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    Mountain biking G

    Which G would suit mountain biking Brit style

    i.e cold wet and very muddy.

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    Re: Mountain biking G

    Mudman, of course!



    G-9000 range. Under £70 GBP.

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    Hi RB73,

    First off all welcome to this G-Shock forum. I can only echo Seamaster's choice. These Mudman's are often on my wrists now during my rides in the Netherlands. Also lot of mud, sand and rain. During my last ride Tuesday, also veeerrrryyyy cold (got home with frozen feet!). Nice to hear another mountainbiker on the forum

    Cheers,

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    Re: Mountain biking G

    Good call.

    thanks guys at the mo im G-tarded but fancy a watch for mountain biking
    so my first thoughts were G-shocks. (tend to bail a bit these days).

    are the e bay offering the real deal or cheap fakes

    Rb

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    Hi RB,

    If you check HB (one of the sponsors on top), they have it for a good price (shipping is about $10,-). I don't know the prices on eBay, but if you stick with the G-9000 models, they are real.

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    Re: Mountain biking G

    And Sjors, hows the new bike riding??
    Are you ready for the 19th?

    I was in Noordwijk last weekend!! Also nice to bike there!!

    Cheers MountainBob

    Btw on my wrist was a LUNGMAN.....

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    Hi Bb,

    Well, the Cube is awesome. Sometimes I had sore knees after a 40km+ ride, I had a rough 50km+ ride a week ago and no pain at all. Only have to get aquainted to the saddle. I need more callosity (eelt) on my butt :-D I'm getting used to it already.

    I'm already looking forward to the beer and sandwiches bacon and eggs after the ride

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    Re: Mountain biking G

    Hi Rb73!

    Welcome to the forum & it's nice to see another mountain biker over here..

    Mudman is the perfect choice mate!I do not have a Mudman at the moment,am waiting for the new Camo Mudman! I wear my G-2800 while mountain biking most of the time.. Sometime,I do wear my G-7510..

    All in all,G is the perfect watch for outdoor activities.

    Cheers,
    MountainMike

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    Picture Re: Mountain biking G

    Right now im wearing my Suunto T3 till I buy the bike kit and mount. Im using my polar as a bike computer and the T3 as my HRM..

    I jsut bought a Mudman from HB... GREAT service! Im probably going to buy another one soon!!! :)
    Here is my T3

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    Re: Mountain biking G

    I should probably add that im a roadie... :) sorry! :)

    So really, any of my G's or Nikes work great. I like my Nike, High Gear or my Suunto Observer, all with Altimeters!

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