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    Whatever happened to the annual bus trip to Ray's ?

    Was hoping to get down to Cleveland to ride Rays Mtb Park but not wanting to go it alone.
    Didnt somdone out of Tor use to organise a group trip of some sort there yearly ?

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    hasn't happened in ages...i believe it was dan dakin who organized it he was out of st. kitts i think. then someone else took over and it just stopped happening.
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    Joyride 150 happened

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    Having been to both , Joyride doesn't even compare :-(

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    Also been to both and I would disagree. Add to that, a 5-6 hour drive to the armpit of the USA, a border crossing, and accommodations... Joyride looks even more appealing, at least to me. I'll save my boys weekends away from my wife for the nicer weather!

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    Im only factoring in BEING at either of these parks .
    I rode and enjoyed Rays for two days .
    At Joyride I find it boring after a few hours .
    Joyride caters more to jumpers while Rays offers more to
    all genre's .
    I guess its more or less an individual thing ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ccaddy View Post
    Im only factoring in BEING at either of these parks .
    I rode and enjoyed Rays for two days .
    At Joyride I find it boring after a few hours .
    Joyride caters more to jumpers while Rays offers more to
    all genre's .
    I guess its more or less an individual thing ;-)
    i've talked to several other people who went to rays and they enjoyed it immensely also.
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