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    MattMatt Member, Administrator, Rooster Endurance Member
    Those 4 bikes combined couldn't get a 10.
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    M_WareM_Ware Member, Rooster Endurance Member, Level 2 Supporter
    @Matt those are feral bikes, in the wild, in the midst of being ridden, Mr. Judgypants. :p
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    MattMatt Member, Administrator, Rooster Endurance Member
    edited September 2016
    I don't see riders atop those bikes, they seem to be resting.

    There are other hashtags that can be used in cycling-related photos.

    For instance, this could have been #coffeeshopride or #feedzone but definitely not #BAAW.


    And for the record, I'm not wearing pants.
    M_Warembrekk44MartinwchevronTad_MEvanAaronWebsteyRobert Rankinkjrunninyournotunique
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    @simonsen77 Bronson tires? You must have a death wish.

    Are those decals from Veloink?
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    simonsen77simonsen77 Member, Rooster Endurance Member

    @simonsen77 Bronson tires? You must have a death wish.

    Are those decals from Veloink?

    My mom had this sickly cocker spaniel years ago, names Bronson. That's been my primary association with the name ever since.

    Yeah, I think that's where I got the decals. My son saw them online, so we got a batch to make all our bikes match.
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    idking90idking90 Member, Pro Triathlete
    Bikes on the edge of a cliff? I'm sure the wedding nearby appreciated me using their geofilter.


    StruangM_WareTad_Msimonsen77EvanKenElPescadoPeladoAaronWebsteyMatttwig05Craig_DRobert RankinSteve Halewskiyournotunique
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    i missed the rules - i think this is exactly opposite what i was supposed to do - ocean looks nice though
    simonsen77Tad_MEvanMattbalsdorfAaronWebsteyRobert RankinGasBomb
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    Looks like you stopped during a race to take that.
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    MattMatt Member, Administrator, Rooster Endurance Member
    @idking90

    1) Clean the bike
    2) Install/Align tire logos and tube valves (for clinchers) can't see, assume 0.5
    3) Flat saddle
    4) Slam stem (flat or negative rise only)
    5) Remove saddle bag, bottles, computer (but ok to keep the cages, computer holder, etc.) 2 bottles, a bag AND a computer!??!
    6) Chain in the big ring + smallest cog 0.5
    7) Drive-side only
    8) Drive-side crank either at 3 o'clock (horizontal) or in line with your chainstay
    9) Valves at 6 o'clock (pointing up) or hidden between fork/seatstays
    10) Hide skewers

    Normally a 7, but -1 for the cheesy filter. Under #BAAW rules, I feel bad giving this a 6/10, but this would be better suited to an #epicride #mtbtrails kind of submission. Great backdrop!

    @Paul Glatzhofer as for you:

    1) Clean the bike
    2) Install/Align tire logos and tube valves (for clinchers) nicely done
    3) Flat saddle
    4) Slam stem (flat or negative rise only)
    5) Remove saddle bag, bottles, computer (but ok to keep the cages, computer holder, etc.)
    6) Chain in the big ring + smallest cog
    7) Drive-side only
    8) Drive-side crank either at 3 o'clock (horizontal) or in line with your chainstay
    9) Valves at 6 o'clock (pointing up) or hidden between fork/seatstays close enough
    10) Hide skewers these would be hidden if the picture was taken on the drive-side, no deduction

    4/10 but can easily go up to an 8 or 9.
    AaronWebstey
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    idking90idking90 Member, Pro Triathlete
    edited September 2016
    @Matt go ride for 3 hours of remote singletrack without that gear and let me know how it works out.
    The snapchat filter for a wedding is literally the ONLY reason I submitted this photo. I've taken far better photos of my bike, trust me.
    Plus, "the rules" don't apply the same way to MTBs
    Matt
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    MattMatt Member, Administrator, Rooster Endurance Member
    It wasn't a dig at your gearing; just that you could have put it in the small cog for the photo.

    MTB has no rules. Bunch of heathens.
    AaronWebsteyEvanTad_MCapenidking90yournotunique
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    Just cleaned her up.. the wall happens to be my kitchen
    M_WareA_drizzleEvanMattCraig_DGasBombAaronWebstey
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    MattMatt Member, Administrator, Rooster Endurance Member
    1) Clean the bike
    2) Install/Align tire logos and tube valves (for clinchers)
    3) Flat saddle
    4) Slam stem (flat or negative rise only)
    5) Remove saddle bag, bottles, computer (but ok to keep the cages, computer holder, etc.)
    6) Chain in the big ring + smallest cog
    7) Drive-side only
    8) Drive-side crank either at 3 o'clock (horizontal) or in line with your chainstay
    9) Valves at 6 o'clock (pointing up) or hidden between fork/seatstays
    10) Hide skewers

    8/10 and so close to a 9 (crank arm).

    Wood panels in the kitchen? Sell the bike and remodel.
    FatAss1wchevronkjrunninmbrekk44EvanCraig_DTad_MAaronWebstey
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    Matt said:

    1) Clean the bike
    2) Install/Align tire logos and tube valves (for clinchers)
    3) Flat saddle
    4) Slam stem (flat or negative rise only)
    5) Remove saddle bag, bottles, computer (but ok to keep the cages, computer holder, etc.)
    6) Chain in the big ring + smallest cog
    7) Drive-side only
    8) Drive-side crank either at 3 o'clock (horizontal) or in line with your chainstay
    9) Valves at 6 o'clock (pointing up) or hidden between fork/seatstays
    10) Hide skewers

    8/10 and so close to a 9 (crank arm).

    Wood panels in the kitchen? Sell the
    bike and remodel.

    . I live in an old farm house and I'm single usually... therefore I spend way more money on my bikes than home decor

    KenElPescadoPeladoM_Warejakesaundersidking90Tad_MyournotuniqueAaronWebstey
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    M_WareM_Ware Member, Rooster Endurance Member, Level 2 Supporter
    In old prairie farm houses paneling IS an upgrade. :)
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    Purposely ignoring rule 1, cause cross. New bike on first ride
    MattEvanM_WareMartinidking90Tad_Myournotunique

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    MattMatt Member, Administrator, Rooster Endurance Member
    1) Clean the bike
    2) Install/Align tire logos and tube valves (for clinchers) Can't see!
    3) Flat saddle
    4) Slam stem (flat or negative rise only)
    5) Remove saddle bag, bottles, computer (but ok to keep the cages, computer holder, etc.)
    6) Chain in the big ring + smallest cog
    7) Drive-side only
    8) Drive-side crank either at 3 o'clock (horizontal) or in line with your chainstay
    9) Valves at 6 o'clock (pointing up) or hidden between fork/seatstays Nice
    10) Hide skewers

    Pre-ride this would have been a 9/10, assuming your tire logos + tube valves are aligned.

    Looks too warm for Cross. Not enough mud!
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    The Cozumel whip with appropriate back drop (hey, that's a half a wall).
    M_Waresimonsen77EvankjrunninJames LangeGasBombyournotuniqueKenElPescadoPelado
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    MattMatt Member, Administrator, Rooster Endurance Member
    Half walls are OK in Mexico, but it's the 20ft ones that will cause issues.

    1) Clean the bike 0.5 because that bar tape needs replacing.
    2) Install/Align tire logos and tube valves (for clinchers) YES
    3) Flat saddle
    4) Slam stem (flat or negative rise only)
    5) Remove saddle bag, bottles, computer (but ok to keep the cages, computer holder, etc.)
    6) Chain in the big ring + smallest cog
    7) Drive-side only
    8) Drive-side crank either at 3 o'clock (horizontal) or in line with your chainstay
    9) Valves at 6 o'clock (pointing up) or hidden between fork/seatstays Nice
    10) Hide skewers

    7.5/10 but 8.5 if you fix the cranks, 9 for new bar tape.
    M_Waresimonsen77EvanTad_Myournotunique
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    Brent_RBrent_R Member
    edited September 2016
    Thanks @Matt. (The bar tape was good before the race. Probably pulled it off wiping my hands off in the heat).

    Also, after 5 minutes of adjusting the pedal against the wall, then the skewer then the crank arm, then the bike slipped, rinse and repeat, figured I'd live with it.
    MattAaronWebstey
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    mbrekk44 said:


    Just cleaned her up.. the wall happens to be my kitchen

    Shouldn't this be on the BSIAC thread? (Bike Stuck In A Corner)
    M_WareTad_Mmbrekk44
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    tcraigtri said:

    mbrekk44 said:


    Just cleaned her up.. the wall happens to be my kitchen

    Shouldn't this be on the BSIAC thread? (Bike Stuck In A Corner)
    From the House Of Dark:


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    MattMatt Member, Administrator, Rooster Endurance Member
    1) Clean the bike
    2) Install/Align tire logos and tube valves (for clinchers) can't tell
    3) Flat saddle
    4) Slam stem (flat or negative rise only)
    5) Remove saddle bag, bottles, computer (but ok to keep the cages, computer holder, etc.)
    6) Chain in the big ring + smallest cog
    7) Drive-side only
    8) Drive-side crank either at 3 o'clock (horizontal) or in line with your chainstay
    9) Valves at 6 o'clock (pointing up) or hidden between fork/seatstays can't tell
    10) Hide skewers N/A

    8.5/10, but +.5 for the wall
    9/10
    idking90KenElPescadoPeladoM_WareBrent_REvanTad_MAaronWebstey
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    kjrunninkjrunnin Member, Rooster Endurance Member, Level 2 Supporter
    My filthy commuter. I think I broke all of your rules. That view though...
    M_Waresimonsen77MattTad_MAaronWebstey

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    MattMatt Member, Administrator, Rooster Endurance Member
    I don't see a bike in that picture.
    10/10 for the view.
    simonsen77kjrunninEvanTad_Myournotunique
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    Tad_MTad_M Member, Rooster Endurance Member, Level 2 Supporter
    @Matt ,
    Matt said:

    I don't see a bike in that picture.
    10/10 for the view.

    @Matt it's one of those magic images, just stare deeply, cross your eyes slightly. Wait for it...... it will appear, just keep waiting.
    M_WareMatt

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    MattMatt Member, Administrator, Rooster Endurance Member
    Nope, definitely no bike in that picture...


    Tad_M
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    simonsen77simonsen77 Member, Rooster Endurance Member

    @Matt ,

    Matt said:

    I don't see a bike in that picture.
    10/10 for the view.

    @Matt it's one of those magic images, just stare deeply, cross your eyes slightly. Wait for it...... it will appear, just keep waiting.
    I see a schooner.
    KenElPescadoPeladoKHilgendorfTad_Midking90yournotunique
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