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Matthew Cox

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I'm a 22 year old british mountain biker. I'm doing a piece of course work at college on the
differences between the US and the British mountain biking scenes. Please could anyone tell me what
kind of riding and types of bikes are the most popular. Also are there any different kinds of riding
that is on the increase?
 
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Shaun Rimmer

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Matthew Cox <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> I'm a 22 year old british mountain biker. I'm doing a piece of course work at college on the
> differences between the US and the British mountain biking scenes. Please could anyone tell me
> what kind of riding and types of bikes are the most popular.

Kona and GT.

> Also are there any different kinds of riding that is on the increase?

Freeridin'! Yeah, everyone is freeridin' these days - it's the future dude!

Shaun aRe - Free to ride, ride free, freeriders!
 
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Bomba

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Matthew Cox wrote:
> I'm a 22 year old british mountain biker. I'm doing a piece of course work at college on the
> differences between the US and the British mountain biking scenes. Please could anyone tell me
> what kind of riding and types of bikes are the most popular. Also are there any different kinds of
> riding that is on the increase?

In the US they call a 'tyre', a 'tire'.

HTH

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Bomba

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Matthew Cox wrote:
> I'm a 22 year old british mountain biker. I'm doing a piece of course work at college on the
> differences between the US and the British mountain biking scenes.

Can I just say, you're 22 years old, still at college (pfft, bloody tax-dodger) and you get to write
about mountain bikes as part of your course. In God's name, what sham of an educational institution
do you attend?!

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Jimbo

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Matthew Cox wrote:

> I'm a 22 year old british mountain biker. I'm doing a piece of course work at college on the
> differences between the US and the British mountain biking scenes. Please could anyone tell me
> what kind of riding and types of bikes are the most popular. Also are there any different kinds of
> riding that is on the increase?

Side Walk riding on adult bmxs with children's pedals.

Jimbo(san)
 
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Simon

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"jimbo(san)" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]...
| Matthew Cox wrote:
|
| > I'm a 22 year old british mountain biker. I'm doing a piece of course work at college on the
| > differences between the US and the British mountain biking scenes. Please could anyone tell me
| > what kind of riding and types of bikes are the most popular. Also are there any different kinds
| > of riding that is on the increase?
|
| Side Walk riding on adult bmxs with children's pedals.
|
|
| Jimbo(san)
|

Meeeeeeeeooooooooooww

Simon..put the claws away!
 
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Bomba

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Simon wrote:

> |
> | Side Walk riding on adult bmxs with children's pedals.
> |
> |
> | Jimbo(san)
> |
>
> Meeeeeeeeooooooooooww
>
> Simon..put the claws away!

I don't think Jimbo was being catty. After all, he actually rides adult bmxs with children's pedals,
on the sidewalk :)
 
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Simon

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"bomba" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]...
| Simon wrote:
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| > |
| > | Side Walk riding on adult bmxs with children's pedals.
| > |
| > |
| > | Jimbo(san)
| > |
| >
| > Meeeeeeeeooooooooooww
| >
| > Simon..put the claws away!
|
| I don't think Jimbo was being catty. After all, he actually rides adult bmxs with children's
| pedals, on the sidewalk :)]

Ahhhhhhh apologies where due then.

Thanks Mr Bomba

Simon
 
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Shaun Rimmer

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bomba <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]...
> Simon wrote:
>
> > | I don't think Jimbo was being catty. After all, he actually rides
adult
> > | bmxs with children's pedals, on the sidewalk :)]
> >
> > Ahhhhhhh apologies where due then.
> >
> > Thanks Mr Bomba
>
> Perhaps you should stop taking each post that mentions 'adult bmx' as a personal insult (?)

Aye! Chill Si, FFS - you'll give yerself a hernia or summink - who GAF what anyone else thinks eh?
If I took half the **** I even get directed directly at me here personally, I'd be a gibbering
crazed lunatic.......ahem....as you were then!

',;~}

Shaun aRe - Yeah, like I've got room to talk (in this little box.)....
 
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Jimbo

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bomba wrote:

> Simon wrote:
>
> > | I don't think Jimbo was being catty. After all, he actually rides adult bmxs with children's
> > | pedals, on the sidewalk :)]
> >
> > Ahhhhhhh apologies where due then.
> >
> > Thanks Mr Bomba
>
> Perhaps you should stop taking each post that mentions 'adult bmx' as a personal insult (?)
>
> --
> a.m-b FAQ: http://www.t-online.de/~jharris/ambfaq.htm
>
> a.bmx FAQ: http://www.t-online.de/~jharris/bmx_faq.htm

Sorry... didn't mean to start anything ;-P I should have said... Side Walk riding on adult bmxs with
children's pedals on my way to riding over mountains.... in a cat suit (?) :p

Jimbo....keeps forgetting the useful emoticons ;-)...(san)
 
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Shaun Rimmer

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bomba <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]...
> Shaun Rimmer wrote:
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> >>>I don't think Jimbo was being catty. After all, he actually rides
adult
> >>>bmxs with children's pedals, on the sidewalk :)
> >>
> >>I often join him too...
> >
> >
> > You pair are sooo baaaaad!
>
> That's a point, where's the moderator to tell them off?

Disappeared up his own large **** in a **** of smoke.

Shaun aRe
 
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Chris Holliday

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Matthew Cox wrote:
> I'm a 22 year old british mountain biker. I'm doing a piece of course work at college on the
> differences between the US and the British mountain biking scenes. Please could anyone tell me
> what kind of riding and types of bikes are the most popular. Also are there any different kinds of
> riding that is on the increase?

A short outline for your research:

1. Mountain Dew
2. SUV commercials
3. Marketing genius of ski lift operators and Volkswagen bus owners
4. Those that move the rocks off the trail, those that move the rocks on the trail.
5. Idealogical disparity over the environmental impact of number 4
6. Idealogical disparity over bigger travel and no travel

Some sub-plots:

7. Is there a direct inverse relationship between the amount of travel on your bike and the amount
of functional gray-matter in your head?
8. Biking Betties and the men who love them.
9. Retro vs. stupid-o

Last but not least:

10. How to ride a bike and look really really cool.

Hope this helps you get splendid marks!

C.
 
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Dave Haley

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"jimbo(san)" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]...
> Matthew Cox wrote:
>
> > I'm a 22 year old british mountain biker. I'm doing a piece of course work at college on the
> > differences between the US and the British mountain biking scenes. Please could anyone tell me
> > what kind of riding and types of bikes are the most popular. Also are there any different kinds
> > of riding that is on the increase?
>
> Side Walk riding on adult bmxs with children's pedals.
>
>
> Jimbo(san)
>
>

JD recommended I check out the sidewalks with my Kona. The challenge of moving targets / obstacles
makes for a whole new level of riding.

Dave Haley
 
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Carla A-G

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"Dave Haley" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> JD recommended I check out the sidewalks with my Kona. The challenge of moving targets / obstacles
> makes for a whole new level of riding.

JD is right.

And don't forget that the best moving targets are babies in carriages, old people with walking canes
and pregnant women... :)

- CA-G enjoys a good "running over" every once in a while...

Canadian Girls Kick Ass!
 
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Dave Jackson

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In article <[email protected]>,
"Carla A-G" <[email protected]> wrote:

> "Dave Haley" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> news:[email protected]...
> > JD recommended I check out the sidewalks with my Kona. The challenge of moving targets /
> > obstacles makes for a whole new level of riding.
>
> JD is right.
>
> And don't forget that the best moving targets are babies in carriages, old people with walking
> canes and pregnant women... :)
>
> - CA-G enjoys a good "running over" every once in a while...
>
> Canadian Girls Kick Ass!
>
>

Don't forget 3-legged one eyed puppies.

Dave in Minnesota
 
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Simon

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"jimbo(san)" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]...
| bomba wrote:
|
| > Simon wrote:
| >
| > > | I don't think Jimbo was being catty. After all, he actually rides
adult
| > > | bmxs with children's pedals, on the sidewalk :)]
| > >
| > > Ahhhhhhh apologies where due then.
| > >
| > > Thanks Mr Bomba
| >
| > Perhaps you should stop taking each post that mentions 'adult bmx' as a personal insult (?)
| >
| > --
| > a.m-b FAQ: http://www.t-online.de/~jharris/ambfaq.htm
| >
| > a.bmx FAQ: http://www.t-online.de/~jharris/bmx_faq.htm
|
| Sorry... didn't mean to start anything ;-P I should have said... Side Walk riding on adult bmxs
| with children's pedals on my way to riding
over
| mountains.... in a cat suit (?) :p
|
| Jimbo....keeps forgetting the useful emoticons ;-)...(san)
|
LMNPEAO That conjurs up images of itchy and scatchy from the simpsons on bikes for some reason.
Maybe my fire here is leaking CO.

Points taken about the personal side to messages although I never thought it was an insult towards
myself just a catty comment. Its a pity tone doesnt translate too well into text (he says with a
wry smile)

Simon.......rides an adult bmx cos he can :eek:)
 
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