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11-01-2019, 16:08   #46
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What phone/camera be that youre using...great shot
Just a regular S8. Rocks were let up by my helmet light.

Was very pleased with it myself!
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I stole this off Trailriders Ballyhoura facebook page, my new ride

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I stole this off Trailriders Ballyhoura facebook page, my new ride
Young lad in Trailriders was gushing about it and the custom wrap/decals on Sunday


Enjoy
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Lovely day for it.
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Fab, where's that, Killarney?
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Fab, where's that, Killarney?
Thanks, yep Killarney.
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Went in search of snow in Ballyhoura today - didn't find a lot. Good fun though.

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Was down in Killarney today. Had fun discovering what's around there, was nice to experience more technical natural trials. I'll be saving a few for when the experience builds up.
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Got caught in a blizzard at the top of Carrick.
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Three Rock. Beautiful night for a spin lasnite
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Certainly was
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Nice! I see you took the high road and I took the low Road.
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Having not cycled for 10+ years I decided to buy a bike.
Didn't want a pure mountain bike because I planned on doing a lot of road cycling, but also wanted something that could handle offroad too.



I know sweet FA about bikes, but I went with a scott sub cross 30 and have to say I was impressed with how easy this thing is to cycle. And did some really steep hills and mud/water on farm lanes with it.


There's no mountain bike tracks in this county that I'm aware of, nearest being about a 90 minute drive and I didn't buy a bike to drive it places.

But there's plenty of ****ty backroads and farm lanes zig zagging between.





Did 8km no bother!



Read conflicting things about having the lock suspension but it came in handy for when things got really rough.



Either way I got the cycling bug now time will tell as to how good a hybrid will be but it seems like the perfect all round bike for me.







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Also I know it's not technically mountain biking, but I have to start somewhere.

It's more so for adventuring and rambling when the weather gets better. I love wandering off to the backarse of nowhere and enjoying nature.

I have many big plans for the summer.
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