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    Destroyer is what I go by on teh internets.
    Age 30
    Boulder, Montana
    Just bought my first bike a couple weeks ago, 2010 Gary Fisher X-Cal. I had never really ridden and didn't even know if I would like it. Sometimes impulse buys are good cause I love it so far.
    If anyone wants to ride around Helena, Butte, Boulder area hit me up. I'm looking to learn about good trails.
    My favorite beers are anything from Blackfoot River Brewing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Destroyer ZC
    Destroyer is what I go by on teh internets.
    Age 30
    Boulder, Montana
    Just bought my first bike a couple weeks ago, 2010 Gary Fisher X-Cal. I had never really ridden and didn't even know if I would like it. Sometimes impulse buys are good cause I love it so far.
    If anyone wants to ride around Helena, Butte, Boulder area hit me up. I'm looking to learn about good trails.
    My favorite beers are anything from Blackfoot River Brewing.
    I don't know if you're on Facebook, but if you are search for Highlands Cycling Club. We're getting the club fired back up in Butte and there are lots of people riding, you could connect for a ride pretty easy. My son lives in Helena and I'm sure would be down for a ride about anytime; if you're interested drop me a PM and I'll give you his phone number.
    "I'll disintegrate over time if I expect my body to try to keep up with my mind" -BM

    Race, Rocks or Road...Just Ride

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    Lunchwagon
    Location: Boise, N. End
    Age: 28
    Bike: Jamis XLT 1.0, also Giant TCX Cyclocross
    Ridden with: ??, Probably a few on here at some point
    Brew: Drifter has been hitting the spot lately, but I'd never turn down a Key Light

    Here I am about to go ass-over-teakettle near Reynolds Creek in the Owyhees:


    I survived, but the bike is a tangled mess off to the right somewhere


    Looking fwd to contributing here.
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    ABLACKCAR/Josh

    Location/Meridian, Idaho

    Age/30, will be 31 in Oct.

    Bike/Just bought a 2nd hand TRANSITION Gran Mal 07' DH/FR rig, Pro built from the ground up. 07' frame, 09' everything else...I have a cool little trailer I tote the groms around in too!!!

    Ridden with nobody yet/myself...Looking...

    Brew/As long as it is cold and wet...Love me some ice cold St. Pauli girl...

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    new guy in montana. havent been riding long. had the bike a few years but with military obligations i havent been around to ride it. gonna fix all that. doing the beaver ponds in the morning.

    o yeah butte montana.

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    Name: Call me Scott or Buda

    Age: Body--39 Mind--29

    Live in: Mt. Home

    Bike: K2 Lithium.....Also a DeRosa road bike (used to ride road but a broken neck hurts too much now)

    Dont know anyone here, and only really know one guy that rides even though we havent had the chance to ride together.

    Just getting into this, did a few rides in Korea but mostly up and down the SF Boise to pick up my car/pontoon. Need to find trails around Mt Home and if I drive the distance to Boise.

    Im not getting any younger and really need to stay in shape...so Im hoping Ill stick with this

    Oh forgot to add brew: Craft beers mostly, Deschutes, New Belgium, Big Sky, Grand Teton, etc etc.

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    Rampart: aka Nik

    Location: Boise, live in Meridian

    Age: 30

    Bike: 2009 Specialized Rockhopper Expert

    Have not ridden with anybody from the board, I'm brand new to the forum.

    Brew: Broken Halo IPA, Red Hook, Fat Tire, Alaskan Amber, Bud Light, Black Butte Porter, '71 IPA at the Ram.

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    Name: Chris

    Location: Boise -- North End

    Age: 43 in a couple weeks.

    Bikes: Spot SS, Yeti ASR, Trek 5200 road bike, and several others that rarely see action

    Ridden With: From this board, only gjenkins I think.

    Favorite beer: Cold. And free if possible. If I gotta buy...Tecate, PBR, pretty much any IPA. Deschutes The Abyss.
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    Mike Zinn
    age 19
    live ne boise by boise state
    ride 2005 titus racer x
    biking 2ish years
    favorite drink crystal light energy under 21
    favorite trail sidewinder, fat tire, trail 5 loop.
    i am in the red in the picture with white bike.
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    It's all downhill from here.
    (There's a **** of a lot of climbing left.)

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    Name: Jason
    From: Livingston, in Bozeman for college though
    Ride: 05 Norco Savage with all sorts of random parts on it
    Favorite trail: so far Leverich is my favorite, but I haven't gotten around to exploring much yet.

    Location: Livingston, MT
    Years old: 20
    Bikes: Marin Quake 7.2 DH, Specialized P.2 SS
    Don't know anyone, haven't rode much, moved here last August. No mountain miles on Marin yet.
    Brew: Sobe
    I'm from livingston, there really isn't any real place to go ride with close by with the marin or the p2, your can try up at the gullies, if they're still open, but those aren't so much trails as random drops and jumps scattered about. They are up on the north side of town, just go up North 8th until you reach a dead end, then turn right, there is a dirt road/trail on the left side and if you head up there you should be able to find something. I haven't been there in forever so I don't know if it has changed any.

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    chukt.

    Salmon, Idaho

    Bikes: 07 Ellsworth Truth, 91 Bontrager RaceLite, 81 Stumpjumper

    Brew: Summer-PBR, Oly; Winter-Bertram's Barleywine!

    Hey Boise-centric Idahoans...Salmon riding Rawks


    (This guy above is not chukt, it is Max L. chukt took the photo)

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    Ryan
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    Bozeman. Born in raised in Portland, OR.
    2011 Rocky Mountain Slayer 50
    Specialized FSR Sport all built up.
    Beers? Yes please. But really, in the winter; Cold Smoke. Summer; PBR, Oly or whatever is cold, wet and available.
    Most of my friends hate teh interwebz or don't partake in forums. But I'd love to link up with some Bozemanites.

    No action shots, just poser shots ...

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    Name: Blurr AKA Gorilla

    Location: Anaconda

    Bike: 2010 KHS 525

    Beers: anything but the water downed pee on regular TV commercials

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    Name: Jason

    Age: 42

    Location: Sandpoint area, North Idaho

    Ride: Giant Trance X3

    Trails: Whatever has dirt. Not a hardcore drop in basher hucker log jumper type, just like a more XC type riding.

    Brew: Not much of a drinker any more but will not turn away the occasion delicious well made hopps oriented beverage.

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    MTBGreatFalls79 aka MTBgreatfalls, or Parker as most people know me.
    Location - Great Falls, MT.

    Age - 32
    Bike - STOLEN- Cannondale Gemeni 900, so currently no ride.

    Have ridden with - no one here on the board yet, but id like to sometime, after i get the bike situation taken care of

    Brew - not much of a drinker, but i like to try the locak microbrews from around our region.

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    MTBGreatFalls79 aka MTBgreatfalls, or Parker as most people know me.
    Location - Great Falls, MT.

    Age - 32
    Bike - STOLEN- Cannondale Gemeni 900, so currently no ride.

    Have ridden with - no one here on the board yet, but id like to sometime, after i get the bike situation taken care of

    Brew - not much of a drinker, but i like to try the local microbrews from around our region.

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    name Jeff,
    age: 46
    live in Nampa.
    Giant xtc single speed, and Giant VT-2.
    ridden w/ a couple of ridders, just running into on the trail, just don't know all the names, know surlyaninstagator.
    well lets see, Mississippi mud, Ace Pear Cider.Skinny Dip.
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    Hello - Name's Chris
    Age: 33
    Live in Hidden Springs
    Bike: '03 Trek 8000
    Beer: Right now digging Session prem Lager - ten bucks for 12-pack

    Haven't ridden with anyone here yet. I just moved from Sconny (Wisconsin). I rode mostly overly technical annoying crap because there are no hills there. Love the flowy fun descents here!

    If you see a guy lurched over his bike looking like he's ready to throw up or pass out it's probably me so say hi. Right now sticking to the trails close to Hidden Springs but plan on doing Table Rock and/or PoleCat here this weekend.

    edit: Wound up doing Three Bears and Shane's with a friend. Great trails! Fun descents! Also notable - didn't throw up or pass out
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    Handle: Phillip
    Location: Kelly, WY
    Bike: 2008 Stumpy FSR Expert
    Beer: Colt 45

    I'm based in Memphis (thus the taste for cheap malt liquor that comes in 40s), but I'll be here in Kelly until September. I'd love to find some guys to go ride the pass with; I mostly just ride over to Shadow Mountain and make it a nice long loop since I don't have a vehicle.

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    Name: Carl

    Location: Mountain Home

    Age - 31

    Mtn Bike - Surly Pugsley (current ride...they come and go...it's a disease)

    Have ridden with - Whoever was around at the time

    Brew - When I drink, it's New Belgium for me. Fat Tire or Trippel!

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    Name: Shaunton

    Location: West Boise

    Age: 17 (yes, in high school)

    MTB: Diamondback recoil comp 2011 (read my review for my setup)
    Road bike anyone? Scott speedster s30 2010, blue, xl frame (j4k)

    Have ridden with: Friends on Moab bike trip, my bro (only mtb'er in my immediate circle of friends, sadly)

    Brew: Obviously (more or less) I don't drink

    Wish I can meet more of you guys out there! I lean to the FR/DH type riding, but I'm down for anything!
    We runners are a dignified, understated bunch. If we weren't, we'd be golfers.

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    p.s. no picture, I like to ride fast, therefore, I am prone to miss the shot, halfway down the trail when everyone stops for pics. Just saying...
    We runners are a dignified, understated bunch. If we weren't, we'd be golfers.

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    Name: Eric

    Location: Meridian, ID

    Age - 27

    Mtn Bike - Mountain Cycle Rumble

    Have ridden with - nobody on the board, just getting back into ridding after a few years off

    Brew - New Belgium or Deschutes usually

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    Name: Zach

    Location: Boise

    Age: 31

    Mtn Bike: 2009 GF Hoo Koo E Koo (Rootbeer Color with Blue wheelset, handlebars)

    Have not rode with anyone from the board that I know of.

    Brew: Guiness

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    Paul
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    Moscow, ID
    Just ordered Yeti ASR5-c
    With: my wife Kelly, Sky Ranch crew for CX
    Beer: Deschutes, Big Sky (rich), Rainier, Genessee (poor)
    Trail Fav: Moscow Mtn
    My other rides: Bontrager Privateer Comp steel hardtail, Yeti ARC-X (for CX), Specialized Allez carbon
    Job: Consultant

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