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    Vietnam Conditions

    Anybody have some input on the conditions at Vietnam? Is it ride-able and if so, with or without studs?

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    i live like 1 mile away from it and all the snow in my yard is pretty much melted. but if its really cold to night you will need studs. i have not been up there recently but if you are going later in the day i may be able to run over to check how icy it is for you.
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    Cool. Any info will be good. I'm thinking of heading down Sunday or even Monday.

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    i'm going by there to day so ill run up and see how ice it is.
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    i drove buy about 10 min ago and the entrance did not look to icy. i may be going up there tomorrow ill be the the one wearing a florescent orange hunting sweat shirt on a Grey jamis parker.
    Quote Originally Posted by craftworks750
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    Rode there today. 1-2 in of crunchy snow on the trails we were on. Some icy spots beneath the snow and some bare spots. Rideable with good tires.

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    hope your ride was as good as mine
    Quote Originally Posted by craftworks750
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    Had a great time. 1st time riding at Vietnam and it was a blast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by safme
    Had a great time. 1st time riding at Vietnam and it was a blast.
    what kinda bike were you riding i may have saw you i was out there from 11:00 to like 2:30 ish. i was in an orange hunting sweat shirt on a jamis parker fixing my chain like every other jump.
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    We were actually done by 10:30 so you probably just missed us. My current ride is a un-impressive spesh hardrock. My buds had much more impressive rides. Stumpjumper FSR, and Santa Cruz Blur.

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    Quote Originally Posted by safme
    We were actually done by 10:30 so you probably just missed us. My current ride is a un-impressive spesh hardrock. My buds had much more impressive rides. Stumpjumper FSR, and Santa Cruz Blur.
    i saw big hit out there and wanted to see if i saw you as well, o well maybe next time(ill be out there this coming weekend Saturday or Sunday not sure yet). nothing like trying to plow through fresh snow.
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    Remember Come spring time , Tuesday Nights we do trail work , can use all the help we can get
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    Quote Originally Posted by Circusjunk
    Remember Come spring time , Tuesday Nights we do trail work , can use all the help we can get
    id be glad to help send me a pm with me details
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