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The Official MS Bike Talk Thread - motors need not apply

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OFFLINE   inski

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My son got a Fuji Navada 29er last fall.  Haven't heard any complaints yet.  Although, I don't think he's hit any rough terrain yet.  Mostly campus duty, sidewalks, pavement, leaning on it while talking to chicks. :rolleyes:





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Yes, still doing the group rides on Sunday mornings until it gets way too cold. I'm going to miss out on the next few but they will still be happening. Frank @ Busytown Bikes leads them and I usually lead the faster group. Call the shop and ask Frank if you want to be sure on any specific day. The number is: 207-241-3233
Soon I'll be riding a Surly Krampus on those trails. The frameset and rims come Friday and then I build it up. Hope to meet you on the trails sometime.
-Mike


Awesome thanks for the info. And definitely! Always looking to make more friends in the mainely/mtb community.

Mabey a mainely bike ride could be arranged? Although everyone rides a different discipline so that could be tough.


I've really really missed riding a mtb. Since I bought my bike and really rode trails for the first time at Bradbury I'm hooked worse than a crackhead. I've already upgraded my rear shock, pedals, bars/grips/stem, bought a hydration pack, and started building some singletrack in my yard. I now eat.sleep.breathe mtb and I love it!
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