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#40276 2019-06-26 4:41pm

Bri2001
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Re: North Carolina Riders

yikes


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I finally submitted a few of my bikes to the museum so check them out and fave them if you like smile

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#40277 2019-06-26 6:06pm

JTinNC
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Re: North Carolina Riders

Final tally- 2200 miles over 10 days. Now I need a tire rotation, oil change, and new front brakes.yikes Awesome experience though, would love to spend a whole season in the northeast.


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#40278 2019-06-26 7:29pm

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Nice trip JT; I could spend every summer in the Northeast.  Its about 58-60 degree here in Western Australia so I'll take it! Fixin' to get a small sized mountain bike and hit the pump track about 2 miles up the street from our place. There are 5 pump tracks in our area and 2 are within 4 miles away. big_smilewink. Lots of rain in the forecast over the next few days though.hmmsad

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#40279 2019-06-26 9:52pm

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Re: North Carolina Riders

carbon8 wrote:

Nice trip JT; I could spend every summer in the Northeast.  Its about 58-60 degree here in Western Australia so I'll take it! Fixin' to get a small sized mountain bike and hit the pump track about 2 miles up the street from our place. There are 5 pump tracks in our area and 2 are within 4 miles away. big_smilewink. Lots of rain in the forecast over the next few days though.hmmsad

Australia? WTH? lol


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#40280 2019-06-27 9:34am

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The few people I know that have been say Australia is an amazing place.


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#40281 2019-06-27 7:24pm

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JTinNC wrote:

The few people I know that have been say Australia is an amazing place.

Yeah, I would say so. lots of beauty here and the lifestyle may be the best ever. The winters are mild so its like year round outdoor activities like Florida I guess. The amount of bike roads and greenways is mind blowing. Bike trails are down every road including the major highways.There must be 5 rivers and lakes with parks within 5 miles from our place. Our old place was a 10 minute walk from the ocean and golf course so the fresh water stuff is new to me here. There is a BMX/skate park at the end of our street with a lake behind it. 11 degree C. this morning so a bit chilly start today.

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#40282 2019-06-30 2:40am

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Re: North Carolina Riders

Wtf is this? It's somewhere in NC. https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/9864/screenshot_20190630-0536235d188366a1.png


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#40283 2019-06-30 7:20pm

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Re: North Carolina Riders

tiggy1190 wrote:

Wtf is this? It's somewhere in NC. https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 8366a1.png

2019 slingshot with dual exhaust? lol Hopefully someone from outta state will snag it.

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#40284 2019-07-06 10:07am

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Re: North Carolina Riders

cool


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#40285 2019-07-08 6:05am

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Re: North Carolina Riders

cool


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#40286 2019-07-08 5:48pm

Bri2001
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Re: North Carolina Riders

dwh19690 wrote:

cool

yikes


Profile Champ Pro 1985 - My childhood bike owned since late '80s.

I finally submitted a few of my bikes to the museum so check them out and fave them if you like smile

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#40287 2019-07-08 6:39pm

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Re: North Carolina Riders

Bri2001 wrote:

dwh19690 wrote:

cool

yikes

big_smile


"I would have gotten away with it, too, if it wasn't for you meddling kids and your dog"

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#40288 2019-07-12 6:47am

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Re: North Carolina Riders

Hey guys, just one week out reminder of the AFA flatland comp in Winston-Salem on July 20th. Practice is Friday from 1pm till 5pm at the venue and there is an after party at the venue at 8:30pm. Come out, bring your bike and have a day of flatland.

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#40289 2019-07-12 7:23am

ret.jedi
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Re: North Carolina Riders

Huffy Slither (S-Frame). I have a pic but not sure how to attach it.
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#40290 2019-07-12 10:05am

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Re: North Carolina Riders

ret.jedi wrote:

Huffy Slither (S-Frame). I have a pic but not sure how to attach it.

Stanfield guy, in my back yard, welcome

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#40291 2019-07-12 12:12pm

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Re: North Carolina Riders

hello cricket

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#40292 2019-07-16 11:28am

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Re: North Carolina Riders

Hey guys.
I'm going to give you a heads up on me selling off a few things I'm not using to raise some money.
I'd rather some of this stuff go to you guys than someone off across the internet somewhere.
Look through this folder.
If you see anything you want pm or call me.
I haven't even thought about prices yet but we can work it out. cool

https://photos.app.goo.gl/iohriMp65JQYe9Aa7


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#40293 2019-07-16 5:03pm

Bri2001
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Re: North Carolina Riders

macr0w wrote:

Hey guys.
I'm going to give you a heads up on me selling off a few things I'm not using to raise some money.
I'd rather some of this stuff go to you guys than someone off across the internet somewhere.
Look through this folder.
If you see anything you want pm or call me.
I haven't even thought about prices yet but we can work it out. cool

https://photos.app.goo.gl/iohriMp65JQYe9Aa7

Dibs! tongue

Sorry to hear you have to let some stuff go, but priorities change.


Profile Champ Pro 1985 - My childhood bike owned since late '80s.

I finally submitted a few of my bikes to the museum so check them out and fave them if you like smile

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#40294 2019-07-16 5:12pm

JTinNC
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Re: North Carolina Riders

A The Sting and a Squareback? You can buy a lot of drum parts with those.


"If you're gonna eat shit, don't nibble on it."

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#40295 2019-07-16 5:21pm

cricketman
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Re: North Carolina Riders

macr0w wrote:

Hey guys.
I'm going to give you a heads up on me selling off a few things I'm not using to raise some money.
I'd rather some of this stuff go to you guys than someone off across the internet somewhere.
Look through this folder.
If you see anything you want pm or call me.
I haven't even thought about prices yet but we can work it out. cool

https://photos.app.goo.gl/iohriMp65JQYe9Aa7

Are those z rims? Huh!!!

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#40296 2019-07-16 6:15pm

Magboy
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Re: North Carolina Riders

Great stuff Mark.


Looking for
Original finish and decal Race Inc Ra10.  Bike shop decal a plus.

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#40297 2019-07-17 3:22am

RadicalNick
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Re: North Carolina Riders

macr0w wrote:

Hey guys.
I'm going to give you a heads up on me selling off a few things I'm not using to raise some money.
I'd rather some of this stuff go to you guys than someone off across the internet somewhere.
Look through this folder.
If you see anything you want pm or call me.
I haven't even thought about prices yet but we can work it out. cool

https://photos.app.goo.gl/iohriMp65JQYe9Aa7

Love the "0" "9" on the Zeronine plates. big_smile

Hope all is well macr0w.


44t BMX Club - NC Chapter

"Two hundred years of American technology has unwittingly created a massive cement playground of unlimited potential. But it was the the minds of 11 year olds that could see that potential."
Craig Stecyk - Skateboarder Magazine - 1975

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#40298 2019-07-17 3:22am

RadicalNick
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Re: North Carolina Riders

dwh19690 wrote:

Bri2001 wrote:

dwh19690 wrote:

cool

yikes

big_smile

lol


44t BMX Club - NC Chapter

"Two hundred years of American technology has unwittingly created a massive cement playground of unlimited potential. But it was the the minds of 11 year olds that could see that potential."
Craig Stecyk - Skateboarder Magazine - 1975

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#40299 2019-07-17 3:23am

RadicalNick
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Re: North Carolina Riders

huffmanbc wrote:

Hey guys, just one week out reminder of the AFA flatland comp in Winston-Salem on July 20th. Practice is Friday from 1pm till 5pm at the venue and there is an after party at the venue at 8:30pm. Come out, bring your bike and have a day of flatland.

Anyone rolling out to this on Sat?


44t BMX Club - NC Chapter

"Two hundred years of American technology has unwittingly created a massive cement playground of unlimited potential. But it was the the minds of 11 year olds that could see that potential."
Craig Stecyk - Skateboarder Magazine - 1975

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#40300 2019-07-17 6:53am

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Re: North Carolina Riders

Yeah, my old truck has shit the bed and I need an engine. These bikes and parts have been hanging around doing nothing for years. hmm


"My goal in life is to go into an office and take a brick in an office and put it next to a napkin in an office."

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