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Lets Go!
Hey Guys and Gals,

I recently just started riding my mountain bike again around the San Fernando Valley/Santa Monica Mountains.

Does anyone need some company? My friends are all lazy!

I'm not too advanced or anything, but I'm up for a challenge or something new!

Posted by ToughChick a 22 year old from Northridge, CA on 01/27/07

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  • Re: Lets Go!
    learn2trolltheinternet
    Posted by Crzyridr33 a 34 year old Die-hard Enthusiast riding a SantaBansheeCruzBlurr on 01/27/07

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    • Re: Lets Go!
      nice
      Posted by Diamondback a Cross-Country Rider riding a Santa Cruz Bullit Spider from LaCanada on 01/27/07

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  • Re: Lets Go!
    Don't act like you have any clue as to what you're doing. You and your bikes are a laughingstock. Gee, I guess you're right. Nobody has ever heard about the origins of mountain biking. Please enlighten us. They were forced to experiment because mountain bikes and mountain bike parts didn't exist yet. The reason they kept upgrading and inventing was because the stuff they experimented with was unsafe and didn't work well, and people started getting seriously hurt. There is no excuse for that today. You could have found the exact spec you needed for around the same price. You thought you could save some money by using an out-of-spec substitute (f*ck it, it's close enough, right?) Don't try to act like you are some misunderstood bike genius tinkering around with geometries and spring rates. You're just dumb and drunk. That's all. And you don't know sh!t about me so keep your opinions to yourself. Every MTB I've ever owned were built from the frame up and maintained solely with my own two hands. And all of my bikes are quality builds, with special attention paid to bike purpose, riding style, quality of parts, and aesthetics, in that order. Your bikes have no thought put into them whatsoever, other than what parts you can get on special from Performance or Mr. Chin's bargain box. I would honestly be embarrassed to ever claim to have ridden one of your bikes, let alone own one and post pictures of it on the internet. A bike, like a car, is a reflection of its owner. Your bikes are living, festering proof of this. (Could someone please post some pictures of FatScat's abominations? It's been a few months anyway, so we're overdue.) Experimenting with a camshaft, or cylinder heads, or intake/exhaust systems on a 69 Camaro is one thing, but you wouldn't put a 4" lift with off-road tires on there would you? Well, maybe you would.
    Posted by GRide on 01/23/07
    Posted by Diamondback a Cross-Country Rider riding a Santa Cruz Bullit Spider from LaCanada on 01/27/07

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    • Re: Lets Go!
      True story.
      Posted by GRide on 01/29/07

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      • Re: Lets Go!
        Yep...I was there...
        Posted by Crzyridr33 a 34 year old Die-hard Enthusiast riding a SantaBansheeCruzBlurr on 01/29/07

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        • Re: Lets Go!
          (AlGore) and I invented the wheel (/AlGore)
          Posted by Freaky franky riding a bush load of silk on 01/29/07

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          • Re: Lets Go!
            Helen's decided to give me an 07' P3 frame since the sizing was wrong for the 06'....

            :^D

            crzyridr33 <--- very, very happy


            Posted by Crzyridr33 a 34 year old Die-hard Enthusiast riding a SantaBansheeCruzBlurr on 01/30/07

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            • Re: Lets Go!
              Who cares? Let's see a pic of the old hag! ;)
              Posted by GRide on 01/30/07

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              • Re: Lets Go!
                Ok....

                I know this guy...and he knows funny...

                ....THAT, my friend...was funny..


                ;)
                Posted by Crzyridr33 a 34 year old Die-hard Enthusiast riding a SantaBansheeCruzBlurr on 01/30/07

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                • Re: Lets Go!
                  A-ee Papi, que chulo !
                  can I get a ride with chu ? ;~p
                  Posted by Freaky franky riding a 7 to 1 ratio at gym, sweet ! on 01/31/07

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                  • Re: Lets Go!
                    ju got de noomber mang...

                    jus peek up da phong

                    :)

                    getting fitted on Saturday at 1:30 with Monty...2nd floor...
                    Posted by Crzyridr33 a 34 year old Die-hard Enthusiast riding a SantaBansheeCruzBlurr on 01/31/07

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      • Re: Lets Go!
        Snopes.com agrees, this is NOT just an urban legend.
        Posted by Duggle a ancient year old riding a Thorn from San Diego on 01/30/07

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