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    Rio En Medio

    Post your pictures! I cant get my pictures to post... Ill email them to get posted.
    What a great ride...of course I was dragging up the rear on the climb...9 miles uphill...
    I appreciate the encouragement (Ramone) , pushing (MTNBk123), and hangin out with me as I cussed my way to the top (Nob) But I was forgiven when I broke out the Takillia! (James)...

    Sprinting DH in the forest was OUTSTANDING! Watching James new Pivot roll over every rock without slowing him down or throwing him around was great. That bike rocked!
    Scenery, friends, trail, jambalyia, beer, and having lots of water...was outstanding!
    There is no reason to go anywhere else in the west...at least for TODAY!

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    Not many...

    Thanks to the Andyleros for clearing trail ...it was superb. You guys should have seen it before we did the clearing earlier in the year . Speaking of Andyleros I assumed we would run into you guys eventually

    Anyway, due to the group ( 8 total ) and trail conditions, I did not snap too many shots.

    Jambalyia



    Crutch was awfully tired...here he is find a comfy spot on the side of the trail



    BEAR!



    ....I think you left something behind





    James descends the rockiest section on the new Pivot. Outstanding bike!


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    Jambalaya!

    Was a great ride guys, even with the 9 mile road of hell and the Bataan Bike March at the end (was that even a trail?). I'm proud to say the new ride was scratched while out with the bandaleros. We need some pics of El Tomo Roca!
    joey

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    Quote Originally Posted by afjoey
    Was a great ride guys, even with the 9 mile road of hell and the Bataan Bike March at the end (was that even a trail?). I'm proud to say the new ride was scratched while out with the bandaleros. We need some pics of El Tomo Roca!

    We are just as proud

    El Tomo Roca? translation please!

    I only have one


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    Jambalyia

    The bear was after the famous Jambalyia!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mtn. Biker123
    El Tomo Roca? translation please!
    Was the large rock up near the top that Tom decided to ride up and over. ie the large rock just down the trail from where you flatted.

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    Nice ride fellas ...i got some good pix but my camera died and not sure if i can even download the pix!... great ride thou

    RCC.
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    Danke Elfen!

    REM was good as usual.

    Thanks to the Heinzelmaenchen (and the hag) who were busy last week cutting logs. I thought we'd run into one or two of them but must have missed crossing paths.
    See the trails, be one with FOO-MTB.
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