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Old 03-28-09, 02:36 PM   #1
mi_dad04
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hello all

I just wanted to pop in and say hello to all. And to ask a few questions to all of the S.E. mich riders. When I was younger i rode my univega 501 alot at stony creek and bloomer state park as well as the local train to trail routes. Back in 99 i bought a new Hoo koo e koo. And did not ride it all that much due to my terrible smoking habit and mistake of a marriage. fast foreward 10 years, I am now a non smoker and divorced. I just got the hkek back out dusted it off replaced the indy xc fork with a tora 302 sl. I am ready to ride but I would like to ride some trails I have not ridden many times before. Are there any other trails close to rochester besides bloomer and stoney creek?
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Old 03-28-09, 06:00 PM   #2
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Its a little bit of a hike for you, but Kensington (from what I hear) has the best trails within reasonable distance of se michigan
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