There's a certain fit/feel that I want in the reach and there's a playfulness that I tend to look for, regardless of wheel size and the blur had that in every way.
It was a great bike. The lasting legacy of that bike for me is that I always look for a certain fit and feel as a result from all my subsequent trail bikes.
the iterations of said PDC could fill a post for this website.
That looks like a super fun bike.
I rode a Brodie Nemesis(not so good) and a SC Blur 4x(very good) for a few seasons in the yesteryear of the Shore as my primary trail bike and was super fun and a very capable mini-sled.
Longer, lower and slacker I'd be all over it if there was production bike.
If you see me broken down by the side of the road, I trust you'll toot the horn on your way by to episode 2.
Keep taking the scenic route, pops.
Re: Peaches...This what I hear in my head when i see peaches in the grocery store or think of peaches or see the word peaches so thank you for the torment in my head that I am now experiencing.
Don't make me find the photo where he had 2 phones.
I make fast friends with my whole team of physio peeps!
I've found that the gym is necessary and just a function of getting older. I have chronic pain and weakness at this point in my riding life so every time I slip off the daily home program and or the regular gym rat program and/or yoga practice and add heavy periods of slinging a camera bag I can guarantee a few months of rehab and expensive physio treatments.
I've always loved that in that one stump drop image that the girl from The Ring is hanging out in the background.
Nice to see you up in here again, Parsons!
Fuckin' A... or maybe that should be eh.
I concur. The z150 and 66 both share a special place in darkest corners of my heart along with the hayes hfx-9's.
Nice to see this one out in the wild. There's good people up there in the north!