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Treble_Kicked

Member since Jan 2009 • Last active Mar 2014
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    you can get these easily, then its just trucks bearings and some big wheels. a lot simpler than a bike

    Slam City skates have a few of the landscape cruiser boards in (slamcity.com/store/index.php?­cPath=40_32&sort=2a&page=1). I much prefer these to the zip zingers as the tail is wider so much easier to do tricks, also has all your cruising needs. Thus ollies up kerbs no problem ahoy, kickflips are also fine.

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    Gayest.

    Can I descend anymore?

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    Gayer.

    Aw shucks.

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    Saw a gang of fixed gear riders including someone with what I think is a fix gear tandem on Endwell road in Brockley. Anybody on here? Was it a fixed gear tandem my eyes saw?

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    Car boots are usually really good for cheap games although you do have the random element, there could be nothing. I managed to get a working megadrive with sonic and controller for £2 one time.

    Goldeneye, Perfect Dark, hmmm I'm not sure how well they've aged. However both the Zelda's are pretty much perfect.

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    Treble kicked, that sounds like my bike!

    Ah rad, well if you wear maroon half cabs then it's definitely you. Otherwise there's a cycling doppleganger. It's a nice park mudchute, nice transitions to ease my kerb pain.

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    Have any of you guys skated Mudchute recently? I saw somebody roll up one time on a all white bike with colour co-ordinated front aerospoke wheel.

    Whats the method of choice for riding with board then? Shoelace?

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    Hi,

    I've recently built up a cheap fixed wheel bike after not riding a bike for a while, exercise being a major factor. Decided I might as well try out fixed as I can't be arsed messing about with gears and I'm so unfit. However advantage of not riding any bike for a while means that fixed just feels how I imagine a bike to be so no trying to free wheel falling off incidents.

    Just at the minute I'm using the quieter roads of SE London as a training ground. Getting used to traffic overtaking me, slipping through narrow gaps before taking on the Old Kent and A2. Hopefully when I feel I'm good enough I'll be able to make one of the social events.

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