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Discussion in 'All Discussions' started by metard, Aug 10, 2016.
You need to try dh!
DH would probably kill me!
Down Hill that is, not Dry Humping.
all depends where you ride. Most mts have fun beginner trails
Downhill rules. I can ride singletrack but I'd rather DH any day over that.
yes it does
Ordered this for my 3 yr old's B-Day in Sept.
Kid's been tearing up the neighborhood and local BMX track with his balance bike. He's ready to start tooling on all y'alls kids!!
Most of you sound as if you never owned a bike before. Can that be possible here in 'merica??
I now have a new mountain bike, nothing fancy- a Trek model 820. Works for me. 21 gears and is great off road. It replaced a Schwinn Moab I had for 20 years or so. Bikes are great, especially on flat days for a ride up the coast.
If you don't want to get hurt biking, well then, don't fall, morons!!! bwahahahaha!!
ride around, trails, some mild bike parkour, just messing around really.
i hate the chain and derailer flopping around and making noise if i'm in ninja mode.
what's a better seat, saddle, prostate rest besides the stock one?
Make sure you get lights & reflectors. Very important if you ride at night.
I recommend this one!
^^^^^ I find it odd that a chick has a sack hanging from her bike. And if that is a dude, well he has a chicks ass. Not a good chicks ass. But a chicks ass none the less.
I ordered one from a local bicycle shop called hwy 58 bicycles it was around 89$ with Shipping but I don't know the name. It's a lot more padded and less pointed. Quite a bit less of a pain in the tush.
Also the chain doesn't flop much on mine unless im on like stairs or something I shouldn't be on
Sorry meTard- gonna sell my bike to little Ricky- me and little Ricky go way back...
I have a 3 gears trail andandastreeta.
Saddle choice is pretty subjective, but I like a Charge Spoon. It's not a "comfort seat" though...not a lot of padding at all really, but it's relatively small so it doesn't get in the way, it's light weight and inexpensive. The shape just works for me; pressure gets put on my sit bones rather than my tender bits.
I was a bike messenger in sanfran when I was young I used 3 gears for 2 years . U can custom that ***** pretty easy and put a fixed single to 21 gears if u want . Man I wish I had my old PK ripper and nickle platted mongoos
I would not be seen dead on that bike.....
SE has several PK Rippers out for adults now. 26", 29" and even a 26" fat tire version. He fat tire version (fat ripper) could be ridden on the sand.
Talk about wishing you had your old bikes...my mom had the vision to save an old mid 80's Redline of mine. My 4th grade race bike. I snatched it from her basemeant a few hrs ago. With 20" wheels I look like I belong in the circus riding it, but I still cruise the neighborhood on it once in a while.
Wow I didn't even know that they let you ride a bike!