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Old 10-14-11, 08:44 AM   #76
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http://findout.rei.com/blog_detail/?...03404148916473

Not strictly MTB related, but cool nonetheless. And finally some sensibly-packaged tubes! I've always wondered why all tubes don't come like that.
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Argument for valve caps. Must have picked up a stick.
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What is that nut for, anyway?
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He takes OK close-up photos, so we keep him around.
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Woohoo! Less than a 2 hr drive. High hopes.

a new indoor-outdoor bike park in syracuse

http://cranx.com/
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Woohoo! Less than a 2 hr drive. High hopes.

a new indoor-outdoor bike park in syracuse

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Four for me! When are we going?
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Old 10-26-11, 04:57 PM   #83
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Four for me! When are we going?
Sometime after they open? I know you're anxious to become an offical TGMBGer.
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December? January? Let's do it.
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ASAP, certainly. It appears that opening is conditional on the municipal planning dept's blessing though, so my breath is not being held.
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ASAP, certainly. It appears that opening is conditional on the municipal planning dept's blessing though, so my breath is not being held.
Hmmm, yoga isn't offered either. Starting to sound like a dud.
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Hmmm, yoga isn't offered either.
You strike me as more the pilates type.
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I'm pretty sure 'cuse has Starbucks, so you should be fine.
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I don't need to drive 4 hours for a Starbucks.
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I'm pretty sure 'cuse has Starbucks, so you should be fine.
2.5 hours, whats up?
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I was just pointing out that you could do without Yoga since you could spend the free time at a Starbucks. You could even spend it at Tim Horton's, I'm sure there are plenty of them too.

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I'll be watching this closely, I would definitely make a trip.
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I was just pointing out that you could do without Yoga since you could spend the free time at a Starbucks. You could even spend it at Tim Horton's, I'm sure there are plenty of them too.
I'll bring my own espresso maker and if gastro gives impromptu yoga lessons in the parking lot before the ride, I may reconsider.
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Finally received the wonderful gift of safety for my birthday & got to try it on. Fits amazingly, lightest helmet in the house, & looks good to boot! (on a normally shaped head, at least)

Here 'tis. Still quite drunk so you'll have to excuse the face. Seemed like a good idea at the time.

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Finally received the wonderful gift of safety for my birthday & got to try it on. Fits amazingly, lightest helmet in the house, & looks good to boot! (on a normally shaped head, at least)

Here 'tis. Still quite drunk so you'll have to excuse the face. Seemed like a good idea at the time.

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Blame my brother for that. He's the one who insisted on celebrating my 21st with alcohol
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LOL! that's beyond awesome^^^ He should come and do my trails next.
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I'm back to a 1x9 on the Komodo. My new trail network isn't quite as climby as my old local trails...and I was ready for a change. I'll try to get better pic's in the daytime. I went with a BBG bash and a BBG inner.

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