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    El Guapo Love... aka - Riding in St. George, Utah

    wasea04 is right... St. George riding rules!

    Here's a few pics and vids from last weekend. As you will notice, I like to keep my wheels planted closer to the ground than wasea04, but I did see those stunts up close and I have to admit, you gotta have very LARGE huevos to take on that kind of air! More power to you Flyin' Freaks!

    We rode Barrel, JEM, Zen, Gooseberry Mesa/Hidden Canyon, and Paradise trails. If you haven't ridden in St. George, you owe it to yourself to ride these 'World Class' trails!

    Pics - Zen, Gooseberry, Paradise


    Barrel - 1 St. George from titusbro on Vimeo.


    Barrel - 2 - St. George from titusbro on Vimeo.


    Barrel - 3 St. George from titusbro on Vimeo.


    Jem Trail - Hurricane from titusbro on Vimeo.


    Gooseberry Mesa - 1 Hurricane from titusbro on Vimeo.


    Gooseberry Mesa - 2 Hurricane from titusbro on Vimeo.
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    Nice vids, now the next time you hit those trails you need to do it twice as fast!!!!

    I really liked the Gooseberry Mesa Hurricane 1 climb, that looks like a fun and challenging set of smooth ledges to climb.

    Good stuff, thanks for sharing!

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    Thanks for sharing the videos and photos. A great place to take your time and truly enjoy your ride. Gooseberry is one of my all time favorite rides. Probably only second to comfortably numb in Whistler.

    I noticed the cable routing on your EG. Is that custom with the Ti frame? I don't see the cable retainers on the top tube.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SEA_MTBR
    I noticed the cable routing on your EG. Is that custom with the Ti frame? I don't see the cable retainers on the top tube.
    It is the stock cable routing for the Ti frames... just another thing to like about the Ti version
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    I found another vid...

    "The secret of joy is the mastery of pain." (Anaïs Nin)

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    Awesome work T-bro, I can't belive me you didn't give me a holla dude, j/k glad you had fun!!!!!
    I like bikes.

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    Very cool, I need to get back to St. George again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wasea04
    Awesome work T-bro, I can't believe me you didn't give me a holla dude, j/k glad you had fun!!!!!
    Sorry Dude... but I think I need MAJOR Skills Camp lessons before I get airborne with you guys! But I will definitely be back - Barrel and Zen ROCK!
    "The secret of joy is the mastery of pain." (Anaïs Nin)

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    dag... trail envy again...
    i need to develop my crashing skills...

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