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1 Post your DH steed on 19th March 2011, 7:17 pm

KennyKillsIt

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Yeah, boyeee
Mine just arrived, so I'm all set to start racing with the Germans this season.

So...
Meeet Rose, the 2011 Session, she still needs some sexy pedals and lighter gauge spring for the 40. I weigh 114lbs fingers





2 Re: Post your DH steed on 19th March 2011, 8:00 pm

Heldt

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114lb? how tall are you?

3 Re: Post your DH steed on 20th March 2011, 2:02 am

Louis

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you lucky son of a bitch... thats beutiful Shocked

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4 Re: Post your DH steed on 20th March 2011, 3:07 am

KennyKillsIt

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Heldt wrote:114lb? how tall are you?
5ft 6in
I eat a shit load too, more than most of my friends and doc says im fine.




Thanks Regi,
took a lot of negotiating.
End result, I wont have drivers license or a car in Europe, lol

5 Re: Post your DH steed on 20th March 2011, 3:19 am

Louis

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Thanks Regi,
took a lot of negotiating.
End result, I wont have drivers license or a car in Europe, lol

lol! who cares, pedal power for the win cheers

I'd rather have that session than a cheap 2nd hand car anyways... and you won't have to spend money on petrol either haha

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6 Re: Post your DH steed on 20th March 2011, 3:47 am

KennyKillsIt

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Regicidal wrote:
Thanks Regi,
took a lot of negotiating.
End result, I wont have drivers license or a car in Europe, lol

lol! who cares, pedal power for the win cheers

I'd rather have that session than a cheap 2nd hand car anyways... and you won't have to spend money on petrol either haha
Hell yes!
Besides, all the trails I know I can get to with a bit of pedaling, some public transportation and thats bout it.
Everything real close together too so no problem.


Don't forget finding parking spaces, paying to park, getting a license costs 3,000 here, and I'd drive a boring car, one in a million.
Instead, im rolling phat on my steed........yes peace

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