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    Love the Sunshine

    It may be cold but there sure has been a lot of sun this past week, Ya' a few snow showers here and there but for the most part sun, sun, sun....

    Yesterday afternoon a few of us went out to our favorite winter time stomping ground Whypass for an fun ride around on Frozen trails and plenty of sunshine.

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    Justin climbing out of Blue & Yellow
    Lou doing the same thing
    Justin climbing up Whypass Road
    Lou riding the Juvi hall, nice skull!
    The group enjoying a break in the sunshine
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    Ever wonder where all those 2 x 4's come from?

    Lou really enjoying the sunshine.....
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    Justin rockin in Juvi Hall
    Lou feeling the flow on Boundry
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    I almost...

    Quote Originally Posted by General Coonskins
    Justin rockin in Juvi Hall
    Lou feeling the flow on Boundry
    Justin just enjoying the mountain bike
    Lou just enjoying riding a bike
    ...went the Whypass yesterday. I played "hooky" (sp?) for a couple of hours yesterday (with the boss's blessing. fyi: it sort of takes the fun out of it, sort of.) and spent it on my bike, yeah! I just took the dog to Brice and played around. The first bridge was still icy, but most other things were really nice. It was chilly, chilly though. That's why they make fleece though. FWIW: I don't recommend riding downed trees when they have ice on them, that could just be my (new) preference though. I'm not saying my bike skills blow or anything, but my dog seemed to be entertained for a bit, bastard.

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    Yep...

    that was a good afternoon of riding. It's amazing how much the freeze really helps the traction out there. It goes from slip to grip The new trails are really bedding in well, getting smooth and fast in most spots. Great day fellas, thanks for the pics too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ImaKlyde
    ...went the Whypass yesterday. I played "hooky" (sp?) for a couple of hours yesterday (with the boss's blessing. fyi: it sort of takes the fun out of it, sort of.) and spent it on my bike, yeah! I just took the dog to Brice and played around. The first bridge was still icy, but most other things were really nice. It was chilly, chilly though. That's why they make fleece though. FWIW: I don't recommend riding downed trees when they have ice on them, that could just be my (new) preference though. I'm not saying my bike skills blow or anything, but my dog seemed to be entertained for a bit, bastard.

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    What's your dog look like when he's laughing at you Kraig? Glad you got out there. I was playing carpenter all day. Tomorrow will be different though, riding somewhere in cold western OR, near a river.... need I say more?
    By the way, how are the wheels holding up? I'd like to do a post-first-couple-rides check-up on them.

    Seeya

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    Heya,
    The wheels are doing awesome. Round and true, kinda like me...

    I did my first "snugging"/adjusting of the rear bearings last night (easy). Have fun riding! I'll be in Bend for a week or so and spending as much time as possible on Bachelor. I thought I might take my bike, but I'm not going to after talking with my sis over there. I should be sufficiently torn-up from boarding 4-5 days out of 7 or 8 there anyway.
    Enjoy the ride.

    Kraig...
    Are the wheels roundish? Ride it.

    Disciples Of Dirt, come ride with us.

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