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Not sure if this has been posted as I couldn't find anything.
that would be great. rennie would put a pounding on that bike. they would find any weaknesses quickPete-G said:Just seen this on the Dirt Mag website. Shame really, Rennie and the V-10 seemed like a great combination.
So wheres he going then? Trek perhaps?
http://www.sicklines.com/2008/12/11/nathan-rennie-off-the-syndicate/his dudeness said:There are a few people that are making this claim
What? Because the random guy at the bottom says so?lmx said:
Not discrediting a great rider, but Steve Smith's name definitely does NOT belong in the same sentence as all those other guys -- especially after destroying both knees last season.zaner31 said:Blankensop, Hill, Minaar, Peaty, Fairclough, Leov is on form, Gwin from nowhere, Steve Smith on new ride, Rennie with his$hit straight and oh yeah Gee....gonna be sick!
ride both and you will know the difference....a big difference.....I didn't like the morewood at all, but then again I am not the greatest fan of single pivots....V-10's are smoother ovev bumbsRb said:lol
Hey the kid rips!! 18 years old!?! He belongs in there with Gwin and Rennie, none of them bested Hill this year. At least he came out and owned the US open and even put 2 secs. on Hill by the split. Hell, Gee and Peat at least admitted that even though Hill crashed @ WC it was perhaps one of the best rides they'd ever seen period. They know they all were given a gift. Stevie just took that SHIZZ!! No gifts neccessary!Rb said:Not discrediting a great rider, but Steve Smith's name definitely does NOT belong in the same sentence as all those other guys -- especially after destroying both knees last season.
I'm probably stepping on a lot of the Morewood fanboys' toes here, but I seriously doubt that company can afford to pay Nathan Rennie.
The Yeti rumor was already discredited over on ridemonkey.
My prediction: Giant.