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Old 01-26-07, 02:57 PM   #1
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Encountered on My Ride Home

I was on the unplowed MUP for the heck of it, and I ran into (not literally) a guy using a Kick Sled.
http://www.kicksled.com/Frameset1.htm

It looked like fun but I don't think he was moving very fast. The MUP is all tracked up and bumpy. He told me he rode his bike the day before. Nice. At first I thought it was a little dog sled and I was going to make a comment about his dogs escaping, but I didn't.
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Old 01-26-07, 03:29 PM   #2
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Sled's are cool,we don't get enough snow here for me to get one but i'd like to.(http://www.kickbike.com/index.php?mid=93) i have a kickbike i use in the summer, so im into the motion...and love it!
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