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    Newbs first post

    Well after spending a couple summers taking my dads Enduro for joy rides when ever i could (sad for a 26 year old to have to steel his dads bike) I broke down and bought my first ride, so here it is. 2011 Specialized HardRock Disc 29er


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    Nice, my friend has an 08 hardrock and loves it. Enjoy.

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    Wow that first pic really blue me away! Nice bike, I'm building up a Hardrock for a friend of mine as we type (speak)

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    Nice ride. It is incredible how far Specialized go with colour coordination theses days - even down to the seat rails.

    Remove those spoke reflectors right away. They're bloody dangerous.

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    Thats a nice bike and beautiful scenery in the back ground. You and your Dad go riding yet? A salute to our Veterans too.Thanks for all you do! (I noticed your tag)
    Disclaimer: Always get a second opinion cause I'm just guessing

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    Quote Originally Posted by DSG
    Nice ride. It is incredible how far Specialized go with colour coordination theses days - even down to the seat rails.

    Remove those spoke reflectors right away. They're bloody dangerous.
    LOL, that pic with it on the back of my jeep was about 15 min after i picked it up, notice the one where i am standing by it on the trail they are gone. and I love the blue, i could do without the blue front end on it, just a little too much I think. Oh well, it will be replaced soon enough

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    Quote Originally Posted by 00sable
    Thats a nice bike and beautiful scenery in the back ground. You and your Dad go riding yet? A salute to our Veterans too.Thanks for all you do! (I noticed your tag)
    We are riding together for the first time tonight, and thank you for the salute, I am proud to do it

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    Very attractive Hardrock.
    Nice jeep too!
    Have fun riding.

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    wow that blue is awesome!

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    Very nice

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    Did you get a nice blue helmet to go along with it?

    I saw some blue suede shimano shoes at a swap meet this winter that would have gone well too.

    I'm not being sarcastic. I really liked the shoes too, almost regret not buying them, but they were seriously blue, and the blue suede shoes jokes would have been unavoidable.

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    Wow...spesh really had fun with certain colors this year.

    Enjoy it.....you've just stepped into a world of addiction....in a good way
    Go Solar...

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    Quote Originally Posted by larlev
    Wow...spesh really had fun with certain colors this year.

    Enjoy it.....you've just stepped into a world of addiction....in a good way

    Ill put it on the list with Jeeps and the Gym

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    Quote Originally Posted by GymRat29er
    Ill put it on the list with Jeeps and the Gym
    Haha...there are worst things we could do.

    Mine is golf, drums, and FJ40's....
    Go Solar...

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