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    The New Ride - Versus Blitz

    I have it setup for Dh right now, but after Cb i will set it up for mostly FR and some trail stuff






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    Sweet ride. That 66 really rakes out that front end, but should work great for DH. What is the total build weight?
    It's not a good ride if you don't scare yourself at least once.


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    SWEET BILLY!!! That thing looks amazing. What does it have in back? 4-5-6in adjustable?
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    Turns out that five years of not mountain biking, really makes one strive to get back to it.

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    Nice, dude. I really think the kickstand is the best part!






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    Nice... glad to see that you got it together. I'm sure that ride will bring good times. Is that thing as slack as it looks? or is that just the angle of the pic. Looks like fun

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    Nice ride!

    I"ll see you this weekend! Do you have any idea where you guys are going to camp?

    Later
    Brent

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    Quote Originally Posted by drum714
    Sweet ride. That 66 really rakes out that front end, but should work great for DH. What is the total build weight?
    I havent weighed it yet. but as of now, Im guessing mid 40's.

    The Rake is huge! But man that should help when running over stuff.
    also I dont think you'll go OTB on this bike, but I could be wrong.

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    Holy headangle, that is super slack!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bikeandski
    Nice ride!

    I"ll see you this weekend! Do you have any idea where you guys are going to camp?

    Later
    Brent
    I'm planning to camp in the Parking lot area. in years past thats what alot of other people have always done. I imagine Todd and the rest will in the area too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bpatterson6
    I'm planning to camp in the Parking lot area. in years past thats what alot of other people have always done. I imagine Todd and the rest will in the area too.
    I was thinking the same thing but checked the MSC page and under camping for Wildflower Rush it says use National Forest sites. I emailed the resort and this is the reply I got.

    Brenton,

    Camping is not allowed in the parking lot. There are plenty of campsites all over the area. The Grand Lodge is at the base areas for lodging and their number is 970-349-8000.

    Thanks,

    April Prout
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    Quote Originally Posted by bikeandski
    I was thinking the same thing but checked the MSC page and under camping for Wildflower Rush it says use National Forest sites. I emailed the resort and this is the reply I got.

    Brenton,

    Camping is not allowed in the parking lot. There are plenty of campsites all over the area. The Grand Lodge is at the base areas for lodging and their number is 970-349-8000.

    Thanks,

    April Prout
    Communications Director
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    Crested Butte Mountain Resort
    970.349.2303 | www.skicb.com
    I justspoke with April at Crested Butte Resort.
    She has to tell us this. but knows that people always have camped in the parking lot.
    If you have any questions regarding camping, PM me.
    -BP

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