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    Just eight weeks to go ...

    Buckwallow opens May 1st. A pic of the trail head main gate on Mar 1st. Serious snow melt required...


    and on the trails

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    As much as I have enjoyed riding my bike through the winter( daily commuting plus a little bit of singletrack), I am really looking forward to spring time ,I just want to get my full suspension out and hit those rockgardens. Well it's march already I am sure it won't be that long. It's kind of funny we've had one of the snowiest winters in years but I just haven't gotten on my skiis at all not even once, icebiking has been way more fun for me this year.

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    February is typically a crappy month for outdoor cycling IMHO - others may have different opinions. I only went on one outdoor ride this February, which was abut 35min on road.

    Last year was not much different either. Only got out for 2 brief rides.

    I'm definitely looking forward to warmer days with no snow in sight.
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    Too much snow!@ It definitely needs to warm up for sure

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    Speak for yourselves. I've logged over 1000km's in 2008...all outdoors. Keep up with your base miles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sconlon
    Speak for yourselves. I've logged over 1000km's in 2008...all outdoors. Keep up with your base miles.
    Wow, look at you go. That is probably more than twice what i have done including riding indoors... HAHAHA I am lame
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    I estimate I 've done about 700 km since the begining of January. I've missed out few days because of heavy snowfall, but once the roads and sidewalks get plowed I am back riding my bike. Oh and no problems with my bike as yet, road salt hasn't dissolved my bike or any of it's components. I keep my bike oiled and greasy and just rinse it with water often to get the salt off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackCanoeDog
    and on the trails
    I don't think you paid the model nearly enough money!!
    SUCCESS - To be able to spend life in your own way

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ricksom
    I don't think you paid the model nearly enough money!!
    Thanks buddy!! LOL

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