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    Where are you riding this long weekend?

    So where is everyone riding this long labor day weekend? PA has great trails EVERYWHERE...so am curious where to go riding...let us all know the secret spots!!!

    Ed

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    Friday and Sunday, DH at 7 Springs.

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    Friday - Marsh Creek
    Saturday - ?
    Sunday- French or Bear Creek
    Monday- Fair Hill

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    Friday: Blue Marsh

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    Friday- Blue Marsh
    Saturday - Rattling Creek
    Sunday - Michaux
    Monday - Tour De Swatara

    You're welcome to join us ED.
    Mike

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    Friday: Clayton NJ
    Saturday: All work, no play
    Sunday: Family picknic
    Monday: Middle Run DE

    Wish I ride all 4 days, as it is I'll be with the wife and she likes it fast and smooth, no tech, but Middle run and Clayton should be smokin fast and a great time.

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    saturday and sunday i'll be in stoneboro on trails on my girlfriend's parents farm...should be interesting. next weekend going to 7 spings
    Oh noes. I'm going to drink the Kool-Aid.

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    Going camping in Jim Thorpe I will be looking for a moderate trail to ride (not switchback). anyone want to show me a the right trail please let me know.

    riding level = sand bagger intermediate
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    Saturday at blue knob
    Monday at Laurel mountain

    or maybe vise versa

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    Early Saturday - Wissahickon
    Sunday - local woods nothing special
    Monday - either Fairhill or White Clay/Middle run

    Need to get some miles in this weekend. Been slacking for the last couple weeks and probably won't get to ride again for the next couple weeks.

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    Geez, I started this, then had to have surgery this morning, only to be told after wards that I could'nt ride for the next 7-10 days...DARN! and you'r all going to some great places...I'd have loved to have joined you all Mike...oh well, hopefully be ready for Laurel Classic...probably kill me but what the hey, have to get back on it as soon as possible...

    Have fun all, be careful

    Ed

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    monday...clayton nj

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    Heading South. Snowshoe for the weekend.

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    Nice! I tried to talk the wife into heading there...even had a free condo in Allegheny Springs for the weekend. This was before she tried DH at 7S and got hooked, now the free condo is booked.

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    Headed out of state..........

    Kingdom Trails Vermont and possibly Millstone Vermont too!

    Headed to the BASH on the 12th of sept....Rattling Creek..........very good time with that crew...3 days of riding.....and they have Troegs!!!!!
    There are two paths you can go by but in the long run........

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    Ah, Too Rass, you shoulda jumped on that. Not sure if you've stayed at Allegheny Springs, but it's one of Snowshoe's top properties. On-site pool/hot-tub and right next to the bike shop, Village, and Bike Park lift. Also convenient on-site bike storage. Not to mention the riding, which blows 7Springs away...

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    I tried man, she wasn't interested...then. Now she's hooked.

    Not a big deal, the condo belongs to a good friend and I can get anytime I want as long as it's not booked. A month ago, it was mine for this weekend. Since I didn't want it, he rented it.

    We'll get there down there soon. I've skied the Shoe, but never biked there. The more I DH at 7S, the more I can't wait to go.

    We were gonna go to Keystone this Summer and stay with another good friend in Silverthorne, but he ended up moving back here June 1st. He was a Keystone employee, so I even had the hook up for free lifts and discounted bike rentals

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    Fri/Sat/Sun/Mon...I'll be riding the Turnpike between Bensalem and Conshohocken, my weekend to work. Come to think of it, so were Memorial and Independence Day weekends

    Truly a wealth of useless information.


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    Guess who we ran into at Kingdom Trails.....

    We were parked at East Burke Sports after our first ride of the day....sat down at the picnic tables to take it easy for awhile. Low and behold the guy i was talking to was none other than fellow MTBR'er "Jim Thorpe Trails", aka Leith. Small world. He was definetely checkin the whole place out....he rode about 7 hours on Friday...ran into him again on Saturday morning.
    There are two paths you can go by but in the long run........

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    Wissahickon Early Monday morning . Can't wait, we have never been there.

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    americanstd

    rode american std only half today catch was it was my 1st ss ride
    was alotta fun it is a great trail for ss rode most pushed a little
    great day

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    Finally rode American Standard. Did it with Slow Dave and Rick. As Dave said, catch was with the single speed, fortunately it was fully rigid. Rode most walked some, found where they grow the rocks.
    "There is a road--no simple highway"

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