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I have the same addiction and spread it to my family..I bought Transition Ripcords for my 7 and 9 year old grandsons so they are riding full suspension bikes with us. The 5 year old is riding a 16” Hot Rock for now but has a Rissignol 20” full suspension in the waiting when he is ready. I’m riding a Stumpy carbon 29er….no e bikes in my stable and I’m 70……so…..we share the same addiction!
Thats me on the front right… I’m the riding leader of our intermediate group. Big group that night with a group of 24 following me….

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Looks like a fun group. Yeah I rode for quite a while. We're all in our 60s and 70s now and ride E bikes. Health reasons put me on a E. My buddies got them because they got tired of watching me fly by on climbs. I'm looking at the end of it, but I've got a couple of years left. I got a mtn to train for racing motors. I liked them better and never looked back.

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I worked for Ventana Mountain Bikes for 8 years. They taught me how to build frames. Best job I ever had.

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This is a prototype Mullet I helped develop. We ended up going with a 26" rear wheel. I pushed the 27.5" rear to no avail. It was called the El Rey.

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Looks like a fun group. Yeah I rode for quite a while. We're all in our 60s and 70s now and ride E bikes. Health reasons put me on a E. My buddies got them because they got tired of watching me fly by on climbs. I'm looking at the end of it, but I've got a couple of years left. I got a mtn to train for racing motors. I liked them better and never looked back.

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I worked for Ventana Mountain Bikes for 8 years. They taught me how to build frames. Best job I ever had.

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This is a prototype Mullet I helped develop. We ended up going with a 26" rear wheel. I pushed the 27.5" rear to no avail. It was called the El Rey.

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That’s awesome, Pauliemon
Looks like a fun group. Yeah I rode for quite a while. We're all in our 60s and 70s now and ride E bikes. Health reasons put me on a E. My buddies got them because they got tired of watching me fly by on climbs. I'm looking at the end of it, but I've got a couple of years left. I got a mtn to train for racing motors. I liked them better and never looked back.

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I worked for Ventana Mountain Bikes for 8 years. They taught me how to build frames. Best job I ever had.

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This is a prototype Mullet I helped develop. We ended up going with a 26" rear wheel. I pushed the 27.5" rear to no avail. It was called the El Rey.

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thats awesome, Pauliemon…we do share the love of mountain biking. I have a big mtn bike event coming up at the end of this month up in VT then one in NH and one in VT next month. We have to keep those wheels rolling. Thanks for sharing your story, buddy!
 
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