dry trailsHome › Forum › Bike Forum › dry trailsOverviewBike ForumChat ForumFor SaleWantedForum HelpClassified RulesViewing 10 posts - 1 through 10 (of 10 total)dry trails nickhartMemberjust found this on nsmb.com dusty trails, not sure if it’s as good as the cotic vids but it makes me want to be somewhere warm. [video]http://vimeo.com/54099656[/video] Posted 5 years ago scaredypantsSubscriberI can just look out of my window and want to be somewhere warm dry 😥 Posted 5 years ago johnj2000MemberLove it. Makesme realise how slow I am though Posted 5 years ago curiousyellowSubscriberWhat is a dry trail? Posted 5 years ago andehMemberIf there’s a bike in the world that can steal my heart back from my BFe, it’s that!Hardtails are ace innit. Posted 5 years ago Pimpmaster JazzMemberI’ve heard rumours of these mythical ‘dry trails’.Apparently they used to exist near me.But alas, no more. Posted 5 years ago larrythelatheMemberWhat frame is that Posted 5 years ago JAGSubscriberIf there’s a bike in the world that can steal my heart back from my BFe, it’s that!true dat! It’s exactly what I was thinking as is….Hardtails are ace innit 😀 8) Posted 5 years ago mdavidsMemberWhat frame is thatOne of theseGoogled it cos it looks nice and I’m after a hardtail but thats too much travel for the trails I’d be using it on.Nice vid but my riding is now so tuned into the slop that I’d probably fall off on something that dry and dusty. Posted 5 years ago curiousyellowSubscriberThose days when the trails are dry are amazing. You get that “on holiday” sort of feeling.The muddy days feel good, but more in an “I’ve put a good shift in today” sort of way. Does that make sense to anyone or is it just me? Posted 5 years ago Viewing 10 posts - 1 through 10 (of 10 total)The topic ‘dry trails’ is closed to new replies.