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    Quote Originally Posted by 2DMaxLST View Post
    simply incredible!

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    It was too muddy in the woods, so I went for a road ride.


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    70 In New York. Thank you global warming.
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    Yip yip yip nope nope nope

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    the grandeur of the marin headlands captured at the end of another great ride!
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    Lee Creek MTB trails, Arkansas

    It rained yesterday....
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    Quote Originally Posted by jparker164 View Post
    T-shirt weather in NY


    Its Cannondale Lefty fork,and its perfectly fine as it is..........

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    Quote Originally Posted by anj View Post
    ok am i tripping or is this canny missing half a fork?
    Amazing you have never seen one of these! They have been around for a while. My other bike has a regular Fox 140mm fork, and I like 'em both. The Lefty is comparatively lightweight, and is a joy to ride. It does take a little getting used to at first, but it quickly becomes 'normal'... a subtly different feeling...
    It's all Here. Now.

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    Yeah totally new to me and very intriguing! I mentioned that i had been out of the mtb scene for a while... actually about 17 years...so i am in the process of re-acclimating myself with all the new stuff FUN!!!!

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    I proposed to my girlfriend on her first time riding her mountain bike. Video coming soon...



    BTW she said yes
    Are you a Happy Mutant?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MotoX33 View Post
    I proposed to my girlfriend on her first time riding her mountain bike. Video coming soon...



    BTW she said yes
    That's awesome congrats!
    WHY ARE YOU YELLING??!1

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    On page 68 of this marvelous thread hoping it will never end. Major kudos to whoever thought of this. BRAVO

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hutch3637 View Post
    70 In New York. Thank you global warming.
    where you at , Hutch?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 99mikegt View Post
    where you at , Hutch?
    Schenectady. What about you?
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    Orange County. Stewart State Forest is my main spot. If you've never been down here, its worth the hour and a half ride down the NYS Thruway. Excellent flowing singletrack. Low traffic, and a couple of different pubs not far for afterwards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 99mikegt View Post
    Orange County. Stewart State Forest is my main spot. If you've never been down here, its worth the hour and a half ride down the NYS Thruway. Excellent flowing singletrack. Low traffic, and a couple of different pubs not far for afterwards.
    I'll add that to my list of places to go this year and you should check out SMBA as well as Schenectady if you haven't all ready.
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    Wet urban assault.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NicoleB28 View Post
    topless. that's what all mtb girls do. we go ride, get topless, have pillow fights in the woods, scissor, then ride home!

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    perfect weather
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    Abandon railroad in Oak Ridge

    abandoned railroad

    found a nifty little single track too, while i was exploring, made by the boyscouts

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    From 27F to 72F in less than two days.


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    yesterday in El Soplao cave, day was a bit foggy

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    Quote Originally Posted by doug_basquemtb.com View Post
    It's great to be back in the Basque Country.

    is that Yoda on your back? Basque Country looks amazing btw!

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    First ride with the new upgrades. All I can say is, "Wow... just wow!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kimchirider View Post
    Half a world away from Moab.
    This looks fun!

    Quote Originally Posted by doug_basquemtb.com View Post
    Really enjoyed the descent today, it felt like the bike was reading my mind.

    So many awesome pics from you in this thread. Really makes me want to visit the Basque region and do some riding. Maximum stokage!

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    Still winter in Newfoundland. -7C today. On the up side, I got to ride a few "trail" features that are usually inaccessible due to being offshore, including up and over the rock in the picture.


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    Climbing back out of the nearly dry river after a sandy wash crossing.


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