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    Paradise Valley in the News

    Nice article, including some action shots of a few of our very own...

    Volunteers help maintain large new county park | HeraldNet.com - Local news

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    Sure. Jimba gets the action shots....

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    Those are some hard core lookn mountain biker dudes in photo 5of6… Great work guys.

    Sorry to have been MIA on the work parties… my trail work hrs have been spent building new trails out at Tolt with Mike E. But will try and hook up again soon.

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    Awesome to get the recognition for your hard work. I remember what a clusterphuck that place used to be prior to the "shutdown". Always had fun out there, but some of the old moto lines sucked and the winter conditions were terrible. It just didn't live up to it's potential.

    Sounds like the relationship with the parks folks is better than ever as well. Nice work!

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    Kudos, Paradise is such a great little park, i wish i lived closer.
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    Most awesome y'all! Thanks for all the hard work out there. Once that other park gets finished (end May), I may have some time to ride at Paradise again

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    Looks like those guys could use some beer. Or fried chicken. Or both....
    "...Some local fiend had built it with his own three hands..."

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    Great article! And it's nice to see some well deserved credit for "the Godfather" Brian Crowley!!! Thanks, amigo, for the superhero level of commitment and trail work out there.
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    Brian, I think I have given you a new name "the Godfather" love it!

    You know what's funny about the picture of me on the jump, that was the first time I have ever completely cleared the wood top, ah the power of the camera.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimba View Post
    You know what's funny about the picture of me on the jump, that was the first time I have ever completely cleared the wood top, ah the power of the camera.
    More likely the power of a young female photographer...

    Verslow, I also think that photo of Jimba and Borneo in the Mt. Rushmore pose is awesome. Is it just me, or is there a resemblance to be seen here...?


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    Quote Originally Posted by juice View Post
    Great article! And it's nice to see some well deserved credit for "the Godfather" Brian Crowley!!! Thanks, amigo, for the superhero level of commitment and trail work out there.
    Well said, we are all lucky to have you on our side Brian!

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