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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclelicious View Post
    Thanks, Anne. It's a Canfield Balance. I'm looking forward to doing some serious shreddin
    Ahhhh dream bike! I need one to keep my Yelli Screamy company. Canfields are rad.

    Awesome jump pic, Stripes!

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    thanks ryetoast So far I'm liking the Balance.

    The local trails are still a bit spongy but drying out. Went for an evening lap

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    Beautiful weekend to finally get some Spring trail riding in! After almost 3 feet of snow three weeks ago, followed by tons of rain, the trails were remarkably dry. One of the parks I frequent in upstate, NY was once a part of the Chenango Canal system. The River and Towpath trails hug the Chenango River. Adjacent to the trail are the remnants of the canal, which fill with water and teem with wildlife this time of year.

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    A mallard couple foraging along the bank of the canal.

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    A closeup of one of his buddies who swam up onto the bank.

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    Dusting some cobwebs off. I'm looking forward to getting my FS bike out soon.

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    Love your pics petey... I was watching for turtles too, but it may be a bit early; the frost has finally left the ground (This was my funday ride)

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclelicious View Post
    Love your pics petey... I was watching for turtles too, but it may be a bit early; the frost has finally left the ground (This was my funday ride)

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    Awesome!! How are you liking the Balance? Looks like such a fun bike! Glad you were able to finally get into the woods. Can't wait to see some pics of you shredding, too!
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    I love everyone's pictures! Thanks for sharing. I'm enjoying everyone's experiences I spend such little time in the forest right now, and I'm hoping that'll change during the summer.

    While I'm waiting for my new AM bike to be built, I'm spending time on my DJ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stripes View Post
    I love everyone's pictures! Thanks for sharing. I'm enjoying everyone's experiences I spend such little time in the forest right now, and I'm hoping that'll change during the summer.

    While I'm waiting for my new AM bike to be built, I'm spending time on my DJ.

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    Woo hoo!!! Great job! Can't wait to see pics of your new bike, too (for obvious reasons, lol).
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    Woo hoo!!! Great job! Can't wait to see pics of your new bike, too (for obvious reasons, lol).
    Thanks Petey. I'm hoping this weekend I get the new bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stripes View Post
    Thanks Petey. I'm hoping this weekend I get the new bike.
    Um, you need to post pics. Now! Lol...
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    Beautiful day that finally felt, and looked, like Spring! I put away my Muk (for now) and broke out my Trance 29er. I thoroughly enjoyed the "skinny" tires and glorious full-suspension.

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    A few minutes later and I cleared the "fun" line over the whoops someone had made many, many years ago (long before I started riding here)
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    New Bald Eagles' nest across the river from one of the trails. Made me wish for a more powerful lens!
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    Quote Originally Posted by petey15 View Post
    Beautiful day that finally felt, and looked, like Spring! I put away my Muk (for now) and broke out my Trance 29er. I thoroughly enjoyed the "skinny" tires and glorious full-suspension.

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    A few minutes later and I cleared the "fun" line over the whoops someone had made many, many years ago (long before I started riding here)
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    Brown Creeper who wasn't too stealthy for my camera
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    New Bald Eagles' nest across the river from one of the trails. Made me wish for a more powerful lens!
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    Those are amazing pics. There's a bald eagle nesting ground not far from my house. Haven't been as lucky as you to see that!

    And I'll post my write up tomorrow. A bit beat and I have an early morning tomorrow.

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    Got a new bike last week. Guerrilla Gravity Megatrail SS. I wanted a short travel bike for the parks and to take on the occasional trail ride. I've only ridden trails now 2-3 times in the past 6 months, so you see my priorities

    Testing out the new bike at Ruby Hill. Handles steeps, berms, and just about everything else you throw at it. Or are willing to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stripes View Post
    Got a new bike last week. Guerrilla Gravity Megatrail SS. I wanted a short travel bike for the parks and to take on the occasional trail ride. I've only ridden trails now 2-3 times in the past 6 months, so you see my priorities

    Testing out the new bike at Ruby Hill. Handles steeps, berms, and just about everything else you throw at it. Or are willing to.

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    Sweet ride! Will look forward to some ride reports - for obvious reasons
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    Beautiful pics Petey!. The ramps are sprouting and the fiddleheads should be ready for picking by this weekend

    Congrats on the new bike Stripes.

    A few pics from my weekend (I did a long run (22km) , short run (10km) and 2 big rides. Can't wait for the weekend

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    On the run (50% road 50% trail)
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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclelicious View Post
    Beautiful pics Petey!. The ramps are sprouting and the fiddleheads should be ready for picking by this weekend

    Congrats on the new bike Stripes.

    A few pics from my weekend (I did a long run (22km) , short run (10km) and 2 big rides. Can't wait for the weekend

    Trilliums are sprouting
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    Testing my new socks
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    On the run (50% road 50% trail)
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    Found new garbage that wasn't on the run trail last weekend... humans are disgusting
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    Great pics! Doesn't it feel great to be out on the trails again and see everything starting to come up and bloom? How are you enjoying your Balance?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclelicious View Post
    Beautiful pics Petey!. The ramps are sprouting and the fiddleheads should be ready for picking by this weekend

    Congrats on the new bike Stripes.

    A few pics from my weekend (I did a long run (22km) , short run (10km) and 2 big rides. Can't wait for the weekend

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    On the trail
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    Testing my new socks
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    On the run (50% road 50% trail)
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    Found new garbage that wasn't on the run trail last weekend... humans are disgusting
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    Looks like a great run, except the garbage.

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    I've quit posting pics as I always get error messages now.

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    ^^^^ Bummer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclelicious View Post

    Testing my new socks
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    Great socks!! How did they work? Pass the test?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gmats View Post
    Great socks!! How did they work? Pass the test?

    I dunno...they look super bendy/flexy to me - not likely to offer much support
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    Quote Originally Posted by petey15 View Post
    I dunno...they look super bendy/flexy to me - not likely to offer much support
    LOL!! Good answer.............

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    Cool pix all, great stuff! Need me some gumby/pokey socks, I used to have a Pokey mojo on the bars. Trails almost open here, cleaning up my adopted trails of winter debris today. Mostly been commuting, yesterday was fun on the BMX cruiser, stopped to pick this up on the way home...
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    ^ ha Gumby and Pokey socks passed the quality control test

    Love the pic mtbxplorer...

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    Went for a nice evening ride (after a busy caturday) It's great to end the day with a ride.... although blackflies are coming out... had to dab on a little bug spray

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    ^^ Great pix, I'm jealous, it is raining and trails are closed! Thank you for the cat/boat meme also, purrfect!

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    Some pics from recent rides...
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    Laying a friend to rest today after a long battle with prostate cancer the sky gave us this. A rainbow around the sun. It was interesting.


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    Quote Originally Posted by HTR4EVR View Post
    Laying a friend to rest today after a long battle with prostate cancer the sky gave us this. A rainbow around the sun. It was interesting.
    Awww I'm sorry to hear That's not easy.

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    Thank you🙁 . It has been a hard time.

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    A weekend of downhilling with hubby and friends. Sore as anything but never quitting. Did two days of loooooong runs. Most of it on a long travel Megatrail and one run on a demo 8 not getting full travel on the fork.


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    I'm freeee! I went into hibernation the last few months while I finished writing my dissertation. I missed all the stoke from the Women's Lounge during that time. I should hopefully have a bit more free time now.

    Stripes, that Megatrail SS looks awesome!

    I did manage to sneak in a couple of enduro races - one 2 days before my defense and the other last Saturday. I made the crash reel at the latter race! That's me at 1:30... I was completely spent by the time I reached that part of the stage (bottom of final stage, thankfully). Haha!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtbher View Post
    I'm freeee! I went into hibernation the last few months while I finished writing my dissertation. I missed all the stoke from the Women's Lounge during that time. I should hopefully have a bit more free time now.

    Stripes, that Megatrail SS looks awesome!

    I did manage to sneak in a couple of enduro races - one 2 days before my defense and the other last Saturday. I made the crash reel at the latter race! That's me at 1:30... I was completely spent by the time I reached that part of the stage (bottom of final stage, thankfully). Haha!

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    Congrats on the dissertation. When do you defend?

    How was the enduro race? I would have to be able to climb to do one.

    I converted the megatrail to full strength. It's a really amazing bike. I'll post more later on it

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    Quote Originally Posted by stripes View Post
    Congrats on the dissertation. When do you defend?

    How was the enduro race? I would have to be able to climb to do one.

    I converted the megatrail to full strength. It's a really amazing bike. I'll post more later on it
    Thanks, stripes! I defended about a month ago. I am just wrapping up the final formatting and paperwork right now.

    Both enduros were challenging. I was not in shape for the first one (the dissertation also cut into my early season riding/training), but I managed to squeak out a third-place finish (it was at the Klondike Trails in Moab, which I've ridden before - for fun. They're rather frightening at race speed...). The BME race was brutal. I did that one last year (and it was a much longer day - 7500 feet of climbing and descending), but for some reason, this year felt harder (with only ~5100 feet of climbing & descending). I am not a strong climber, but they give you plenty of time for the transfers (the BME transfers are steep and one had a lot of hike-a-bike. Ugh). I think I pushed it too hard in the first two stages (and I crashed 3 times at the top of the first stage) and I wasn't able to eat well prior to the race (anxiety) - I think that is why I had a harder time this year.

    I have another race this weekend. This one is a two-day enduro - I have not ridden the trails/stages that we will be riding on the first day, but the second day is at Angel Fire bike park here in NM. I love those trails.

    I question my sanity every time I do one of these races...
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    A few pics from some recent rides. It's been an interesting spring. Some hot days, some cool days and lots of fun days

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    I really, really thought about a new bike. But, I love my Intrigue so I just did a suspension upgrade.

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    Keep the pics coming. I'm getting my Megatrail sorted out for the summer, and I decided to name it: it's my unicorn because it takes me magical places

    I added some purple bits to the grips and a purple dropper lever and some custom fork stickers to pretty him up a bit:
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    Got home from my morning ride and the x-fusion hilo was waiting for me.



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    Sweet little trail pupper Easy to spot too, wearing the bright coat
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    We did an evening ride on Saturday , trail were nice and tacky.... although skeeters were hungry. A big storm rolled in Sunday morning. It was too wet to ride trails so I ran and my hubby joined me on his bike for a 21km run-ride pairing

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    1. Really happy with the new suspension
    2. Did my second Roam Events women's mountain bike retreat in Whitefish Montana. If you can get yourself to one of these events they are AWESOME.
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    Took the new bike out for a spin tonight on my nearest local trail and rode a lot more of it than I have in the past. It's not an easy trail... lots of loose rocks, gravel and sand. I was really impressed with the performance. Loving this bike! 😁

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    Here's my July is starting. It's either MCL/ACL or just MCL. I was having a really great summer up til this. What happened, I think: I was on a wider bridge, slightly off center line, panicked. Put a foot down ( thinking its a wide bridge, I can save this) and some how lost my balance and went off the other side in a tangle with my bike, about 2 feet or so. I won't know more until end of next week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by formica View Post
    Here's my July is starting. It's either MCL/ACL or just MCL. I was having a really great summer up til this. What happened, I think: I was on a wider bridge, slightly off center line, panicked. Put a foot down ( thinking its a wide bridge, I can save this) and some how lost my balance and went off the other side in a tangle with my bike, about 2 feet or so. I won't know more until end of next week.

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    ^ Bummer formica. Hope you have a speedy recovery (Your toes look pretty )
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    That stinks!! So sorry to hear this. Fingers crossed that it's not that bad and you're back on your bike sooner. Healing vibes comin' your way!
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    Ugh, so sorry to hear that, Formica. Hope you're up and moving soon!

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    No riding for a while. Summer clases at Andrews University in Berrien Springs MI


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    Sorry to hear about the injury formica, sending you extra patience and something to pass the time https://www.redbull.tv/video/AP-1PWH...-1PWHVXYPS1W11

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    Armed with my "big girl hammer" for trailwork on Angry Gnome at Millstone trails VT

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    Swinging a hammer is a good workout Nice solid looking bridge! Also great to see you had a good turnout for the build
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    Got in 4 solid DH runs before the lightning cancelled the rest of the day. Going fast enough to get a big bike next

    Also, strength is a lot better. I would be dead and pretty sore after 2 runs at the beginning of the season. Wasn't sore at all the next day. Weight training is paying off.

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    Nice riding and scenery, Stripes & Cyclelicious! Thanks for sharing.

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    Daughter and mother riding up the steep climb on Constitution Mountain, Orcas Island WA.






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    A great ride with my boy, meaning he did not chase any wildlife! An old quarry known as the green lagoon, Millstone Trails VT.

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    This happened today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by formica View Post
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    Wow! That is super awesome!!

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    Whoa!! The ultimate adventure machine!! Can't wait to see pics from your future travels!
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    Took this from my GoPro footage, thought it was a neat picture. My wife on her Liv Hail

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    Nice camper #vanlife

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    Been riding a lot of DH this season, even enough to justify getting a new to me DH bike Working on dropping in. This is about 2.5 feet. Speed is the answer.


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    Quote Originally Posted by stripes View Post
    Been riding a lot of DH this season, even enough to justify getting a new to me DH bike Working on dropping in. This is about 2.5 feet. Speed is the answer.

    Nice! What did you end up getting?

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    Nice! What did you end up getting?
    2015 Scott Gambler 710. Medium. Was a minimally used demo bike at trestle. Came with a saint drivetrain, fox 40, and Zee brakes. Brakes are going on my husband's DH bike, and I put saints on mine (I like the tool less adjustments). Replaced the stem, handlebars, rear suspension spring so it's not too soft, and grips. Price included new rotors, tires (DHF 2.5 DH casing), new brake pads, and next years season pass.

    Basically this is a long low and fast bike. While I can ride my megatrail at trestle, the big bike is so much more confidence inspiring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stripes View Post
    2015 Scott Gambler 710. Medium. Was a minimally used demo bike at trestle. Came with a saint drivetrain, fox 40, and Zee brakes. Brakes are going on my husband's DH bike, and I put saints on mine (I like the tool less adjustments). Replaced the stem, handlebars, rear suspension spring so it's not too soft, and grips. Price included new rotors, tires (DHF 2.5 DH casing), new brake pads, and next years season pass.

    Basically this is a long low and fast bike. While I can ride my megatrail at trestle, the big bike is so much more confidence inspiring.
    That's awesome! We're driving down to Mammoth with some friends for Labor Day, so going to take a drops lesson there.

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    I tried dirt biking for the first time . I went with my hubby who dirt biked 30+ years ago. (He got bumped to the advanced group... he was smashing it)

    On the other hand, I had never driven a standard so the manual position for braking, gear sifting etc wasn't intuitive and quite different than mtb . But with the morning spent practicing, I got the hang of some important basics and by afternoon I was riding the double track. At one point we had to yield to an equestrian group, and one of the lady riders got trapped off trail in the weeds... but it was all good learning. No one got dropped

    I really enjoyed the technical riding , and I appreciated that my DH experience came in handy. Many of the beginner riders could not stand up in the pegs because they didn't have the strength or balance; nor ride soft sand, or pick lines to ride technical ie rooty or rutty sections. By the end of the day I felt confident for some (easy ) single track

    There were only 2 other women besides myself (all newbies)... mother and daughter. They did well and had fun. I felt that my mtb/dh skills really helped as well as strength training. This type of riding is very physical and requires a considerable amount of core, upper and lower body strength. I had a rad day.

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    Cyclelicious- that looks awesome! I've always wanted to try dirt biking. I have a motorcycle license and used to own a bike, but sold it because freeway riding made me nervous. So I haven't ridden a motorcycle in about 5 years. Was it an intro clinic where they provided everything? Would you do it again?

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    Thanks laine. Yes it was an intro clinic and everything was included. I brought my DH helmet , goggles and gloves but had to switch my helmet to their DOT approved one. They supplied all the gear (boots, pads, clothing) and bikes. We brought our own lunch

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    It was a well organized affair! They had half day or full day. We did the full day. At first, I practiced riding on a small dirt track, then on to a larger track etc
    I received as much supervision as I needed. The instructors were patient and made learning fun.
    I loved riding dirt! I'd definitely do it again and I am now contemplating getting my own bike. The one I rode was a 150cc Honda it was a good size for me.
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    Oh my gosh!!! That looks like so much fun - I've always wanted to try dirt biking!
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    I had the pre-op meeting with the surgeon yesterday. Surgery is Friday. He thinks he can use my existing knee scars so he doesn't have to make new ones.

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    Formica: good luck with surgery today.

    Cyclelicous: looks like fun

    Getting low when getting speed. This is steeper than it looks.

    Definitely been having some interesting times biking this year. In Colorado, my riding seasons have changed:
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    Good news from the surgeon: went really well. The MCL healed on its own which they didn't know until they got in there. My hamstring that they used was really strong (benefits of working out) so that's really good, too. No mcl repair means I can be weight bearing to tolerance right away, instead of locked straight. Still it may be 9 months + for 100%.

    DH is taking really good care of me.

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    Great news Formica, sending healing vibes for your recovery. Cycle;icious, thanks for the dirt bike clinic report,, great job!

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    Yayyyy cyclelicious, welcome to the dark side! I'm so stoked you tried dirt biking, we desperately need more women in the sport! (If anyone feels like MTB is a sausage party, just show up at a motocross track, you'll feel better immediately ) I've found dirt biking really helped my mountain biking as well--it is a great upper body workout, it gets you used to higher speeds, and dirt bikes are easier to jump than MTBs in my opinion so it helped me get used to air time as well.

    Wishing you a speedy recovery, formica!

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    It's been a while since I posted and it's been a busy summer. Ordered a bike the end of June and it finally arrived on Monday. Many thanks to Stripes for answering endless questions and providing tons of advice. Introducing Donatello! He's a Guerrilla Gravity Shred Dogg (I know it says MegaTrail on the pics, but it used to go by MegaTrail SS and I don't think they had purple decals for the new name). Can't WAIT to shred the trails this weekend!
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    Quote Originally Posted by petey15 View Post
    It's been a while since I posted and it's been a busy summer. Ordered a bike the end of June and it finally arrived on Monday. Many thanks to Stripes for answering endless questions and providing tons of advice. Introducing Donatello! He's a Guerrilla Gravity Shred Dogg (I know it says MegaTrail on the pics, but it used to go by MegaTrail SS and I don't think they had purple decals for the new name). Can't WAIT to shred the trails this weekend!
    Glad you finally got it, and happy to help. It's nice to have someone to compare notes with on the bike

    I can't wait to see riding pics.

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    I am almost 4 weeks out from ACL reconstruction surgery. I can finally ride my trainer, zero resistance, for 20 minutes a day. Woohoo!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by formica View Post
    I am almost 4 weeks out from ACL reconstruction surgery. I can finally ride my trainer, zero resistance, for 20 minutes a day. Woohoo!!
    Yay!! That's great news! Best wishes for continued healing
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    Thanks for the encouragement mtbxplorer & ryetoast.

    Lookin good stripes!

    Sweet bike Petey... keep us updated on your rides


    Great news formica... keep progressing!


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    Spend the long weekend (Canuck Thanksgiving) riding Vallee Bras du Nord trails in Quebec (a beautiful trail network between Montreal and Quebec City)


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    Great pictures, cyclelicious!! What a beautiful place to ride. Looks like you're enjoying your Balance!

    How do you like the G-form knee pads?

    I'm really lovin' my new Guerrilla Gravity Shred Dogg. I went with Stripes' advice in regards to sizing and gearing - and couldn't be happier. It really helps when you have a friend who is the same height and inseam to steer you in the right direction

    This weekend I worked on getting used to how it felt in the air (well, as much air as I tend to get). Holy cow - this bike is FAR more capable than I am (well, maybe I'm capable...I just need to believe it, lol). At one point I had a guy watching me who came over and asked if I needed a videographer and that (I) was impressive. I don't know about that, but made me feel like I was doing something right.

    Any concerns I had about climbing on this bike were completely erased. I scrambled up several loose and rooty climbs I normally struggle with and *almost* made another I NEVER make. I think I was so surprised I blew my concentration and ended up veering off my line. Climbing out of the saddle felt completely natural and balanced on this bike. I didn't feel like I had to really get over the front of the bike and my rear tire never slipped out (a frequent occurrence with my old bike).

    Needless to day, I'm still reveling in the "new bike stoke" The old bike, which did me well for 5 years has now gone to someone who's been wanting a FS bike for quite a while. Win - win!!
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    ^ Hi Petey

    I've had those G forms for a few years and only wore them once (it was for a winter ride and I wore them under my riding pants). I didn't wear them again until this trip which was like a test. I liked that they were low profile (not bulky like my TLD) They were very easy to pedal (hardly noticeable). We rode alot of technical sections as well as lot's of climbs, and some very fun descents. Fortunately I kept the rubberside down.

    I will continue to wear them especially since I'm riding more enduro style now. So I plan to continue wearing them when I normally wouldn't use the typical huge knee pads because the G forms are so unobtrusive I don't mind wearing them. They'll be good for winter riding as well.
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    A couple of weekends ago, I finally went to moab. What an amazing experience.

    Rode Navajo Rocks and the Klondike Bluffs Area. Hiked around a bit on the slickrock trail.


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    It was like this


    The volunteers repaired it like this.

    The shoreline trail at China camp state park. Totally worth the wait, thank you trail workers.


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    Somehow we went from summer, straight to winter in the northeast. We've had single-digit windchills the last couple of days and a dusting of snow on the ground. Still, I needed to get out, get some fresh air and enjoy the sunshine while it lasts.
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    Cleaning the kicker that was a mental thing for me for the past year. Itís about knee height (18Ē) and launches you upward so you get lined up for the wall ride immediately following the kicker.


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    First post . New rider, new bike. First ride on the new bike. Just went on some dirt trails in SoCal. I went from a 2003 Trek 4300 to a 2017 Diamondback Syncír Pro. Trail was pretty wide but all uphill!
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    Quote Originally Posted by aphoeniceus View Post
    First post . New rider, new bike. First ride on the new bike. Just went on some dirt trails in SoCal. I went from a 2003 Trek 4300 to a 2017 Diamondback Syncír Pro. Trail was pretty wide but all uphill!
    Welcome. Congrats on the new ride.

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    Found this classic after the gym this morning. Itís a Gary Fisher. Does anybody knows the year and model? Iím curious.


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