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    Single speeders kick ass at OP 24 hr race!!

    The race was the best for the hardcore single speed hammer heads of MTB racing. Kino Seymore and Roger Lackey and Mike Melly. Nelson Snyder set a fast 1st few laps but was dropped like a outhouse toliet set and blew up. Roger and Kino were only 6 mins apart going into the 16 lap. These guys were hammer it out while people were giving it all to Tinker.Not that there not goog but, try pushing that same gear for 18 laps and see what happens, Kino comes out 1st this time, Roger is headed to the Coolest 24 hr in May next and maybe Kino too for the $850.00 in prize money. It was a great race, a bit too much on the high winds and allot of dust.

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    ... and if we just ...

    Dude, pics?? Come-on, no hanging out carrots out in front of us!! Got any??

    *Good to hear as far as the write up!!!

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    His name is Kimo. Great guy.
    If you're lucky enough to be in the mountains,
    you're lucky enough.

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    Do you know if Kimo was riding 26" or 29" wheels and do you know what was his gear ?

    Let me know I am curious


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    Kimo was on a Rig 29er.
    If you're lucky enough to be in the mountains,
    you're lucky enough.

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    Do you have any idea what kind of gear ratio he had?

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    not sure, but probably 32x16.
    If you're lucky enough to be in the mountains,
    you're lucky enough.

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