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My Turkey day ride!

Old 11-26-11, 08:39 AM
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My Turkey day ride!

Went out to Palmer Park early, I really miss that place. Managed to get in a few loops before returning to the festivities. Conditions were great!














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Old 11-26-11, 04:00 PM
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great pictures. Steep hills. I fell a few times when I was younger when I didnt have my butt hanging off the back.
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Your bike looks suicidal.

Nice pics!
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Originally Posted by chefisaac View Post
great pictures. Steep hills. I fell a few times when I was younger when I didnt have my butt hanging off the back.
It can throw you if not careful!

Originally Posted by goldfinch View Post
Your bike looks suicidal.

Nice pics!
LMAO!!! It has an adreniline issue.
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Beautiful photos. Looks like a great ride.
 
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Nice scenery, and a pretty technical singletrack to boot!

I'm surprised at the lack of snow on the mountains, unless that's snow and not bare rock I'm seeing near the tops.
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