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 on: Today at 11:05:42 PM 
Started by Paulski - Last post by benny
i have a 2012 heckler, hope wheelset and rock shox lyrik, lmk if interested, it weight 28lb with my xt build

email me at bnguyen13 at g m a i l .  c o m

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 on: Today at 09:57:59 PM 
Started by Paulski - Last post by Paulski
So I found from pictures that this is most likely a 2008 model Blur XC...is that worth 500?  I just cracked my 2006 frame so I'm concerned the XC may not be too far behind with my riding style.

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 on: Today at 04:39:20 PM 
Started by dariusf - Last post by d-webb
I'd use the poly lube.

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 on: Today at 04:38:47 PM 
Started by Paulski - Last post by d-webb
Blur XC is a great riding bike for XC, the LT will more than likely be too squishy for what you're looking to do. Not trying to muddy the waters, but I have a tomac Eli for my XC bike, absolutely love the thing for it's adjust-ability and it pedals great up hill. (although I have to say if you are on the heavier side, the Santa Cruz will probably ride better)

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 on: Today at 04:34:59 PM 
Started by weakest link - Last post by d-webb
I haven't used those specific ones, but their new specialist series of lubricants is amazing. Especially the rust penetrating one.

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 on: Today at 03:44:24 PM 
Started by Paulski - Last post by Seanbikes
Careful with the older GF FS frames.  They were known for developing cracks in the rear triangle. 

I'd go with the Blur XC over the GF frame personally.

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 on: Today at 03:41:15 PM 
Started by Paulski - Last post by Paulski
Hmmm thanks for the info...seems like 30 mins after this post the Blur LT sold on ebay so I missed out...but probably for good reason cause I liked the look of that bike but the function may not have been where I need it to be.  Now I'm looking at a Blur XC but it may be a bit older from the looks of it, and its pricey at $500.  I'm really hoping the GF Caliber comes through, that bike looks clean and I think it will fit the bill.

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 on: Today at 02:18:38 PM 
Started by bikesurgeon - Last post by bikesurgeon
Don't miss out on the best year yet, tons of new fun, along with the best location in southern Illinois and we will be going to visit some of the best trails in the region with the locals.  Some fun, challenging riding with lots of things carrying over from last year, but plenty of new stuff too.  Still at CampO, still have access to the tree-houses, or tents or even a few RV spots.  Still more beer than you can drink, more $$$ in prizes than what you pay, and great food and fun times.  This year we start at 12 NOON on Friday for a full afternoon of riding at Camp on Big Red S demo rigs, climbing wall and other fun camp activities will be live too so there will be fun for all in your party.  Friday light lunch is included as is an awesome dinner from the CampO grill.  Live music in the CampO grotto starts at 8 and goes till 11.  Saturday starts at the main dining hall with a kickass breakfast and packing of your trail lunch. Riding, demos and all the other fun starts at 10A and goes till 5P.  The FTF Challenge, sponsored this year by RedBull, starts at 8 after an awesome BBQ dinner served by ChefDru in the old dining hall.  See who can huck the Huffy the furthest or pedal the mini bike the fastest, always fun and always rowdy, you don't want to miss this.  In years past this was essentially the end of the fun....NOT this year!  Sunday morning starts with a bang, 8AM bfast followed by the launch of the O Face Adventure Race.  Marathon distance will head out for some orienteering fun in the woods leading up to their start of the regular adventure race course.  All other participants, which should be everyone, will start the race at 10, which will include about 2.5 hours of the most fun you can have while showing off your adventuring skills.  Think climbing, running, paddling, shooting, drinking, riding and other general craziness leading to the completion of one of the best FTF Weekends EVER!  We will be giving away hand crafted trophies sculpted onsite that weekend by a local blacksmith so you won't want to miss this race and the the afternoon cap off which includes an awesome chili cook out and awards ceremony in the early afternoon before sending everyone home.  Sign up now at http://www.bikesurgeon.com/ftf and keep an eye on https://www.facebook...281030795417758 for all the event details and developments!  All of this,SEVEN meals, tons of topshelf beer, a full weekend in treehouses or camping, tons of prizes and great riding for only $125!  Don't miss the most fun weekend in MTB riding in the midwest!

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 on: Today at 01:20:47 PM 
Started by jmsevik - Last post by jmsevik
Still available, willing to negotiate!! Thanks!

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 on: Today at 12:59:49 PM 
Started by konadave - Last post by I pick bad lines
Here are the routes for Sunday.

Cue sheets will not be handed out. Make sure to load the appropriate route on your phone or GPS device or just make friends with someone who will.

Long route

http://www.mapmyride.com/routes/view/521918332


Short route:

http://www.mapmyride.com/routes/view/521988184

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