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    MTBing in PA - 2007

    I know the year is not over yet, but here are photos of us and our friends taken during some of our favorite rides in PA in '07. Places include Lackawanna State Park, Frances Slocum State Park, Prompton State Park, Hubbard, Merli-Sarnoski Park, Rattling Creek/Lykens, Ski Denton, Elk Mtn and others.

    Post some photos of your favorite PA rides of the year.
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    More....

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    Last ones....

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    Great pics

    Here's a shot from Shamokin
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    langerdangerdingdong

    since you only posted one, i'll post 5 to go one up on ya.

    here's some shots of frank from out my way.
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    Nice

    But how did you get in front of Frank?!

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    Ok here we go.....

    Here are a few for you all....first one is a cold MtnTop Ride..next two are RCST BASH ride shots and finally a stream crossing below the Fountain .
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    Only a matter of time...

    before Jeff would join in.
    You guys need bigger helmets to accomodate the winter hats!

    Kev is still one up on me, but here are a couple of very recent pics from Hickory -
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    looks like skyline drive

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    Awesome!

    Great pics. Helps bring an end to the work week! Thanks.
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    Good job! Speaking of Jeff....

    [SIZE=2]Fogged Glasses, Cold Toes, and Rid'in...

    From last night bout 25 degrees, 11 miles, Ice on the Trails!

    Others are Dennis and Chris... And Trail Paver Guy behind the(frozen slow working)Camera...

    We have lot's of ride pics on our website:
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    Hubbard, Mt Top, Merli, Lackawanna SP, 7 Tubs, Frances Slocum, Mocanaqua, Lackawanna SF, Prompton, Linesville, Coburn...ect

    Enjoy!

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    Hickory Tree shot....

    Nice! DL- With the bikes up in the tree! and Thursday night in Mtn Top.....yowzer...first really cold night of the fall for sure....ice was forming up everywhere. I went out and bought a multi pack of toe warmers at TJ Maxx tonight.

    Okay here are a couple more....

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    Quote Originally Posted by aizu1
    Here's a shot from Shamokin
    My hometown... will be there this weekend riding somewhere. Not sure exactly where I plan on riding yet.

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    nice bicycle tree, looks like you were there just when they were blooming.

    they are almost as rare as a money tree.

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    Man, you're all making me homesick.
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    OK here is one w/some of the Hubbard.........

    Crew....We are riding Merli in March....went to Killington Skiing the week after this photo was taken.....
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    Some 2008 shots...

    First one is start of ride to "Upper Earth" in Mtn Top. Second one is "Christmas Tree Run" ride in Carbon County north of Jim Thorpe..memorial day ride. Last one is Leaving for the Snappers....
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    ganginwood,

    Where are those shots from?

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    Early 2008 riding.......

    "Lower Earth"
    "Middle Earth" Reppans 2
    "Middle Earth" Reppans 2
    "Middle Earth" GasLine Nice tool to get out there!
    "Upper Earth" I think on Dead Deer.


    Oh yeah that last post the third picture obviously was not right...check out that line up though....great concert!
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    Kev - question to you...

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    ganginwood,

    Where are those shots from?
    He can be more specific, but the trails are in the Red Rock area.
    Very nice stuff and in incredible shape this year.

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    no...not red rock.
    that's the stuff i put in above my house. the first two shots are from 5th avenue. which is at the very end of sgl 57 in lovelton. the trail then drops into the north branch of the mehoopany via a 4 mile single track downhill along parts of red brook and stoney brook which is where you see frank riding. you can connect that to the single track that we rode a few weeks ago at red rock. we were about 4 miles away as the crow flies. i haven't gotten that far yet. a healthy but not as fun alternative would be to take henry lot up the north side of bartlet mountain. Or take the existing red green trail

    the next picture is also from lovelton at a place called the stadium rocks overlooking all the beaver dams. there is probably 3 miles of riding over stuff like that, with the possibility of another 20 miles if i wanted to add it. those flat rocks are all over the place up there.
    i'm not going to waste time giving directions. the trails are so remote and deep in the woods that you'd never find them. furthermore, its such a rural area, that i'm really the only guy who rides there which means there is no buffed in trail. its more like riding in the woods then on trails. if you're interested drop me a pm and i'd be happy to give you a tour. its probably a 3 hour ride 90% singletrack and i can guarantee big smiles. might want to wait until fall though, the rattlesnakes donít like to share the trails.
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    the 5th poster, ganginwoods, is correct

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    What is Russell Crowe doing in that pic??

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    Smile That does look like Russell Crowe!

    But i think it is Nigel Toughnote our David St. Hubbins.
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    Kevin...hey, it's Kevin over at Plains Bike. Sounds like a nice set of trails up there, but if that is state game lands, I woudn't want to be there in the fall! Definitly the snakes will be gone, but bullets hurt more!!

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    SOme more in 2008....good year so far..

    Riding "Upper Earth"
    Work Day Moosic Mountain Conservatory
    Leaving for the Snappers
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