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February 10, 2004, 09:49 AM

Remember that when riding on the sides of embankments on your parents driveway...

...being perpendicular is bad.

Though I did manage to save face from LITERALLY rolling down the hill at the cost of an extreme leg crap from trying to hold the bike up and a 90 degree angle while the bike was moving.
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"extreme leg crap" ???

*looks for "m" key on keyboard*
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February 10, 2004, 10:51 AM

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"extreme leg crap" ???

*looks for "m" key on keyboard*
I hate those leg craps, they're 10 times worse than the butt craps I sometimes get while riding.
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