Postby Oli on Sat 14/Apr/07 7:56pm

I bet you have... :blush:
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Postby danose on Sat 14/Apr/07 7:57pm

istepinyards wrote: either that or go back ridding my orbea didn't hurt then
might have been the extravaganza i had for erins birthday :satan:


funny - I was about to ask whether you'd been spending abnormal amounts of time down on your knees of late

you need to learn the magic words - "my knee's feeling dodgy so you're on top"
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Postby istepinyards on Sat 14/Apr/07 7:58pm

Oli wrote: I bet you have... :blush:
now now
used to be the worst in testing ever for all the atheles at ASU
must stretch them
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Postby istepinyards on Sat 14/Apr/07 8:01pm

danose wrote:
istepinyards wrote: either that or go back ridding my orbea didn't hurt then
might have been the extravaganza i had for erins birthday :satan:


funny - I was about to ask whether you'd been spending abnormal amounts of time down on your knees of late

you need to learn the magic words - "my knee's feeling dodgy so you're on top"
its actually an abnormal amount of time on the friggen couch
i need to move more
or get a yoga ball on to watch tv :thumbsup:
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Postby danose on Sat 14/Apr/07 8:07pm

istepinyards wrote: now my knee is sore :( have emailed spain for all my numbers and thats when i realised the 3mm diference
going to get someone to have a look at the bike set up though
i have notoriously tight hip flexors


you need to factor in the seat tube angles as well as sheer bb-seat top height, the 04 dawg has a 73.5 seat tube angle, the orbea (if it's an alma) a 73 degree seat tube. Now it's only 0.5 degrees, but over a typical seat height that'll mean you're about 7mm further forward with the saddle in the same place on the rails and the seat out the same distance.

7mm isn't much - but if you've a proclivity to flexor issues it could be enough...
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Postby cd on Sun 15/Apr/07 12:59am

Went for some sweet single track goodness in the Wharfedale :D


and as usual it was as good as ever :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
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Postby muzz_chch on Sun 15/Apr/07 1:31pm

cruised out to Sumner and up evens, out godley head and back home via anaconda, taylors mistake. Had NzKel along for the ride as well as my flat mate. 42k return trip, nice ride.
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Postby khs_xc_rider on Sun 15/Apr/07 1:34pm

hanmer :love: slow ride after the day and nighter
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Postby Muz on Sun 15/Apr/07 6:23pm

Playin' at the Makara Peak skills area (lovin' those little jumps & drops), then a quick run down Swigg & home as I wasn't feeling too energetic today...
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Postby Clarky on Sun 15/Apr/07 6:52pm

cd wrote: Went for some sweet single track goodness in the Wharfedale :D


and as usual it was as good as ever :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup:


I thought you were broken??

We hit Mt Grey...
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Postby mtbrat on Sun 15/Apr/07 6:57pm

I rode the freshly completed loop at Haven

:thumbsup: :paranoid:
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Postby Clarky on Sun 15/Apr/07 6:58pm

Crikey, that looks like it took some hard work!
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Postby mikey on Sun 15/Apr/07 7:08pm

I went for a sift in Rotorua on my DH rig for a few hours today :thumbsup:

A-trail> The Tickler> Hot-X-Buns> Hot-X-Buns> Be Rude Not To> Double Down> Double Down> Grinder> Diamond Back> BK For a Feed :thumbsup:
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Postby mtbrat on Sun 15/Apr/07 7:31pm

Clarky wrote: Crikey, that looks like it took some hard work!


You bet your ass, it ain't the half of it...
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Postby Oli on Sun 15/Apr/07 7:33pm

That looks mighty fine. :thumbsup:
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