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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 10-13-2005, 11:00 PM Thread Starter
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Boot/Shoe plates

Hey guys, I'm Mike. And I'm looking for the plates that you strap on to your feet for skiing next to your bike. Anybody know where to get them? Or are they just mountain bike pedal cleats/plates? Thanks
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Why is it I feel that a ton of smart ass remarks are about to take place here?

Anyhow, I have no idea. Welcome to the board though.
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I thought the titile of the thread might be too good to be true, I was right! Welcome and good luck with the skitching! Don't hurt yourself.
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lol, thanks. Yeah, just messing around the other night I was doing them fine after a gentle missed had graced the oil-coated pavement. But, you guys aren't sure either on where to get them huh?
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Just make your own. Here's what you'll need:

6 pack of beer (cans)

Shoe strings (two)

Drink beer, fashion "shoes" out of cans and secure to feet with shoe strings.

Skitch away!

Note: This is some tricky stuff, so feel free to double the ingredients as necessary to make a whole suit of armor in case you hit a rock or something.

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10-4. So I take it nobody in here does does that with there bikes??? I thought this was a stunt forum.
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10-4. So I take it nobody in here does does that with there bikes??? I thought this was a stunt forum.
It is. Maybe one of the stunters will speak up.
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that's not a stunt. That's something the squids do trying to impress random girls

I hate to break it to ya but "skitching" has been out since the late 90s... never done it, never wanted to lol
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skitching



i remember earlier this summer at the BP by RocknRoll Mcd's when some guy wanted to impress all the bikers at the station by skitching passed us all....needless to say, nobody cared.......but we did get a good laugh when he tried to slow down at the next turn, and bit it with his spark boots.

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Allllrighty. Was that guy that bit it, on a beat up R6? Cause I've talked to a dude down there with those skitchers that did it right by us, then came back, and chilled for a few minutes.
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Stomp on some bottlecaps so they are emb3dded into your shoe soles, then pull about a 6 block skitch and see how warm your feet get.....

Just ignore the circles burned into the bottom of your feet, you wanna play, you gotta pay!

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Hey Kegger, isn't this thread older than crap. He probally wore his chuck taylors down to his socks by now. And gotten lots of booty

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Dude wtf! ChicagoLandStuntaBoys yeah yeah!!!!




why why why would you want to do this?


Get ya some metal baseball cleats and make pretty sparks while ya ride too!!!

Heck there ya go, get the cleats and a metal plate drill hole install cleats to plate and screw to bottom of shoe... walahhh there ya go Squidrific!!!!!


Come on....Really... And after like what 4 posts...... WOW!!!!! A Keeper!!!

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So I guess you will not be attending any of Ken's Rider course's or Group ride leader training....

Just a shot in the dark.....

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Life's Journey Is Not To Arrive At The Grave Safely In A Well Preserved Body, But Rather To Skid In Sideways, Totally Worn Out, Shouting "HOLY SHIT... What A Ride!"

All you have to do is follow three simple rules. One, never under estimate your opponent (mentality). Expect the unexpected (could work out in your favor). Two, take it outside(or to a table). Never start anything inside the Bar unless it's absolutely necessary. And three, be nice.



Turning Shit into Sugar!!
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Oh I know EMR , Brian, Slowroll & Chey will get on this one.... wait just wait...

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All you have to do is follow three simple rules. One, never under estimate your opponent (mentality). Expect the unexpected (could work out in your favor). Two, take it outside(or to a table). Never start anything inside the Bar unless it's absolutely necessary. And three, be nice.



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that's not a stunt. That's something the squids do trying to impress random girls

I hate to break it to ya but "skitching" has been out since the late 90s... never done it, never wanted to lol
+1

Nick is right, this was barely a "stunt" when it was still in fashion.

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