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    Bruce Gordon

    This was posted over on the 29er forum. Thought you guys would appreciate it if you missed it.

    No it never stops hurting, but if you keep at it you can go faster.

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    That's great, thanks for sharing it.
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    Sweet. Thanks.
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    Cool stuff.

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    Cool vid and great bikes!---I grabbed a few screen shots for the thread:
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    I want to see a cage match between the Jack Taylor and one of these Gordon's. I'm diggin these bikes.
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    Just for reference how do you "grab screen shots"?

    And does anybody still make those tires?

    If not what are the most aggressive non 29er 700c tire out there?
    Last edited by modifier; 02-06-2011 at 11:16 AM.
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    I am on a mac, but you hit shift+command+3 for a whole-screen shot, and shift+command+4 for a targetable and scaleable rectangular area. Pause the video and snap away.

    Not sure how to do it on windows, anyone know?
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    If I could only have one bike - that'd be it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yo-Nate-y
    I am on a mac, but you hit shift+command+3 for a whole-screen shot, and shift+command+4 for a targetable and scaleable rectangular area. Pause the video and snap away.

    Not sure how to do it on windows, anyone know?

    PC doesn't have command. Maybe Ctrl is our command. I'll try that and see what happens.
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    Tried shift/control (function and alt) 3 and nothing happened. Also tried tools/ page info /media all with the vid paused and couldn't get an image to save. The vid is playing in Flash10 if that matters.

    Where's the pc guru when you need him
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    Quote Originally Posted by modifier
    Just for reference how do you "grab screen shots"?

    And does anybody still make those tires?

    If not what are the most aggressive non 29er 700c tire out there?
    Up until about five years ago, or so, you could still get Bruce Gordon's tires from him. I know of a guy that did back then. No idea if his stash is gone or not.

    Most aggressive non-29"er tire in 700c? That's easy. Panaracer FireCross 45mm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by modifier
    Tried shift/control (function and alt) 3 and nothing happened. Also tried tools/ page info /media all with the vid paused and couldn't get an image to save. The vid is playing in Flash10 if that matters.

    Where's the pc guru when you need him

    press and hold [alt] and then press [prt sc] to capture a screen shot of the active window and then open Paint and select Edit, Paste
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    Quote Originally Posted by IF52
    press and hold [alt] and then press [prt sc] to capture a screen shot of the active window and then open Paint and select Edit, Paste

    Have to try that. Have to admit I never even noticed the Prt Sc/Sys Rq key. Even though I get what I need to do done I'M sure there are all kinds of things the keyboard can do that I don't know about.

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    Really interesting video, thanks for posting. I remember my friend using those Nokian Hakkapelittas on his bike during winters (mid 80's), though his had the studs still intact It's actually pretty cool riding on snow/ice on a bike with studded tyres, you get a surprising amount of grip.

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