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Old 09-20-2008, 05:23 PM
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Ok, not bad. You need to wash that dirt off the front shock, tighten up the brak lever,
2 more pounds of air in the front tire and take 1 out of the back. Chain looks like it needs some oil and your filter is dirty. Other than that, I like it
Hmm... you're right. I didn't see it the first time. Good eye, Freak. Good eye.
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Old 09-20-2008, 05:27 PM
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So Grieby,you comin out of retirement?You know this site is iresistable
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Old 09-20-2008, 05:30 PM
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Hah... unlikely. There's a thread or two I'll participate in occasionally, but I've got other things I should be spending my time on. I'm sitting here with my "Statistics for the Behavioral Science" book right next to my laptop saying, "Uhm... Sam, you have homework you should be doing right now."

I check in every now and again, but I'm not likely to become a daily poster again.
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Old 09-20-2008, 05:39 PM
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Hah... unlikely. There's a thread or two I'll participate in occasionally, but I've got other things I should be spending my time on. I'm sitting here with my "Statistics for the Behavioral Science" book right next to my laptop saying, "Uhm... Sam, you have homework you should be doing right now."

I check in every now and again, but I'm not likely to become a daily poster again.
Do you still get to ride regularly?
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Old 09-20-2008, 05:47 PM
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Do you still get to ride regularly?
Unfortunately, no. Not right now anways. My bike is still in the process of a rebuild since my crash, and I've only ridden Miles's bike once since I've been "ok'ed" to ride. Hopefully I'll have the bike back together before the GMB and then I'll be able to ride on a weekly basis again.

During the summer, though, I was riding about 3 times a week, and working out the days I wasn't riding.
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Those pictures are of me on Miles's bike a couple weeks ago, by the way. It was my first ride back since injury.
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During the summer, though, I was riding about 3 times a week, and working out the days I wasn't riding.
I only get to ride 1 a week,twice if Im lucky.Hope your bike gets fixed up soon,maybe some aftermarket goodies.
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Too broke for aftermarket hahaha. I'll just be happy with a running bike.
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Old 09-20-2008, 06:14 PM
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I'll just be happy with a running bike.
I know the feeling,I am missing %30 percent of compression on my little thumper
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I know the feeling,I am missing %30 percent of compression on my little thumper
Ouch dude. I'd take a little break and get that thing fixed before it blows up on you mid-air or something. If you wait, it could be a safety issue as well as being more expensive to fix.
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