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    Chillaxin 'n Chilcotin!
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    Bluebird Day [o]

    Nickle coming in for a landing.



    DHpimp rides the wall.



    I take a different line (BTW, I didn't flat).



    Joe unlocks the keyhole.



    Photo credit to Nickle for the best picture I've ever seen of the hole.



    Powder day!



    Freshies are fun!



    Fresh lines are fun too!


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    i'm diggin' that last photo... got yourself a whole quarter there.

    especially like nickle clones 2 & 3 sharing a wheel.

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    Sweet shots. The first one makes it look like he's not even trying.

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    You guys really suck...
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    I guess that answers my question about how the pictures turned out. Nice work, K-man. Between Joe holding the camera and you editing the results, that last shot turned out great.
    A trail thatís too difficult wouldnít exist because itíd never be used. But, trails can exist thatíre too difficult for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nickle
    I guess that answers my question about how the pictures turned out. Nice work, K-man. Between Joe holding the camera and you editing the results, that last shot turned out great.
    There was nothing special about the editing, but it was the first time I've ever done a picture like that and I learned a lot by the last paste. It would be a lot nicer looking next time (although I do really like your front/back wheel). And as you mentioned, DHPimp took those shots but I forgot to credit him.

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    If you haven't been down to ride here yet; this is the perfect time of year...
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    Sigh....it's too bad you guys don't know how to ride a bike 'cause the pictures are awesome.



    Ed

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    Kewl...

    Looks like fun stuff! Very nice pics.
    MY dog can lick YOUR dog!

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    Bike Bling

    Has the top tube/head set padding come in handy on the Knolly?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sdsantacruzer
    Has the top tube/head set padding come in handy on the Knolly?
    I can't say I've ever "used" it on that bike, but I did on my Bullit--it's nice to have when you need it. I could have used it on the back of my seat a few rides ago...

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    Nice pics!

    I was out there on Sat later in the day. Looking at the snow you guys were out there breaking tracks before us. Interesting how there was much more snow down south than up in the springs.

    Rode CMSP on saturday and the condidions are superb!

    Ride on

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    dang, that was a good day of riding!! Thanks for the pics K-man ...

    Jaydude: Did you get any notes on your car???

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    Notes! NOTES! We don't need no stinkin notes!...
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    Quote Originally Posted by kchri
    Notes! NOTES! We don't need no stinkin notes!...
    I'll let Nickle show you this one...

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    I don't have the pictures of it, K-Man does... but it is now hanging in my production chamber as wall art.
    A trail thatís too difficult wouldnít exist because itíd never be used. But, trails can exist thatíre too difficult for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dhpimp
    dang, that was a good day of riding!! Thanks for the pics K-man ...

    Jaydude: Did you get any notes on your car???

    Nope no notes... whachu talkin bout willis????

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    "I sorry you can't Read" [flip] "The Park Trails are closed Due to wet condiston"

    I'd like to meet the person that left that cardboard note on my truck. I'd give him a spelling lesson if he shows me what the heck I was supposed to read, but didn't. There weren't any signs saying anything about trail "condistons" or closures.
    A trail thatís too difficult wouldnít exist because itíd never be used. But, trails can exist thatíre too difficult for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nickle
    "I sorry you can't Read" [flip] "The Park Trails are closed Due to wet condiston"

    I'd like to meet the person that left that cardboard note on my truck. I'd give him a spelling lesson if he shows me what the heck I was supposed to read, but didn't. There weren't any signs saying anything about trail "condistons" or closures.
    Keep in mind we were down in p-town not necessarily the hot bed of highly intellectual individuals. Besides the trails were just fine, not muddy at all.

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