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    DHF email? Anyone have it?

    .downhillfaster has moved away from mtbr to pursue more riding, and less internet time. He sent me a pm yesterday with his gmail address so that I could in turn send him my contact info for ride hook-ups. Since his account is deleted........so to have all my pm's from him.

    Anyone have his contact info? If so please pm me with it.

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    check your pm's homeskillet

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    Quote Originally Posted by eatdrinkride
    .downhillfaster has moved away from mtbr to pursue more riding, and less internet time.
    Admirable move. I think I need to do that too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eyescream
    check your pm's homeskillet
    Done, lol. Thanks. When you see him tell him I said Pass Mtn is waiting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by azepicriderandrunner
    Admirable move. I think I need to do that too.
    Ya, I too get sucked up into mtbr too much. I have nearly 4,000 posts I think. WTF? What could I possibly have to say that is so important? I've considered deleting my account but mtbr really does serve a very nice purpose. Ride hook-ups, trail info, bike info, parts hook-ups.........I just can't let it go yet, lol.

    - I wonder why it says I have 65,553 'unread' private messages........hmmm. I must have a lot of friends.

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    Quote Originally Posted by azepicriderandrunner
    Admirable move. I think I need to do that too.

    yeah like you need to ride more. geez I hate reading about where you are every dang day as I sit and push a mouse around and make the world a more architecturally full place.

    just kidding, well not totally but keep at it, I live vicariously through you. See you at the 24hr ITOP. Looking forward to the naked lap. Ok I am kidding about that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rockcrusher
    yeah like you need to ride more. geez I hate reading about where you are every dang day as I sit and push a mouse around and make the world a more architecturally full place.

    just kidding, well not totally but keep at it, I live vicariously through you. See you at the 24hr ITOP. Looking forward to the naked lap. Ok I am kidding about that.
    But imagine how much more we could be riding if we were not on MTBR so much, although I guess most of us just use work time to peruse MTBR. Anyway, my point is that we could all take a break from the PC/internet/blogging world and just ride and even occassionally ride alone. Solitude is revitalizing sometimes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by azepicriderandrunner
    But imagine how much more we could be riding if we were not on MTBR so much, although I guess most of us just use work time to peruse MTBR. Anyway, my point is that we could all take a break from the PC/internet/blogging world and just ride and even occassionally ride alone. Solitude is revitalizing sometimes.
    yeah I wish too much time on MTBR was my problem. Too much time at work is my problem. Solo riding, not so much, I get plenty and really enjoy it and always recommend it. Work on the other hand sometimes is a means to an end.
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