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    Alain Rides the ice covered bridge......

    Well here is my first attempt at posting a video on MTBR.com. This is Taco riding the ice covered bridge...4 of us walked over the bridge, slipping and sliding, Taco decides he must ride it!

    http://youtube.com/watch?v=vmjtArfx-6o

    I think you will need to copy and paste into your browser...should be easier than that..if anyone knows how to get a quicker setup...could use your help...
    There are two paths you can go by but in the long run........

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    Sick freakin' canadian!!!!! Leave it to Taco to try it. Sorry I couldn't make it today-conditions looked great.
    "There is a road--no simple highway"

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    Good job!

    Jeff:

    So when Taco gets millions of hits and receives his big check will he cut your in? Make sure he pays you in Canadian!... LOL!

    I think a better quastion is: Stud... Or... NO Stud?

    Oh ya, did you ride the Witness trail? I hear John is giving a free snowblower to the one who cleans it... NO DABS!

    Great Vid!
    Great Pics!



    Last edited by NEPMTBA; 12-09-2007 at 10:43 PM.

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    Nice! Brian and I rode that trail last summer. I thought that bridge was sketchy in 70 degree beautiful weather. Can't imagine in ice/snow conditions. Impressive!

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    OK, the truth is he did have......

    studded tires..no one else did though...the vid does not do it justice though...it really was slick as ever..and about to topple into the stream. Andy...good to see you checkin' out the pa sites even though you have moved away...let us know if you want to ride or ski when you visit your relatives...
    There are two paths you can go by but in the long run........

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