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    Wink Mudman in action!

    A friend called me this morning if I liked to go out mountain biking. He knew a great route. It was in Putte, just over the border in Belgium. At least we thought. Luckily I had a GPS, telling me there were three places called Putte. Of course it was the one farrest away, between Mechelen and Bruxelles. It was a great route. This is the only picture with my Mudman I think (I'm sorry, it's hardly noticable).



    OMG, Jeff C was right, They are after my G all the time (check shirt).

    I couldn't find these on the road:



    but this guy was pretty curious...



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    Re: Mudman in action!

    Nice pic Sjors! Now we know you're rocking a Mudman, what kind of bike you have there?
    Thanks,
    Matt

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    Re: Mudman in action!

    Nice pics Sjors! What mtb do you ride?

    edit: (unbelievable, i made almost the same comments with Mattthefish!)

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    Re: Mudman in action!

    Great photos Sjors

    Looks like you had a great place to ride and good weather what more can you ask for I love single track.


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    Re: Mudman in action!

    Very nice pics, Sjors. The deer looks statuesque. Amazing.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sjors View Post
    I couldn't find these on the road:

    That's because that sign meant "Better wear a Frogman when biking", Sjors.

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    Re: Mudman in action!

    Quote Originally Posted by Vintage View Post
    Very nice pics, Sjors. The deer looks statuesque. Amazing.



    That's because that sign meant "Better wear a Frogman when biking", Sjors.

    Frogman sign


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    Re: Mudman in action!

    Hi Sjors and gang!

    Looks like an interesting ride.

    Just finished mounting some new Continental Travel Contact tyres to my Scott. Quite skinny for an MTB but should be faster on the roads with still enough side knobs for the off road stuff.

    My Garmin Etrex H proved to be very useful on my recent trip to Santorini.

    I must post the pics , I have guest at the moment but possibly later.

    Regards

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    Re: Mudman in action!

    Quote Originally Posted by Mattthefish View Post
    Nice pic Sjors! Now we know you're rocking a Mudman, what kind of bike you have there?
    Thanks,
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    Looks like a Cannondale...




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    Re: Mudman in action!

    Quote Originally Posted by mattchrono View Post
    Hi Sjors and gang!

    Looks like an interesting ride.

    Just finished mounting some new Continental Travel Contact tyres to my Scott. Quite skinny for an MTB but should be faster on the roads with still enough side knobs for the off road stuff.

    My Garmin Etrex H proved to be very useful on my recent trip to Santorini.

    I must post the pics , I have guest at the moment but possibly later.

    Regards

    Matt


    Hey Matt, I recently did a similar thing to my bike. Added Marbella urban assault slicks to my Scalpel. Great cornering and rides like a road bike (with both shocks locked out of course). And she also climbs even faster than before...


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    Re: Mudman in action!

    Awesome dude! Nice lookin paved single track there...




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