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    the $30 for the year is from date of purchase that is nice

    and they groom it pretty well and water when its dusty.


    Shoutout to the Popkum Dirt Park

    1dn5up Today, 01:07 PM Go to last post

    It's just fresh fruit Bill. It's not cooked. It smells gross, but if you get past that, it tastes quite nice. The smell does put many people off though.

    Where to get fresh durian?

    SnoDragon Today, 01:05 PM Go to last post

    There is another VERY well sorted SV out of Calgary, that is willing to deliver to Vancouver for cost of gas.


    New race bike day

    SnoDragon Today, 01:03 PM Go to last post

    Thanks for the links.

    I was never a fan of 1st gen SV looks wise, but holly hell, this is one sexy looking bike


    New race bike day

    cvrle1 Today, 12:44 PM Go to last post

    There are a couple of nice looking SVs out in Edmonton and Calgary. Both are all set up and ready to go. Saves you any border hassles with importing

    New race bike day

    drewnabobber Today, 12:30 PM Go to last post

    bahhahahahha.... damnit!! and all along i've been thinking it was the valves!! tickity tock, tickity tock!!.... LOL

    dude, they

    Triggering Traffic Lights

    bacchus40 Today, 12:25 PM Go to last post
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