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    Six Pack Ride

    So I stole most of this idea from someone else on the board...last night 8 of us did what we called the "Six Pack Ride". Basically everyone brought a six pack of a beer. Then we all kept on of our own beers and put all the rest of our beers together on a table. We went in a circle and everyone picked one beer at a time until all the beers were "drafted". We started our first beer and whoever finished first chose where we drank our next beers (twoish miles trough downtown RVA). When we got there we all started our second beer and repeated the process...lots of fun.

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    What was the last beer drafted?

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    Sounds like something I've wanted to do for some SS dirt riding. A beer for every lap, and the last one riding is the winner.

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    Last beer was a PBR...and for those of you that are counting the six packs were: 3 PBR's, 1 Hieniken, 1 Cobra Malt Liquor, 1 Hurricane, 1 Yeungling, 1 Coors Light

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    coors, blech

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    cobra - ****in yeah.

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    why'nt ya'll drink ya some tasty beers?

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    Some kind soul DID bring the yuengling.
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    the most irrational form of exercise I could ever bring to discussion.

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    i miss yuengling.

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    I fell in love last night.
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    King Cobra....(sigh)...


    Here's a few photos from the ride...
    http://community.webshots.com/album/547705204QIQFoX
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    Quote Originally Posted by brunop
    why'nt ya'll drink ya some tasty beers?
    funny...i didn't know you came on the ride too...well good times.
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    For real. The quickest way to a woman's heart is between the 3rd and 4th ribs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FridgeRobot
    funny...i didn't know you came on the ride too...well good times.
    those beers were tasty too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shants
    cobra - ****in yeah.

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    is that awesome rope swing into the james river still there? cause if so I plan on hitting that thing up come summer.

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    Yeah, as far as I know. And the tree house on the other side of Bell Isle...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rvabiker
    Yeah, as far as I know. And the tree house on the other side of Bell Isle...
    oh **** I never went to that.

    I was at Belle Isle last year for Slaughterama though, and I bombed a kids bike down that rocky hill near the bridge. I literally flew off it into the air and I was expecting some pain when I magically landed on the seat (only slightly hurting my gooch) and grabbed the handlebars to finish the ride.

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    ugh. i miss richmond.
    double bourbon on the rocks on the weekend. four or five on saturday night.
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    wtf? PBR and Yuengling in the same sentence?

    Luckily, the shop I work at is only a few blocks from here. MMMMMM...unfiltered, unpasterized, naturally carbonated and naturally delicious.
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    no blu moon?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RVAbatman
    Here's a few photos from the ride...
    http://community.webshots.com/album/547705204QIQFoX

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    Quote Originally Posted by CBolt
    wtf? PBR and Yuengling in the same sentence?

    Luckily, the shop I work at is only a few blocks from here. MMMMMM...unfiltered, unpasterized, naturally carbonated and naturally delicious.
    mmmmmm is right.. I miss bell's

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    Blue Moon, you facist, simplistic butt trout. Learn it. Drink it. Love it. Sounds like a blast, I need a to get a crew together to do a 12-pack run.
    -Scotty

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    I sometimes like to ride with a ferret in my pants while eating blowfish sushi just to up the ante.

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    looks like fun. i've had some awesome times on belle isle. the best ropeswing in richmond isn't around anymore cause some kid apparently broke his neck on it.

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    sounds like something I do, except mine is called the Tour de Drink. It's where you chug four beers and get to riding.

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    here is one.
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