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    Quote Originally Posted by aikane View Post
    Had a good afterwork ride this afternoon, trail conditions were very good. Mazu showed improvement, considering this was only his second time at Kulani.
    nice ride looks like fun.

    Aikane: just going to post this if you wanna do a short couple of mile climb. then come out tomorrow. meeting at boiling post parking lot at 8 am. come if you can. probably leave parking lot at around 830

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    Haha, I'm totally having a "does this make me look fat?" moment right now. Thanks alot Maz.

    Trdspec, you guys doing the same ride again? I'm interested no matter what. Gotta mix it up a little, get out of my comfort zone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aikane View Post
    Haha, I'm totally having a "does this make me look fat?" moment right now. Thanks alot Maz.
    Eh, you said that was your "good side".


    I think I'll be there. The lack of sleep over the past three days is starting to catch up to me. Plus Aikane was pushing me hard through the forest so I'm kinda beat from the today's ride. He's a slave driver. nah j/k

    I also broke a pedal reflector today. Another reason for me to upgrade to a better flat pedal. I think it hit a large root. My right side pedal was all clogged with mud. I had to give my bike a quick wash down. Then I went for a quick half-mile run and did some rockwall jumps. That's probably another reason I'm tired tonight.









    yeah I'll see you guys tomorrow morning. I can't resist.

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    Sunday morning ride,



    Nice ride, nice scenery, got to meet some new riders.

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    it was another ride out of the heart rate zone. but next one we should head to some flume road for mud or do some other rides.

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    Looks like you guys had a nice ride. Sorry I had to dig out early. I ended up having to respond to a troublecall in Honokaa. Thank goodness it was an easy one. I was back at home by 1:30.


    Anyways, so when's the next ride? Where we going?

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    Does anyone know if biking is allowed at Puuwaawaa? I know there is a hiking trail, but do not know if biking is allowed. Looks like an interesting ride.

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    I found a website about the Puuwaawaa hiking trail . Page Title


    It doesn't say that mountain biking is prohibited. So I assume it's okay to bike it. This would be quite a drive and a ride.

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    Yeah, but still would like to know for sure. Kind of a long drive to find out we're not supposed to be there. Suppose I could just call DLNR and ask.

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    Anyone up for a ride tomorrow? (sunday) I'm not looking for anything epic, just a casual run to squeeze in between the house chores. Lmk.

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    Meet at mid PAC at 8 am. Flume road. Pack extra clothes. Might be muddy

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    As much as I want to go, I don't think I can allocate that kind of time from my schedule. There's just too many commitments and catching up to take care of right now. Hope you guys have a good ride though.
    Think I might do a quick run down to UH campus, ride some stairs and then grind that big hill going up to Imiloa. Urban trails.

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    Wow, hey, I'm back from vacation. Though I've been kind of busy. I haven't dirtied my mountain bike since I got back a little over a week ago. Wish I could join you guys. I'm roarin' to hook up with you guys and do some trail riding. Thanks for posting all the great pictures. I've ridden up there where all the waterfalls are. Some great fun!!

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    It was just three of us today so we ended up going back to waterfall hill. It actually turned out to be a nice sunny morning up there. Saw quite a few hikers with dogs today. They were all nice and friendly. All in all it was a great ride.


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    That's a nice pic, Maz. Looks like it was nice up there. I'm looking forward to the next ride.

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    Yeah I like this pic too. Looking at this picture reminds me of how tiny we really are. We are just a speck on this planet. I'm happy to be a speck that lives on the big island though.


    SOOOOOoooooooo.......are we riding this weekend?

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    Not too sure about the ride. I'll let you guys know. Aikane pm me your number easier to get everything organized.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mazukea View Post
    Yeah I like this pic too. Looking at this picture reminds me of how tiny we really are. We are just a speck on this planet. I'm happy to be a speck that lives on the big island though.


    SOOOOOoooooooo.......are we riding this weekend?
    Yup, totally agree, just got back from an awesome trip to CO and I still am happy I live and get to ride here. Nothing compares to the CO trails but yet, nothing compares to our stuff too, YEAR ROUND.

    So I get Friday off but probably can't ride, gonna go play some lawn-billiards with my GF and some of her friends.

    Who's up for riding on Saturday or Sunday? I would love to just hit Kalopa this weekend as I haven't seen the trails in a few weeks and need to "assess" the condition of downed trees and other "maintenance" things I have to look into. I'm very flexible as far as times so just let me know when you might be good for you guys. If not good, I'll just head out there myself.

    Also, just in case you guys are on FB, here's a page I started a while ago and sort of neglected for a long time until recently. Was thinking this place could be just for what we have here on MTBR.

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/268404617743/

    Hope to see some of you guys this weekend.

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    I'm more available on Sunday. I'm down for anything.

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    I'm down for anything Sat. or Sun., flume road, Kulani, whatever. I'm just itching to hit up Kalopa, but figure we should give Honolii29's legs a chance to recover. He's running that half marathon this weekend, right?

    Trdspec pm sent.

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    LOL! Thanks for reminding me Aikane!
    I'll see how I fare, was looking to go Kalopa, depends on the legs. I was just browsing around trying not to think about the half marathon and I caught this, made me laugh.
    Just gotta finish, not compete, my real prize is taking my hardcore runner friend on ANY bike ride. Oh, and I got one in mind, it's a trap! Didn't want too tech like Kulani, as 50 feet in, she'd be over it. The ride I'm thinking of is very scenic, reels you in, and down 5 miles. Only way out is back UP 5 miles! Then that is just half the ride. LOL!
    But yeah, I'll post/ text if Im up for a ride.

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    Good Luck!

    I'm thinking about just hopping in doing the 10K run. Not too sure though. Plus the late registration fee is kinda steep.


    I hope you are hydrating as we speak. That's going to be key for the run. The worst thing to happen when you're running is catching side pains because of dehydration. It happens to me every now and then and it can take a mile or so to just "run it off".

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    Thanks Mazu, am actually having a glass of water by my side all week. Best advice was to hydrate all week, to the cellular level. Yeah, no way I running the whole thing. Been training Zgalloway tech, 3 min run/1 min walk. Been great so far. Did a long 8 last weekend, felt great, coulda kept going. Carbed up tonight and tomorrow. Only thing threw for the loop was running in the morn first thing last week, didn't have any breakfast or drink before, and my legs felt like a hundred pounds! My time was in range, just the legs was dead. My friend lughed and told me Zi need to have something before I ran. I was o used to running in afternoon, after eating and drinking all day. LOL!

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    Sounds like your training is going to pay off.

    Yup the only thing that matters is that you finish.....don't worry about your time.

    Big props to you for doing something outside of your norm.

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    OK then, how about I meet you guys up at Kalopa at 9 on Sunday? Looks like the weather was nice today (Friday). I'll be with a white Ford Ranger with Turner Spot on the back. Looking forward to meeting you guys. Let me know who'll be showing up so I'll know how many people we're getting together.

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    Did an early morning ride today, Kulani was nice Went otb on this one

    Cleared the logs but wasn't paying attention to the rocks on the other end. Might go back this afternoon, should be even nicer.

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    So how difficult is kalopa?

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    Looks like you had a fun ride today Aikane.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mazukea View Post
    So how difficult is kalopa?
    I think Kalopa is slightly easier than Kulani. One mile climb up rooted section. Then down and up for a bit and then some good technical descending. I would call it intermediate riding.

    Anyone going to show up?

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    I can't speak for the others, but I think next weekend might be a better time to shoot for.

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    Hi guys.
    Finished the half marathon, now I can get back to riding! Yeah, sorry Gmats, tomorrow is out for me at Kalopa. I do want to, but legs says climbing is out, but am going Kulani in morning as it has been dry last couple days. I love Kalopa! In fact I got married there two years ago. I love the rooty climb, the tech side on Perimeter trail, and the downhill root steps at lower level. Gonna try shoot for next weekend depends on schedule and family. Gmats, I bike Bend couple days this summer, unreal! Thinking Colorado next summer.
    If you guys want to meet up, same time, same place, MidPac at 8. Or at the trails.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gmats View Post
    I think Kalopa is slightly easier than Kulani. One mile climb up rooted section. Then down and up for a bit and then some good technical descending. I would call it intermediate riding.

    Anyone going to show up?
    Pretty sure I'll be there. A dry Kulani trail sounds tempting though.

    Since I've never been to kalopa before is there anything I should know or bring?

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    Either way Mazu, win win. Gmats is The Man at Kalopa and can show you a lot of tips that will improve your riding skills.

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    Already I'm headed to Kalopa now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mazukea View Post
    Already I'm headed to Kalopa now.
    OK, see you guys next week maybe. I'm headed out there now. Sweet! It'll be great to get back to the home trails.

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    The group ride at Kulani was nice today. The early morning shower left the surface just damp enough to keep everyone honest, but not create the muddy rooster tail up the back of the shirt. Didn't get any pics though, was too busy trying to catch my breath and hydrate.

    Maz, so wheres the Kalopa report?

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    Kalopa was awesome. gmats gave me some tips that seemed to really help me with my root skills. I surprised myself by conquering some rooty climbs that I normally wouldn't make. It was a little muddy and slippery today. Still a very good bike ride though. For the first time I actually felt tired climbing. Add in the technical stuff and I felt like I ran 10 miles. It's only a 1 mile climb up, but there are some technical parts that are quite challenging, but doable.


    Also I did something that gmats has never seen done before in all his years of mountain biking. I karate chopped a tree into three pieces with my body. I think he thought I was dead or in a coma. Amazingly I don't have a single scratch on me. My right arm is starting to hurt a little. I think it's going to be a nice big bruise tomorrow. I believe my arm is what chopped the tree down, then my falling over it broke it again. It was on a pretty steep downhill with a sharp turn. Add in the muddy conditions and I believe I was in over my head. Im really thankful that I was wearing my long knee and elbow pads. I'm sure my shins would have had quite a few scratches and bruises from falling down the hill, into the tree and rolling down the embankment. I think rolling onto my backpack helped out too. It saved my face from getting scratched up. I can't let my mug get any uglier. lol. Now i see the value in body protection. They are worth every penny. My helmet definitely did it's job too. I'm sure gmats will never forget this story. The guy who broke a tree with his body.

    Thank goodness I'm short cause man some parts on the trail get pretty tight. I could feel the trees scratching my backpack as I squeezed under it. If my handlebars were any wider I probably would have had a harder time maneuvering through some of the sections too.

    The one thing about this place was that once I came off the bike on an uphill it was impossible to start up again. Its much steeper than other places I rode so I had to hike my bike several times. I conquered a few of the steep rooty hills though. I was stoked about that.


    All in all it was fun. I wish I took more pictures, especially of my tree.

    So are we headed to Kalopa next weekend?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aikane View Post
    Did an early morning ride today, Kulani was nice Went otb on this one

    Cleared the logs but wasn't paying attention to the rocks on the other end. Might go back this afternoon, should be even nicer.

    very nice. I want to try that out one day.

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    Maz, you do realize that the IMBA frowns upon widening trails and cutting trees unnecessarily.
    But seriously I hope you are alright. Makes me think twice about body protection since all I wear is the helmet. Yeah the guys were talking about Kalopa next weekend, but still need to check everyones schedule.

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    I don't see cut trees...do you? All I see is a trail with some natural obstacles.

    I'm not sure if I can make it next week either. I may have used up my "pass" on this ride. I tried to make up for it by buying lunch before I got home today. Plus I had a great couple of days with my family in waikoloa so my two kids were pooped out today.

    Well if you guys do decide to ride Kalopa just let me know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mazukea View Post
    Kalopa was awesome. gmats gave me some tips that seemed to really help me with my root skills. I surprised myself by conquering some rooty climbs that I normally wouldn't make. It was a little muddy and slippery today. Still a very good bike ride though. For the first time I actually felt tired climbing. Add in the technical stuff and I felt like I ran 10 miles. It's only a 1 mile climb up, but there are some technical parts that are quite challenging, but doable.


    Also I did something that gmats has never seen done before in all his years of mountain biking. I karate chopped a tree into three pieces with my body. I think he thought I was dead or in a coma. Amazingly I don't have a single scratch on me. My right arm is starting to hurt a little. I think it's going to be a nice big bruise tomorrow. I believe my arm is what chopped the tree down, then my falling over it broke it again. It was on a pretty steep downhill with a sharp turn. Add in the muddy conditions and I believe I was in over my head. Im really thankful that I was wearing my long knee and elbow pads. I'm sure my shins would have had quite a few scratches and bruises from falling down the hill, into the tree and rolling down the embankment. I think rolling onto my backpack helped out too. It saved my face from getting scratched up. I can't let my mug get any uglier. lol. Now i see the value in body protection. They are worth every penny. My helmet definitely did it's job too. I'm sure gmats will never forget this story. The guy who broke a tree with his body.

    Thank goodness I'm short cause man some parts on the trail get pretty tight. I could feel the trees scratching my backpack as I squeezed under it. If my handlebars were any wider I probably would have had a harder time maneuvering through some of the sections too.

    The one thing about this place was that once I came off the bike on an uphill it was impossible to start up again. Its much steeper than other places I rode so I had to hike my bike several times. I conquered a few of the steep rooty hills though. I was stoked about that.


    All in all it was fun. I wish I took more pictures, especially of my tree.

    So are we headed to Kalopa next weekend?
    Mazu, was awesome meeting and riding with you. You scared the be-jezuz out of me today but am thankful you're alright. You did great, especially considering you've only been riding for a couple of months. Anyone that does something for 20+ years should get half way decent at it. Totally enjoyed the challenging conditions today. I hope you can get a pass for next weekend. Look forward to more trail time. Meanwhile, you rest up, get well. Thanks again for driving out and getting me out on the trail.

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    hey gmats, if you make it back to Kalopa soon, do me a favor and take a picture of that broken tree for me. Thanks! or maybe if I can, I'll take a pic of it next sunday.

    I'll be honest though, I probably won't try that "quick 5 minute" trail anytime soon. I think it's a couple of notches above my skill level. If I did try it again, I would probably drop my seat to help me put more weight onto the rear tires. I know you were telling me that as I started my descent, but I think my seat was too high. I do feel fortunate that I was able to walk away from it without breaking my body in half. A different angle or landing and I could have been in a world of hurt. So, I just want to say "thank you" to whoever is watching over me. I appreciate it.

    Just as I figured, the inside of my right bicep is starting to turn a little black and blue. It feels like someone hit it with a tree.....uhh...wait a minute.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mazukea View Post
    hey gmats, if you make it back to Kalopa soon, do me a favor and take a picture of that broken tree for me. Thanks! or maybe if I can, I'll take a pic of it next sunday.

    So, I just want to say "thank you" to whoever is watching over me. I appreciate it.

    Just as I figured, the inside of my right bicep is starting to turn a little black and blue. It feels like someone hit it with a tree.....uhh...wait a minute.
    Yup, will do - I'll get a picture next time I'm back out there. Hoping maybe I can escape for a short, quick ride up there this week. We'll see.

    Yes, somehow things have a way of working out and you got good karma buddy. Glad I didn't have to call 9-1-1 and use my First Responder skills. Phew.

    Glad it's just a B&B and you can live to ride (fight) another day. You heal up this week. Hope you can get a pass for next weekend.

    OK, got some pictures uploaded.

    The fist one shows the trail coming down from above, it's a swtichback that comes in from the upper left and turns down toward the left. You can see the busted tree in it with the part of the tree laying down.

    2nd pic shows a closer shot of the busted stump that's left.

    3rd pic shows the busted piece. The rest of the tree is lower down the hill.

    4th picture shows the trail coming down. Right in the middle of the picture is where it swings hard right and heads down the other way.

    5th picture shows the trail continuing down to the right at the turn. You can see a horizontal green log, that's where Mazu went off the trail and took out the tree.
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    Just so everyone knows, I keep a fully stocked first aid kit in my backpack. It's bulky, but I know it may come in handy one day. I think it even helped absorb some of the impact when I finally landed on my back today.

    I'm a believer in Karma. I better restock my "good" karma bank. I think I used up a lot of it today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mazukea View Post
    Just so everyone knows, I keep a fully stocked first aid kit in my backpack. It's bulky, but I know it may come in handy one day. I think it even helped absorb some of the impact when I finally landed on my back today.

    I'm a believer in Karma. I better restock my "good" karma bank. I think I used up a lot of it today.
    Yup, I too carry a first aid kit. It includes duct tape wrapped around my pump. I've used the duct tape for medical reasons as well.
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    I love the use of duct tape. Because of my trade, I'm more of a black electrical tape kinda guy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mazukea View Post
    I love the use of duct tape. Because of my trade, I'm more of a black electrical tape kinda guy.
    Haha, yes. I work up on Mauna Kea on one of the observatories. I wear some down coveralls when I'm up there because it's cold. In my pockets I carry the equivalent of a biking multi tool. Leatherman, wire strippers, cutters, small screwdriver and of course two or three colors of electrical tape. Oh, and a sharpie, always can put tape one something and label it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gmats View Post
    Haha, yes. I work up on Mauna Kea on one of the observatories. I wear some down coveralls when I'm up there because it's cold. In my pockets I carry the equivalent of a biking multi tool. Leatherman, wire strippers, cutters, small screwdriver and of course two or three colors of electrical tape. Oh, and a sharpie, always can put tape one something and label it.
    So are you an electronics tech (not sure if thats the correct title)? I'm an electrician and have used both duct tape and electrical tape to stop bleeding on many occasions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aikane View Post
    So are you an electronics tech (not sure if thats the correct title)? I'm an electrician and have used both duct tape and electrical tape to stop bleeding on many occasions.
    Yeah, I'm a EE but technically it's tech job. It's called Instrumentation Specialist but it's a do what ever job it takes to keep the observatory working. Yes, I've used duct tape and electrical tape to do all kinds of repairs.

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    okay guys, so are we riding Kalopa this weekend? The two bruises on my arm can't wait to get back there.

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