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Discussion in 'Horton Knives' started by Jeremy Horton, Sep 11, 2011.
Getting in a bit of dirt. While weather is warm. Tornadic activities tonight. Bs
I just got back from a 3 hr. MTB trail ride with Son of Beanbag. That's pretty epic for a 12 year-old. He is a super strong rider for his age. It won't be too many years before he's waiting for me at the trail junctions.
Ha. Yeah they've got lots of energy
Redline Mono9 29" ....http://www.mtnbikeriders.com/2007/11/07/review-redline-mono-9/
My true passion! Here is my new sled that I had built back in Nov. For a long travel bike it climbs like a goat and is like a Caddy pointed down. A true do it all. Hope to take some leave for a few weeks and cruise up to Sedona AZ, SW Utah, and Moab Utah soon.
Pics are so small for me. But it looks like MOJO
Thats the second. Time i've done that road gap but its still scarry. There is a right hand turn fast at bottom
Yea, sorry for the small pics. I don't know how to make them larger.
It's an Ibis Mojo HD (Med). I will try to make the pics larger tonight.
You a real mutha hucka Horton.
those rocks look treacherous
Does it count as a mountain bike when it rides roads in the mountains?
No that's still road biking. Cool either way. Looks like a great ride.
Just kidding, Richstag I'm stoked anyway, and had to share. Never before have I ridden such a light and fast bike.
I knew you were joking, I was just playing a long. Congrats on the bike too.
On a long day in the saddle, can save your ass.
Yeah. Just cover up that banana with some shorts. Lol
Right. I almost forgot this is the Mt. Bike thread.
Road guys don't have to worry about as much- they tend to have smaller fruits and nutz