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Old 07-24-2014, 03:39 PM   #2221
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I came across these pictures on MTBR just now, 949racing tubeless setup, lol!




The guy said it's been working great for him, really cracked me up to see 949 alum valve stems on a bike.

Emilio, when are you going to make these in presta form? (only kind of joking).
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I came across these pictures on MTBR just now, 949racing tubeless setup, lol!


The guy said it's been working great for him, really cracked me up to see 949 alum valve stems on a bike.

Emilio, when are you going to make these in presta form? (only kind of joking).
Yup. Had to reduced min order qty to 2 valves a few years ago in response to that.
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I am stupid and don't like cool things.
Truth.
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gimme a polka-dot jersey:



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Had a nice mid-week ride with the lady, took her on the longest ride she's been on yet. I got her a new bike about a month ago, and she's been enjoying riding to scenic places in the mountains you can't really get without a bike.

Ride is about ~13 miles total, mostly uphill going, mostly downhill back. We got caught in a full-on monsoon with hail and flooding about 5 miles from the car. Craziest flooding and whatnot I've ever seen on a trail. This pic is from when we got to the bottom, so a lot of the mud was flung off the bikes by then. At one point we hit "adobe" mud that clogged up the bikes and we had to walk in the rain for a bit. Was pretty sweet, and she had a blast despite it all.



Ride safe guys

Nice.

Getting to ride with your friends is great, but getting to ride with a wife/future wife is the best. Lets see some trail pics out there in that part of the world.
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Nice.

Getting to ride with your friends is great, but getting to ride with a wife/future wife is the best. Lets see some trail pics out there in that part of the world.
This is SO true. I love riding hard with the guys, but it's a whole other experience to have a scenic more leisurely ride with the lady. She's really been impressing me, she rode 12 miles yesterday, we got caught in a huge hail storm and had to ride back in death mud, and she still had to work the next day.

Here's some random pictures i dug up of trails around here:







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mmmmm salivating, those are great

I think you need a motocross bike as well for that part of the world.......
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This is SO true. I love riding hard with the guys, but it's a whole other experience to have a scenic more leisurely ride with the lady. She's really been impressing me, she rode 12 miles yesterday, we got caught in a huge hail storm and had to ride back in death mud, and she still had to work the next day.

Here's some random pictures i dug up of trails around here:
Life is good! Thanks for the pics.
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mmmmm salivating, those are great

I think you need a motocross bike as well for that part of the world.......
I agree entirely, although I think a DH/gravity oriented pedal bike is going to be my next venture. Right now though I'm just gonna ride the **** out of what I have and save money for a bit.

I really want a cross bike too, and a new mountain bike, and ...

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Life is good! Thanks for the pics.
That it is!
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I've started noticing more of these on the streets of Manhattan:

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I've started noticing more of these on the streets of Manhattan:

So its a scooter with a really big front wheel? hipsters must go nuts over them.
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I've started noticing more of these on the streets of Manhattan:
Presumably because they are so terrible in every way that not even bike thieves want them?
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Almost full circle back to the velocipede!


Or this wonderment:
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Whoever is doing the design at Raleigh is doing a great job. Some of the best looking bikes made.
You're such a smart *** that I can never tell when you're being serious.
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AWESOME NM pics.
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You're such a smart *** that I can never tell when you're being serious.
They look good.

Check the 2015 Felt CX bike:
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Positive experience: hillkiller.com

They're making me jerseys and waiving the $50 art fee since I'm only changing colors around and not altering the design. I asked what size they thought I'd be and they rushed me a sampling of sizes to try on, with a return envelope and label. Stand up dudes.
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Positive experience: hillkiller.com

They're making me jerseys and waiving the $50 art fee since I'm only changing colors around and not altering the design. I asked what size they thought I'd be and they rushed me a sampling of sizes to try on, with a return envelope and label. Stand up dudes.
Speaking of....
What ever happened to this:
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949 Racing cycling jersey. Good idea. ............................................
Anybody have the skills to design it and format the file for screen printing?
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25 year Miatas @ MRLS jersey with sponsors subsidizing the cost?

Miatas at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca
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Speaking of....
What ever happened to this:
Sigh.. it's on the to do list. Voler was supposed to send me a sample jersey. That was a year ago. Guessing they forgot.
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