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View Poll Results: Rocks, Roots, or Hardpack
Rocky terrain 6 27.27%
Roots galore. 6 27.27%
Hardpack 9 40.91%
Rocks and Hardpack 7 31.82%
Roots and hardpack 9 40.91%
Rocks, roots and loose dirt. 8 36.36%
Rocks, roots and sugar sand 1 4.55%
Rootbeer 3 13.64%
Beer 7 31.82%
Roots, Rocks, and Rock'n Roll. 4 18.18%
Pop Rocks 0 0%
Pop Rocks and Coke 1 4.55%
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Old 09-27-06, 06:37 PM   #1
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Rocks and Roots or Hardpack

Which do you prefer?

I'm personally more about the rocks and roots. Discuss...
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Old 09-27-06, 06:44 PM   #2
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Rock and roots keep the challenge. I know for a fact that Girlscout likes them too.......

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I love riding over lots of rocks and roots...but I also love ripping down smooth but really flowy trails with light easy berms and rollers and so on.
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Me gusta hardpacko+los rootos.
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The only time i like rocks is when i'm rolling over them going downhill. Uphill on rocks i hate. Roots i sometimes like, depends on how big they are. A bit of loose dirt is great, and good old hardpack i can't say no too.
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