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    Over 50, and not 2 tired UniGeezer's Avatar
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    Drop, crash, FAIL!

    Yeah, sometimes you fall. It's getting back that counts!


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    Nice...I'd ride that drop =) It's been a while since I've taken the (M)uni out on the trails though. I'm sure my first few attempts wouldn't be pretty.

    -Jeremy


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tunnelrat81 View Post
    Nice...I'd ride that drop =) It's been a while since I've taken the (M)uni out on the trails though. I'm sure my first few attempts wouldn't be pretty.

    -Jeremy
    nice log skinny riding! Yeah that drop was pretty small compared to others I've done, and landed. Like this:

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    ^^ You've definitely got me in the skills department. I've only done one big (4.5 ft -ish) drop worth mentioning, and I pogo'ed the approach, not nearly as classy as rolling in. But it's been probably 6 years since I've last truly ridden my uni. Around the garage and street, sure, but not out on any trails. Last time I think was a Muni weekend in Carpinteria, CA. It was a big organized event that they'd held in Tahoe area before. I drove out there and slept in the back of my pickup truck to save some $. Had a TON of fun riding the trails down toward the coast off of the ridge. My 24" Torker was the cheapest uni out there, but it was SO much fun.

    -Jeremy

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