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    Boxing Day Ride

    Conditions for the Boxing Day ride in Palgrave was perfect. There were 10 riders in our group

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    You guys are lucky!
    I think I'll be digging out the snowshoes soon

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    Quote Originally Posted by Near north View Post
    You guys are lucky!
    I think I'll be digging out the snowshoes soon
    We had a super fun ride. A few hours later, the snow started. (and looks like there's more snow on the way)
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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclelicious View Post
    We had a super fun ride. A few hours later, the snow started. (and looks like there's more snow on the way)
    It's amazing, just 45 minutes north and we had close to a foot of snow on our boxing day ride. I can only imagine how deep it is in the trails after the dumping we had last night.

    We invited P on the fattie to join us in the great north but he mentioned a group of you in Palgrave were heading out. Now I know who he was out with

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    Quote Originally Posted by Merdoff View Post
    We invited P on the fattie to join us in the great north but he mentioned a group of you in Palgrave were heading out. Now I know who he was out with
    P enjoyed his fattie ride in Palgrave, He reported it was fairly effortless uphill and fun on descents. None of us needed studed tires (yet)

    There will be a new member to the fat tire club. R found a new Zero frame under the Christmas tree (a gift from his lady)

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    [QUOTE=cyclelicious;10014402]P enjoyed his fattie ride in Palgrave, He reported it was fairly effortless uphill and fun on descents. None of us needed studed tires (yet)

    There will be a new member to the fat tire club. R found a new Zero frame under the Christmas tree (a gift from his lady)



    I saw the frame at the shop. He's a lucky guy that's a generous gift. I'm looking forward to see how he builds it.

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