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Dec 2, 2012 at 15:00Dec 2, 2012
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Aug 12, 2012 at 1:35Aug 12, 2012
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Jul 9, 2012 at 11:44Jul 9, 2012
Yup, +1 to that. He seems to take great pleasure in quoting old and outdated sources from before the time that moiuntain biking was a legitimate sport. Plus the fact that he's a US resident without an understanding of the trail centre / public bridleway / byway / BOAT concept with which the UK opens it's woodlands to all - hikers, dog walkers, cyclists, offroaders- thus ensuring that everyone can take full advantage of the countryside safe in the knowledge that their use is contributing to sustainable funding streams for reparation & further access areas. Personally I feel the chap is a troll trying to get a rise out of folk whilst bathing in the warm comforting glow of his PC screen and his online friends. I'd just leave him to it- people like him probably lead very sad and lonely lives- thus the need to spout on a comments section. Granted I'm not a fan of mbt'rs when I'm walking- but it ain't my woodland! I don't like stepping in poo or diving into bushes to dodge speedy bikers (and I doubt they like breathing my usual cloud of smoke) but I have to respect the landowners intention to open it up to all users- so it's something I have to deal with. Live and let live, it's better for your blood pressure! Remember statistically speaking; 1 out of every four Americans alive today is actually able to qualify medically for the term "global retardation"...
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Jul 9, 2012 at 10:23Jul 9, 2012
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Mar 28, 2012 at 15:25Mar 28, 2012
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Feb 25, 2012 at 17:27Feb 25, 2012
"Dartmoor look after their customers 110%" By the very definition of "percent" (out of each hundred); 100% is the highest ammount that Dartmoor could ever look after their customers. More than 100% is a total impossibility. In effect you're claiming that Dartmoor do the statistically impossible. Please don't make claims of illogical falsehoods. It gets under my skin when retailers blindside the public with absurd and fabricated statistics whilst claiming product infalibility in the same statement.
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Feb 12, 2012 at 4:07Feb 12, 2012
Get on! RWD all the way! Stick to 15" BBS rims, rokkor coilovers and call it quits. Don't bother with the M3 kit, it's like putting specialized stickers on a halfrauds bike IMHO. If you want to kit something up then buy an airfix model- look how cool they look with little done... http://seeninjapan.files.wordpress.com/2010/09/e30-bbs.jpg http://motormavens.com/emAlbum/albums/Ben%20Hsu/Carspotting/BMW_E30_325i/bmw_E30_325i_11.jpg If you do go M3, remember to get the arches as well as they're a lot wider - http://www.crankandpiston.com/brain/media/2011/01/phoca_thumb_l_Valokuva181-1.jpg PS- search youtube / google for BMW 325i & topgear. You'll see the problem with lowering them, paving slabs / lead in the back sorts out the handling a little bit as they're too light at the back to get enough traction. E30's + wet roads = Swan lake ballet complete with gratuitous priouettes. Strange though... I was contemplating one of these too, granted an E30 M3, but I do have a soft spot for the old E30- it's just an arse finding a clean one for under £30k.
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Nov 14, 2011 at 14:30Nov 14, 2011
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