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    Shoulda went faster
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    Kaba Klaus is the coolest!

    At least that is what my son thinks! Since I'm still broken KK and his daughter graciously spent some time with my son on the trails at Keystone. Thanks guys!


    The apple doesn't fall far from the tree. KK's daughter in action.

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    I hear KK loves filter features...

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    What trial was that pic taken on?

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    Klaus' daughter jumps better than I do. True story.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rep_1969
    What trial was that pic taken on?
    That's the dirt jumps at the bottom of Keystone I believe.
    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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    how old is she, kaba?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ithnu
    That's the dirt jumps at the bottom of Keystone I believe.
    Looks like the "big" line too

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    Quote Originally Posted by $ally Hu$tle
    how old is she, kaba?
    Wouldn't go there.. I'm pretty sure you don't want a german guy with a few screws loose hunting you down.

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    her pops is Hitler?!




    Can't blame $ally Hu$tle though....dirty women r0ck!
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    Shoulda went faster
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    Well this thread has definately went down the wrong path, guess that is the way of mtbr now.

    Just wanted to give Klaus and his daughter some props and a big thank you.

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    Yeah.. straight to bottom.

    Klaus is a cool cat.

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    Its not sooo bad, I think Sally is only about 18.... Still to old, though

    Nice pics! I missed Keystone this week, will be there next weekend though... I see Klaus's daughter is on the big line too. I can't clear that either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nomad rdr
    At least that is what my son thinks! Since I'm still broken KK and his daughter graciously spent some time with my son on the trails at Keystone. Thanks guys!
    That's really sweet.


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    Thanks Shawn - and my respectful greetings to D!

    Shawn,

    all three of us had a blast! Seeing your son doing all the right things (flowing like water on the trail, conquering fear, sensible decisions and line choices) was awesome. In my opinion your son is the coolest. You must be very proud of him. I hope he'll ride with us again (yes - that is an offer).

    Thanks for sharing the picture. My daughter is progressing fast and teaching me a lesson so just as a by the way: Now I start to appreciate my wife's point of view wrt watching DH riding. My heart stops when I see my daughter charging into jumps and contemplating the dropzone. (No, she did not hit it - yet.)

    Thanks for the good vibes to everybody! See you on the trails. Say Hi when you blaze by or stop and ride with us. We are always up for a freight train.

    Klaus

    PS: My respectful greetings to D and a heartfelt 'thank you' for a great day of riding together.
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    Quote Originally Posted by davec113
    Its not sooo bad, I think Sally is only about 18.... Still to old, though

    Nice pics! I missed Keystone this week, will be there next weekend though... I see Klaus's daughter is on the big line too. I can't clear that either.
    almost 20 dave. sh!t!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaba Klaus
    Shawn,

    all three of us had a blast! Seeing your son doing all the right things (flowing like water on the trail, conquering fear, sensible decisions and line choices) was awesome. In my opinion your son is the coolest. You must be very proud of him. I hope he'll ride with us again (yes - that is an offer).

    Thanks for sharing the picture. My daughter is progressing fast and teaching me a lesson so just as a by the way: Now I start to appreciate my wife's point of view wrt watching DH riding. My heart stops when I see my daughter charging into jumps and contemplating the dropzone. (No, she did not hit it - yet.)

    Thanks for the good vibes to everybody! See you on the trails. Say Hi when you blaze by or stop and ride with us. We are always up for a freight train.

    Klaus

    PS: My respectful greetings to D and a heartfelt 'thank you' for a great day of riding together.
    By the way, what day were you there? I think I may faintly remember seein you guys there..

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