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Old 09-13-2013, 10:47 PM   #152971
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Theoretically sure. But how do you prove something like that? ;-)
Well actually my theory is, no brain, no pain!
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Reason why mountain bike helmets are so expensive is because they need to be light and ventilated without compromising strength. More expensive materials are used. A lot of them are carbon fiber.
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Reason why mountain bike helmets are so expensive is because they need to be light and ventilated without compromising strength. More expensive materials are used. A lot of them are carbon fiber.
The helmets we buy are average like $250
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Reason why mountain bike helmets are so expensive is because they need to be light and ventilated without compromising strength. More expensive materials are used. A lot of them are carbon fiber.
the spokes on my wheels on my chair are carbon fiber. surprisingly thats it for CF on it though
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The helmets we buy are average like $250
It's worth it. I've read up on cheap helmets. They crack, dent, split on an impact. On some of the cheaper downhill helmets the chin piece will crumple and do more harm than good.
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the spokes on my wheels on my chair are carbon fiber. surprisingly thats it for CF on it though
Easier to control I assume?
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Easier to control I assume?
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I'm off to murica for some gas. It's only a 10 min drive.

Local prices = $4.98 a gallon

Washington = $3.53
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Washington is even cheaper than here. It was $3.73 on Tuesday for pure 87.
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holy crapola! an edsel close to me that isnt pink! might have to roadtrip next weekend and look at it

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