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BlueDemon
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Aug 08, 2014 10:01 |  #166

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My new scott. What bags do you guys use to bike with? Been wanting to take my 1d and 70-200 out on the trail with me.

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Aug 08, 2014 12:55 as a reply to BlueDemon's post |  #167

Home built cruiser

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Aug 08, 2014 18:14 |  #168

IMO static shots of bikes are hard to do in an interesting way -usually it's pretty much basically a snapshot. This one is not, I really like it, good choice to shoot your bike in it's native element ! Great shots !


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Aug 16, 2014 01:38 |  #169

how does one have the bike stand up like that?


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Aug 16, 2014 08:30 |  #170

TustinMike wrote in post #17084814external link
IMO static shots of bikes are hard to do in an interesting way -usually it's pretty much basically a snapshot. This one is not, I really like it, good choice to shoot your bike in it's native element ! Great shots !

Thanks man, and funny running into you over here!

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how does one have the bike stand up like that?

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That stand is on the rear wheel.


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Aug 28, 2014 17:14 |  #171

Here is one I snapped yesterday. Transition Clunker...rode down to check out the hurricane swells. IT is actually just freestanding in the sand.

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speedync
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Sep 10, 2014 06:06 |  #172

Ha ha. Just spotted this thread. I've ridden bicycles on & off for many years. There was no such thing as mountain bikes when I first started, & I couldn't handle the seating & fixed gearing of BMX's. So it was 10 speed racers for a long time. Then along came mountain bikes. Finally bought one off a mate quite a few years back. The alloy frame was rescued from the rubbish tip, he painted it up, and I upgraded a lot of the parts to reasonable Shimano kit. Here she is

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Had a bit of a motorcycle accident, had to sit on the couch for a couple of months, & got a bit fat :) Started doing a lot more riding to knock off some weight. Local bike shop had a 30% off sale, & I ended up with this :) First decent MB

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Jamis Nemesis 650 sport. 27.5 inch wheel set. Loved it. Put over 3000 kms on it over about 7 months. Was looking for some tubes for some narrower tyres I got for it, after the knobbies dumped me on the wet road twice within a kilometer, still recovering from said accident, walked into a bike shop, & spotted this :)

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Hmmmm. Must have. I have a couple of KTM motorcycles. This just puts the icing on the cake. Every motorcyclist NEEDS a Carbon Fibre 29 inch KTM mountain bike. I am utterly & totally enamored with it. Carbon Fibre was made for mountain bikes. It rides absolutely beautifully. It just glides along, absorbing all those harsh vibrations & shocks, yet is still rock solid. No idea why the 27.5 inch wheels are taking over. 29 inch are fantastic. They roll over anything, rocks, tree roots, logs. stairs, whatever. And they fly on the sealed tracks. Upgraded to 180 mm disc brakes, better hubs & a few other parts. This one's a keeper :)



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Sep 10, 2014 13:01 |  #173

Great story Speedy! Really appreciated seeing the progression! The way you feel about MTB is the way i feel about road bikes :)


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Sep 20, 2014 18:04 |  #174

Same damn old bicycle :lol:.

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Sep 20, 2014 21:19 |  #175

DarthVader wrote in post #17167739 (external link)
Same damn old bicycle :lol:.

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long live the trek 820, we still sell the heck out of them at work. even with all the new wheel sizes and cool tech, the old 820 hasnt changed much other then color and still gets more folks riding quailty bikes then any other bike on the market. :D


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Sep 20, 2014 23:06 |  #176

mikeb540 wrote in post #17167972external link
long live the trek 820, we still sell the heck out of them at work. even with all the new wheel sizes and cool tech, the old 820 hasnt changed much other then color and still gets more folks riding quailty bikes then any other bike on the market. :D

Yeah it's made like a tank :).


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Dec 03, 2014 17:02 |  #177

Riding in the cold.

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My camera doesn't take great pictures.....I do! :rolleyes:
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Dec 03, 2014 17:03 |  #178

50 miles into a 100 mile ride.

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Dec 03, 2014 18:21 |  #179

Here are my bicycles! I just started getting into road and enjoying it somewhat more than mountain. Both are fun though!

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Dec 04, 2014 09:22 |  #180

Here's one of my bikes shot when I only had a Fuji S9500. An exceptionally rare Ricardo.

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