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About Synergy

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    college boy is a hussy
  • Birthday 03/10/87

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    ice hcokey football and bikes :)
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    Michael MacPHerson
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    dob frame try all dual disc echo urbans monty ti isi cranks monty front hub koxx rim koxx h hub rear koxx rim echo pedals zhi stem monty ti bars

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  1. f************CK that
  2. genuinly one of the best videos ive seen all year, pretty refreshing! Also thankfully none of the oversized bmx crap everyone has these days
  3. Loved it! recognized broadford and portree for sure! (my family are from sconser) but never taken my trials bike out there!
  4. while i can agree flow can look great, too much spinning can look overused and gash (just my opinion obviously) but i just prefer watching tgs or even the comps instead.
  5. A couple options there for you (dont worry about what shop etc more used those for the models and prices.) Treks a great riding bike with the brake pivot design, good warranty on them but in general great riding bikes. The two whytes are pretty much same model (lower spec than the trek) and with one being a 2015 its quite cheap at £1400 from £2000, the forks arent as great but still a good price for a good bike. (i personally bought a whyte t130 and love it) out of the three you have shown i would ignore the on one personally. the trek would be my number one choice if you want to spend that, otherwise the commencal you put up
  6. SPINNY SHIT UGHHHHHHHH having come back to trials after a 7 years break it would appear every video has spins off obstacles or even just on flat surfaces, nice line drop off said obstacle perfect, oh no wait i need to do a 180 off it or after it :@ it pisses me off a lot more than it should, ha! bring back more TGS. not liking the fact trials is becoming more bmx.....
  7. Had one of these but with fluro pink wheels. Was amazing to ride. Swapped the frame for a czar mod and 100% best bike if had but unfortunately no photos kicking about, all the links seem to be broken from my topics 10 years ago ha
  8. any idea on the music?
  9. @Ross McArthur any idea if that sections are always there to ride?
  10. We had one in our bike shop, think it was used once in 7 years ha! Just came in the whole toolkit we ordered from parktool
  11. true but using a tool designed to bend it accurately is far better than bending it with a wrench assuming there is a local bike shop to the forum user lol.
  12. some bike shops have steel frame alignment tools, might be worth popping in see if anyone can help you out.
  13. Will depend on your location Alpine bikes stock them in scotland, but i dont even know which country your in i use the low impacts currently, and i would say just be careful size wise, they are quite a chunky shoe and some folk end up going half a size to one whole size up compared to what they usually would wear.
  14. Bare with me................... How hard would it be to make an app which uses google maps, similar to the Pokemon app but instead with gyms and checkpoints you could mark in places for riding. So if you were to visit other cites you could potentially click on a Point of interest, brings up a picture and you could then decide to head there or somewhere else? Obviously because im completely ignorant on apps and making such an app, i would assume its a 5 minutes job but no really anyone any experience with apps? how hard would something like that be?
  15. If you youtube search ben travis, he rode in aberdeen a lot (not sure if he is still there) but you might be able to recognize some spots. St Nicholas shopping centre was always good (on the top of it) from what i remember.