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    Found in the Hall Ranch Parking Lot

    Yesterday afternoon, someone left a piece of their bike in the main Hall Ranch parking lot. Identify and we'll make arrangements to get it back to you.

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    I left some blood out there the other day, did anyone find it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rwb
    Yesterday afternoon, someone left a piece of their bike in the main Hall Ranch parking lot. Identify and we'll make arrangements to get it back to you.
    I haven't ridden in months, and just discovered my front wheel is AWOL. I ride Hall a lot, and I'm a spacey guy. Please send me private message, and I will describe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rwb
    Yesterday afternoon, someone left a piece of their bike in the main Hall Ranch parking lot. Identify and we'll make arrangements to get it back to you.
    There was a rooster there early Sunday morning. Full blown, red and green, wake you up in the morning rooster. I saw it on my way up, and almost hit it on the way down as it was hanging out under my truck. I guess that had to be somebody's too, maybe I should put a thread up.
    Tryin' to keep the tires on the ground.

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    That's My Cock!

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    Hmm...

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    That's My Cock!
    Very colorful...
    MY dog can lick YOUR dog!

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    Hey, that's against...

    Quote Originally Posted by lidarman
    I left some blood out there the other day
    BCPOS rules!

    Did Erich find the wheel that you hid yet?
    MY dog can lick YOUR dog!

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    why thank you

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    Yup.. That was me. Left a piece from my platform pedals out there. Dirty steel color, 2x6mm traction pin. May still have small pieces of my shin attached if you need DNA verification. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nOOby
    That's My Cock!
    What's it doing under my truck?
    Tryin' to keep the tires on the ground.

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    probably just pecking around. its got a mind(albeit small) of its own.

    Quote Originally Posted by mtbjc280
    What's it doing under my truck?

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    Would this be the cock you are missing?...

    Tact is for people not witty enough to be sarcastic...

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    Jimmy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kchri
    Would this be the cock you are missing?...

    Yeah, that is the one I saw. Surprised he stuck around!
    Tryin' to keep the tires on the ground.

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    yeah I rode Saturday am (7a) and saw the aforementioned rooster. But I did not leave any part of my bike, at least that I'm aware of. suprised to see no other mtb'ers until I rolled out at 10:30. even the muddy sections are nice, frozen and ridable when riding early. as we head closer to spring, that will prob not be the case so much.

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    that was probably me you saw. Were you at the bench around 10:15 and I spoke to you briefly about conditions beyond the bench. I went to the first mud patch, turned around and did another lap of the rock garden.



    Quote Originally Posted by jcospoco
    yeah I rode Saturday am (7a) and saw the aforementioned rooster. But I did not leave any part of my bike, at least that I'm aware of. suprised to see no other mtb'ers until I rolled out at 10:30. even the muddy sections are nice, frozen and ridable when riding early. as we head closer to spring, that will prob not be the case so much.

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