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  1. #1
    CrgCrkRyder
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    Help a MTB Brother out if you can

    This one will be cross posted in all the usual places

    There is a ride and benefit being put on for one of my riding buddies Sunday. He has 3 types of blood cancer that will require him to have a bone marrow transport. If you have a little extra, think about helping these folks out by sponsoring one of the riders. Donations can be made per mile of rider or as a firm amount. Thanks to any that donate

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    Pedalogy: "The Kilmer Challenge Ride" benefiting The David Kilmer Cancer Fund


    David is one of my heroes Ė in a time when there donít seem to be that many candidates that hold up under scrutiny. He is 60 years old, rides hard core back country / cross country stuff, while battling cancer.


    David riding in the Jefferson National Forest

    Maxiumus Horsetrailius - YouTube

    The Crew, David in white shirt, Dufus here in blue, with two of David's best riding buddies


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    'Amazing' people aid man battling cancer - Roanoke.com

    "The Kilmer Challenge Ride" benefiting The David Kilmer Cancer Fund | Facebook

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    CrgCrkRyder
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    Some pictures from our Kilmer ride

    Up Boblettes Gap


    Down Hammond Holler


    Regrouping at the FS road


    Glenwood Horse Trail


    A little gravel thrown in


    Regrouping at the top of the climb,


    Mineshaft section of GHT





    About 25 miles, 4100 feet of climbing
    Crew of 11


    Post ride campfire with Kilmer

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    was just looking at the maps debating whether to go explore this area soon...
    Enjoying the trails one pedal stroke at a time...

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    Nostralpicas
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    Looks awesome,
    Thanks for the pics
    All work and no play makes "and all no work play"

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    CrgCrkRyder
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    Great place for exploring Jen. Tic Tac, not too much different than some of the WV stuff we have ridden, just drier.

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