If I had that bike I would be tooling around every chance I got no matter dirt or street.
:thumbsup:Funny I have been using mine to both as well, on the weekends I have been riding dirt, weekdays I ride in the city....Damn it I am a suburban tool (ST). I have commuted om my 2012 fs. If I ride by quick enough then you may not see the scratches. I also bs in the parking lot after a ride with friends so now I am a poser too. I need to know what one is worse and I will claim that one. Glad I don't ride a jeep bike or I may be shot on the spot.
Nah he will just find that most people like to pretend.Seriously!?!? Why don't you just mind your own fvcking business?!?! Better yet, maybe grow a sack and talk to them. I bet you'd probably find out that you're just being a judgemental idiot and probably meet some cool people in the process.
Urban courses are a ton of fun.When I lived in Seattle in the late '90's we'd go "urban mountain biking" late at night. We had whole routes and even race courses. These included stairs, fountains, loading docks and back alleys. It made me a better rider. I haven't had that level of skill in quite a while. Definitely an XC dork now. Some of the races we'd even do naked just to see if we could out run the cops.