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PostPosted: Fri Jul 31, 2009 11:05 am 
King of the Skip Monkeys
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I'm looking forward to this - my hunch is September will be warm and dry.

I'm not sure whether to build something specifically for this or bring the Zaskar.

If I build something, it will be challenging to the eyes, offensive and probably get me beaten up....


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Do it!!! :lol:


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what tire type is recommended?


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legrandefromage wrote:
what tire type is recommended?


Brightly coloured and mis-matching :lol:


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legrandefromage wrote:
what tire type is recommended?


Last year I was running 2.1's and they were fine.

I will probably use my 1.95 Megabites this year.

Expect mud and flints :lol:


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legrandefromage wrote:
what tire type is recommended?


sorry fella :lol: :lol: does it really matter when all of us old buggers are pushing our bikes up greasy rocks up a hill? :lol:


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Gonzalez wrote:
legrandefromage wrote:
what tire type is recommended?


sorry fella :lol: :lol: does it really matter when all of us old buggers are pushing our bikes up greasy rocks up a hill? :lol:


Listen sonny, I'm in good shape!

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I'm in good shape - round is a shape :D


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btw Big Cheese, I saw you mentioned you have some Muddy Fox bars in another post, do you stil have them? if so, do you have a pic? cheers

btw that's a quality pic, LMAO as them yung uns say


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Gonzalez wrote:
btw Big Cheese, I saw you mentioned you have some Muddy Fox bars in another post, do you stil have them? if so, do you have a pic? cheers

btw that's a quality pic, LMAO as them yung uns say


will sort a pic soonish.


Bike - <hands to forehead> I see.... drops.... road components... 26" wheels.. big ring 52/53t

expect some period correct drop 'off-road' madness from 1989.


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