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My new Intense Tracer T275C DVO Limited Edition Only 250 made. Trail/Enduro Mountain Bike! My Corvette ZO6 of enduro mountain bikes.πŸ˜ˆπŸ˜‰πŸ’ͺπŸ‘πŸ’€My Orthopedic surgeon gave me the go ahead to ease back into riding 2 wheeled pedal machines again, before i attempt to ride my motocross bike again. 3-4 more months of sports spec.rehab! 24 mos almost done! But will only be about 75-80%. #brokebonessuck #sportsinjuryrehabillitation #sportsinjury #ridemountainbikes #enduromountainbike #enduromtb #intensecycles #intensebikes #intensecyclesusa #willrideagain #dvosuspension #ridedvo #ridedvosuspension #dvogreen #dvodiamond #dvojade #ridemtb #mtb #mtbtx #mtblife

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  • 159w ago dvosuspension dvosuspension

    Enjoy!

  • 159w ago intensem9rdr intensem9rdr

    @dvosuspension I hope to enjoy it, once the trails dry up around my area. LoL For now, it just has to sit and look pretty. LoL πŸ˜πŸ‘πŸ˜Ž

  • 159w ago bstill30 bstill30

    That's a lot of bike for the Houston area

  • 159w ago intensem9rdr intensem9rdr

    @bstill30 Says who? LoL πŸ˜† I dont ride in the Houston area, the tag just came up that way. Thats what my dirt bike is for. 😈 I was hitting Whistler 11 summers in a row and hitting Whistler back in the 90s, during its Cactus Cup days. Texas does have an Enduro series with some courses offering 2500ft elevation in the hill country. But, ive always had 5-6.25" travel bikes here and enjoy them. If set up right, its just fine and fun to ride over all the exposed rooty sections. I also visit Colorado to ride. It may seem like too much bike to you, but its fun and just right for me. πŸ‘πŸ‘ŒπŸ’ƒ

  • 159w ago intensem9rdr intensem9rdr

    @bstill30 Oh, nice rides ya have man! My cousin used to live in Everett and Marysville. We used to head up to Bellingham, Stevens. Pass, Snoqualamie, back in the late 90s-2000. WA seems to be getting some nicer mtb bike park spots rolling!

  • 159w ago bstill30 bstill30

    @intensem9rdr That's good to hear. I grew up there and moved to WA in '92. That bike is friggin dialed. In terms of WA riding nowadays, it's getting better and better all the time. If you're ever up this way, let's ride!

  • 159w ago intensem9rdr intensem9rdr

    @bstill30 You grew up in Houston? Thanks for the cop on the bike. My M9 is in the travel case that my Tracer is leaning on. LoL Me going up to visit my cousin is how i got hooked on Whistler! The 1st time went, riders had to hire guides to go up and ride the trails at Whistler. LoL Later, i started working in the action sports industry, met lots of bike industry friends in the Vancouver area, that kinda became extended family over the years. Miss riding and visiting those guys and thier families. We also hit up Mt. Spokane for NORBA Nationals back when, Tomac was kickin tail, Mike King, Juliana Furtado to name a few. That was a long time ago. LoL I think Shaums March is living up near Bellingham these days. Now, that all my local mtb travel buddies are married and no longer allowed to do our annual summer Whistler trips, i had to change things up and start hitting Colorado to ride Trestle Bike Park and Keystone with friends n fam in Denver. Just easier for me to get to on my own. But man, i miss the mtb vibe, friends and fun of Whistler and Crankworx. LoL How do you like yr TR450? Is that what ya ride? We could def meet up and do some fun runs if i ever head up there again. πŸ‘πŸ˜Ž

  • 159w ago bstill30 bstill30

    @intensem9rdr I have a Covert and a 500. I love them both. I remember the early years, all those familiar names. Whistler is still amazing. Bellingham rocks! March holds clinics up at Stevens Pass. Port Angeles has fantastic riding/racing. I usually take an annual trip to Keystone for snowboarding, but would love to hit up the bike park. The vibe here continues to evolve and improve. I hear the TX Hill Country has decent riding as does Palo Duro (sp) Canyon.

  • 159w ago bstill30 bstill30

    @intensem9rdr My only mtb experience in TX was in Houston at Memorial Park πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚. My family always bugs me about moving back, then they shut up once I show them pics and video footage of riding/boarding up here. I have a few riding buddies up in BC, but my treks to Whistler are usually solo. Plenty of people to ride with yo there, so it's not an issue. I've read a few stories about the mtb ranches in TX. I think it's wonderful that riding is developing well there. Especially the more technical side of the sport. I enjoy trail building as much as riding. We are currently putting in more tracks up at Dry Hill in PA. Love riding DH and AM there. Plus, the high alpine riding in the Elwah Valley is off the hook.

  • 159w ago bstill30 bstill30

    I've met a lot of great people through riding and racing. It's given me so much, I don't think I'll ever be able to give enough back. The fact that you get to enjoy it so much while living down there just goes to show what a great sport we have.

  • 159w ago bstill30 bstill30

    Whoa @intensem9rdr! That sounds INTENSE. The bears up there are a double edger for sure. As far as Memorial goes, I have friends that run there. They have no clue. My trail building is usually helping out my friends that run the NW Cup series. It's fun. We camp, dig then have private shuttle days. I'm trying to get on with sone dig days with Treelines, but I work full time at Harborview, so when I'm off, I usually head out to PA or ride/board at Stevens or in Leavenworth. Just not enough time. I might try to make it out to CO this summer, but it's difficult to pay money to fly there when I have so much here.

  • 159w ago intensem9rdr intensem9rdr

    @bstill30 Very cool man, offering your trail building skills in PA! Yeah, i can totally understand the whole not wanting to pay $$ to ride CO. It is quite different terrain in some sense vs the PNW. Keystone has lots of natural and rough stuff on the DH. Its rougher than some of upper Garbonzo back in the day. Trestle is a lil rougher than Whistler in some areas. Not like riding concrete or paved trails like ya get on A or B line. LoL Trestle has built some PRO ONLY trails, that def takes Pro level nuts and skills to hit and ride off alive. I just dont know any shop mgrs like i did at Whistler that would let me come in and use a tool stocked work bench to get my dh bike tuned and or worked on. Fanatyco was coool to let me do that. Prob since my Canadian bike industry friends introduced me to them. I bought the shop guys ale afterwards too. They didnt wanna take it. LoL But it was ice cold. Sleemans Ale. Still, wouldnt find that here. LoL Plus awesome ER medical at Whistler. πŸ‘πŸ₯πŸ‘πŸ˜†Love me sime ice cold Kokanee at GLC or Longhorn after riding! 🍺🍻You def have nice stuff to ride in yr area. πŸ‘

  • 159w ago bstill30 bstill30

    Love the Longhorn! As far as my trail building, my PA friends teach me. I'm still a novice, but I have good people to guide me.

  • 155w ago riderscomx riderscomx

    Nice Feed, We represent @Riders_Company We'd love to see you on the grassroots programme in 2016, if of interest email RidersCoGrassroots@gmail.com

  • 134w ago intensem9rdr intensem9rdr

    #welivethis πŸ˜πŸ˜ŽπŸ™‹πŸ’ƒπŸ’ͺπŸ‘

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