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View Poll Results: Awesome places to ride
Grand Canyon 3 15.79%
Atlas Mountains 0 0%
Lake District (England) 3 15.79%
The Alps 8 42.11%
The Outback (Austrailia) 1 5.26%
The Moon *think of the air time!!!* 4 21.05%
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Old 04-26-01, 05:32 AM   #1
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Where *if you had the chance* would you most like to ride?

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Old 04-26-01, 05:43 AM   #2
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I think there is room for a few bikes on the Mission to Mars. Unlike the moon, gravity will be sufficient to gain some traction.
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Rich,

If anyone from your last poll voted for keeping their "Huffy," the moon might be the best place for them to ride it.
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Pete,

haha...the thing is, I don't think we get Huffy bikes over here in the UK....

Are they really that bad???

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I think i`m going to like spacebiking!
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Old 05-20-01, 10:29 PM   #6
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I don't think there's anywhere that I really don't want to bike.

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I've not been to any of the places mentioned but for mtb it HAS to be Wallace, Idaho.

Awesome,awesome ride
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I've not been to any of the places mentioned but for mtb it HAS to be Wallace, Idaho.

Awesome,awesome ride
I've heard Idaho has great mt. biking. I'll have to put it on my list of places to go.
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The most awesome place to ride is wherever you want, whenever you want.
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whaaaaaa...why wasn't West Virginia on the list?
i'm a west-coast gal by birth...but WV has some of the sweeeetest singletrack in the US!
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Rich - Huffy are sold by Halfords
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I don't think there's anywhere that I really don't want to bike.
I've never biked any of those places, including the moon. But I'm with this Australian biker--the bike can be great almost anyplace:
trails, countryside, city streets. They all point to the versatility of the bike.

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