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    Moab For A Day

    So, with all of the wetness around here lately I was feeling the pull of the desert. I tried to get a few riding partners together for a quick day trip but they were all scared. Thier responses went something like this - "Dude, Moab? no way, I'm scared" and "Holy crap, the riding out there is too hard, plus I need to watch the Sandy Vag Day parade on TV".

    The only crew I can always count on for a good adventure.


    First time in Moab on a brand new XS Felt 620. The little man exceeded my expectations by moving from a 20" to a full size bike in one jump while stepping it up a notch in the aggressivness category. (He's not even 9 yet)










    Canyon rim riding stoke.


    Canyon rim feet dangling stoke.



    Then it was off to Arches to hike out to The Delicate Arch. How pretty is that place?


    No trip to Moab would be complete without the sun gapers (gaper = ski term for someone who has no clue)............classic


    This about sums up the whole day............



    Have a safe and happy Independence Day. Hope you enjoyed the photos.
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    Nice pix as always BGB!! Looks like the little guy lubs his new ride
    Wont be long till he is schoolin' his old man
    Could have done w/out the gaper shot.....next time keep your shirt on!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shoulderfu
    next time keep your shirt on!
    At least he shaved his back this time...


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    Unacceptable................





    I want that kids jersey though, Ronaldinho is the MAN.
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    Allright, that's it. Totally over the line. I am officially grossed out!

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    way to double post!

    First Trip To Moab

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    Quote Originally Posted by gunnirider
    way to double post!

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    You can double post - just don't triple post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gunnirider
    way to double post!

    First Trip To Moab
    Is there something wrong with posting relevent stoke in two seperate areas?

    Way to stalk. .

    ..........oh and I'm glad you enjoyed the photos. They're not as good as the stuff that you post but hey, I guess I'm not as cool as you either.
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    Goddam that's some solid work right there BGB.

    Me and my oldest did some exploring of a different kind:


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    Nice, looks like the little, big guy has a great time.
    Craig, Durango CO
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    Quote Originally Posted by SkaredShtles
    Goddam that's some solid work right there BGB.

    Me and my oldest did some exploring of a different kind:

    Thanks man.
    That's a mighty big pack your boy's got there, did you carry anything?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bones get broke
    Thanks man.
    That's a mighty big pack your boy's got there, did you carry anything?
    No. Should I have? I thought that was why we had kids?


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    Quote Originally Posted by SkaredShtles
    No. Should I have? I thought that was why we had kids?

    or at least dogs and willing gapers that want you to show em the goods'

    looks like the little ripper is doin quite nicely on the new steed...good work

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    Quote Originally Posted by bones get broke
    No trip to Moab would be complete without the sun gapers (gaper = ski term for someone who has no clue)............classic
    At least you have a wealth of tolerance.
    Your fear of looking stupid is holding you back.

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    Very nice bones, thats some of the best stoke I've seen all year!! It's great to see the entire family out riding in Moab.

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