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    Maine style downhill run pics from today

    Went out today with an old friend and did some downhill runs at the local mountain. About 65 with a nice breeze, clear skys, what more can you ask for (besides a chairlift LOL) 8-) The new TLD lid is sick, fits awesome, i like the rubber piece under the chin area, its something none of my previous helmets had. Nice touch. What do ya'll think?

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    awesome pics, is your new lid the red/white flame one? caus thats sick
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    sick!

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    sweetness...
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    nice stuff mate...
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    Nice.

    I've always wanted to get up that way..........looks schweet.
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    The Gemini Dh is a sick bike for those runs isn't it ???
    I have one of my own and will do the Megavalanche in France next week. It's kind of downhill-marathon over 18 Miles.....
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    awesome pics man, i just came back from maine from vaca. i was at long lake ( connects to brandy pond then to sebago) where were your pics shot?

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    Quote Originally Posted by themarsvolta55
    awesome pics man, i just came back from maine from vaca. i was at long lake ( connects to brandy pond then to sebago) where were your pics shot?

    Long lake is pretty far from where the shots were taken. You must have been campin out there cuz its in the middle of no where LOL. Actually, i think about 75% of this state is classified as "middle of no where"

    Thanks for the comments. There isnt really anything too technical at that mountain, its mostly just fast as hell. Great training for racing, and great exercize considering your pushing to the top 5 times

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    NIce shots off the granite rock. Aggie?

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    Quote Originally Posted by trainnvain
    NIce shots off the granite rock. Aggie?

    Not aggie. This place is way out near winterport area.

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    Winterport, that's a haul. I'm hitting up ANP next month, I'll have to snoop around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trainnvain
    Winterport, that's a haul. I'm hitting up ANP next month, I'll have to snoop around.
    If ellsworth is closer i know of some even better stuff out there which ANP will never compare to.

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    I might just have to pick yer brain on that stuff before I go. The Arcadia trip is just a chill with the GF deal (just finished moving, we're cooked), but I do want a day to just ride something for myself too.

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    I'm going up to maine this summer (like always) near Sanford, Mousam Lake to be exact. If anybody knows where that is, do you know how far away any decent trails are to that area?

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    nice pics...love all the flora
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