|02-06-2013, 09:54 PM||#16|
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went up to pemberton and took out the moonlander for a short tour over to one mile and up the sea to sky trail . i missed the trail conditions by about a day . things had gotten warm and squishy , but even so i could see the huge potential .
what a hoot . . . made me feel like my first time on a bike ( yes i can remember that far back ).
i would like to see one of these in my bike garage , sooner rather than later .
the big tires are fun , combined with the utter simplicity of a full rigid bike .
for the places i like to ride , i could see this being as fun as the xc bike i have now .
special shout out to the boys at the bike co ( pemberton ) for having their fleet in top mechanical condition . the bike was tight , they knew their tire pressures and they lent me a multi to make any adjustments i might have needed out on the trail . thanks for a great experience .
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