Any chance of a MTB commuter thread sticky?

canada16
canada16 Posts: 2,360
edited January 2009 in Commuting chat
Hi

Am I the only person who rides to work on his full suss locked out? :lol:

How bout it guys anyone else, what ya riding and how far ect..

Focus Superbud 2008
Fox F32 RL100
Fox RP2
Magura Brakes
Xt Shadow
LX Gears
Ritchey Carbon riser
Ritchey wet black stem
Wellgo MG-1'S

8MILES A DAY

Comments

  • biondino
    biondino Posts: 5,990
    By all means have a thread about it but why do you think a sticky is appropriate? One of the great things about commuting is that it brings together MTBs, roadies, hybrids, recumbents and allows us all to share experiences which we probably wouldn't otherwise.

    But if you have specific things you want discussing, go for it!
  • spen666
    spen666 Posts: 17,709
    why not have nothing but stickies?

    If people want to use a thread on MTB commuting, it will stay on the front page, if not, then why should it stay on front page?

    We have far tooo many sticky threads as it is - they should be the exception
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  • always_tyred
    always_tyred Posts: 4,965
    Would this be a thread solely dedicated to people who commute along singletrack?
  • I'd back up Biondino says, one of the great things about the Commuting Forum is that it brings together the usually divided (in a 'my type of cycling is better than your type of cycling') cycling community.
  • canada16
    canada16 Posts: 2,360
    Answer sorted.

    Anyway, anyone who wants to discuss there lovely MTBing on the road.

    Car open there door on me today, forced me to slam on my brakes, then he told me to p1ss off cyclist.

    Its a danger out there for road bikes and MTB, we are all in the same boat.

    Why cant we all just get along.... LOL

    Happy commuting
  • Nice commuting bike btw :D You should unlock the bouncy bits for some additional training ;-)
  • chronyx
    chronyx Posts: 455
    Yup, Hardrock with sexy panniers and slicks :D

    I know the SCR2 is nowt special but it's still my 'new'/good bike and I don't want to commute it yet
    2007 Giant SCR2 - 'BFG'

    Gone but not forgotten!:
    2005 Specialized Hardrock Sport - 'Red Rocket'
  • whyamihere
    whyamihere Posts: 7,708
    No.
  • hi,
    i start commuting by bike on 2nd feb. been out every day since 2nd jan...got rid of my cherished landy but £700 diesel a month a bit much. so new job, no car bills and hopefully fitness will return by summer. i'm going to use my scott genius ltd with panaracer slicks n suspension locked out with a brooks professional seat...nearly broken in. average speed on a very hilly ring circuit of 15.5miles is 11.2mph. commute going to be 12miles either way double day shifts so no traffic problems expected...wish me luck...really looking forward to it

    regards

    shaun
    Cotic Soul rider.
  • EricaR
    EricaR Posts: 26
    Yey, I ride an MTB too... its a cheap raleigh *caked* in mud, I'm afraid i know nothing about it or what model it is lol

    Believe it or not it's my most expensive buy at £120 after years of riding those cheapo ones you get in places like motorworld :oops: