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Fri Nov 04, 2016 3:07 pm

Everyone loves to ride a bicycle.
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The second post in this thread shall forever be documentation of the fact that I, in fact, am completely ambivalent about riding bicycles, nor have I done so in approximately 10 years.
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Fri Nov 04, 2016 3:22 pm

I rode the steel bike on Tuesday on final pizza ride. Basically ride to the bar and back. Was ok.

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Fri Nov 04, 2016 3:25 pm

Calvinball wrote:The second post in this thread shall forever be documentation of the fact that I, in fact, am completely ambivalent about riding bicycles, nor have I done so in approximately 10 years.
And here is where our parallel universes diverge.
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Johnny_P wrote:I rode the steel bike on Tuesday on final pizza ride. Basically ride to the bar and back. Was ok.
I helped @fledonfoot buy a new bike for his woman on Wednesday night while DFD1 was burning to the ground.
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The old DFD more just vanished than burned. I was writing a Volt review for Max when it just poofed away when I hit submit.
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My guess would be that Chris took some time off because he has read the dialogue on this page 1,345 times and decided to spend some of his free time doing something besides beating a horse to death.

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Detroit wrote:The old DFD more just vanished than burned. I was writing a Volt review for Max when it just poofed away when I hit submit.
Detroit broke DFD1 :mindblown: :sad:

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Detroit wrote:The old DFD more just vanished than burned. I was writing a Volt review for Max when it just poofed away when I hit submit.
Detroit broke DFD1 :mindblown: :sad:
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My guess would be that Chris took some time off because he has read the dialogue on this page 1,345 times and decided to spend some of his free time doing something besides beating a horse to death.

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Johnny_P wrote:I rode the steel bike on Tuesday on final pizza ride. Basically ride to the bar and back. Was ok.
I helped @fledonfoot buy a new bike for his woman on Wednesday night while DFD1 was burning to the ground.
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2017 Liv Embolden 2, by Giant. It's basically a women's specific Giant Stance.

I took it for a quick ride around the block and despite the funky women's geometry, it's a smooth, relaxed trail bike with 5" of front and rear travel. It's an impressive bike for the money. Just need to dial her in for the wife and it should last her a long, long time.

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Rad colors

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Johnny_P wrote:Rad colors
It's got some eyeball. Just need to get some tape and I'll get it tubeless soon enough for her.

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Fri Nov 04, 2016 10:17 pm

Tubeless would be nice and save a bit of weight / rolling resistance.

Lock on grips if it doesn't have it.

Nicer bike than what I have.

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Fri Nov 04, 2016 10:42 pm

Johnny_P wrote:Tubeless would be nice and save a bit of weight / rolling resistance.

Lock on grips if it doesn't have it.

Nicer bike than what I have.
Me too.

Dat Niner doe, it's done good by me.
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Johnny_P wrote:Tubeless would be nice and save a bit of weight / rolling resistance.

Lock on grips if it doesn't have it.

Nicer bike than what I have.
Me too.

Dat Niner doe, it's done good by me.
You have a good bike. Mine is decent too, really. I don't ride it enough to justify anything else. A gravel-ish or cross-y bike would be a good addition for me though. Get that, get rid of my steel bike, replace that with a cheap 30 lb POS hipster fixie.

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Me too.

Dat Niner doe, it's done good by me.
You have a good bike. Mine is decent too, really. I don't ride it enough to justify anything else. A gravel-ish or cross-y bike would be a good addition for me though. Get that, get rid of my steel bike, replace that with a cheap 30 lb POS hipster fixie.
Oh it's good, and solid... just old.

Waiting for the fork or the wheels to catastrophically fail one day.
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Johnny_P wrote: You have a good bike. Mine is decent too, really. I don't ride it enough to justify anything else. A gravel-ish or cross-y bike would be a good addition for me though. Get that, get rid of my steel bike, replace that with a cheap 30 lb POS hipster fixie.
Oh it's good, and solid... just old.

Waiting for the fork or the wheels to catastrophically fail one day.
That day will then be known to all as "NEW BIKE DAY"

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Zillon wrote:
Oh it's good, and solid... just old.

Waiting for the fork or the wheels to catastrophically fail one day.
That day will then be known to all as "NEW BIKE DAY"
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If anyone's looking for a WifeBike, I have a medium 2011 GTw Avalanche 2.0 Disc, with SRAM X7 drivetrain, Avid Juicy 3 brakes and a new RockShox coil fork and a bunch of other stuff. It's just about mint.

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Walmart mountain bike. It is :notbad: for $150.
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razr390 wrote:Walmart mountain bike. It is :notbad: for $150.
This is not :scrooge: bike thread.
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Zillon wrote:
razr390 wrote:Walmart mountain bike. It is :notbad: for $150.
This is not :scrooge: bike thread.
:dafuq:

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Zillon wrote: This is not :scrooge: bike thread.
:dafuq:

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Sat Nov 05, 2016 6:23 pm

Took the wife out to the trails today.

Bike fits her like a glove. She loves it. She's super comfortable on it and you could see the confidence she had that wasn't there on the other one.

Even to the point where she washed out in dry leaves, flipped off it and probably broke her arm.

A year TO THE DAY after the accident in the mini. Same arm, too.

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razr390 wrote:Walmart mountain bike. It is :notbad: for $150.
It is bad if you take it on a trail. Not bad around town.

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fledonfoot wrote:Took the wife out to the trails today.

Bike fits her like a glove. She loves it. She's super comfortable on it and you could see the confidence she had that wasn't there on the other one.

Even to the point where she washed out in dry leaves, flipped off it and probably broke her arm.

A year TO THE DAY after the accident in the mini. Same arm, too.

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Fuuuuuuuuu sorry man :sad:

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