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  1. #1
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    Cool-blue Rhythm Paging Team Sanchez and the St G. delegation

    Hey boyz. We're back in town and will probably ride Little Creek tomorrow, and maybe a short one on Saturday before packing up and flying out of Vegas Saturday evening. Anyone up for some loops? You can reply here, PM me, email, or hit our cell. I will try to check this again before evening.

    Take it easy.

    Barny and the cheeze.
    My video techniques can be found in this thread.

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    TS, check your email. I'm game if I can be back home by 2pm.
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    I'm out. I"m putting in 56 on the road bike in the morning, and then my wife is leaving for Moab for a ladies weekend, and I'm stuck with my 3 girls for the weekend. Good riding with you again Tscheez. We'll catch you again in the spring.

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    Freaking Raodie

    Quote Originally Posted by El Chingon
    I'm out. I"m putting in 56 on the road bike in the morning, and then my wife is leaving for Moab for a ladies weekend, and I'm stuck with my 3 girls for the weekend. Good riding with you again Tscheez. We'll catch you again in the spring.
    You cant dis a dude for a road ride. Beautiful Highline BTW, Ben. I just got mine painted "fancy copper" at Olympic. I will post pics next week when it is reassembled. I guess I have a borderline 07 model. I have a late 06 front triangle and V3 chain stays. I wish I had the top pull derailer that the 08's have. I hate running my cables under. I may eventually go to a single ring up front and run a Gammut or MRP. I don't like pedalling in my Granny. BTW, doesn't the Highline climb great. I know for my riding style, I probably should have gotten an RFX, but I just love the way the highline rides and I love the geometry (slack and low). I have pushed DH5.0 with the race treatment, but I may get a backup Roco TST air for the long days in the saddle.

    Take Care
    "And I shout that your all fakes and you should have seen the look on your face"

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    Can't wait to see it Jon. The road ride kicked my butt this morning. We rode out to Zion National Park and back, with what seemed like a 30 mile an hour head wind up and back. The Highline pedals extremely well. I hate forsaking the dirt for the road, but we have a century coming up on the 20th, so gotta put the miles in.

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    Top man using the Highline for a road ride!

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    Umm....nah, I was on my road bike. I was just answering Alpenglow's questions out of order.

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