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old skool pics
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hi all
i thought id post some pics i took when i was well into my biking  back in 1998 they was taken up perry woods in selling

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#2
wicked shots matey.

Didn't they have helmets back in the day?
Keep it foolish...
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#3
nah hardly anyone wore a helmet
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#4
Great snaps Chris... 8)

Loving all those skinny steel tooobs...
And how I wish every bike had the beautiful GT triple-triangle design.....
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#5
Big Grin that guy must have been crapping himself as the wheel hovered just inches above his pride and joy :o
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#6
All of the above photos are cool!

Heres one I found of me down in Dorset, circa 1997 as it was on my placement year from uni and I had my 96 Pace MXCD's on the bike

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I had no skill back then either

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Although neither did my friend who was on his first proper ride on his new Marin full susser of some description. He went from el cheapo Emelle type thing to a decent bike with new XT V's, first downhill he forgot about the extra power and did an excellent impression of superman over the bars  Big Grin
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#7
my mate did exactly the same on a raleigh amazon. first time out riding it, previously only rode old school bmx and flew straight over the bars when braking gently for a corner into the underpass. picked himself up and ran back to the bike, scared he had damaged it, only to find the bike was fine and he had blood pouring from an inch long gash in his head! He then got blood on the bike on the way back home and was more upset at that than the mighty gash.
Keep it foolish...
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