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Ha! funny girl. :laugh:

I'm like a girl when it comes to riding clothes. I will post some pics of ALL of them later. I have 7 or 8 sets of pants and jerseys. Matching of course! 2 helmets plus I just ordered another so that makes 3 helmets. 4 pairs of gloves. 2 pairs of boots, one regular and one low cut. A chest protector and a neck roll. I like to look sharp when I ride.

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haha moni :) :) very funny!!

i think nearly everyone on here has probably seen my gear...buttt:

gear when I'm play riding around the yard:

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gear when I'm practice riding:

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gear when I'm RACINGGGGGG:

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and here's the gear for rainy days :)

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..so where's everyone else's pictures?!

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Most of the time I'm wearin the bandana to keep the hairs outta my face!

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Here I am sporting the THOR zip off pants, LOVE THEM!

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And here's me in my pink!

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:yes::yes::yes:

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Here is what I usually throw in the truck when I go to the track or trails.....one set of Thor AC gear and two sets of Thor Phase gear.....4-5 goggles....several different sets of Thor socks for different lengths depending on what riding style I will be doing.......

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Just got this new gear a few weeks ago.....two Thor AC pants....two Thor AC jerseys and two Thor phase pants.....Dennis Kirk had a clearance sale that I couldn't pass up even though I already had these same ones.

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And lets not forget boots......really sucks to drive three hrs to spend two days camping and riding trails and gettin your boots soaked and wet on the first morning.....learned on our very first weekend outing that you can't have enough dry and clean gear :wink:

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Just about everytime we go to the shop, DrtyGrl gets something so then I whine a little and get something too. :laugh:

I really want a "Leatt" brace

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