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    Lots to be thankful for...

    Just wanted to post up a few pics from the last few months--to remind myself of all that I have to be thankful for.

    Please post yours, too.

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    Always more to be thankful for...
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    Last few for tonight...
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    Great pics Mike!
    Me...I am thankful for many, many, many miles of lonely Iowa farm roads
    Sorry guys, no 29er content here, just love for the bike and many miles of open roads.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikesee
    Please post yours, too.
    Although my photo in no way compares in quality to mikesee's, this one was taken during one of my best cycling days during the past year...
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    Thanks for starting this thread Mike. Here are some of mine from the past year.
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    My ride this last weekend...
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    A few pix of what I am thankful for.



    Colorado high country and the means of transportation to get there



    My buddies Jamis and Kye That I get to babysit for once in awhile and then get to go home



    Rides with friends,



    And alone,

    A bike by any other name is still a bike.

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    Sorry, no pic, but still thankfull!

    You can "ditto" the pics from Kerkove for me, plus my many singletrack excursions along the rivers here. Thanks for the overwhelmingly beautiful scenery, Mike. This is a great sport to enjoy! Thank you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by KERKOVEJ
    Great pics Mike!
    Me...I am thankful for many, many, many miles of lonely Iowa farm roads
    Jeff, we must have been sharing a thought!





    Mikesee - those pictures make me hate where I live! You ruined thanksgiving!

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    cont.

    Old Friends and good food,



    Vague singletrack,



    My backyard playground, biking in the summer and XC skiing in the winter,



    Hartman's Rocks being close by,



    and all the wild animals,



    So much to be thankful for, thanks for the reminder Mike!

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    You guys out west have some of the best pics. I've got to get out there soon for some riding. Here's a couple from the south.

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    This is better than going to see an Ansel Adams exhibition. Great wilderness photos plus 29ers, bonus. Thanks for posting the awesome pics. Happy Thanksgiving.

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    Nice work guys!

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    Great pics! We definitely have alot to be thankful for. By no means am I a photographer but I definitely have quite a few pics that bring bag floods of memories and remind me of all that I have to be thankful for.....here's a few "themed" photos...

    1. Friends, Family, and those that fall in between.
    2. Living outside.
    3. Seeing new places and riding new trails. Traveling.
    4. Seeing an area for the umpteenth time....and still being wowed.
    5. Companionship.

    Keep em comin,

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    Was just out tinkering in the garage (and being thankful for the heater out there...) when I remembered a few more that needed to be posted here.

    In no particular order...
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    Bob, you're the only one I know of that can get away with posting a pic of poop.

    Here's to ya, and here's one just for ya..

    G'day.

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    I'll always be thankful for the time that I spent living in Forest Falls.....photo opportunities like this were a daily occurence.
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    Suitable for framing

    Already set in a place of honor, my two favorite hounds.



    And some more wild life,



    Oh yeah, and the love of my life



    Great pics from everywhere are a good thing to be happy about also.
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    Thankful...

    I'm thankful for this thread. I'm always glad to see more ride photos and less tech talk on this board. Here are some shots from this past summer. I'm thankful that I'm able to live a life with trails out my backdoor and time to go beyond my back door to explore Alaska.
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    few more

    The computer tells me that I need to have at least five characters in this message so I am writing these words.
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    I haven't seen anything close to the trails or landscapes you people have. Hardly been out of the country (or above seas level for that matter).

    Best me memories I have for this ride : the National SS Champs, first time on my Cube-to-SS conversion with Walt fork. First true 29"er I tried under 23lb, and immediately 18.6lb. a blast, and on the most fun singletrack to be found within 2 hours by car from here.
    Also this was the most fun pre and post-ride experience in a long time, good people, cool SS bikes, oh and excellent finish line beer.

    Most thankful I am for something new in my life that has much much less to do with bikes. Although she (her idea, I don't push at all) does want to try more serious riding with me. Perhaps if we survive this winter...which I sure hope we will. Maybe I'd save a 26"er for her. My old VooDoo's with a shorter stem or swept bar should fit her fine, she's a bit over 6 foot taal :-) Need to find a large 29"er frame somewhere though...
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    thankful indeed!

    I am thankful that we have MikeC for all that he does here and all that he gives to us. What adventures, and what beautiful documentation of those, that he shares with us. Thanks for the photos, and thanks for always helping us to remember why we love to ride.

    I am thankful for my bruthas! and all the many adventures that I get to share with them even though we live all over the country. And since we never have enough time actually together---I am thankful for xbox live.

    And I am thankful that the beautiful Mrs Shark is patient with my travels and riding and that she loves her 29er too.

    Have a great Thanksgiving all!

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    Nice Mike.

    Here's a little bit of WA, I rode this with a couple different groups this year, a very cool spot.


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    Too much to list.

    Friends and family count the most.Love each other.Thats all that really matters.
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    1 Chronicles 16:34 Give thanks to the Lord, for He is good; His love endures forever.
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    I almost forgot.

    Good trails,good bartenders and good bikes.
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    Great shots all around--I especially like the one of the mammatocumulus!

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    Thanks

    It's true, there's a lot to be thankful for. Here's some recent pics:

    1-Milagrosa
    2-Sombrero Butte (Soul Ride course is down there somewhere)
    3-Mt Lemmon
    4-Mt Elbert Summit
    5-Redington Rd.
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    1-Water in AZ
    2-Grand Canyon
    3-Schlimmer+Sand
    4-Lemmon Sky
    5-Paula running for the win this morning at the Turkey Trot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikesee
    Just wanted to post up a few pics from the last few months--to remind myself of all that I have to be thankful for.

    Please post yours, too.

    MC
    Phenomenal Photography, Mike!!

    I'm thankful I got to ride in some diverse areas during this past year. It involved boxing up the Sugar 293 and shipping it out to California, but the hassle and expense was worth it for me. I rode in some places I had never been on a bike before and have a few photos from some those new places including China Camp, Joaquin Miller Park (photo where the Rainbow Trout species was first identified), and a California vineyard that specializes in dessert wines. I also threw in some photos of my usual rides over the past year in Iowa as well as the Black Hills of South Dakota. And of course, one should always be thankful of getting to go on a ride with their partner in life.

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    A few more thankful shots...

    ....the rest.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cloxxki
    I haven't seen anything close to the trails or landscapes you people have. Hardly been out of the country (or above seas level for that matter).
    You owe it to yourself to hop on the train and head down for a solid week to the Alps next summer. Switzerland or Austria ought to do it for you. Or even France.

    You can stay in the Alpine inns in the summer for very reasonable rates. Plenty of Schnitzel to fuel your daily rides. The scenery, the trails, the mountain air and the gem├╝tlichkeit will change your life forever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krein
    5-Redington Rd.
    Man, saguaros make for some of the coolest American scenery. Thanks for the shot. It makes me recall my trip to Flag last year.

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    nice pics!

    Some great pics here....good job everyone!
    I'm thankful for Park City singletrack....check it out.
    Oh, and my new Behemoth...
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    Quote Originally Posted by BruceBrown
    You owe it to yourself to hop on the train and head down for a solid week to the Alps next summer. Switzerland or Austria ought to do it for you. Or even France.
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    Thanks for rubbing that in bro :-)
    Yeah that's definately on the calendar when funds permit. A buddy of mine is telling me we're going. He's a Swiss fan, and I love to go there. Austria can't be too bad either.
    I need 5 hours of climbing every day for at least a week on end and things will be better. Damn mountains are a day's travel away, so I don't have more than a couple weeks expereince on them.

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    Agreed, lots to be thankful for...
    mward inspired some fashion shots on today's ride...

    It was the annual ride up Saddleback Peak (5,675') that occurs almost every Thanksgiving. That altitude is gained over the course of 12 miles. It's a pretty steep affair.

    Winter has set in solidly here in SoCal...temps were a frigid 55degrees at the start but with all our layers we were able to survive as things warmed up to 70 degrees.

    I snapped some photos along the way...
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    Had a few key friends along too....

    My assistant has been riding about 2 months...he made the trek on Madre's Rig! It took him a while but he did it! Hasn't gotten a hold of the clips entirely yet though.

    Oh yes, and Madre and I posed for the obligatory couple shot.
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    mike see... you are unbelievably lucky to have such gorgeous, well-marked trails. Where is that? Some almost look remniscent of Moab. Im going to Moab next summer hopefully, ill snap pictures.

    As for now, would anyone mind if I posted pictures of my trails? I dont have a 29 incher, I just want to make sure nobody will get frustrated. Im looking into getting a a 29 though, seems more enjoyable on the trails.
    One of my friends recently died of a coke overdose and it really got me thinking, "damn, maybe I should start drinking pepsi"

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    Mountainbike Riders..

    Thankful..yes, for the great pictures here, and the passion that runs through us all.

    As mountain bike riders...

    We see things that a lot of other people never see.

    We hear things others never get to hear.

    We feel things others do not ever feel.

    We touch things others never touch.

    We know things others never know.

    We embrace things others never hold.

    We desire things others never value.

    And we are thankful for what we have been given.


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    Most thankful I am for something new in my life that has much much less to do with bikes. Although she (her idea, I don't push at all) does want to try more serious riding with me. Perhaps if we survive this winter...which I sure hope we will. Maybe I'd save a 26"er for her. My old VooDoo's with a shorter stem or swept bar should fit her fine, she's a bit over 6 foot taal :-) Need to find a large 29"er frame somewhere though...[/QUOTE]


    Clox,

    Nice to hear you're in love. I'd say by the look on her face, the feelings are mutual. I'm happy for you! She's a beauty!

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    Thanks K. That was on the first proper date, less than 2 hours into it. I had owned my first digi for maybe 4 hours by then. On that ancient fortress in the middle of Leiden, gorgeaous date, I had to capture the moment.
    30┬║ to the left, 10s earlier, you got this view, it just was a special moment.

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    Thank God we can ride!

    When through the woods, and forest glades I pedal,
    And hear the birds sing sweetly in the trees.
    When I look down, from lofty mountain grandeur
    And see the brook, and feel the gentle breeze.


    Then sings my soul, My Saviour God, to Thee,
    How great Thou art, How great Thou art.


    Just a verse from my favorite old hymn....with a minor change I got to sing it a couple weeks ago with about 200 guys up in Forest Falls, CA.....pretty cool.

    I'm thankful to God....for creating us, and giving us a really cool planet to live on.
    Also for giving some humans the brains to invent and improve bicycles so we can enjoy it even more. For those of you who are not creationists, take a look at some of those pictures again..........yeah, like this place that just happened by coincidence. Of course I could be wrong but, I like to think there is a grand plan and design and we are part of it.
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    shout out from asia

    hi everyone, thanks for sharing your gorgeous pictures. very inspiring! makes me want to come out there and go biking! anyway, thought i'd share some of singapore and malaysia as well. enjoy!

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    Welcome to the forums ickleoriental! Way to make a first post. Lovely pictures from Malaysia! All that green reminds me of some pics a local guy here once showed me, from 15 years ago when he became the first Malaysian MTB champ.
    Are you riding a 29" bike, or looking to get one?

    Happy trails,

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    My best bike-related memories are touring Corsica with my family, riding the Transardennes and riding the National Park Bike marathon in Switzerland.
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    hiya! ok i feel like a bit of an idiot now. my husband was the one who sent me this link and i got so excited that i decided to post some pictures to share what i had too! i only realised it was a 29er thread after i'd done so.

    oopsie.

    not the brightest sounding ambassador from asia huh.

    cheers for the welcome!

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    Send us more pics of riding people smiling to make up for it :-)

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    Here are some silly ones I took when I was out riding on my own once:

























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    ps: my husband's about to get an On-One 29er

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    Good job! Ditto

    Couldn't have put it better then you MattMan!

    Thanks!


    Quote Originally Posted by Mattman
    When through the woods, and forest glades I pedal,
    And hear the birds sing sweetly in the trees.
    When I look down, from lofty mountain grandeur
    And see the brook, and feel the gentle breeze.


    Then sings my soul, My Saviour God, to Thee,
    How great Thou art, How great Thou art.


    Just a verse from my favorite old hymn....with a minor change I got to sing it a couple weeks ago with about 200 guys up in Forest Falls, CA.....pretty cool.

    I'm thankful to God....for creating us, and giving us a really cool planet to live on.
    Also for giving some humans the brains to invent and improve bicycles so we can enjoy it even more. For those of you who are not creationists, take a look at some of those pictures again..........yeah, like this place that just happened by coincidence. Of course I could be wrong but, I like to think there is a grand plan and design and we are part of it.
    Read my BLOG!

    just a guy who loves bikes and exploring

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    Great post! Epic pics from all over the world. Some of us are truly blessed. I feel very fortunate to live where I do. I have riding (dirt and road) right out my door and awesome dirt trails 30 minutes away. Lake Tahoe is only 1 hour away with tons of trails. The icing on the cake is the Ventana factory is 20 minutes from my shop.

    Here's where my ashes will be spread.
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    A few more.

    Sorry about the 26" wheeled bikes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AteMrYeats
    Man, saguaros make for some of the coolest American scenery. Thanks for the shot. It makes me recall my trip to Flag last year.
    Your shot of the street lamp & snow is my favorite of the bunch. There's something terrifying about it. I guess that's why I live in a place like this:

    (another saguaro shot for ya, this one from turkey day 05, on the John Krein [hmm] trail)
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    OK, I'm a couple days late but I'm thankful for all you folks who carry your camera's along on bike rides. I'm also thankful for my family, friends, health and the wonderful invention we call the bicycle.

    Thank you all for sharing.

    Cheers!
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    The Dog of the High Sierras

    Thanks to a friend who is always happy to see you.
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    And more

    Good trails, good friends, wow:
    Scott, this is from the Mt. Graham ride last month, down the Ash creek trail and back up the pavement to hospital flats.
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    Thankful for a job that allows me to be places like this, when I can't ride... which has been a lot lately
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    Quote Originally Posted by kinkcrazy
    Good trails, good friends, wow:
    Scott, this is from the Mt. Graham ride last month, down the Ash creek trail and back up the pavement to hospital flats.
    Very nice pics, uhh, Matt G (?) I'm guessing since you aren't Todd or Matt N.

    Anytime you drop off Mt. Graham the word epic comes into play. Wish I could have been there, especially now I see the fall colors.

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    Oh no a terrierist!

    Airdales have so much life in them. I lost my big boy Maxx 2 years ago this month. I miss him so much. Maybe it's time for a Airdale puppy.

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    X-Post...

    Weather here in Arizona was perfect, took out my old bike and - guess what? Im motivated now to get a SS and/or 29"!


    (order is going from last to first)


    The creek! This shot was interesting, there was a resorvoir higher than the creek... its sideways so turn your heads.


    Im not used to seeing water on the trail... second time ive been to this creek, was a blast.


    Looking behind me, that part is fast


    Looking down on the trails... DC to the far right if you can see it. dont know what trail I was on. Heli pad was to the left of me if when taking this picture.


    Another looking at the trails. Bottom left, trail I took to get there. Top right(ish) is DC again..


    Just the beatiful AZ mountain/sunset scenery...


    And another


    And my new/real bike... the NRS3 looking out on DC followed by one of my favorite DC parts




    (sorry for the bike in the picture , its not a 29")
    One of my friends recently died of a coke overdose and it really got me thinking, "damn, maybe I should start drinking pepsi"

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    couple nice east coast fall pics. (wissahickon and blemont plateau in philly)





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    All in one shot

    'nough said.


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