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    Uncle Brian and offspring. Cheers mate!

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    Quote Originally Posted by grrrah
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    I have 67 pictures from Thursday and posted them to yahoo photos. I am not sure how to enable people to read them except with an e-mail. Please e-mail me if you would like to view them at
    mtbikermom@yahoo.com

    Thanks to everyone for such a great time!
    Kathleen or Kat is ok too

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    Quote Originally Posted by elsaltamontes

    One of the sweetest rides of the day. A Klein Attitude! circa late 80s?

    That's Kurt's ride.
    1992 Attitude with full 1st gen. M900 XTR. Dope bike, nearly flawless.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fast Eddy
    Uncle Brian and offspring. Cheers mate!
    And you didn't meet them up on top because.....?

    That morning, I was lying in bed just beginning to recover from a real nasty month long cold, thinking that if Ed can do Kennedy with jet lag, I should be able to crawl up the mountain with a cold.

    Hrrrmmmpf

    (OK that, and the thought of Carmen's cookies got me up the hill.)
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    It's not slow, it's doing more MTB time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigLarry
    You you didn't meet them up on top because.....?
    Hey man, thanks for the bottle of gatorade! I was halfway up the hill when I realized I had no water!!

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    You can make your Yahoo photos folder "public" and then everybody can see them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mtbikermom
    I have 67 pictures from Thursday and posted them to yahoo photos. I am not sure how to enable people to read them except with an e-mail. Please e-mail me if you would like to view them at
    mtbikermom@yahoo.com

    Thanks to everyone for such a great time!
    Kathleen or Kat is ok too

    Here are some of Kathleen's aka mtbikermom photos.

    1)big larry
    2) geoff and chip
    3)frank and ranger ken (the coolest ranger in the nation)
    4)shlachter bringing on the hard liquor
    5)Niel
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    1)k-max is the sultan of style
    2)one of the ride founders, Mike Matthews
    3)sungchang, grrrah and zorg
    4)jeffh with a keg of brew on his handlebar
    5)classic mtbr jersey
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    1)sabine and michael
    2)schlacter and beavers
    3)vicki
    4)mmmmmmm....
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    Emily and Jennifer... now famous from the Mercury News article!
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    No Problem

    Quote Originally Posted by francois
    Hey man, thanks for the bottle of gatorade! I was halfway up the hill when I realized I had no water!!

    fc
    I was almost 2/3 up the top when I realized I shouldn't have brought the bottle. I was fine with my camelback on the short trip. So I'm glad you called out and it went to someone that needed it.
    It's not slow, it's doing more MTB time.

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    thanks for the suggestion

    Quote Originally Posted by zorg
    You can make your Yahoo photos folder "public" and then everybody can see them.
    I was able to make the folder public but not sure is this is the correct shortcut...
    http://new.photos.yahoo.com/mtbikerm...60762350202076

    try it.

    Kat

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    I will actually be in town next year for turkey day (first time for me). I really hope to get out there next year with you guys. Looked like tons o' fun!
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    Ill give her five chilis she is smokin
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    I know her... I've seen her sing karaoke!!!!

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    Yes...

    Quote Originally Posted by Speedub.Nate
    Hey, it's only a 4-mile ride? What a bunch of wusses!

    Link here to the Merc piece (may require a subscription... I dunno):

    http://www.mercurynews.com/mld/mercurynews/16088171.htm

    thats real cool..

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    Sorry Larry, the other seat in the Burley is taken by Ray's brother next year!

    That was a long pull up that hill, but he didn't complain at all, and had a fun time at the top eating cookies and drinking the other Ray's root beer. Not to mention watching his buddy Curtis do a keg stand!

    I might have been going too fast on the downhill since I had to stop twice to do a diaper change.

    Brian

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    New question here. about the diaper change..

    whose diaper needed changing?

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    mine.

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    Hey Rumpf, Geoff !

    it was nice to meet you Francis, guys i have to say i had a blast on my very first MTB ride ! looking forward to do it again... time to shop for a mtb bike ! haha !

    some pictures from thursday hope you enjoy.!








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    New question here. OK, I gotta ask it...

    So, as I understand, Obi bagged on you guys due to healing injuries/family.

    Anyone ride up on a SS this year?? SMW?? Anyone?? Pics Please??
    Just Spinning Along.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mmerll
    So, as I understand, Obi bagged on you guys due to healing injuries/family.

    Anyone ride up on a SS this year?? SMW?? Anyone?? Pics Please??
    Rensho and JeffH rode their singlespeed Niners. JeffH had a gallon of contraband strapped to his handlebars even.

    Rensho took a turn at pulling my Burley. It would have been all good except I had to ride his SS up the hill.

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    Sometimes, a ride just goes right. Some rides just go to hell and then some rides go better than you could imagine it.

    The Turkey ride of 06 was an epic event. It can never be duplicated. It can only be remembered.

    Ok, if you stayed home because of this and that and wa-wa-wah, then you missed it. If you went down from the hill before 10am, I personally yelled at you to 'TURN AROUND!' I mean, what could be so important?? You got 4 days to hang with your in-laws!

    But if you stayed to hang out with mtbr at the top of the hill, you were rewarded with a whole lotta smiles, old friends, new friends, a truckload of food and a touch of alcohol.

    Everywhere you looked, everybody was happy. That's what mountain biking is about. Mtbr is about sharing. Mountain biking is about play. We shared and we played. That was a good day.

    So the gang could not pull together the roast pig aka 'lechon' but we did bring in another Filipino tradition. It's called 'rushing the camera' (aka kodakan). The object is to gang up in front of any camera in sight and get in the photo!
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    So there it is. I hope everybody had a good Thanksgiving Holiday. People have already started talking about Turkey ride 07.

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    Quote Originally Posted by francois
    Rensho took a turn at pulling my Burley. It would have been all good except I had to ride his SS up the hill.

    fc
    Someone at the top of the wall yelled out, "I heard it was possible, but had to see it with my own eyes." Traction was so good, clearing the wall was easier than past attempts.

    Pulling the trailer was pretty cool; sit and spin. I forgot how nice gears felt.
    Not enough to go back, but it was a nice trip while it lasted.

    I'm waiting for my turn on that RIP9, without the burley.

    Also, what a good way to start T-day. Good friends and food, and exercise.

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    That was so much fun, I don't even know what to say. I just can't believe some people had better things to do than that. Oh, and I weighed the whole setup. 48lbs for the keg(beer and shell), and 13lbs for the trailer. I just wish I rdoe a bike with 3 chainrings on it.

    I'm glad my efforts paid off and everyone enjoyed the beer on tap. I'm just trying to give back to my community who's given me so much. RIDE ON.

    Sidenote: UncleBri and I did a 2 hour ride on Friday that made my knees gobble wobble like a turkey.

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