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    2/10/10 Wednesday Ride, Early Bird, Quad guys RULE!

    Quad guys RULE! Received an email at 6:30AM to attend a ride since the snow was falling. Doug and Dougie were heading out for a spin on the local trails with the quads. It was great having a quad pre run through the trails making mt biking a breeze. I guess all his years of prerunning races paid off this time for the MTBers. Trails are ridable as long as you stay in the quad's tire path. Of course there were non ridden trails with 6 inches already down on them to try out, and not too difficult. Thanks quad guys!

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    Nice!Looks liked they hooked you up so you could get in a ride. Only thing I rode today was the snow thrower!

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    the main reason this forum has become so lame is that some people feel the need to use it as their own personal blog...starting a NEW thread each and every time they go for a ride. There is nothing wrong with this type of content, except that most everyone on the interweb has found their appropriate place: some use blogger or wordpress, some use facebook and the like, some even have their own website...but the general idea is that people share stuff where it's not intrusive to the rest of the PA forum users. my suggestion would be to put all your rides into a new post on ONE thread, like eastcoaststeve does. When you have a full 1/3 of the threads started on this page, it just drives people away,(and I'm not just talking out my arse, I've gotten the feedback). I'm not intending to be a dick here Lee, but I like this site, and I'm not going to stop visiting this place because the bullies have taken over this playground....time to take this playground back

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    Quote Originally Posted by moonraker
    the main reason this forum has become so lame is that some people feel the need to use it as their own personal blog...starting a NEW thread each and every time they go for a ride. There is nothing wrong with this type of content, except that most everyone on the interweb has found their appropriate place: some use blogger or wordpress, some use facebook and the like, some even have their own website...but the general idea is that people share stuff where it's not intrusive to the rest of the PA forum users. my suggestion would be to put all your rides into a new post on ONE thread, like eastcoaststeve does. When you have a full 1/3 of the threads started on this page, it just drives people away,(and I'm not just talking out my arse, I've gotten the feedback). I'm not intending to be a dick here Lee, but I like this site, and I'm not going to stop visiting this place because the bullies have taken over this playground....time to take this playground back
    I second this, along with the moto stuff not the right place

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    Quote Originally Posted by moonraker
    the main reason this forum has become so lame is that some people feel the need to use it as their own personal blog...starting a NEW thread each and every time they go for a ride. There is nothing wrong with this type of content, except that most everyone on the interweb has found their appropriate place: some use blogger or wordpress, some use facebook and the like, some even have their own website...but the general idea is that people share stuff where it's not intrusive to the rest of the PA forum users. my suggestion would be to put all your rides into a new post on ONE thread, like eastcoaststeve does. When you have a full 1/3 of the threads started on this page, it just drives people away,(and I'm not just talking out my arse, I've gotten the feedback). I'm not intending to be a dick here Lee, but I like this site, and I'm not going to stop visiting this place because the bullies have taken over this playground....time to take this playground back
    moonraker:

    How does this apply to the thread? You could PM me instead of trying to ruin a thread with your personal problems. By all means if you have something to add, do so. This forum isn't lame as you say. My threads are about riding Mt. bikes and related activities. Look at other forums lots of people post many threads.

    I ride everyday sometimes in the early AM and at night with lights. I post lots of info for all to see, and everyone is invited to ride with me as are you and as you see others do, so it's not just my personal ride forum. I have told you before we have lots going on here in the NE. There is no limit to posting threads and my threads stir lots of interest from others that you don't see what comes to me via our website and emails.

    I don't appreciate your comment that your going to "take this playground back" as if it's yours to do so. Is that a persional threat from you to me? Are you calling me a bully here on MTBR? If so how is posting thread bulling anyone? I'm not holding your head to the screen making you view what I post. If you don't like a thread that you have viewed please leave it and don't view it. More help for you, If you see a thread beginnig with NEPMTBA don't go there.

    Thanks... now back to riding mt bikes and spreading the sport with all here on this great site called "MTBR"

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    Quote Originally Posted by NEPMTBA
    moonraker:

    How does this apply to the thread? You could PM me instead of trying to ruin a thread with your personal problems. By all means if you have something to add, do so. This forum isn't lame as you say. My threads are about riding Mt. bikes and related activities. Look at other forums lots of people post many threads.

    I ride everyday sometimes in the early AM and at night with lights. I post lots of info for all to see, and everyone is invited to ride with me as are you and as you see others do, so it's not just my personal ride forum. I have told you before we have lots going on here in the NE. There is no limit to posting threads and my threads stir lots of interest from others that you don't see what comes to me via our website and emails.

    I don't appreciate your comment that your going to "take this playground back" as if it's yours to do so. Is that a persional threat from you to me? Are you calling me a bully here on MTBR? If so how is posting thread bulling anyone? I'm not holding your head to the screen making you view what I post. If you don't like a thread that you have viewed please leave it and don't view it. More help for you, If you see a thread beginnig with NEPMTBA don't go there.

    Thanks... now back to riding mt bikes and spreading the sport with all here on this great site called "MTBR"


    I don't know you, and will not pass judgment to your intentions to spread the sport or the word. I will say that you have a sticky at the top of the page and a quick count of the first 50 threads you started 16 of them. Why can't you post there? I don't go to NEPA to ride, and just don't care to know what is going on right now. If I did I would go to your sticky to find out.

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    Good job!

    Quote Originally Posted by mxer
    Nice!Looks liked they hooked you up so you could get in a ride. Only thing I rode today was the snow thrower!
    It was great for all involved and it was funny to see Dougie who didn't believe a Mt bike could be ridden in this much white stuff, I think we have another believer, don't know if we will get him out on a MTB any time soon as he's getting a new snow machine for his b-day. Lucky kid!

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    2/10/10 Wednesday Ride, Early Bird, Quad guys RULE!

    Looks like you had a great time! I would have liked to get out today. Even though the back is starting to feel better it might have been too much. Oooops, maybe I better post this on the back pain forum....I do not want to incite the wrath of The Haters!

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    Good job!

    Ya, it was fun and the pics came out, which I didn't think they would, due to all the snow flying around! I guess if I had this it would have been fun also! I got the pic from here check out this thread of snow riders:

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    2/10/10 Wednesday Ride, Early Bird, Quad guys RULE!

    That would be a neat ride in this crap! However, I think the hot ticket would be this!!!
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    Amazing how upset people become when Lee posts his daily rides.Seems like a personal issue and maybe it should be handled in a different place.There are other peeps on here that post there rides every day for long stretches.I like it personally.See what they are doing and this time of year it helps keep up the motivetion to keep riding also.

    You have people posting about skiing and no one gets upset.People post about beer and no one gets upset.Oh boy don't forget the beer. So once again you guys have shown a double standard.It is ok to post anything and as much as you want as long as it isn't about moto or coming from a moto guy that also has a passion for mtb riding.

    If it is too much for you guys contact a moderator and if the rules have been broken they will clean it up.If you don't like a thread just don't look.You don't watch something on tv or listen to a radio station you don't like do you?

    Please post some pics of your rides.Would enjoy seeing them!

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    Good job!

    My bud Doug who rode his quad today is getting his son Little Dougie a new snow machine for his b-day. The kid is very lucky indeed. The pug and the SM are both expensive, and fun! Can't wait to see the trails tomorrow. Lots of blown snow around now.

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    Good job!

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    No rules broken by me, and you would think that what moonraker did is: thread jacking and thread policing, as his comments in no way aided the content other than to his personal dislike of me and my text and pics, so it is I that should report his nonsense, but I would rather ride as this negativity just makes me stronger. Of course a more pressing matter is then he accuses me of more serious things in an open forum which is more of a personal attack. As a member of this forum I can post where, when, and how I please as can anyone as long as the rules of the forum are followed.

    I didn't even post any pics of the guys on quads which I have every right to do so.Then neither one of those guys ride with any of us here in the NEPA! I met moonraker in person once, never met Litizdude that I know of.

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    moonraker

    moonraker:

    You have a PM from me.

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    i totally agree with lititz and moonraker. i visit the PA page less and less because its filled with posts from NEPMTBA. try not to lord the NEPMTBA over the entire message board and also there are a few others out there that post these things DAILY. start a blog. here is a shortcut. www.blogspot.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by NEPMTBA
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    You have a PM from me.
    I love how you've manipulated this from what I actually said in my post, accuse me of a "personal attack on you" and want to keep this issues from being publicly discussed here on this FORUM.

    I didn't accused you of breaking the "rules" of the forum either, did I? can you show me where I said that? So stop making this into something it isn't,

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    Good job!

    Quote Originally Posted by moonraker
    I love how you've manipulated this from what I actually said in my post, accuse me of a "personal attack on you" and want to keep this issues from being publicly discussed here on this FORUM.

    I didn't accused you of breaking the "rules" of the forum either, did I? can you show me where I said that? So stop making this into something it isn't,
    Gentlemen it's about riding Mt bikes! This thread is about a guy(me) enjoying riding his mt bike and sharing his thoughts and pics of the said ride in a forum that promotes exactly what I am doing for "anyone interested" to read. I'm sure if you were along for the ride you would of had lots of fun also. I just want to add our local area has grown so much around all NEPMTBA does here. I see none of you are from here where we ride. I hope you have great stuff going on where you reside.

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    I agree

    I do enjoy the "daily" pics from time to time but it's a little boring lately...same old ****.
    PA is a great place to ride, but the fourm lacks quality topics.
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    Quote Originally Posted by moonraker
    I love how you've manipulated this from what I actually said in my post, accuse me of a "personal attack on you" and want to keep this issues from being publicly discussed here on this FORUM.

    I didn't accused you of breaking the "rules" of the forum either, did I? can you show me where I said that? So stop making this into something it isn't,
    moonraker: Here ya go:

    "Your text quoted" and I'm not going to stop visiting this place because the bullies have taken over this playground....time to take this playground back"end quote"


    Who is physically stopping you or anyone else? How do threads and forum info by any person stop another from visiting? I think your just hiding behind the "oh unless someone stops NEPMTBA I'm not visiting MTBR". Is that it? It is not breaking a rule by posting info, and like mxer said if there was a "REAL" problem the mods would take care of it. With that said you are still polluting a thread about riding mt bikes by this personal dislike of yours towards me and the threads I post.

    I guess "you" "owned" the forum and now the "bullies" have "taken it" over and "your" "taking it back"? Back to what "your ownership"? No member of MTBR own anything here. It's free to join, It's free to post by anyone who follows the rules and it's free to share info with all.

    Again if you don't like a thread started by NEPMTBA, how do "I force" you to read it? Please explain this magic to me I didn't know I had this control over you. I gotta hear this one, and while your at it.

    Let's take it further: "bullies" meaning more than one, so if you are calling me a bully then who are the others?

    You said keep it in an open forum so please tell all,

    I think you have dug a DEEP hole for yourself. Who are the bullies? Name them please.

    You have my PM, my email, and my offer to meet in person, that's about all I can offer.

    Since this black and white text holds no justice. Your welcome to meet any of us you have a problem with in person or come on a ride with us, or for a pizza and adult beverages as I'm sure we can settle this matter!

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    I really appreciate Nepm's bike Passion and appreciate hearing of escapades, especially when I don't have the latitude to take daytime rides during the week like he does and I find the night-time rides so much more challenging to get going (at least for myself).

    BUT, it hugely saddens me that ANYONE feels disenchanted, or feels turned-away, from the PA forum.

    I come here from an area and activity that for the last 10 years has had a lovely, lively, online community tied closely to a similarly lively real life community. For me this community was founded by my Austin and San Antonio "people" and has thrown "fingers" out to NM, CO, UT, AZ, OH, and now PA.

    I had great hopes of having a similar real life community to connect with here, and it's coming together, just so slowly it is frustrating. I know it can't go any faster, that other community took somewhere between 3 and 5 years to coalesce and I can't expect more than that from PA.

    But the speed bumps still frustrate me. I had gotten so frustrated with it that I got a forum-admin of mine to open an alternative - since I had not found one up here yet that was similarly active. I'm not promoting nor pushing that forum because I choose to believe that a home-grown situation is better (particularly with some late breaking stuff that I've heard off offline this week), but it was a great gesture on their part.

    Nepm, I would contribute that you SHOULD consider starting a blog. You've got Passion to spare. You've got time to devote to it. You've got adventures to report on, and it would more singularly credit yourself for doing so. I am not saying that you should NOT be sharing here at all, just that the blog format DOES match well with what you are presenting online. Plus, having the blog means that you really have 100% control of the presentation, that the adventures are more cohesively presented, easy to reference and look to - must easier than forum searching, and if done enough could actually pay you back in various ways - I know of a couple where the people have supplanted their day jobs nicely with their blogs. Some cool examples of biker blogs that I follow are Up In Alaska and Bad Idea Racing. I love reading these blogs, even though I doubt I'll ever bike in Alaska nor will I never be a supported race geek.

    One thing that is driving me nuts about the PA riding community so far is the perceived nature of how "balkanized" the community presents itself. This could very easily be peculiar to the Wyoming Valley, or it may not be, I can't say, I just don't know. Maybe some people who have "transplanted" around the state in and out of the area can share their perspective? For good or ill, true or not, Nepm you've helped maintain this apparent separation at least on this online forum, and that's a shame because I think you're better than that.

    You want to see what I think the PA MTB community could look like (to an outsider)? Simple, go look at NEMBA. They have managed, with years and years of work, to work towards and present a unified front to both the cycling and non-cycling communities. This has served them well, for example, in such huge projects as purchasing and preserving the Vietnam area trails.

    I realize that not everyone wants to be involved with such a large organization, I realize that many people want to simply keep to and work on what is near and dear. However, even if it was a more nascent entity that only presented itself in context where larger user groups were needed that alone could be hugely useful. Think about fighting bad legislation. Think about preserving trails and parks and access. Think about forging better connections with DCNR. These are things that can only be done when we start to think in the scope outside our immediate ten mile area.

    I know that I'm really an outsider here, and likely will be for a while, regardless of how welcoming a small number of people have been. I realize that I'm probably speaking out of turn, but that's my cross to bear.

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    Looks like you guy's had another cool ride.
    I know I'm a newbie here, but I ride with Lee, and I enjoy seeing the new posts of the rides, seeing the new headers lets me know there's a new ride.

    Lee likes to take lots of cool pictures, I like to take video. the Mototcycle sites I belong to, thats exactly what I do, I start a new thread with each ride, it sets it apart from the last one!

    Lee also rides a LOT, more than most I suspect, leading to more posts, maybe if you guy's rode as much as Lee, or took the time to stop and take pictures of the ride, you to would feel the need to make more posts???

    And as Lee said, it was becouse of his posts that I was able to join him for his epic rides, and he and the rest of the group graciously welcomed me into the flock.

    Again it's just my opinion, not trying to offend anyone.
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    Without these types of threads this PA thread would be in the shitter. If you don't like what threads show up then do not click. Don't be such a child.

    Good threads.
    I give positive rep all around but then I get negative rep from all the clowns.

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    Good job!

    I think some have the right idea.

    It about riding Moto/MTB doesn't matter! Guys ride lots and those guys like dirtrider6 is a moto guy and now he's doing the MTB, but he will ride Moto in 18 inches of snow. He's my hero! I know he would do the same on an MTB. We all feel the same... "RIDE"

    I go out ride and then share with my friends anything I found along the way. Like a great section of trail or a water feature or just a tough section to try to clean.

    Riding lightens the way. Getting out and on the trails is a great release, we talk about stuff and ride around. Nothing wrong with that.

    I hope by the passion of the pics that guys will say "hey where is that trail" or "hey lets ride there sometime" It just spawns more riding.

    nanker does the same with his buds and he posts everyday or just about. I can't wait everyday to hit MTBR to see his pics which are really great.

    Jeff and his crew post their riding stuff. It's more great pics to see from friends riding and enjoying the sport.

    I have lived here all my life and I know what works for me. I'm not changing what's not broken and others can cry all they want it just makes me stronger. I wish them 100% luck and success as I will be going forward...

    NEPMTBA is what it is...
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    Yep,when I move to another state eventually been here 14years i will come to mtbr and look up my new living area and see where to ride and try to hook up with people.That's what it is all about and much easier place to find info for me as joining facebook etc. doesn't interest me at all but a mtb or moto site des.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NEPMTBA
    I think some have the right idea.

    It about riding Moto/MTB doesn't matter! Guys ride lots and those guys like dirtrider6 is a moto guy and now he's doing the MTB, but he will ride Moto in 18 inches of snow. He's my hero! I know he would do the same on an MTB. We all feel the same... "RIDE"

    NEPMTBA is what it is...
    Its all about riding!
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    Who me?, I would never ride in 18" of snow, that would be crazy!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6IIkPWbmo1I
    I did the naration on the spot, funny as all heck!

    A Month later we got 12" on Saturday no one wanted to ride, so I went out Sunday on my Yamaha by myself!
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