The myNudies biking thread

Discussion in 'Anything' started by offyatree, Feb 16, 2009.

  1. offyatree New Member

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    you are absolutely damn right, atzec! you bought the high or low version? they stick to your pedals like spider claws!
     
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    ^i bought the low one. i tried them on and didn´t like the feeling of the high one.
    and also there´s no high version of the sam hill, and i really thought that this one looks flashier then the ugly regular "impact" (not that it really matters, when you´re on the bike, but whatever...)
     
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    they are gonna get dirty anyways.
     
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    true.
     
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    this video isn't mine but it uses the same helmet cam i bought, and this video was shot at whistler bike park. check it out guys. every mountain biker should at least come and try riding the world famous bike park!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KHvsikuoM9A
     
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    I've always wanted to that. I used to do a lot of Freeride Mountain Biking, but "unfortunately" I moved away from the alps, so I bought a fixed gear to get some riding. But it can't compete at all... But it's great to see that here's somebody from the north shore, posting very nice pics, makes me wish I could do more biking:-x
     
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    http://img710.imageshack.us/img710/4945/sany1237.jpg

    So, here are my two bikes, I know that the Langster will offend the fixie maniacs, but I only use it as substitute for my mountainbike while in hamburg:mrgreen: And, of course, I love the colour!

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    Sorry, fvcked the last post up :oops:
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    I just spent some money on my bike again...
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    white decal version
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    gunmetal
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    crappy phone pic
     
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    Did you buy all of those pedals? I like the pink ones very much, would match perfect with a race face atlas bar...
     
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    nice marzocchi 66, man! which one are you using? RC?
     
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    It's a 66 RC2X from 2006. Still works fine for me...
     
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    great fork indeed. i work for marzocchi :).
     
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    as stated underneath the picture: "gunmetal" ;-)
     
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    Now that's good to hear, I'v e always been a fan, since the early Z1 in 1997 with 100 mm travel. Before the 66 I rode an 2005 All Mountain 1 in desert yellow (still got it), which was a fine fork, too. But i wanted sonmething stiffer and something white:mrgreen:
     
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    bought my first bike in a long while...
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    second hand. Needs some bits and pieces, but it was a decent price
     
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    you must be a big tall guy to ride that big frame, eh?
     
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    Sweet!
     
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    haha 6'2" with most of my height coming from my legs. The guy I bought it off is substantially shorter than me, so I guess it would have been huge for him
     
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    brooks seat

    hey what do you think of this seat i just carved up, i wish i had a xtra $120 to start over again, but for a first try its not bad right?? anyone have any experience w/ carving leather? i went w/ a women seat so there is more surface area to work with, i have yet to even ride on it.
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