strutted the aisles like casino security guards rolling a case of $500 chips to the vault. "We might not own it, but its ours right now."

    First, a shot of the bike on display at Brent's booth -
    <img src="https://gallery.mtbr.com/data/mtbr/515/234043Neville_11.jpg"border=5>


    Next, an enhanced photo, because we could. (Forgive me Nev, but for this photo I told them it was mine. The one in the middle seemed to really like it too)
    <img src="https://gallery.mtbr.com/data/mtbr/562/234043neville_2.jpg"border=5>


    I was really tempted to take it for a spin, but was afraid I would get chain grease on my pants. So after several free booth beers, the only logical choice was to remove my pants from the equation. It rolls super smooth and people seemed really happy for me, as they were all smiling as I rode by.
    <img src="https://gallery.mtbr.com/data/mtbr/515/234043Neville_3.jpg"border=5>


    Close-up shot of the rear traingle:
    <img src="https://gallery.mtbr.com/data/mtbr/515/234043Neville_4.jpg"border=5>

    hope that helps the wait!

    Love,
    HW
    I would have loved those "cheek shots" of those three Girlies, but Your arse? Blagggh!!

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    delete!

    delete the text & photo links when you reply! Even I have trouble seeing my bare ass more than once per thread

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    Hope Yikes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood
    Dateline: Las Vegas

    I had the extreme pleasure of visiting Brent at the PW booth and squeezing, stroking, touching some of the steel and ti goodness that was on display. One of which was our own beloved Neville's new creation (no, not his custom PW trash can caddy....that's still in R&D).

    It's Big. It's Black. It's Beautiful. Neville must be a big boy because this bike is size Large with a capital L. I'm six-one and could barely get a leg over the top tube - forget about reaching the saddle. Aosty and I convinced Brent to let us wheel it around the expo to find a better backdrop than the cluttered booth. Not that there's anything wrong with Phil Wood clutter, but you get the idea. We each agreed to leave one testicle behind and set out on our adventure.

    Walking the bike through the expo, I might as well had Charlize Theron on my arm wearing a sheer neglige and pumps. Conversations stopped, heads peeked around corners, business deals paused mid signature, glass pints dropped and shattered, grown men had looks on their faces that said "I've achieved nothing in my life." Aosty and I strutted the aisles like casino security guards rolling a case of $500 chips to the vault. "We might not own it, but its ours right now."

    First, a shot of the bike on display at Brent's booth -
    <img src="https://gallery.mtbr.com/data/mtbr/515/234043Neville_11.jpg"border=5>


    Next, an enhanced photo, because we could. (Forgive me Nev, but for this photo I told them it was mine. The one in the middle seemed to really like it too)
    <img src="https://gallery.mtbr.com/data/mtbr/562/234043neville_2.jpg"border=5>


    I was really tempted to take it for a spin, but was afraid I would get chain grease on my pants. So after several free booth beers, the only logical choice was to remove my pants from the equation. It rolls super smooth and people seemed really happy for me, as they were all smiling as I rode by.
    <img src="https://gallery.mtbr.com/data/mtbr/515/234043Neville_3.jpg"border=5>


    Close-up shot of the rear traingle:
    <img src="https://gallery.mtbr.com/data/mtbr/515/234043Neville_4.jpg"border=5>

    hope that helps the wait!

    Love,
    HW
    Why Why Why?

    Maybe you should share your leg shaving tips with…..ahhh… never mind.

    The bike and skeezers are sweet!

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    Ain't true

    I guess it was too much to hope that "What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood
    delete the text & photo links when you reply! Even I have trouble seeing my bare ass more than once per thread
    I think you owe that man a new saddle...and a bottle of disinfectant for the top tube

    Truly a wealth of useless information.


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    As Krusty the Clown once said...

    ...and burn that seat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood

    I was really tempted to take it for a spin, but was afraid I would get chain grease on my pants. So after several free booth beers, the only logical choice was to remove my pants from the equation. It rolls super smooth and people seemed really happy for me, as they were all smiling as I rode by.
    <img src="https://gallery.mtbr.com/data/mtbr/515/234043Neville_3.jpg"border=5>


    Close-up shot of the rear traingle:
    <img src="https://gallery.mtbr.com/data/mtbr/515/234043Neville_4.jpg"border=5>

    hope that helps the wait!

    Love,
    HW
    These photos might just be good enought for https://www.thefge.com/

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    The lesson learned?


    Never trust this guy with a combination of hotties, a camera, free beer and expensive bikes... especially when they are not his.

    Thanks for making me spit water all over the place, my wife thinks your hot
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    Aaaaeeeiiii!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! My eyes!

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    Dude, that is too funny! Thanks for the laugh. My SO enjoyed the post too.

    TD (lmfao)

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    LOL!

    BTW, HW, the girl on the left says...
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    My Eyes.........

    ARE BURNING!!!!! AHHHHHHHHHHHhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh................ .........

    LOL, that is WAYYYY to funny HW. I also like how you posted it over on the "chic thread".
    Also, very nice work by Phil Wood.
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    "What do you want to see at Interbike?"

    That's what Gregg asked in some post somewhere. The first response I thought of was, "Hollywood passed out drunk in an alley getting ass raped by a homeless guy." Well, my mom always said, "If you don't have anything nice to say, don't say anything at all" so I didn't. Now that I've been subjected to your aforementioned lily-white ass, against my will, I may be a bit less politically correct in the future.

    Oh, nice ride Neville. I'd put a different saddle on it if I were you.

    Anyone read Nolly's Interbike rip-off story on the DH board? Wild.
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    Quote Originally Posted by screampint
    Aaaaeeeiiii!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! My eyes!
    yeah? Let's see your goods, hotcakes.

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    now that's a nice a...SS and I know a nice a...SS when I a...see one!
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    AAAAAAAHHH! My retinas!

    Thanks, Hollywood. Will you donate your eyes to me now. I seem to have scratched my eyes out while looking at that last shot.

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    Ugh

    I first viewed this thread yesterday and was too speechless to post a reply at the time. I'm still speechless, but in viewing the post a second time I've discovered I have a question... why the %$#& did I come back?!?

    It's like watching a train wreck... totally awful but impossible to turn away.

    Keep it up, HW. You've definitely got a gift for photojournalism. A very, very twisted gift.

    Maybe see you at IB or SO one of these years again, eh. Oh, and don't forget that Barbie Camp happens Oct. 28-30 THIS MONTH. Yeah, c'mon... at least TRY to be there, woodja? The grrls miss your lily-white candyass.

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    Well, I'm glad.........

    Well, I'm glad I broke wood this morning.

    Otherwise 'Wood would have prevented any wood from breaking after these fotos .

    We are shootin' for the SSSSS2 around May '06. We couldn't drain the keg in it's inaugural(sp?) year. 2006, I hope that we can't empty three kegs in '06.
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    Remember the slogan.

    One rear is enough!

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    Great obs Shiggy. I was too busy looking at the bike. Honestly!!!

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    Oh my. umm.. nice bike?

    you are a freak, in a good way.
    Only boring people get bored.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood
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    Dude, I totally know that chick on the left. Where was she from? So weird. I know her from somewhere.

    Nice post, Jeff. Wish we coulda hooked up. You'd be fun to go out with in vegas.

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    another Hollywood pic from Ibike
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