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Old 02-25-04, 11:40 PM   #1
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As stated before in my last message before if there is anyone from the area that can give me some info on places to ride I would be greatful. Thanks!
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Old 02-25-04, 11:51 PM   #2
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The Carolina Cyclers
http://www.carolinacyclers.org/rides.html#monthly

South Carolina's State Trails Website
http://www.sctrails.net/trails/

South Carolina Cycling Calendar
http://www.pccsc.net/event.htm

South Carolina Bicycling Links
http://bicycle-gifts.com/busasc.htm

and dude, you're an MP; didja know there's a really popular 17 mile loop out there on the Fort? I'm not good at giving directions, but if you call Outspokin (http://www.outspokinbicycles.com/ 3223 Devine St.; Columbia SC 29205; 803-254-9797) -- they can give 'em to you.

by the way, what's this I've been hearing about the army going back to a .45? even a 1911 style or (hell yeah!) an actual 1911 itself? what's your feeling? would you still want to keep that dinky needle-hole-puncher 9mm Beretta?

LOL!,

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Old 02-26-04, 06:08 AM   #3
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If you're into mtb Columbia is not all that far away from the Smokies. Weekend trips could bring you to some of the best mtb trails in the east.
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thanks for the PM, dude!

I didn't realise you were looking for MTB stuff; that route on the Ft. I mentioned was for road, actually.

as far as trails, when I was doing them, I did Harbison, just like you've already found. as a matter of fact, I'm planning on doing some fairly serious-ish riding with my uncle, who's pretty good, so I've got to get ready before I see him in June/July. wanna go riding sometime, drop me a line! or hell, if you just want to grab a beer or something, etc.

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