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The Bomb Squad:



Downhill rally on 16” kids bikes.



Rules of play:

Your bike must have 16” wheels and must be in a stock configuration. No upgrades except the addition of a caliper (the shittiest kind) style brake may be added. No other upgrades or altering of stock equipment including tires may be made to the bikes. You can of course adjust your seat/stem/bars/brakes to your liking, not like it will help. We want to avoid an escalation of riders throwing money into bikes that should cost no more than ten dollars. Your bike should be a bike that can be easily replaced and will often be adorned with cartoon characters or images of pre-teen pop stars, in other words: junk.

You are responsible for lighting, we are going to be doing night runs so good lighting is important.

You are also responsible for your protective gear, helmets are mandatory, and everything else is encouraged.

We will be going down hill in masse; bike handling skill and a lack of self-preservation are paramount in this endeavor.


Edited by rev106, 26 April 2012 - 03:51 PM.


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The Bomb Squad:



Downhill rally on 16” kids bikes.



Rules of play:

Your bike must have 16” wheels and must be in a stock configuration. No upgrades except the addition of a caliper (the shittiest kind) style brake may be added. No other upgrades or altering of stock equipment including tires may be made to the bikes. You can of course adjust your seat/stem/bars/brakes to your liking, not like it will help. We want to avoid an escalation of riders throwing money into bikes that should cost no more than ten dollars. Your bike should be a bike that can be easily replaced and will often be adorned with cartoon characters or images of pre-teen pop stars, in other words: junk.

You are responsible for lighting, we are going to be doing night runs so good lighting is important.

You are also responsible for your protective gear, helmets are mandatory, and everything else is encouraged.

We will be going down hill in masse; bike handling skill and a lack of self-preservation are paramount in this endeavor.






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