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    Pamplona, Spain.

    Maybe you know the San Fermines......... Bullruning and crazy (also drunk) staff

    LOOOOL

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    Sorry I'm late.

    Illesheim, Germany.

    DH all the time.

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    South of France : between the Roman Aqueduct called "Pont du gard" in French (one of France's top five tourist attractions) and the Arena of Nîmes (Roman Amphitheater).

    If you want to discover the trails over there, just ask.

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    I was born in Stettin (145km from Berlin - for those who are having problems with geography). I have been living in Westchester County, NY since 2004. I miss Europe so much that I am hoping to go back within a couple of years.


    All mountain and XC.

    http://s840.photobucket.com/home/pkdpkd/index

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    newb in Kaiserslautern
    Cannondale F7
    live in Heltersberg
    originally from Texas.

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    I'm a student in Dundee, Scotland but my parents are in the Alsace, France 5 minutes ride from the Swiss border and 20 minutes from the amazing city of Basel.

    The weather and the riding is perfect here right now (Switzerland obviously) and I've just introduce a friend to the sport.
    "Some people say they're going out on a training ride, I just say I'm going to play in the woods." Peaty

    Get out and Ride!

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    hi!
    i'm from opatija (abbazia), croatia.

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    Raidero desde Torino. Gambatte!

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    Hey all,

    American living in Potsdam, Germany.

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    American living in Copenhagen, Denmark. Loving the roads here and looking to MTB more this coming winter

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    grobbendonk belgium ( 20km from antwerp )
    "Computer games don't affect kids, I mean, if Pac Man affected us as
    kids, we'd all be running around in darkened rooms, munching pills and
    listening to repetitive music."

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    Bike's hmmm nice
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    Yo P, welcome here ;-) Love the forks! Cheers

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    hello . . . rolling around here in Mackenbach, Germany

    riding a Kona one20 Deluxe

    working for the AF =D

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    Hey Slide....surprised to find you on here, it's Mikede from R3V. I haven't posted here in a while. I actually just got out on my bike for the first time in a while and got bit by the bug to sell it('02 Sugar 3) and get a fresh hardtail. I'm seriously considering a 29er this time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ///MikeD
    Hey Slide....surprised to find you on here, it's Mikede from R3V. I haven't posted here in a while. I actually just got out on my bike for the first time in a while and got bit by the bug to sell it('02 Sugar 3) and get a fresh hardtail. I'm seriously considering a 29er this time.
    haha yeah . . . sup bro

    pm'd!!! =D

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    5 m north of Munich
    pretty hilly but not yet mountainous
    still munching 6,5" rear...
    ????

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    Checking in from western Poland.

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    Weiden, Germany here. That's near Grafenwöhr, 45 min north of Regensburg, 2 hrs north of München.

    All Mountain, XC, even some Freeride. Ride all year, meaning night rides in fall/winter.

    Adamschlang@aol.com

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    Greetings from Hyvinkää.

    Hyvinkää is situated in southern Finland, about 50 km north of Helsinki. The population is about 45 000. Our city has good sports facilities, both winter and summer sports.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hyvink% C3% A4% C3% A4 "

    My team is Hy Py (www.hypy.fi)
    , which has been very successful in the club to this day, both the highway, the downhill cycling, as well as in other cycling disciplines.

    In fact the time for fun and to keep the workplace health promotion. Participate in summer condition which, as in road cycling, mountain biking as. Last summer I started to drive Brevet runs.

    Mountain biking in terms of Hyvinkää is a good place to practice, the terrain is dry and a bit of mud. Hills can be found conveniently, but the rock areas are missing almost the entire country, only the city's fringes to find a witch.

    Mountain ridge from the Ice Age and it's called Salpausselkä

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salpausselk% C3% A4 "

    Now we are waiting for the winter and freezing temperatures, which gives a nice bonus Finnish nature.
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    Schweinfurt, Germany. No moutains but plenty of hills for fun.

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    i live there where other people make hollyday.

    x-berg,berlin-germany
    you can tell that is a really good bike,when the name is written on the end of the top tube.

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    Copenhagen in Denmark. Lots of singletrack :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danish Dynamite
    Copenhagen in Denmark. Lots of singletrack :-)
    Hareskov Up for a ride sometime?

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    country: Portugal
    city: Lisbon
    "mountain": Sintra its actually quite "small", less than 500m, but they are effective, meaning we can descend all the way 'till sea level




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    Mais SIntra

    Bem vindo, Songo!
    I'm in Sintra too... maybe I'll see you out there.
    Abraço

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