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Diamondback DB78 Review

Recently, I was shopping a garage sale when I came across a . I often see old Trek’s and Raleigh’s, but I can’t say that I’ve seen a Diamondback this old before. I love these old bikes. It takes me back to when I was young, and mountain bikes were just becoming “the thing.” Finally, I could get a bike that wouldn’t get a flat every time I tried to run the paper route. The wider mountain bike tires were a significant improvement over the skinny road bike tires of all of the hand-me-downs that I had used up until this point. The DB78 is the grandfather of every entry-level bicycle shop model you see today. You had the hardtail

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Christmas Cake Party 12/11/2016

This year we are going to do a Cake party!!!! We’re meeting at Donovan’s house (2935 S Creeping Ivy, Georgetown). He has that big shop area he has invited us to use. We’re going to have a ride the rollers (you know what they are, right?) competition (do you have what it takes?) and a cake judging contest. Bring a cake and come have fun! Party starts at 6pm and runs until 8 so you’ll still have time to go check out the Christmas¬† lights or whatever it is you wanna do. Looking forward to seeing everyone!

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Rockshox MC 3.3

If you are working with one of these shocks today, you either have a bicycle that you have loved forever or are doing some used bicycle shopping. I’m part of the former category. One of my favorite bikes that I purchased about five years ago came with the MC 3.3. Jon (you guys know Jon! Crazy mohawk guy?) was shopping one of these for his nephew and wanted my take. I got nostalgic, so I decided to do a quick write up. The short is, these shocks are at least eight years old, and they still work well. I don’t ride that Trek much, but you guys know the kind of serious off-road riding we do, and this Trek is

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Christmas Get Together!

We are doing our annual Christmas get-together this year!!!! We’re meeting at Doug and Dooley’s at 6:30 pm on 12/15/2015. Conference room in the back. $10 per person (alcohol separate). Bring one small (under $10) bike-related decor or gift for a white elephant party! Look forward to seeing everyone!    

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Cookie Ride 10/14/2014

Hey Guys! Shelly and I decided to move our club meeting for October to Tuesday, October 14th.   Since we don’t have much to talk about, let’s bring our bikes and COOKIES.   We’ll do the valley loop and then meet back at the pavillion for cookies and a quick recap on the blue ribbon ride from last week and to make plans for our Christmas party.   Look forward to seeing everybody!!! Jim

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