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  1. Trek Stache 5 or 7. 29+ works great for SS. Cheap. Good riding position. Fun as hell.
  2. I just checked the Leadville 100 results for 2019 and our own Hoss Kleinschmidt from Austin finished in less than 12 hours. I’ve ridden with Hoss on many occasions and he is a machine. Congrats to Hoss and all the other finishers! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. That looks great especially from the second "d" in "Peddlers" on. Good thing about wood is that you can probably sand things down if you don't like the results. I always wondered if there should be an apostrophe before the 's' in "Peddlers" to make it possessive. It's easy to add one but probably a pain to remove it.
  4. Soon the big toe might decide to stop being associated with the right or left and begin to identify as centric. This could spell trouble for your balance.
  5. Back here in Austin we’re running the heater too. Just so happens that you don’t need to be inside to feel it. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Gigantor shreds and that saddle died a Nobel death! Bring on the thud buster. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Seth - I forwarded this even to a family in San Antonio with a kid that rides on a NICA team. They might be able to get a load of teenagers out there to help dig but I'm not sure if you're cool with that. If they can't dig, they'll certainly down to ride but either way, they will get to experience some Bandera dirt.
  8. Even if by some miracle you manage to guarantee a situation where no minor is ever alone with a single adult, you still aren't out of the woods. Who is responsible for vetting that those adults aren't both child predators? Parenting is hard and kids deserve every opportunity to explore activities that their parents might not be able to expose them to. However, the adage of 'it takes a village' currently requires the parent of that child to accept the village might not a Norman Rockwell painting.
  9. As long as the pan handler doesn't set up a tent and camp there....oh wait. Never mind. That's cool now apparently.
  10. Isn't that in the mission statement for this forum?
  11. Good call. I always do that "...how would this play in my news feed?" test. It's kept me from going on vacation and leaving the kids at home on more than one occasion.
  12. If you hang your bike upside down or pull a backflip on Snail, the mushiness might return. A good brake bleed with positive lever feel is so rewarding. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. Just get it fixed and get a sticker with his name and a little Texas flag on it. Instant race cred and you’re still a good parent. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. I have some Truvativ Ruktion cranks on a DJ bike that this keeps happening to as well. I can tighten the crap out of it AND use Lock-tite and it will get loose after riding for a bit. It wasn't a big problem because I always checked it before riding and didn't pedal much but now my son is starting to actually 'ride' it and I need to address the problem. I think that I'm going to just replace the stupid thing but I need some bullet proof cranks so it doesn't break when my "I'm not 14 anymore" self cases a jump.
  15. I noticed that someone lost a bunch of blue/white markings along SN. There are so many in fact that I don’t really see the purpose. Reminds me of the pot of gold and leprechaun story. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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