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- Fri Mar 02, 2018 4:03 am
- Forum: Off Topic
- Topic: What song are you listening to?
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I'm back after a long hiatus to bring good music back to this forum. Somehow I hadn't heard of Type O Negative until a couple of months ago. I must have been living under a rock, because they were badass.
- Fri Mar 02, 2018 3:49 am
- Forum: Help / Troubleshooting
- Topic: Haven't played in a couple of years. Need a good baseline setup.
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Bike and stability setups would both be great. As the title says, I haven't played in literally years, so I'm really trying to get my sea legs back under me and need a good setup to go from. Also, some tips on what to change as I relearn how to play would be super helpful as well. Also, what FOV do ...
- Sat May 21, 2016 3:40 am
- Forum: Racing
- Topic: 2016 rF Gaming Pro and Amateur Nationals
- Replies: 4351
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RIP all the casuals. I can't justify spending that kind of money just for a couple months of getting content on time. There's no point if you don't race the series. I'm guessing this will hurt game sales and community growth as well since tracks won't be accessible. That was what was great about Sim...
That's weird as hell to hear. Where I grew up we had nothing for mountain biking anywhere. Motocross tracks were all over the place and easy as hell to get to. That was in Missouri though. Now that I'm in Albuquerque and have a mountain range basically in my back yard, I may have to get into MTBing ...
It's really not hard. Just depends on how deep Mike decides to rip it. All the black dirt created by those decades of sawdust is still there, and still having sawdust piled on. First practice after he was closed for all those years was deep as hell. Frame deep ruts everywhere by noon and braking bum...
I stand by that is one of the funnest looking tracks I've ever watched through a helmet cam. My enjoyment comes from hitting the turn as fast as possible, not 50 footers. I can do them but I don't like all the time you have to think up there. If I'm going to crash I'd prefer it'd sneak up on me whi...
The layout and amazing dirt are what makes it fun. It flows extremely well. It's mostly natural terrain and develops ridiculously deep ruts and brutal braking bumps. There's not exactly a shortage of good tracks in the area, and most riders will tell you Kahoka is their favorite.