Cujo

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  1. Cujo

    Investments

    I have no luck with shares...... So I'll go for something much more elusive ...Crypto Currency TRX. Lock it in Ratfink!
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. With soooo many wordsmiths on this thread I will simply say.....I had a ball....was quite done by the end of the ride.....my wrists hurt from all the rocks. Thanks to all...... and ....... Merry Xmas and a happy New year!
  5. What a great video - love the low chasing camera angle!
  6. How good was that...enjoyed those skillful riders.
  7. Thanks Dusty for the ride.....perfect balance between riding and family yesterday with a great family dinner to cap off fathers day. Thanks everyone for the ride and of course Gypsy for sweeping and the rest of the recovery crew.
  8. Thanks CentralVic for hosting a good varied ride from the technically improbable to awesome flowing tracks that still had you on your toes. I agree with Fab, the logs and some of the rocks were absolutely slippery - even a few puckering sphincter muscles on greasy down hill descents. Even with the few extra scratches to the bike after various ugly dismounts, I absolutely loved the day and to be fair the weather was reasonably kind to us. Bugger all work required as the sweep as the crew were quite capable and when needed, others had already in place to help. Thanks all for the ride. PS. If we had a swear Jar for the group .....donations to the sweep.......I would now be rich!
  9. That hill does look slipperry!
  10. 13 /50 is taller than 13/52 ie less revs for same speed
  11. Lucky you.....You have so much in common with Fully Sick
  12. Cujo

    Romainiacs 2018

    Top marks for effort gents....an amazing journey.
  13. Nice Rhyme Fab. Great day out...Just what I needed as I haven't ridden much of late. About 65 km covered with 7 riders originally but we lost Fixy at the half way mark due to a gearbox failure with his bike stuck in a high gear. The hills were a lot of fun........especially as a spectator. Thanks gents for a great day of fun!
  14. I got a pair the other day. Size 13. Nice boot. Instead of using my sidis i decided to ride with them on Saturday and Sunday. About 130km of rocky terrain. I like the boot. Coming from sidis Crossfire 2s i wasn't expecting too much in comparison.....but they are super comfy, well made and a damn good option...made in italy. I especially like the double joint hinge system on the ankle brace and this is where all my sidis have failed. I had a situation on the weekend where my boot hit a rock at reasonable speed....kicked my leg back off the peg and my leg ended up in the superman position. I know in the sidis my big toe would have been in great pain ..... but i had no such issue with these. A little heavier than the sidis but i didnt notice. The sole is a little thicker and the tread pattern is more aggressive than the sidis so you will find that you will catch on the pegs and brake perch a bit until you adjust......but on the up side you will walk up slippery hills alot easier. The toe cap is taller than the sidis(what boots aren't)....but this was not an issue for changing gears... So for now I am happy. Let's see how they go in the long term. PS. Forma is the old Diadora i was told