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    Coming soon NE bike camp..

    I'm sorry to say the specifics at this time are minimal,but I can tell you this NE bike and myself plan to be offering a summer program of mtb classes to kids ages 10-17 and special programs to those 18 and above.For the novice rider(no matter what age)who wants to break into the exciting world of cycling,whether it be xc,all mountain,Freeride,DH,or road.Or to the already established rider who craves taking his or her skills to that next level.New England bike camp just could be the group to be riding with this coming summer.Soon to be released locations,times,and pricing.Rest assure your groups team leader will be some of New Englands top riders.There is so much more to the sport of Mountain Biking than the riding itself.Let NE bike show you just that.for more info log on to www.NEbike.com And get ready for a great season.Thanks CF.....

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    Thanks for the post CF - I will check it out. My son is 12 and would be psyched to do it but he is close to being locked in for the summer. I would enjoy it too.

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    Crazy Fred - looks like you are just getting the website up and running. No offense to you but you may want to run spellcheck

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    No worries Yakfish.

    Quote Originally Posted by Yakfish
    Crazy Fred - looks like you are just getting the website up and running. No offense to you but you may want to run spellcheck
    Hope to see you and your son out on the trails someday soon.Peace CF....

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    Fred-

    This is a fantastic Idea-best of luck to the business. Truthfully I'd love to commit a day or two this summer towards immersing myself in some freeride skils (jumps and significant drops remain the missing chain-link in my mountain biking armor!)-I think the all-ages approach is great as well.

    I do have to second Yakfish''s gentle suggestion to "clean-up" the prose, grammar and spelling on your fledgling website (as it is the main calling card to your business).

    I really like the name, too-If people only knew how tremendous the entirety of New England biking really is!

    Hope these camps and services really takke off.

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    Thanks for the kind words..

    Quote Originally Posted by SuperbMan
    Fred-

    This is a fantastic Idea-best of luck to the business. Truthfully I'd love to commit a day or two this summer towards immersing myself in some freeride skils (jumps and significant drops remain the missing chain-link in my mountain biking armor!)-I think the all-ages approach is great as well.

    I do have to second Yakfish''s gentle suggestion to "clean-up" the prose, grammar and spelling on your fledgling website (as it is the main calling card to your business).

    I really like the name, too-If people only knew how tremendous the entirety of New England biking really is!

    Hope these camps and services really takke off.
    You can't belive all the e-mails I'm getting about this (as you put it)Fantastic Idea.I'm really looking forward to helping people take there riding to the next level.As for the lack of grammer and poor spelling from the web site,most people are aware of my poor skills in this area,however on this one I'm not the one responsible for the NEBIKE web site. The person who started that site is aware of his mistakes and will be correcting it as soon as he has time.Thanks again.CF....

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    Very cool Fred.
    Best of luck to you guys.


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    I would totally take time off of work at the bike store to do that! Im 16 and just started riding a year ago. I don't believe my riding technique is up to par with my 5.5 EVP. I was gonna spend 2k to go on a biking trip to canada this summer, but I would rather stay in the state and ride some cool new trails with other all-mountain riders! I would love to get more info on this and Im going to the website right now!
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    Dieselbike question answer here.

    I'm getting e-mails with questions about Dieselbikes. Allthough I am and plan to continue to be a member of Dieselbikes(for I feel that neither one of us would be the same without each other)This is not a Dieselbike project nor is it anything like a dieselbike group ride.They are two very different goals,with two very different end results.This is why some of you can't and won't find any info regarding this bike camp project via www.Dieselbikes.com.Thanks.CF..

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    Greg no PM

    My box was full try again

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