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Postby j1a2c3k4a5l6
Fri Dec 09, 2011 3:29 pm

any single women on here live in the south and fancy a ride ( on the bikes of course hehe)
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Postby j1a2c3k4a5l6
Thu Jan 19, 2012 3:33 pm

take that as a no then
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Postby steve c
Fri Jan 20, 2012 12:18 pm

There are lady members of the forum, but perhaps are a little more active when the weather is better... Is it a pre-requisit that the lady be single ?? perhaps this could be misconstrued ?? maybe better to ask `any ladies' :wink:
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Postby chriZtine
Wed Apr 25, 2012 11:43 am

j1a2c3k4a5l6 wrote:any single women on here live in the south and fancy a ride ( on the bikes of course hehe)


One single woman here on a bike and fancying a ride! Live in the Bromley area. Always keen for a ride!
Regards,
Christine
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Postby pigman65
Wed Apr 25, 2012 12:39 pm

Lol ,i live in Bromley,what sort of riding do you do ?
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Postby steve c
Wed Apr 25, 2012 1:31 pm

Check her profile and her other post mate, bridleways, canal paths... she is looking into a 29er, concerns about only having 80mm travel forks (which actually isn't an issue with the type of riding she intends..)
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Postby pigman65
Wed Apr 25, 2012 2:20 pm

steve c wrote:Check her profile and her other post mate, bridleways, canal paths... she is looking into a 29er, concerns about only having 80mm travel forks (which actually isn't an issue with the type of riding she intends..)

Hi Steve,
where have you been hiding post Go Pro farce ? !!!
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Postby steve c
Wed Apr 25, 2012 4:37 pm

Work, work, work.... Its now the end of our winter season, the snow has been massive this year, the best in 50 years, and with this many slippy slidey days, we provide transport for transfers to and from the airport, around a 100 miles each way... Obviously no riding for us through the winter, skiing yes :D but the bikes are put away...We are now looking forward to the summer, 25 degrees with sunshine today, so was out on the XC this morning, and my new Mondraker Summum PT is waiting patiently for Wednesday when i head over to Sopot for the Shambhala UCI1, our first DH comp for the season, along with Dan Sheriden and Chris McGlinchey (Team Nukeproof UK) who i will be transporting from Sofia, and assisting with their stay here...
Will hopefully be putting together a report with pics and vid for Moredirt, so keep your eyes open for the event news and highlights :wink:
Have upgraded my fiances bike through the winter, looks like she will be getting some Howitzer cranks as well :x I have also built up two DH3's for hire, just to allow tasters for anyone visiting who may fancy a dabble at the DH. Personally i cannot wait to get out on the Mondraker, i got it at Christmas, and have been salivating over it all winter.... We also have our largest single group of riders coming over at the end of June, 15 lads (Outlaw riders) from Exmouth in Devon, all hardcore DH ers, who hopefully will rip the arse out of the trails here, though i think the Shambhala may be a leveller... All in all, looking like a good summer biking wise, and in that vein i will be about on the forum, now the skis have been put away till next winter....
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Postby chriZtine
Wed Apr 25, 2012 5:01 pm

Steve, gotta start somewhere mate. Hopefully in between 20 to 30 years time I also know what you know now about the topic. :P
Great videos on your profile. I take it you are extremely good and have been for years. :lol:
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Postby steve c
Wed Apr 25, 2012 5:49 pm

I wasn't having a go at you ChriZtine if that is what you are incinuating, you are out on your bike and interested in riding more. The comment towards a 29er with 80mm of front travel regarding that it would be suitable for the type of riding you are doing at the moment is true, as is that it would also cope with little problem more aggressive XC trails and parks as your riding improves and your confidence grows.
With regards to your tongue in cheek comments about my riding, im to old now to really worry what people think, i do it because i love it... honestly i look at some 16 yr olds, and they can kick my ass down any track, nearly 30 years of riding with associated experiences cannot compete with the vigour of youth...
You go for it girl, get out there and enjoy it, its not about impressing others, its goes soooooo much deeper than that :D
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Postby pigman65
Wed Apr 25, 2012 5:56 pm

steve c wrote:You go for it girl, get out there and enjoy it, its not about impressing others, its goes soooooo much deeper than that :D

You got it spot on there .

Steve you seem to be living the best lifestyle,i am not at all jealous,you b*88*8d !!!
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Postby steve c
Thu Apr 26, 2012 6:22 am

Its a job mate, someone has to do it... :wink:
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