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A bunch of people submitted this info about a freeride bike survey
up on mountainbike.com How heavy is too heavy for a freeride
Mountainbike is usually pretty good but someone must of been smoking
crack when they put this up. Or maybe the Spaz poll is the reason.
Here is one rider comment:
I guess we are all riding a bike that is too heavy for a freeride
suspension bike? Maybe if I put a sid instead of the Boxxer, remove
the rock ring, go XTR all around and install a skinny saddle, I
could bring the Bullit to 36 pounds and have a bike that would not
be too heavy for freeriding? Most likely, I'll have to change my
frame too! What a stupid survey, I wonder how many people felt 29
pounds was too heavy?
Another rider submitted our own new survey to help those who's
bike is too heavy. Vote now.
As promised, Pinkbike.com and Canada Olympic Park
are happy to announce some all age screenings of Kranked 4, Search
for the Holey Trail. To coincide with opening day at COP, shows
will be at Canada Olympic Park's Hall of Fame Theater on
Saturday, May 5th at 6:30 and 8pm. Tickets are $8 and seating
is limited to just 40 per showing, so you'll have to email me
(firstname.lastname@example.org) for confirmed
seating. Please include your age and showtime preference. Tickets
can be paid for and picked up at the door! If demand warrants, additional
screenings will be made available in the future! We're working on
some shop sponsorship, and it is anticipated we'll have some great
prizes to give away! Get your email off ASAP to reserve your seat!
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