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    How 'Bout Some Stoke -- Like Chunk?

    Traveled south again, this time for some super chunk. MrBlinn, Iceman69, Brian and your BFF...

    Over the meatball...
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    Boulder cut into a switch...
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    Another tricky one...
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    MrBlinn workin his skillz...
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    Let it roll...

    Down the chute...
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    Iceman workin' a rough section...
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    Brian makes it look easy...
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    What about when it gets bigger. Photo doesn't do this piece justice...
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    and roll...

    Ok, camera can't fully capture how big this section is. It's hairy...
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    Interesting switchback - pick your poison. This trail was littered with'em...
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    Final Exam. Needed some detention time just to pass...
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    Awesome spine into a bouldery chute...
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    one more...

    Granite playground...
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    That'll do it. Good times in SoCal

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    EXCELLENT!!! Good stuff there fellas.
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    Sweet! Thanks.

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    Nice pics. This one claimed a stanchion on my first trip there
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    Oooooo nice. Luv me some super-chunk!

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    *****s.......

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    Great stuff! What an incredible playground.

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    Thanks Again!

    nice riding
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    Great stuff. Good to see some DW Turners being ridden!! :P

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    What's with the senior citizen on the hybrid bike?


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    Quote Originally Posted by jncarpenter
    What's with the senior citizen on the hybrid bike?

    Yeah, It's gotta be kind of tough for LncNuvue and co when they are sessioning all these technical sections and some old guy on the beach cruiser just rides on by like it's nothing...

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    I think it's instructive to see single pics from riders cleaning certain parts of certain lines all strung together to show a complete clean run. Does that mean actual clean runs were few and far between? Any of the stuff you showed would have me walking my bike so what do I know?
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    Quote Originally Posted by xcguy
    I think it's instructive to see single pics from riders cleaning certain parts of certain lines all strung together to show a complete clean run, like complete runs through these sections were hard to capture on film,...because they didn't happen!
    That's a good one

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    Nice riding Luc, great stoke, awesome riding, keep er coming some great posts lately yeahaaaaaa
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    very nice terrain!!!! great riding man

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    Quote Originally Posted by noosa2
    Yeah, It's gotta be kind of tough for LncNuvue and co when they are sessioning all these technical sections and some old guy on the beach cruiser just rides on by like it's nothing...
    It is humbling... and proves that most of us are way over-biked for the riding we do.

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    Great pictures. I'm heading out to your area next month with bike and am pumped to hit the trails.

    How does your guy like the Schwalbe Fat Albert in those conditions? I got them on one bike here on the east coast and think they are a pretty good all around tire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LncNuvue
    It is humbling... and proves that most of us are way over-biked for the riding we do.

    Yeah most of us are probably over biked. It is humbling enough when grandpa and his citybike easily handles what I thought was a technical downhill section but what really gets to me is when some kid on a 45lb downhill rig easy clears what I thought was a technically demanding and physically brutal uphill section...

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    This is only 20 mins from my house so I've been wanting to ride this place and finally got out there on Sunday for the first time. Great downhill but a lot of hikers out there which prevented getting the speed up too much. I was the only bike out there! The second half of the ride had far fewer people and the flow of the last mile was really good. It looks like I missed a few lines that you guys were doing.

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    Yes, this one was tough, the setup was tricky with some wheel grabbers in the middle and out of frame in the landing. Your camera really flattened it out. Precision required!



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    I'll be staying in SD for work the weekend of May 1st. We'll have to do some riding

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    sick!

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