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some pics from my ride today, Rockville Hills park, Fairfield CA

Old 05-11-03, 06:12 PM
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some pics from my ride today, Rockville Hills park, Fairfield CA

It was a nice short ride ... havent gone in a while, plus I needed to come back this afternoon to work on some essay for school, anyways on with the pics

First we waited at starbucks for a while for syd to show up ... he said 9:25




Here he is


Fashionably late


hmm when did napa get traffic cameras?


looks like its sell cherries on the side of the highway season


so once we got there we had to do some last minute maintence


and neal had to get his kneepads on which he has trouble with everytime
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Old 05-11-03, 06:13 PM
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so then we rode for a while and came to this slightly technical uphill that was on solid rock ... syd made it up aight


neal on the other hand ...


so we are pretty high up here now




and the hill is steep right here ... even I lost traction on this loose stuff


then we rode for a while more






and then we waited for a while for the rest and russie took a pic of me
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then we rode up the "rock garden" which is a fairly technical trail that is uphill ... had a blast on it .. then we arrived at the vista point




im laaaaaiiid back


took some more pics after that






then we found this really big hole ... I tried to order some chow mein and orange sesame chicken, but to no avail




one last hill on the way back to the cars
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so then we packed up








did about 2 1/2 hrs of riding or so ... not bad


cruisin back


yet another cherry stand


and this old integra in front of us which I found amusing because it had a VTEC sticker, and honda did not introduce VTEC into the US until 1993 or so, and this car is an 89 or older
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looks like U guys had some FUN!

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nice pics... btw that integ was a 90-93 gen, so it could have been a 93 gsr.
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btw that integ was a 90-93 gen, so it could have been a 93 gsr.
i knew i saw your screen name somewhere before.... your a member at SRO right?


anyway, nice pics man.

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Originally posted by Aemon_
i knew i saw your screen name somewhere before.... your a member at SRO right?


anyway, nice pics man.

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sup man.. yeah i'm around on SRO, but more into mtn biking now than into my pos civic. cheaper hobby...
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yeah, i used to have all kind of plans for my truck, then i got married. my wife and i both like to biking, so its all good. and youre right, it is a cheaper hobby, but i still dont have any money!

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Originally posted by tFUnK
nice pics... btw that integ was a 90-93 gen, so it could have been a 93 gsr.
Nope, looks like a 87-89. I owned one, hated it, but we won't go there.

You never know what could be under the hood of a honda,
engine swaps are cake in those cars.


Nice pics, looked like a fun day!
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believe me its an 86-89 ... the taillights on the second gen integras are red on the bottom and clear / amber on top. Im fairly into imports also and drive a 1991 Civic LX with a SOHC ZC swap. I am a member at automotiveforums.com, superhonda.com, illusiverides.com, and shatter-box.net ... same username on all those sites.

As far as the possiblity of the teg having a swap I doubt it ... the clear coat on the roof was coming off, and the windows were full of bubbling purple tint.
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Not as classic as the guys down the street who had a base line mustang with lots of extra plastic trim and several big "Shelby" stickers.
Nice pics. Excellent narration.
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They let you geezers out of the old-folks home?!





JK... looks like a fun ride.
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Old 05-13-03, 05:02 PM
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haha .... yeah our crew has quite an age range.
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Great pics, sounds like a fun day. One thing stood out, though...a pickup truck with a bike rack on the roof? Where I come from, that's like mounting the gun rack on the hood.
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Old 05-14-03, 04:35 PM
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yea ive always wondered about that too ... seems like it would be a better idea to put em in the back ... thats what we do with my dads truck.
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looked like alot of funny. that Jim311 sure is a funny guy!!!
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Sweet pics! Looked like a kick arse ride!
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