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    Good job! Shuttle Cocks Unite

    Any posters on here that want to shuttle-up and bomb downhill. I'm talking about Windrock or Clemson or any all downhill course.Surely some of you have a big-bike you don't want to pedal.

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    i like to peddle but ...
    If 1 day out of the year we could shuttle n. boundry rd and bomb ingles or greenslick I would be a happy man.
    never been to windrock but I heart wilsons etc...

    we need a list of all the shuttleable trails in the area

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    boy would I love to get in on that shuttling but shuttling is wrong. shuttling is beautiful but wrong, life is beautiful, this site is beautiful but wrong. puppy dogs and roses is what this beautiful website is all about, isn't it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bus_142
    boy would I love to get in on that shuttling but shuttling is wrong. shuttling is beautiful but wrong, life is beautiful, this site is beautiful but wrong. puppy dogs and roses is what this beautiful website is all about, isn't it?

    Wow......what a 1st post.......wow
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    I'm pretty sure I can get my Scion xB up to the top of Kitsuma now- park it in the campsite- that will be sweet!

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    Climbing hills is for spandex wearing leg shaving roadie weenies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by supercusty
    ...we could shuttle n. boundry rd and bomb ingles or greenslick I would be a happy man.
    Those, uh, aren't really downhills....
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    Trust me unlike it way more gnarly and steep but they are still downhills
    Alright I want to drive to the top of beehive once a year

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    On Sunday we saw some doodz shuttling Cove Creek or
    Caney Butt or Cove Bottoms or whatever you kids are calling it now.

    That's pretty funny.
    Yeah, it's strange. But oh well.

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    Why I peddled up the road Sunday and rode cove etc but that took 45 mins for 30
    Downhill to the hatchery I could I've gone dowhill twice if i had shuttled it. Some days I want to work for it some days I just want to shred... If we had some better lift serverd bike parks in the area...

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    Quote Originally Posted by supercusty
    Why I peddled up the road Sunday and rode cove etc but that took 45 mins for 30
    Downhill to the hatchery I could I've gone dowhill twice if i had shuttled it. Some days I want to work for it some days I just want to shred... If we had some better lift serverd bike parks in the area...
    Don't listen to Broussard. He is probably drunk and doesn't know how to shred anyway.

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    There will be plenty of people to shuttle Windrock with on the 23rd and 24th. It's not much different then trails in pisgah mentioned except it's steep and rocky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by driftwood
    Don't listen to Broussard. He is probably drunk and doesn't know how to shred anyway.

    Cove Creek, that's where it's at
    and BTW - it's faster to just peddle up the trail and way less dusty than the road
    many gears, some pies

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    Quote Originally Posted by ridn29s
    and BTW - it's faster to just peddle up the trail and way less dusty than the road
    shh! don't go giving away all the secrets!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ridn29s
    and BTW - it's faster to just peddle up the trail and way less dusty than the road
    Probably true still not as fast as a truck
    I will try the trail Next time

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    Quote Originally Posted by driftwood
    .....doesn't know how to shred anyway.

    This is true. But on a good day, I can fold it in half and lightly fray the edges.

    I'm just picking. Ya'll have fun.
    Yeah, it's strange. But oh well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vpc-los
    There will be plenty of people to shuttle Windrock with on the 23rd and 24th. It's not much different then trails in pisgah mentioned except it's steep and rocky.
    We are gonna try it the 16th also...mmmmm Steep & Rocky

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    Quote Originally Posted by vpc-los
    There will be plenty of people to shuttle Windrock with on the 23rd and 24th. It's not much different then trails in pisgah mentioned except it's steep and rocky.

    This Florida boy will be there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim311
    Climbing hills is for spandex wearing leg shaving roadie weenies.
    1. that's funny from a floridian.

    2. i've ridden the santos trails and they're a blast.

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    If and when you guys go to Clemson, let me know. I'll be there.
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    how do you like the d8 ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamatt
    1. that's funny from a floridian.

    2. i've ridden the santos trails and they're a blast.

    1) I'm more of an XC rider (because I live in Florida and have to be )

    2) Yes they are, we've got some fun freeride stuff too.
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    Windrock is always a blast. Most trails from the Ĺ way point are easy to find. If you have never been you will want to shuttle unless you just want to run it once or twice. Itís a paved road unless you go all the way to the top. Most bikes that you can enjoy pedaling up that hill will not be very fun coming down. If you do go on the 16th I would take extra bike parts, steel bead tires, DH tubes, Derailleur, brake levers ect. No matter what I have ever taken, itís always something I did not pack that gets smashed. Windrock is a lot of fun if you enjoy steeps, gaps, and drops. Most are over rocks and usually there is a steep hill to the left or right of these which allow little room for error. None of the gaps are huge (road gap maybe 20-25 ft but thatís the only one that big) most are 10 to 15 ft. The drops are not huge either probably 8 ft max but they have lots of consequence. Windrock does not have many ride able go around. You either have to hit the line or walk in the woods which is probably why it gets talked up so much. Most average + riders will not have a hard time there and if you like true DH I would highly recommend it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by supercusty
    how do you like the d8 ?
    So far, so good. It was only it's first time out. I had to (and still do) get used to it. I've been on a 09 Cannondale Prep thus far and it was a totally different feel for me. Pedaling efficiency was the biggest difference I noticed right away, wore me out quick and had to use my legs a lot more than what I have become accustom to (I'm old). I need a few more runs to get it nailed down. Prob take it up to Asheville this weekend to mix it up a bit and see how she feels up there.
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    I like to shuttle campground connector...

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