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    I want one of those on my local trails. That was I can finally sport a Highline for XC. I want one as they are on sale. Plus I hear the seatstay will be carbon fiber.
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    I have no content to add here, as they ride harder than I do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tidybeard
    I have no content to add here, as they ride harder than I do.
    You know, they probably ride harder than I do too. But if it wasn't for walking on the climbs, I'd get hardly any exercise at all...

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    Bwahahah, and you have to PAY for it??? what if your foot slips off? ride real fast and catch up?

    That thing's got Homer written all over it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by deadbolt
    You know, they probably ride harder than I do too. But if it wasn't for walking on the climbs, I'd get hardly any exercise at all...
    We'll have to go for a ride/walk one day. Do you like to stop for coffee and donuts half way around, too?

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    I gotta remember to post that on the Colorado Forum when the worn out topic of shuttling the Apex trail pops up again...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tidybeard
    We'll have to go for a ride/walk one day. Do you like to stop for coffee and donuts half way around, too?
    You stop for for donuts??? lazy bastid!

    Faster is better, even when it's not.

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    I thought that was the new Ergon Krispy Kreme special.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bikezilla
    You stop for for donuts??? lazy bastid!

    based on that pic, a dozen donuts would fit under the stem topcap

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    That's where the spares are kept. Y'know, in case you drop one.
    Faster is better, even when it's not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bikezilla
    That's where the spares are kept. Y'know, in case you drop one.
    you are such a planner!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FoShizzle
    based on that pic, a dozen donuts would fit under the stem topcap
    2 on the stem cap and one on each handlebar. Too bad I have sworn off the KK until HIP.
    Nothing to see here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tidybeard
    We'll have to go for a ride/walk one day. Do you like to stop for coffee and donuts half way around, too?
    Are you kidding me??? I don't have time to stop. It takes me 4 or 5 hours to do a 2 hour ride as it is!

    As for the coffee and donuts, I use a blender to puree them. I've found that 6 glazed donuts and 70 ounces of coffee makes just the right consistency and fills a 100 ounce Camelbak nicely.

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    That looks like it takes more finesse riding than I am capable of anyway - which also explains the humiliation I face when trying to ride 'drag' lifts on a snowboard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deadbolt
    Are you kidding me??? I don't have time to stop. It takes me 4 or 5 hours to do a 2 hour ride as it is!

    As for the coffee and donuts, I use a blender to puree them. I've found that 6 glazed donuts and 70 ounces of coffee makes just the right consistency and fills a 100 ounce Camelbak nicely.
    Great idea. I learn something every day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rmac
    That looks like it takes more finesse riding than I am capable of anyway - which also explains the humiliation I face when trying to ride 'drag' lifts on a snowboard.
    I'm a master at falling on my ass halfway up drag lifts

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    is that bike lift spd compatible?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickhart
    is that bike lift spd compatible?
    they should lower their gd an inch too so as not to strech their legs

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