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Old 06-25-10, 08:35 PM   #2776
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Realized there's more I haven't posted:

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Old 06-25-10, 08:57 PM   #2780
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That was about 40 feet of nearly vertical hill. I don't have the balls to do it, but my friend did. It was impressive.
This was at a Trek Demo day and he was on their DH bike. I stuck to a nice full suspension carbon Top Fuel.
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That looks like so much fun. I want to build a 40ft tall near-verticle drop in now just so I can do that.
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that would have been a pain dragging a body and bike allll the way out of the woods
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sweet pictures, i am trying to work out a way to get a ride in up here in upstate new york. I am only here for this summer and then just til august. glad i can vicariously live through yall's pictures.
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My family was out of the house today, so instead of going home to eat, I snarfed fast food and rode instead. I think I got in about four miles in 20 some-odd minutes. It's a good thing my office is cold.
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Road Blankets Creek in Canton, GA today for the first time in a few years. It was a good ride. Road Mosquito Flats followed by Dwellers. Mosquito has one of those wooden-plank sections that I still don't know the proper name for. It's only about 100ft long & is very wide, but it was still fun. Dwellers was a blast! Pretty rough with a rigid fork, but still well worth it. There is also some banking that wasn't there last time I rode Dwellers, & a double (jump) going down a steep decline. No a big one by any means, but still a first for me since I quit racing BMX. Planning on getting Johnny Law out there as soon as I can. No pictures today; was with a group of people too large to stop & take pictures without anyone getting anxious. Next time I'll be better though.
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Nice spin at Ninham today. My leg is still sore from smacking into a tree the other day, so stayed on the small bike. Drops or jumps with gaps scare me silly for some reason, but there are a couple spots over there with some nice little ones for me to get some practice on. Smoooooooove landings.

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This page has a ton of "scary good" pics.

I am forwarding this thread to the Gravity Police. Some serious violations here and I got the pictures to prove it.
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The local spot yesterday. My wife likes this one.


We went for a run at Macedonia Brook today.
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Old 07-12-10, 03:35 PM   #2793
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Today at Blue, with Josh and Mike.





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In the last picture that last boulder looks like it is angled so you'd slide off eat **** if the moss was wet!
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In the last picture that last boulder looks like it is angled so you'd slide off eat **** if the moss was wet!
It was a bit damp. Don't brake, don't turn.
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fell into a HIDDEN mudpit today (it litteraly came to my waste in the begining)... cooled me down at leaste


decided to pull out the phone for a pic


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How was that hidden? We were at a popular muddin' spot & you had the option of taking the bike path or the mud bogging path. Also, it was only knee deep
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How was that hidden? We were at a popular muddin' spot & you had the option of taking the bike path or the mud bogging path. Also, it was only knee deep
Ya never know how deep those puddles are.
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I did! I had JohnnyLaw check it out for me!
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HA! the depth was hidden! thats what i ment! i mean of corse i could see the muddle "puddle" but i didnt expect to go over my handle bars into a 3 food deep POND!
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