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    This place needs an enema
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    Fun with boulders

    Sorry about the shaky camera near the end--I had to move once I realized I was in his line and he wasn't stopping...
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    is buachail foighneach me
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    that looks fun.

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    Cool, a trail designed for 29"ers.
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    Nice, Mike. We have to make due with logs around here.
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    err, 27.5+
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    Cool clip
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    that's the stupidest idea this side of pinkbike.

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    welcome home mike

    is it nice to have the warm sun on your face? or a least a bike that weighs less than your average super modle to ride. glad you made it home safe!
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    Those look like the Bookcliffs, no? If so, I was there Wednesday and Thursday! Proceeded to trash my entire drivetrain Thursday on the rocky descent from Mary's loop to Horsethief and then cracked my frame Saturday in Moab on Porcupine Rim. Fun trip, despite the horrific mechanicals!
    -jon

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    Quote Originally Posted by jlang002
    Those look like the Bookcliffs, no? If so, I was there Wednesday and Thursday! Proceeded to trash my entire drivetrain Thursday on the rocky descent from Mary's loop to Horsethief and then cracked my frame Saturday in Moab on Porcupine Rim. Fun trip, despite the horrific mechanicals!
    -jon
    Which frame? Do we need to start another thread?
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    there are a couple of clips of me in allison's video from today at noble. i am really loving the 'Box!

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