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Jake Pay said:
Ride-on dude..............Linky no worky.........So I'll wait to see it once ya got that puppy


Did you get new pedals yet?

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He hooked me up with some platforms and clipless pedals, his clipless shoes, manitou pump for the front fork and a presta pump for the tires, water bottle mount, bag and tire levers. It was a really great deal.

I'll upload those photos onto my photobucket in a bit.
 

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jirotrom said:
He hooked me up with some platforms and clipless pedals, his clipless shoes, manitou pump for the front fork and a presta pump for the tires, water bottle mount, bag and tire levers. It was a really great deal.

I'll upload those photos onto my photobucket in a bit.
Xmas in July
 

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mrpercussive said:
Welcome to the family... XD The Atlas is a darn nice frame... It'll do anything and everything you can throw at it...

Are we gonna be seeing you jumping cars soon? XD
Hopefully, I haven't done stuff like that since I was a kid... I really miss it hence why I'm getting into bikes again, granted I've never owned anything at this level.
 

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I would recommend a hitch rack where you are not suspending the bike on the frame the Thule T2 is awesome but if your budget wont allow go for the Performance one. :thumbsup:

http://www.performancebike.com/shop/profile.cfm?SKU=22745&subcategory_ID=4411

Gear, Camelbak Mule with a 100oz bladder, multi tool, spare tube, Sram master link, Cliff bars, Cliff Gel, mini pump, First Aid Kit, PayDay bar, rear derailleur hanger thats a good start. :cornut:
 

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dogonfr said:
I would recommend a hitch rack where you are not suspending the bike on the frame the Thule T2 is awesome but if your budget wont allow go for the Performance one. :thumbsup:

http://www.performancebike.com/shop/profile.cfm?SKU=22745&subcategory_ID=4411

Gear, Camelbak Mule with a 100oz bladder, multi tool, spare tube, Sram master link, Cliff bars, Cliff Gel, mini pump, First Aid Kit, PayDay bar, rear derailleur hanger thats a good start. :cornut:
ooo thanks for the recommendations... I'll post my findings soon, Does that rack fit on a Honda accord?
 

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jirotrom said:
ooo thanks for the recommendations... I'll post my findings soon, Does that rack fit on a Honda accord?
I forgot to mention you will need a hitch for that which is another couple hun so a better alternate would be a roof rack trying to keep the price within reason. I would highly recommend one that you dont have to remove the front wheel something like this one. :thumbsup:

http://www.yakima.com/racks/bike-racks/product/8002084/king-cobra.aspx
 

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mrpercussive said:
You've got a lot of wood right there... time to start building some ramps??? XD
You need to start reading the thread so you don't come off like
you're smokin' dummy dust
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jirotrom said:
Me said:
Ride-on dude...Linky no worky...So I'll wait to see it once ya got that puppy
jiro said:
I'll upload those photos onto my photobucket in a bit.
mrpercussive said:
You've got a lot of wood right there... time to start building some ramps??? XD
 
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