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    Attn: Hubbard riders!!!

    Beware, I tell you!!! If you see something unusual that looks new or out of place...

    If there's a twist in the trail that wasn't there before...

    If you hear someone scream WHAT THE F#CK!!!...

    Beware my fellow riders... Hehehe... Beware...



    Stop and look until you see what you're going to be riding.
    Last edited by LarryFahn; 04-11-2007 at 08:35 AM.

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    Larry,
    WHAT HAVE YOU DONE??!!!??? I am planning on riding earlier tomorrow because I have to leave later that evening on a business trip. I'd like to find this new "twist". Could you give any hints as to where we might find it? I wouldn't want to ride the wrong route and miss it!

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    PM sent!

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    Idea!

    [SIZE="3"]Larry:

    Is this the delayed April fools joke or are we still looking for the case of "BEER" you lost in the woods? [/SIZE]
    [SIZE=3] Proformance Cycle[/SIZE]
    proformance58@cs.com

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    Yeah, YEAH! It was lost! Lost in someones belly!

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    Hope Nice Surprize

    Hey, the "extra touch" on the new bridge was nice. One of a kind! You should post a picture.

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    I will as soon as I can get the film developed... My digital cam is broke. Fahn

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    Here's a pic from the end of it. We started out about 3 feet wide and narrowed it to 12". It widens up to 18" where you make a little right turn and go up about a foot. When you go to ride over the hump, you'll see the rock garden on the bridge... Still 18" wide. IDK if a rock garden was put on a bridge before, but we liked the idea and incorperated it into the structure. Fahn
    http://www.hubbardbike.com/gallery2/...?g2_itemId=824

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    That looks pretty sweet! I am definitely going to have to TRY and ride that puppy.
    There is no charge for awesomeness......or attractiveness.

    Good rep does not wash out the bad, nor the bad the good.

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