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About Cujo

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  1. I'm ok with it....send it down!
  2. Could I order a Black Large Mens. Thanks! And can a mod please change the title to "Order" and not "Oder"...might be putting some people off [emoji16]
  3. Glad to hear it's all heading in the right direction mate.
  4. All the best Macca. I hope the injury is not too bad
  5. Gypsy, I know you like hard hill climbs so.........
  6. My thoughts are with you and your family mate during this extemely difficult time.
  7. Good on you for having a go...logs are something that I need a lot of practice on.....the slimy wet ones can wait till summer [emoji6]
  8. Gypsy ....you have to change your Dirtriderz name...The "501" bit isn't showing your true commitment for your love of the TPI 2T
  9. Cujo

    FABulous Dissa

    Great ride Fab! My local forest and Fab put a great mix of tracks together. On some of the rocky hill climbs grip was a rare commodity at times so those running low pressures had the advantage. The creek run was fun and the Hamburger's always put a smile on my face. Thanks everyone for coming out to Dissa and sharing your day!
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    Crypto currencies are a volatile platforn...let's see how long it will hold at this rate.
  11. Cujo


    I have no luck with shares...... So I'll go for something much more elusive ...Crypto Currency TRX. Lock it in Ratfink!
  12. Adrian is a good dude. Hes done 3 pipes for me.....one was a squashed spaghetti that was given to me as a spare. Came out fantastic and lined up perfectly.
  13. Thanks Mat for leading and Noods for sharing the sweep duties . A great day of of good solo tracks with a few tecky bits to keep us on our toes. The weather was pretty on point, but actually warmer than I expected.....Who Knew! We searched hi and low for the infamous Buttaminga but instead found lots of little tracks in lieu. Even had lunch at the official trail bike unloading area that even had an integrated bike stand for repairs.... Who knew ! Came across what looked like a Storm water pit that was spewing out water at the highest part of hill Hill......Noods and I were mesmerised by this physical impossibility and stopped to try to understand..."HOW is this possible?"....Who knew! Thanks again fellas and as BushyBrows DBT said, thanks BenG for starting the original ride post. We were surprised that we didn't cross paths.
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