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Old 04-19-12, 06:28 PM   #1
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Thurs MTB Ride (4/19)

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Old 04-19-12, 08:13 PM   #2
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A dude in another forum said the graph makes it look like a Dolly Parton course.............
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Impressive. I personally would have taken that turn wide to avoid that nasty steep inside corner, but then again you do have the "beanz" reputation to uphold.
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Impressive. I personally would have taken that turn wide to avoid that nasty steep inside corner, but then again you do have the "beanz" reputation to uphold.
I asked some one to a picture for me. So I gave her the camera, rode down then back up cause I'm a poser.

Normally I go right down the middle (not too steep, not too easy) but being a poser and all, had to make it look good for the camera.

I usually take the steep section when I don't have te extra weight of the video recorder on my head.
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I asked some one to a picture for me. So I gave her the camera, rode down then back up cause I'm a poser.

Normally I go right down the middle (not too steep, not too easy) but being a poser and all, had to make it look good for the camera.

I usually take the steep section when I don't have te extra weight of the video recorder on my head.
Dude don't ruin it!!! Take that back and just say "yeah east coaster, this is how we do it on the left side" LOLOL
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