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    new to alaska - just saying hi

    hi all. i just moved up to alaska from colorado. looking forward to new trails and new people. just thought i'd say hello. i'm sure i'll meet some of you once the trails dry up. later.

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    welcome

    welcome to Alaska! feel free to send email if you have any questions about lbs's, trails to ride, ect




    Quote Originally Posted by nomad
    hi all. i just moved up to alaska from colorado. looking forward to new trails and new people. just thought i'd say hello. i'm sure i'll meet some of you once the trails dry up. later.

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    Where are you at?

    Quote Originally Posted by nomad
    hi all. i just moved up to alaska from colorado. looking forward to new trails and new people. just thought i'd say hello. i'm sure i'll meet some of you once the trails dry up. later.
    Big ass state. I am in Anchorage, at The Bicycle Shop, 1035 w. Northern Lights Blvd. Stop in.

    Welcome to Alaska!

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    Good job! Welcome!

    Quote Originally Posted by nomad
    hi all. i just moved up to alaska from colorado. looking forward to new trails and new people. just thought i'd say hello. i'm sure i'll meet some of you once the trails dry up. later.
    Are you in Anchorage? If so, I'm sure we will see you on the trails.
    Dave

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    i'm actually staying with a friend up in palmer. thanks for the bike shop tip. i go to anchorage fairly often, so i'll stop by next time i'm in the area.

    rick

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    IMBA trail crew.

    Quote Originally Posted by nomad
    i'm actually staying with a friend up in palmer. thanks for the bike shop tip. i go to anchorage fairly often, so i'll stop by next time i'm in the area.

    rick
    The trail crew will be up there (Palmer/Wasilla) this summer. Lets get together for a few rides.

    Damion

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    Quote Originally Posted by nomad
    hi all. i just moved up to alaska from colorado. looking forward to new trails and new people. just thought i'd say hello. i'm sure i'll meet some of you once the trails dry up. later.
    Hi back, welcome. If you need repair work or something of that nature try The Bike Exchange, Paul can be a touch anti-social so bring beer, it can't hurt. BTW I should intorduce myself as well. I'm a bike messenger one of the few in Anch. Heck, I think I'm the only one working year-round right now.

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