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    What is Nine?

    [SIZE="7"]Nine:[/SIZE]


    Was composed of multiple backdrops and varying landscapes















    Understanding nature.....







    Technical climbing abilities and descending prowess













    ....and not giving up.







    Is understanding that everything will eventually grow old...



    Is kinda creepy (especially with knob around )



    Nine was peaceful and serene.









    Nine was with permission



    [SIZE="6"]So, What Is Nine?[/SIZE]
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    Nine on a Ten Scale? Looks like

    Super Unknown

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    Good guess Iceman...

    Hmmmm....could be, but arguably this ride would be an 11

    Here's a hint:

    Nine is what time I met knob at Bernalillo Park and Ride and the exact time that I walked in the house yesterday evening. Nine in this particular case has a very direct relationship with seven.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mtn. Biker123
    in this particular case has a very direct relationship with seven.
    I'm gonna guess seven was the number of times the sonic"BOOM" was engaged by the knob


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    After Nine, his boosters were busted!
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    Eleven

    I'm sorry I missed it. I didn't get the message until ELEVEN.

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    I know, I got your message at Seven.

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    There were Eleven Volunteers working on the upper section of Alamos SB's

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    Nice shots. How was Medio Dia? Still some snow in some of the photos...was it muddy?
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    More like 8

    Parking lot peeps


    Big Old Dead Trees


    Tent Rocks




    From the top


    Narrow trails


    Bandolero emerging from his hole


    Climbing up to the pond


    Top of the ride


    On the way back


    Did you get that? Why, yes I did

    Cochiti - Stream riding

    Second time:

    Cochiti - Stream

    It would have been more like 8 1/4 if I hadn't had chain issues at the very end.
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    Normal with flow

    Quote Originally Posted by Rotmilky
    Nice shots. How was Medio Dia? Still some snow in some of the photos...was it muddy?
    We only went up to the pond so don't know what was above it. As you can see that meadow still has some snow. The stream was going pretty well as you can see from my videos. Some of the crossings were up to the hubs.

    How's the shoulder and when are you going to be able to ride again?
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    Awesome pics! Oh, and sweet bikes to!

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    Quote Originally Posted by notaknob
    How's the shoulder and when are you going to be able to ride again?
    Just got cleared to ride a week ago. I don't think the doctor meant riding with you fella's though. I'm so out of shape I can't ride uphill and my left arm is so weak I bash my face into the handlebars off any but the smallest rock.

    Maybe by late May...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rotmilky
    Just got cleared to ride a week ago. I don't think the doctor meant riding with you fella's though. I'm so out of shape I can't ride uphill and my left arm is so weak I bash my face into the handlebars off any but the smallest rock.

    Maybe by late May...
    Glad to hear about the shoulder. There's a rumor that using pruning shears/clippers on trails (Guaje) is great therapy for bike injuries.

    I'm hoping that whatever you hit is in worse shape than you are. Did a tree steal your line?
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    looks like you had a good time.

    great photos

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    Quote Originally Posted by notaknob
    Glad to hear about the shoulder. There's a rumor that using pruning shears/clippers on trails (Guaje) is great therapy for bike injuries.

    I'm hoping that whatever you hit is in worse shape than you are. Did a tree steal your line?
    Not to completely derail the thread (where's Bryan when you need a thread good and derailed), but GR should be in great shape just after May16. The Jemez trail run goes down GR (as well as Guaje Canyon) and the organizers do a great job of clearing things. It'll be good till late summer when it'll locust up again. Used to get a good fall pruning when the Pajarito punishment ran down it. Now that the punishment is run at the ski hill, GR bushes over worse than a 70's porn star.

    Rogue mogul got my shoulder. No trees involved.
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    A bud and I attempted to clear the ridge on Friday, but there was too much snow at the top to commit going down with the motos. But Water Canyon, Canyon de Valle, Quemezon and Pipeline are all clear now. So are Nail and Pajarito Canyon, but someone got those before we did. You back in the saddle?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rotmilky
    Not to completely derail the thread (where's Bryan when you need a thread good and derailed), but GR should be in great shape just after May16. The Jemez trail run goes down GR (as well as Guaje Canyon) and the organizers do a great job of clearing things. It'll be good till late summer when it'll locust up again. Used to get a good fall pruning when the Pajarito punishment ran down it. Now that the punishment is run at the ski hill, GR bushes over worse than a 70's porn star.

    Rogue mogul got my shoulder. No trees involved.

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    No worries Von. I am just as interested in your progress. Look forward to riding with you soon. Wasn't it this time last year that we hit SF in an attempt to clear REM?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NuMexJoe
    You back in the saddle?
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    Aye, as long as the trails have been approved for paraplegics, schoolgirls or the average knitting age grandmother. If you hit trails like that and want a whiny sissy-weiner along, give me a holler. I currently have some weird paranoia that if I crash, my left arm will just fall off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mtn. Biker123
    Wasn't it this time last year that we hit SF in an attempt to clear REM?
    When I saw the snow photos of Medio Dia earlier in the thread, I figured there'd be some of you crotch deep in snow at some point. Looks like you decided to turn around this time. Need me along to do the really dumb stuff...eh?
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    Conditions could not have been better! We were even contemplating another little lollipop off of MD, but it was getting late.

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    Good job!

    Hey guys, excellent pics and report.
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    I was afraid to look at this thread. I thought it was gonna be another fruity 29'er post. Or pics of Bruce with his spandex shorts around his ankles.
    Looks like a beautiful ride fellas. Damn, I gotta get out there. Thanks for sharing the great images.

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    not knob...

    Quote Originally Posted by delnorte
    I was afraid to look at this thread.... pics of Bruce with his spandex shorts around his ankles.
    We don't call him knub for nothin'.

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    Watch out Bruce has an army of elfs that will shake their fist at you and flatten you tires

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