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    Photo Friday - December 4th

    Last week may have been our last chance to ride in the warm sun and without snow. Had to make the best of it. Heading out to ride right now. It's 14 degrees and snowing!

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    It was in the 60's in New England yesterday





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    It was -22F with windchill on top in the Adirondacks last weekend. No bike content, but an awesome Scout trip with a bunch of kids bringing really great attitudes and zero stress or injury.
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    Just one from last sunday......

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    I love this weekly "tradition"
    keep em coming!
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    Enel finally rides the Waterfall on his bday a few weeks ago....
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    I love those shots of the Adirondacks!

    I got to play in the snow a bit yesterday:











    And, lest we forget this is 'the West':

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    what peaks did you climb in the Adirondacks? its nice to see that its finally getting frosty up there...i was there a few weeks ago and was dissapointed that i didnt get to use my crampons

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    We're still riding in Durango!

    Lots of trail still open.
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    It's finally riding season here, well not really but its almost getting nice. Started with a ride on the BCT with temps in the 80's.



    Some full moon ride goodness.




    Even got out on the CX bike this week.



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    I need to get a camera, or learn how to use mine. I did a moonlight ride on monday night. Awesome.

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    Las Paldas trail's, Guanica, Puerto Rico
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    DelaVeaga, Santa Cruz. Yesterday afternoon. A nice 1 hour singletrack loop through the redwoods in our extended backyard. This is also the "Top of the world" tee for the 27 hole DelaVeaga Disc Golf course. The overlook bench on the left is a ritual spot for skunk burning. For the disc golfers.
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    Guanica, Puerto Rico
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    Quote Originally Posted by MendonCycleSmith
    It was -22F with windchill on top in the Adirondacks last weekend. No bike content, but an awesome Scout trip with a bunch of kids bringing really great attitudes and zero stress or injury.
    Was that Algonquin? I grew up hiking in the Adirondacks, and miss them. -22 F is pretty cold, but still can't count as an official winter ascent, unfortunately.

    Yesterday, perfect snow conditions. Packed, dry, and squeaky






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    Quote Originally Posted by campredcloudbikes
    Was that Algonquin? -22 F is pretty cold, but still can't count as an official winter ascent, unfortunately.
    Close, Wright.

    Yeah, it was a typical late Fall hike. A crusty inch in camp and 20F, around 6" and teens @ treeline. It was blowing 50+ with gusts, just hard enough to let the kids feel the awesome power of Mother Nature, without really putting them in danger from inexperience. For all but my son, this was the most extreme outdoor stuff they've done too....

    Now they've got something to talk about that doesn't involve a Wii or PS whatever # is hot at this point
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    On the first dirt ride of the new bike. Taken at Rowlett Creek Preserve
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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Stig
    On the first dirt ride of the new bike. Taken at Rowlett Creek Preserve
    Hmmm ... I'll be in the area over xmas. I wonder how much to fly my Jabber SS down? Maybe I can hunt down a bike there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gjenkins@
    Hmmm ... I'll be in the area over xmas. I wonder how much to fly my Jabber SS down? Maybe I can hunt down a bike there.
    Richardson Bike Mart will rent you one, Dallas Bike Works (Where I got my bander) has a Jabber and a Bander set up as demo I bet they'd lend ya, plus some other cool bikes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Stig
    Richardson Bike Mart will rent you one, Dallas Bike Works (Where I got my bander) has a Jabber and a Bander set up as demo I bet they'd lend ya, plus some other cool bikes.
    I might be able to swing that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gjenkins@
    I might be able to swing that!

    I owe you a debt of thanks, for your signature quote from Twain. I googled the phrase and found the whole story of how Twain learned to ride - every cyclist should read it. Hilarious.

    Found it here (with thanks to Bicycling Life, another jewel found):

    http://www.bicyclinglife.com/HowTo/TamingTheBicycle.htm

    Thanks to all for this great thread each week

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    After today's ride. Definitely cold and even got some snow.

    Not Adirondack cold though.

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    A little "Sammy C's" action from Burlingame, RI. Happy Friday everyone
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    Quote Originally Posted by CB2




    CB2, Where is that? Looks awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JSumner13
    CB2, Where is that? Looks awesome.
    Case MT in Glastonbury / Manchester CT.

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    WOW!!! Great pics!

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    This riding looks killer.... some day I will get out there. What part of NE is this?


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    Freezing, NO

    Somewhere in the 90s in Queensland Australia


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    Finally

    I am finally able to post some pics on this forum. I look at it every friday and want to put some pics on but don't have any. My bike is getting pretty dialed in and it stopped raining for a few days so I could bust out the camera. So far all my rides to break things in on the new ride have been in the mud. But this week we had a break.



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    Quote Originally Posted by bigtymerider
    Good gosh, Dude - how tall are you? You must be stoked to have a bike that fits.

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    Unfortunately my bikes just been chillin in the living room for a while. Due to wet weather and a knee injury I've ridden once in the last three weeks....

    BUT good news, there's a race on Sunday!! wish me luck!


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    Nice afternoon in Georgia

    Took the new 29er singlespeed out for the second time this afternoon--left early from work Heritage Park near Watkinsville, GA. Nice cool day, but it will be raining and in the 40s by morning.
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    just playin' along

    some shots of N. Michigan

    what we do when we're not riding


    A dogsled trail, very well groomed


    some frozen lake riding


    more lake riding
    GET Bret Weir, I said.

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    Okay, what's it weigh? Like 19lbs?

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    At least one person that reads this forum should know where I took these:




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    how bout

    a few shots from RI and Mass from this past season
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    Quote Originally Posted by jmilliron
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    The last picture looks like Ga Mtn .
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    Yes Sir

    Im 6'10" and it is a little weird to ride a bike that fits. It is actually is a little long for me which I never thought I would say. But he got it pretty dang close since I had nothing to compare it to and the bike sizing machines are not big enough. The geometry puts a little too much pressure on my hands but I swapped stems and the more I ride the better it gets. Even though they might look like 26's its a 29er!
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    i always smile when i see this one. i used to live in maryland, so i have seen the other end of this sign in ocean city, md. that reads sacramento, ca. 3073.


    i hope WG doesn't mind me posting these. this is him showing me and friend around rockville park last week.







    more randoms from rockville

    the wind was blowing too hard to get the bike to stand up on its own.


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    8.9kg, 19.65lbs
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    Okay, what's it weigh? Like 19lbs?

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    If you are going to ride road that's the sort of road I like
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    Quote Originally Posted by axcxnj
    what peaks did you climb in the Adirondacks? its nice to see that its finally getting frosty up there...i was there a few weeks ago and was dissapointed that i didnt get to use my crampons
    Wright. Not a huge day by any means, but a great one. Didn't need crampons till treeline. It's that funny time of year, too little snow on the trails to snowshoe, too chilly to not bring some feet teeth along just in case.....
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    Late Edition

    I took these yesterday, but got home too late to post up.

    This is some weird fungus, and Kosmo on the Sultan (second two pics ). A little dark in the woods, now, but still good riding on the Coyote Cliffs Trail here in the Columbia River Gorge.
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    This is my buddy Jesse with the debut of his new FSR 29er, same trail.
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    waited months for this, damn...

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    Just got back from a brisk winter ride. It's amazing what some toe and hand warmers can do to keep your hands and feet warm!

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    Amazing...

    Amazing and inspiring pictures...thankyou.
    There are two paths you can go by but in the long run........

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    This was Saturday NZ time, Friday US of A time .................. 85 deg F





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    Cool last photo. I like the maxed out effort your front end of the bike put in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GT554
    Cool last photo. I like the maxed out effort your front end of the bike put in.
    Yeah was interesting, the fork was at full compression, no more travel, but at the time, it did not bottom out harsh or anything, the bike felt good if that makes sense..... The rear didnt whip the o ring off of the RP23 shaft.... So means all must have been well..

    Just getting used to this new bike in the air and more so what air I should and shoudnt hit...
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    my friday was good

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    I got out earlier in the week...

    24 deg. celsius - perfect riding weather... :-D
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    Late to the party, I took this out riding yesterday. Great weather in Ottawa!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmilliron
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    Is that Honey Run Rd? Did you finally come back to visit Chico and only did road riding?

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    Quote Originally Posted by thinkcooper
    DelaVeaga, Santa Cruz. Yesterday afternoon. A nice 1 hour singletrack loop through the redwoods in our extended backyard. This is also the "Top of the world" tee for the 27 hole DelaVeaga Disc Golf course. The overlook bench on the left is a ritual spot for skunk burning. For the disc golfers.
    Awesome! My wife's aunt lives in the neighborhood above the course. I should sneak a bike along next time we visit

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    Quote Originally Posted by boomn
    Is that Honey Run Rd? Did you finally come back to visit Chico and only did road riding?
    Hah! I'd hoped you would see this. Was in Chico for most of thanksgiving week. First time back there in over three years. Actually spent most of the time cruising around town on my father's old 10-speed Motobecane.

    Hope to drive out there in late April with both my roadie and single speed. Going to do the Wildflower century and some other stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmilliron
    Hah! I'd hoped you would see this. Was in Chico for most of thanksgiving week. First time back there in over three years. Actually spent most of the time cruising around town on my father's old 10-speed Motobecane.

    Hope to drive out there in late April with both my roadie and single speed. Going to do the Wildflower century and some other stuff.
    Very cool.

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