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Dirt
#1
Treehuggers unbelievable query about what a DCD is got me thinking of Dirt, I cant believe its 15 years old now! Trying to find where I ripped the VHS to and dumped the file on a HDD somewhere. They gave it away with MBUK a few years back but most of the songs had changed so it wasn't as good.

Intro from it, hilarious video

[media width=500]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q0DZUIWBYEE[/media]
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#2
they're so rad....
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#3
Thats awful. Thank Allah for progress...both in terms of bikes and video editing.
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#4
You two are just a pair of lame newbies who probably don't even know what Jason McRoy etc did for mountain biking in Britain
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#5
mcroy: great crisps, poor biking.
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#6
"Breezer" Wrote:You two are just a pair of lame newbies who probably don't even know what Jason McRoy etc did for mountain biking in Britain
I know who he was. Nutter....and rather talented.
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#7
why the goats ?
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#8
Come on guys, they can do wheelies & everything!!
Thanks for sharing, and yeah wtf with the goats?? *confuddled*

Oh and this McRoy fella, wasn't he the presenter on Scottish Record Breakers? Tongue
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#9
no, you're thinking of scottish catchphrase (google it steve)

reminded me of bill and ted.
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#10
No idea on the goats, they were all quite mad, Warner dieseas I expect. McRoy was the first british downhiller to get a factory ride with Specialized, sadly he died a year or so later on his motorbike.
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