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since DH bikes seem to be as scarce as hen's teeth, and DH riders seem to be as rare as scientifically-presented evidence of alien life, here's an irregularly updated random thread showing infrequent sightings of the 303wc protected species in it's natural habitat. feel free to add your own sightings of this beautiful but elusive creature

spotted on Easter long weekend in the reserve of Savona, British Columbia (near Kamloops). the 303 destroyed 8000' of best-in-class conditions DH trails. rough, haggard, twisty, steep, loose, and fast alike, they were all cast aside

comment of the day; "it destroys terrain and needs to go fast. anything else is just a waste"

alternate thread name: Yeti bicycles leaning against random objects in the forest

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That's a great-looking bike!

JP
 

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Wouldn't the 303WC's natural habitat be a world cup track? ;)
For sure, but this black sheep of the herd is a long way from its natural habitat. Bike parks here don't open til late June, The 303 has to wait til it can migrate up into the mountains where the lift assisted trails are located.
 

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Sadly, the 303's herd strayed off looking for greener Enduro pastures in 2014. *cough* *cough* BringbackYeti/FoxtoWCDH *cough* *cough*

Sorry, scratchy throat there. What was I saying again? ... Oh yeah, that's one dead sexy DH bike you've got there.
 
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