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    Turner Spot Blingage

    The I9's finally arrived





    -ROXY

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    Oaktown represent!

    Ohh man, those are bright! One of the most unique Spots I have ever seen. Perfect for nickel dime territory.

    Ride SFO, great people!

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    Wow, those wheels are hot. That spot looks just as choppered out as mine. How do you like it?


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    I love the black and pink. That banana seat.....holy cow, it's long
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    Quote Originally Posted by smitty22s
    That spot looks just as choppered out as mine. How do you like it?
    The bike felt twitchy when I had a smaller fork....130RLC (with 5.1" rockers).

    I got the Lyrik soon after the PUSH rockers. It took me a while to get used to the new fork, as the front end tends to wander on the steeper, rocky climbs.

    Despite the slower steering, descending was much more stable, and having the propedal on the DHX definitely helped with the climbs.

    How do you like your setup?
    -ROXY

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    ...that looks like a girl's bike...


    Sweet!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by xjbebop
    ...that looks like a girl's bike...


    Sweet!!
    It IS a girl's bike
    -ROXY

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    *applause*
    very lovely (you seen those pink hope minis...?)
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    Quote Originally Posted by swan lee
    *applause*
    very lovely (you seen those pink hope minis...?)
    I sure have!

    Can't seem to justify the price at this moment...
    -ROXY

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    Dang, those are bad-ass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zx6roxy
    The bike felt twitchy when I had a smaller fork....130RLC (with 5.1" rockers).

    I got the Lyrik soon after the PUSH rockers. It took me a while to get used to the new fork, as the front end tends to wander on the steeper, rocky climbs.

    Despite the slower steering, descending was much more stable, and having the propedal on the DHX definitely helped with the climbs.

    How do you like your setup?
    I'm diggin it. Rode some steep chunky trails the other day and the new forked soaked everything up. Would've gone heels up at least a couple times on my 130 zoke am1. I do have to be careful to weight the front wheel when hard cornering but my new 2.35 nevegal's been helping with that.

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    My eyeeeeeeeeeeeeees!

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    Quote Originally Posted by zx6roxy
    I sure have!

    Can't seem to justify the price at this moment...
    Magura is makin the Louise in pink now.
    I only ride bikes to fill the time when I'm not skiing.

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