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    few pics from keystone

    get some
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    dude, is that a 888 on a Nomad?
    You have just been mentally Rick Roll'd. Yup you're thinking about it right now aren't you? Don't fight it.

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    triple 8 on a V-10
    I JUST WANT A BICYCLE!!!!! " Why-why are you yelling at me?"
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    Nice.

    I'm heading up tomorrow after a half day of work.

    Which trail is the long "curly" ladder on??

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    Quote Originally Posted by rep_1969
    Nice.

    I'm heading up tomorrow after a half day of work.

    Which trail is the long "curly" ladder on??

    Evenflow... good luck!
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    Quote Originally Posted by davec113
    Evenflow... good luck!

    Good luck? Why is evenflow sketch?

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    Looks like you had a blast.

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    Evenflow is awesome. The bridge looks scary, but its actually 3 feet wide, so its fun and relatively easy as far as catwalks go.

    There are some cool rock jumps and some steep sections, overall I really like that trail.

    Oh, and I should have figured that was a V-10, I was wondering why the heck someone would put a 888 on a Nomad.
    You have just been mentally Rick Roll'd. Yup you're thinking about it right now aren't you? Don't fight it.

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    If you are not afraid of pointing down then evenflow= ...
    Tact is for people not witty enough to be sarcastic...

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    the bridge is sketch when wet

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    Quote Originally Posted by BJC
    the bridge is sketch when wet
    True, but that applies to all bridges regardless of length. I guess if its wet you're chance of falling off this particular bride is higher due to the longer time spent on it.
    You have just been mentally Rick Roll'd. Yup you're thinking about it right now aren't you? Don't fight it.

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    ... and if we just ...

    Quote Originally Posted by Ithnu
    Evenflow is awesome. The bridge looks scary, but its actually 3 feet wide, so its fun and relatively easy as far as catwalks go.

    There are some cool rock jumps and some steep sections, overall I really like that trail.

    Oh, and I should have figured that was a V-10, I was wondering why the heck someone would put a 888 on a Nomad.

    He used to have a Super Monster on that V-10. I was redonkuless
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    the bridge is somewhat slanted

    Yo PDH, here's a photo of your clown self from last weekend!
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    That looks so fun. Nice pics.

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    Well be jealous boys, cause I'm leaving work at 10:00 this a.m. and hitting the Stone today and tomorrow.

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    We'll be there Sat & Sun
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    Quote Originally Posted by BJC
    the bridge is sketch when wet
    It's actually not as bad as you'd think - DWF and I rode it Tuesday during a downpour and I don't think either of us slid once (at least not on the bridge). I'm not a huge fan of bridges, but this one is pretty cool.
    Don't waive your rights with your flags.

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    Leaving salt lake @ noon. Riding sat and sun. Stoked. Never even ridden co. before let alone keystone. Cant wait to charge.
    It puts the lotion in the basket or it gets the hose!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lagarto grande
    It's actually not as bad as you'd think - DWF and I rode it Tuesday during a downpour and I don't think either of us slid once (at least not on the bridge). I'm not a huge fan of bridges, but this one is pretty cool.
    First time I rode it was in the rain, seemed like it should be slicker than it really was.

    Gotta get back up there for the stuff I haven't ridden, those pics look fun!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ithnu
    dude, is that a 888 on a Nomad?
    This is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IndecentExposure
    This is.

    Climbed that up Porcupine Rim? NIce.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tronspecial
    Leaving salt lake @ noon. Riding sat and sun. Stoked. Never even ridden co. before let alone keystone. Cant wait to charge.

    You're in for a treat. If you want some fun, fast and flowy stuff, head on over to Winter Park if you get a chance. No where near the terrain or difficulty of Keystone, but super fun.

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    anotha'

    early this season
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    yet anotha'
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    Man, sweet shots. Looked like a great time with some nice stunts and bridges. That hit off the rock is pretty big! I've been doing lots of front range riding but have yet to hit the hard stuff since I broke my heel snowboarding about 1 1/2 years ago. Do you suggest Full Armor gear for Keystone? I only have nice gloves and a skull cap. When I hit Key and WP in the summers of 05 Key was much harder but quite fun. The Blacks require FS bike with good travel. Peace

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    Quote Originally Posted by BJC
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    What trail is the berm pic from?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MBX5
    What trail is the berm pic from?
    Money - it's a new trial.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MBX5
    What trail is the berm pic from?
    That burm is on "Money"

    Quote Originally Posted by Thrasher
    Do you suggest Full Armor gear for Keystone?
    I always wear full armor at Keystone. Not everyone does though.

    Quote Originally Posted by BJC
    the bridge is sketch when wet
    I was finding the bridge a little sketch in the dry, but think I found my problem.

    All day yesterday I was looking at the awful condition of my friend's front tire. Then someone gave me the "award" for having the most worn tires of the day. I hadn't even noticed my tires wearing out (thought I just learned how to drift). Anyway I'm suspecting the bridge to be a lot more fun next week with fresh tires.

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    Thought that was money but the pic must have been from day 1 because I have yet to see the berms look that nice since then LOL.

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    that berm pic I took was two weekends ago, lotta rain the previous week so it was in better condition that most of the summer so far. If anyone took some pics this weekend ( i wasn't there.......diss) throw them up here, I'm jonesing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BJC
    that berm pic I took was two weekends ago, lotta rain the previous week so it was in better condition that most of the summer so far. If anyone took some pics this weekend ( i wasn't there.......diss) throw them up here, I'm jonesing!


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    Sick pics. I have to get up there next year and spend a few days riding. Spent this year out of action, but bought a frame and building a bike up to have for next summer, and Keystone looks like a place to be.

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