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Show us your Wheelie & Jump Photos

Discussion in 'Photos' started by riceless, Sep 17, 2007.

  1. Fubars

    Fubars What would Scoobydo?

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    I've always like this photo. I'd like to have it on my desktop. But my computer skills are somewhat challenged. Could someone PM me and assist, please.
  2. riceless

    riceless Let's Ride!

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    Very impressive! Thanks for sharing.:ricky
  3. BikePilot

    BikePilot Long timer

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    Hit the down slope properly and you don't even need suspension, it will be smooth as butter:) Its only landing flat or nearly flat where you'll wish for really stiff suspension.
  4. DiasDePlaya

    DiasDePlaya Been here awhile

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    Is possible to jump this high with standard suspension? Or is mandatory to modify it? Is enough just to set it to sport setting?
  5. O.C.F.RIDER

    O.C.F.RIDER Loose nut behind h/bars

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    I find pics like this one hard to swallow! I have heavier springs in mine, .54's and with the preload turned all the way up in the rear, the thing floats like a butterfly and lands like a GARBAGE TRUCK. I'm not that fat either, 170 lbs, at 5'10".
    Methinks some of the inmates are getting alot of Photoshop practice :lol3
    Rally On!!
    Chris
  6. uk_mouse

    uk_mouse Aquatic adventurer

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    I think the guy on the flying orange bike is using his huge cohones as extra shock absorbers.
    JonnyH913 likes this.
  7. frank wheelbarrow

    frank wheelbarrow ten four

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    Finally I have some one that thinks like I do!!!:dunno Photo Shop admit it Cpmodem.
    :nono Any hoo Yogoi can't handle have someone out doing him, hes pissed.:war
    We still want more proof , and we want to know more about the rider. sorry in advance for the demands...
    :gun1
  8. Hayduke

    Hayduke ///SAFETY THIRD/// Supporter

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    With the right (steep) landing area, I don't think it would be that traumatic. :dunno
  9. riceless

    riceless Let's Ride!

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    +1 and with the right rider:ricky

    but with the wrong rider:kurt
  10. O.C.F.RIDER

    O.C.F.RIDER Loose nut behind h/bars

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    I'd have to see some of these shots performed with my very own eye's otherwise, I say.........................:topes ! Getting the thing airborne and flying a long way AIN'T the problem, the problem (as I see it) is when gravity takes it's toll on a 500 lb. (+ rider) flying pig.
    When it comes to BIG jumps, I'm probably the wrong rider anyway.
    Rally On!!!
    Chris
  11. ronsolo

    ronsolo Hooplehead

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    Who actually took the shot below?

    Whoever you are it's a fantastic shot and you used a nice camera too. :D Do you by chance have a version without the head cut off? It would make a great poster.



  12. cpmodem

    cpmodem Orange Caveman

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    I believe Gregor (sakurama) took that one. An artist for sure.
  13. riceless

    riceless Let's Ride!

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    My wife took this one. An artist for sure.:sweeti
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  14. 2old2race

    2old2race I wana ride

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    Right click on the pic and then set as background
  15. Jeremy K

    Jeremy K Adventurer

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    3 more photos from the mx-track!
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  16. Jeremy K

    Jeremy K Adventurer

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  17. Jeremy K

    Jeremy K Adventurer

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  18. riceless

    riceless Let's Ride!

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    This is the start of daily commute. Although its usually dark, 5:30AM.
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    Shiny new skidplate.
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    3 kinds of rabbit round my house; the Jack,the Cottontail and my favorite
    the Giant Austrian Rockhopper

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  19. inte

    inte neophyte serendipity

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    Just stumbled onto this thread looking for another pic ... nice shots.

    My entry - neither the wheelie nor jump were very high, but it's something different...

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  20. riceless

    riceless Let's Ride!

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    It's a WHUMP
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