Mont St Anne...where they speak french 1000m from France: The lads in action.- Mtbr.com
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    I would expect them to speak French only 1000 meters away from it

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    Ha ha ha....meh, in dreams and wishes maybe. Young rachel has some slick moves though...and a 'fick' accent.

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    Man, I'm afraid to go over wet roots, let alone a course that's underwater like that.

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    Yeah it was more than out of the norm for racing...and I cant say that I have ridden anything as BAD as that but close enough to realize its brown pants time. Nothing worse than slippery roots and gunk chunking everywhere though. I almost face planted over roots on the B course at Fujimi last year and barely rode it out. Changed from the Kenda to the excavator with a few trimmed nobs here and there and it was a marched improvement though.

    Some of the track is seriously hairy though and even some of the best go head over the bars 2 by 2...makes one feel better, he he he.

    But talk about schizophrenic weather though...

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    That just made me realize what a fair weather rider I have become.
    To quote Sam Hill on why he doesn't like to ride when it's wet....'Your bike gets muddy."

    Nice vid.
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    just insane....course has to be tough because some of the pictures look like they are going slow....and then they crash
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    We speak french at Bromont too.
    The course was scary in places, but nice to see the WC road show back after 10 years away.

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