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    The season is almost over here...

    Too bad, I was starting to get them flatter. This is a 1 foot high natural jump, hence all the dirt you see, and that's why I don't look very high. The pic is about a month old.
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    pfft it's never over unless it is just way to hard to ride out. yeah i'm tryin to work on getting flat. it sames easier on my sx trail than with my hardrock, still begging though.

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    hey freerider you should come riding with us again. i think we are going to this place called ox sometime next week. i cracked my demo but they are overnighting a new frame to me so I shoul dhave it built up by next week. oh yea an di can drive now too so if you need a ride...

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    o yea i used to be pntballpunk51 so yea thats why you don't recognize this name

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    Quote Originally Posted by metalMTB
    hey freerider you should come riding with us again. i think we are going to this place called ox sometime next week. i cracked my demo but they are overnighting a new frame to me so I shoul dhave it built up by next week. oh yea an di can drive now too so if you need a ride...
    i don't think we have ever ridden before, and btw i like in North andover mass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snaky69
    Too bad, I was starting to get them flatter. This is a 1 foot high natural jump, hence all the dirt you see, and that's why I don't look very high. The pic is about a month old.

    No its not, I get to ride year round here HAHA Plus I got my ski-biking in the winter.

    Nice pic though keep it up
    "If you don't go [skibiking] this year, you'll be at least one year older when you do." ~ Warren Miller
    (Check out the 'IMPACT' video for some skibike footage)

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    our season year round here

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    us here in CT, as long as the ground is dry we still ride!
    ( a bit nippy but still worth it!!)
    -Rob

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    Quote Originally Posted by snaky69
    Too bad, I was starting to get them flatter. This is a 1 foot high natural jump, hence all the dirt you see, and that's why I don't look very high. The pic is about a month old.

    Man....that is a nice helmet, what kind is it? Skull? Should protect you nicely.
    Be careful.

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    actually they call those helmets the "gnarcore hairstyles that are good for gnarling." They seem to get the job done here and there.
    im all about midget drops

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    My helmet was broken back when that pic was taken, I have a new one now.

    Over here in quebec the season is pretty much over, maybe 2 weeks left in it before snow takes over.

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