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    Yea I missed the north/south thing.

    I got nothing.

    ODP, Storm King, MTB Im just wild guessing looking at my map now

    Someone will find him it sounds like though
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    The 180 and those two trees are what I'm going on.

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    You will find him. No doubt. Those who know the trails, know that section. Most of us ride these trails enough, that we almost have a video memory of every little bump, corner, etc.... This game is fun!
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    I ride the same trail over and over so I'm not to good at this game I need to go explore!

    yea yellow-man game was a good idea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KTMDirtFace View Post
    I ride the same trail over and over so I'm not to good at this game I need to go explore!

    yea yellow-man game was a good idea.
    Lots of variety out here! Even in the Phil's triangle there are all sorts of options. Especially when you begin to ride across the network and then tie the trails together. Infinite possibilities.
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    Quote Originally Posted by willem3 View Post
    Lots of variety out here! Even in the Phil's triangle there are all sorts of options. Especially when you begin to ride across the network and then tie the trails together. Infinite possibilities.
    So what's the common understanding of where the Phil's triangle area ends on the western edge? SK? Upper whoops? Or do you think of everything from Rd 370 to Phil's trailhead to be in?

    And, yeah, it's a good game, especially for those of us still exploring some of these trails for the 1st time. Never been on Flagline until this year, for example.

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    Great thread, keep it up. We are coming over in OCTOBER!
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    Look at how many tracks there are. Looks like maybe something super common like Whoops or something. Crap, though, too much light.... I'm lost...

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    Quote Originally Posted by gnome de plume View Post
    So what's the common understanding of where the Phil's triangle area ends on the western edge?
    I think of "Phils Triangle" as being the area encompassed by Skyliner Road to the north, forest service road 300 to the West, and Century Drive to the south, but I don't think there is any official definition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thuren View Post
    Look at how many tracks there are. Looks like maybe something super common like Whoops or something. Crap, though, too much light.... I'm lost...

    Also take a look at the type of foliage. The trees are kind of dry and scraggly, and there is the manzanita brush on the ground. You don't find that type of flora at higher elevations. That consistency of dirt isn't found higher up either.

    Nice work, Willem! When you first posted the pics my initial reaction was, "those suck" but now I think it was a good spot.

    Darnit, I'm still at work! I wonder if I can get up to where Ithink it is this evening?

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    I'm going to go explore some north/south trails I always skip in the morning before work

    This game is making me try new trails, I'm like whoops whoops whoops, lair, whoops, upper whoops, whoops.. that's like all I do. The manzinita reminds me of upper whoops, phils from the helipad, or some of kents. But those are all wrong so.. I dunno where the yellow punk is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KTMDirtFace View Post
    This game is making me try new trails...
    That is cool.

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    On the Move

    Yellowman has found a new place to enjoy. It's by the water and has a great view. Location Location as they say in the real Estate biz.

    No rule breaking this time as I didn't want kill Shiggys buzz.




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    Dangit, it turns out I knew that spot in the trail but by the time I got there (about 5pm)...Yellowman was GONE!

    Man!!! You snooze, you lose.
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    One of the best MTBR Oregon threads.

    Carry on.
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    OK so now that he moved what trail was that?

    PS those are some wild handlebars!
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    So where is that? I thought Mrazek until Willem said in was on a north-south trail.

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    MTB aka Mike's, in between Kent's and Ben's.

    Edit: Regarding the handlebars, they're Jones Original H-Bars. It's kind of a singlespeed thing I guess. I like them alright but the backsweep is a little more than I like. That's my wife's bike I was on tonight. My bike is the blue one pictured earlier in this thread with Groovy Luv Handles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzzsaw58 View Post
    Yellowman has found a new place to enjoy. It's by the water and has a great view. Location Location as they say in the real Estate biz.

    No rule breaking this time as I didn't want kill Shiggys buzz.



    Are will still on this location? Bottom of South Fork before it reaches Tumalo Creek? (I'll have no chance to czech it out for a few days)

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    We were resolving Willem's spot. Regarding the current "water with a great view", I think it is not S.F, but I could be wrong.

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    I don't recognize the new location either. where the heck is there water nearby any trails around here? I have an idea, but not sure I don't recognize that rock sticking out.

    lol I suck at this game. But that trail looks fun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nat View Post
    Also take a look at the type of foliage. The trees are kind of dry and scraggly, and there is the manzanita brush on the ground. You don't find that type of flora at higher elevations. That consistency of dirt isn't found higher up either.

    Nice work, Willem! When you first posted the pics my initial reaction was, "those suck" but now I think it was a good spot.

    Darnit, I'm still at work! I wonder if I can get up to where Ithink it is this evening?
    Thanks Nat. I have another location in mind for next time. Something with more rock features. Fun to challenge everyone. I ride MTB trail quite often.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzzsaw58 View Post
    Yellowman has found a new place to enjoy. It's by the water and has a great view. Location Location as they say in the real Estate biz.

    No rule breaking this time as I didn't want kill Shiggys buzz.
    Pretty cryptic, but I have an idea on this one too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nat View Post
    Dangit, it turns out I knew that spot in the trail but by the time I got there (about 5pm)...Yellowman was GONE!

    Man!!! You snooze, you lose.
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    Better photos than mine!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by willem3 View Post
    Better photos than mine!!!
    How old is your camera?

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