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    anyone else getting excited about elk season?

    oct 10th opening day for rifle elk and deer. anyone else getting ready?
    I will be doing my bike pack trip for elk this year. Those bob trailers work awesome for packing meat.

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    The wolves are excited.
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    Not really, one more thing to worry about. A bunch of guys out in the woods with guns. Time to wear blaze orange while I ride so some Elmer Fudd won't blast me.
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    I have a buddy who finally poked a nice 6x6 during this years bow season..... they're out there...wolves and all.

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    Elk hunts with a Bob trailer. BANK! That is so freakin cool!

    For me, light up the great prince of the forest? I don't think so. I'd rather chew tinfoil while combing my hair with a cheese grater. Wolves are the future, dads.

    I saw about 200 of those little wapiti bishes last February on a ride in the Boise footsies. I put the sneak on em and got close enough to feel the ground move as then pranced on by. It was one of those Homer Simpson "This is so cool, I'm an American Legend" moments. Swole.

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    Elk schmelk. Isn't it 'cross season?

    I'm loading up the 30-30 and heading to Eagle Island to hunt me some hipsters in spandex riding circles in the mud on glorified road bikes. Fry 'em up real good and they's sum good eatin. Lean meat also makes for good jerky.

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    Bird Season for me, looks like it is finally cooling off enough to really get out on some good hunts. Pheasant opens next week!
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    I think TC's picture is photoshopped. They're all the same one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayndar
    I think TC's picture is photoshopped. They're all the same one.
    Possibly, however, I have seen a herd of elk as far down as the rock cairn on corrals one January day. It was a sight to behold. Personally, I wouldn't be able to shoot one of them unless Winco and Albertsons closed down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayndar
    I think TC's picture is photoshopped. They're all the same one.
    Um. No. Neither is this one.
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    Lieutenant Uhuru . . .

    please report immediately to Captain Kirk.

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    Captain, I'm given her all I got........
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    You guys are sickos. Some real perverts. Genuine mess-ups. Freud would retire on the royalties from his case studies of you guys. You'd be on display at he next psychiatry convention.

    Captain Kirk is a great man, a truely exceptional human being. And there you go, tarnishing his legacy like he's some kind of Internet potsticker. You guys aren't fit to be poodles.

    Chuck Norris isn't qualified to carry Captain Kirk's rotting laundry. Captain Kirk busts out truckloads of swole.
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    It appears that Captain Kirk is very excited about elk season.

    Very, very excited.

    He has quite an array of weaponry to choose from. Those pesky elk have no chance. Like the tribbles.

    No chance whatsoever.

    I bet when he hunts elk with Bones, you hear a lot of "He's dead, Jim."

    Elk hunting is just a small part - but an important part - of what makes James T. Kirk awesome.

    (The enormous pants yabbies is the big part of why he's awesome.)
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    Elk hunting to Capt. Kirk holding a giant penis in 10 posts...whoa.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tim208
    oct 10th opening day for rifle elk and deer. anyone else getting ready?
    I will be doing my bike pack trip for elk this year. Those bob trailers work awesome for packing meat.

    tim

    I guess I'll PM you when I need my quarters carried out then.

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    You guy's think there'd be a (small) market for a more hunting specific bike trailer?

    I've done the bike hunt/BoB thing for 10 years or so now, and have some frame building/fab experience, so bike trailers are of interest to me.

    BoB's are cool, but they could be better. Off the top of my head, something roughly the same weight that could haul more, and would be more stable when loaded.. so likely two wheels. I've got two 24" through axle wheels built so far. BoB's really come into their own on twisty singletrack and with speeds a bit higher to keep everything stable. Standing and pedaling is easier.. something I really appreciate on the gradual 3 mile climb to my hunting area.. BoB's are wonky when loaded and trying to get some crotch relief via standing on a climb. Grinding along with a ton of weight, typically on a dirt road or wider trail ala hunting is easier done with a two wheeler, and walking/pushing the bike when really loaded is also easier with a two wheel trailer... the wheels would be as narrowly spaced as possible, maybe there would even be a way to run a single wheel if desired.

    What do you guys think?

    My suspicion is, not many guys hunt ala bike anyways. Those that do will make do with a BoB or their old kid trailer. The rest will make their own, or see a good design, and copy it.

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    I'm so excited

    I'm growing a world record Cap'n Kirk in my bike shorts right now!
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    The only trailer i have expierence with is the bob. They do work well, but it would be nice to be able to find a way to stand them up for loading and unloading. I don't know if a kickstand could be attatched or not. 2 wheels might be an option but i don't know if the trailer would track as good with 2 wheels. One of the biggest isssues i have came accross is the breaks on the bike. Disc's work way better than cantilevers, especiall with a very loaded bob. The bob will hold lots of weight but the brakes are the limiting factor. I almost blew a curve pulling out both fronts shoulders before. Hopefully you get your elk.

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    It appears that the pointy-haired boss got in on some sweet elk-killing action this weekend.

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    I've hauled an elk with my Big Dummy before. It took two trips. If it had been boned out, one trip may have been possible.

    This year is not a macho year, and one deer will do. A Big Dummy can haul a complete deer like it's nuthin. Of course I'll have an elk tag on me, just in case.

    Captain Kirk. What a guy! He has the power to be beamed into the middle of a herd.
    I don't know what trail we're on, but at least it's getting dark

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    I am grateful to say another succesful mtn bike elk trip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tim208
    I am grateful to say another succesful mtn bike elk trip.
    C'mon now, lets hear the story. Can't tease us like that.

    Got a week and some change b/f rifle opens up here.

    Congrats,

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    Quote Originally Posted by tim208
    I am grateful to say another succesful mtn bike elk trip.
    Uh yeah, give us the details. Should I get the Bob ready!?!

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    I'm not from Boise, but I was surprised to see people hunting at Bogus Basin. I mean with all that wilderness behind the foothills, why go to the local ski resort that is filled with multi-use trails for hikers, bikers, moto's, and trucks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by boostin
    I'm not from Boise, but I was surprised to see people hunting at Bogus Basin. I mean with all that wilderness behind the foothills, why go to the local ski resort that is filled with multi-use trails for hikers, bikers, moto's, and trucks?
    They're all from Canyon County. They all drive those big trucks cos they got to carry around those extra chromosomes. They all voted for George Bush in the last election, think the Tea Bag Party is their next cash cow, and they think Bogus Basin is wilderness because it has trees.

    It's an artifact of Idaho public education.
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    Yesterday, rode from from Boise to Garden Valley (social aTV trail riding). From Bogus to Garden Valley, I encountered about a dozen ATVs, 24 high powered rifles, and 3 field dressed deer. No elk. Most of those guys aren't very friendly. I don't think foothills trail etiquette plays well out there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TwistedCrank
    They're all from Canyon County. They all drive those big trucks cos they got to carry around those extra chromosomes. They all voted for George Bush in the last election, think the Tea Bag Party is their next cash cow, and they think Bogus Basin is wilderness because it has trees.

    It's an artifact of Idaho public education.
    ansd they like to shoot each other, hence one hunter plugs another hunter last friday in eastern Idehoe and's about to dress him out until his partner says "hold up there Bob, not sure what that is but that ain't no deer." yeah, hunting used to be fun until they started shooting each other.....anyone know where I can get some elk deeks? not the brown and white ones but the real life looking ones? all this talk is making my finger twitch and giving me a terrible itch to go for a drive and blow something away.
    and drink some miller. or maybe drink some miller first. it's been so long I can't remember when you squeeze the miller. in the bottle, just incase you forget yer knife and need to mcgyver the innards out of your kill with a chunk of sharp glass.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected]
    Yesterday, rode from from Boise to Garden Valley (social aTV trail riding). From Bogus to Garden Valley, I encountered about a dozen ATVs, 24 high powered rifles, and 3 field dressed deer. No elk. Most of those guys aren't very friendly. I don't think foothills trail etiquette plays well out there.

    Them good ole boys must of known you harbor devient tendencies,(you ride a non-motorized bike). I was up on the ridge road a while back and one hunter just stared at me after I said howdy. I was a little nervous that he was wondering if he had a tag for mountain bikers in his back pocket.
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    Gee, nothing like a little stereotyping. I do my pre- season scouting for elk from a Remedy 9.8. I see cool places that I normally wouldn't ride. I try my best to be friendly, no matter whether I am hunting or riding.
    Please don't lump all hunters into the redneck/assho** category.

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    I will never be able to explain the 4 loads of elk meat in my backpack up to the gated road and the 2 trips out with the bob loaded with half an elk in each load down the mtn road. Laughing and smiling as i am almost out of control. but who cares. I got my winter supply of excellent organic meat. I get home and the wife is happy for the meat. She insist's on it. but now she wants wall decor. Time to head back out and look for that mature branch antlerled bull elk.

    For the other bike or backpack hunters out there. Check out kifaru. they make excellent tipis style tents with collapisble wood stoves. My tipi and stove weighs about 10lbs and fits 2 comfortably. Excellent base camp for the solo hunter. The wood heat was nice this morning when it was close to 25 degrees out at 4:30 am . got to be on stand before light.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tim208
    I will never be able to explain the 4 loads of elk meat in my backpack up to the gated road and the 2 trips out with the bob loaded with half an elk in each load down the mtn road. Laughing and smiling as i am almost out of control. but who cares. I got my winter supply of excellent organic meat. I get home and the wife is happy for the meat. She insist's on it. but now she wants wall decor. Time to head back out and look for that mature branch antlerled bull elk.

    For the other bike or backpack hunters out there. Check out kifaru. they make excellent tipis style tents with collapisble wood stoves. My tipi and stove weighs about 10lbs and fits 2 comfortably. Excellent base camp for the solo hunter. The wood heat was nice this morning when it was close to 25 degrees out at 4:30 am . got to be on stand before light.

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    That is so friggin cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtnbkrid
    Them good ole boys must of known you harbor devient tendencies,(you ride a non-motorized bike). I was up on the ridge road a while back and one hunter just stared at me after I said howdy. I was a little nervous that he was wondering if he had a tag for mountain bikers in his back pocket.
    Yeah, the younger guys weren't amused. Most of the older hunters, and everyone in Placerville, were very nice to us.

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    I'm still at a loss as to why we're even discussing hunting on this board. This board is supposed to be reserved for comments about mountain biking, spackle, the 2C, and salad.

    Hunting is the new spackle.
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    Some people do use mtn bikes for transportation while hunting. I am not the only one. MAybe some of us might like to discuss what works and doesn't. That is the general reason for these types of forums. If you don't approve, don't post. But thanks for keeping the thread at the top. I do appreciate it.

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    To be honest, I had no idea that there was a link between mountain biking and large game hunting. Disturbing, but interesting.

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    Don't let your meat loaf.


    Put it on your Bob. Let your meat Bob. Blood and all. You can't make this shiz up, bishes. It's all there, plain as day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by boostin
    I'm not from Boise, but I was surprised to see people hunting at Bogus Basin. I mean with all that wilderness behind the foothills, why go to the local ski resort that is filled with multi-use trails for hikers, bikers, moto's, and trucks?
    I use the area for both hunting and biking, and my best guess: lots of roads available, and lots of folks either can't or don't want to get out and walk. Constant engine noise on opening day. It's also a fast place to get to if you have to work the same day, or whatnot.

    Please wear red or orange up there right now. There is a near endless supply of folks using their rifles as binoculars, most with hot chambers. If you meet an annoying guy that pulls over or walks up to you and reminds you it's hunting season, I'm not trying to discourage trail use (quite the opposite), but damn it all when someone is biking up there in solid brown with a black bike. That's just crazy. And if I was watching you in my binos, then it's guaranteed you had more than a few crosshairs on you that day.

    Yes, I actually saw that on opening weekend. Brown clothes, black bike. And the biker was not at all friendly when I tried to talk to him about it. Maybe I'm just not all that likable, but after having had a dozen friendly and fun conversations with great mountain bikers and dirt bikers that day, I'm guessing there are just pricks in every sport.

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    I'm pretty sure the Buffalo Soldiers hunted deer while on their expeditions. 1890's Montana precedent.

    Tim 208, I'm with you. Don't pay attention to those droids that post snide remarks. They are not the droids you are looking for.

    Alot of us out here (Bozone) hunt from bikes. I use a Big Dummy. Appropriate name, eh?
    I don't know what trail we're on, but at least it's getting dark

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    Quote Originally Posted by GregB406
    Don't pay attention to those droids that post snide remarks. They are not the droids you are looking for.
    Mmm. Droids.
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    Snide? Pff. This is Pulitzer material.
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    heading back out looking for the big one.
    I will make sure and post some pics just for earth pig and twistedcrank.

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    what's so great about a dead animal?

    why not post some pics of the animal you plan to shoot before you shoot it, in its natural setting, so that we can all marvel at the majestic nature of the beast. we already know you take nice photos. your pictures of the aftermath reduce the animal to nothing more than a lifeless heap of flesh and bones thats been had by the hand of man. shot by a high powered rifle or hit by a car, nothing majestic about it. we applaud you for your prowess at stalking and filling your tag, but please, think twice about posting your trophy pics on this biking forum. we don't want to have to salute you for doing what you obviously take pleasure in...
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    Quote Originally Posted by mudflap
    why not post some pics of the animal you plan to shoot before you shoot it, in its natural setting, so that we can all marvel at the majestic nature of the beast. we already know you take nice photos. your pictures of the aftermath reduce the animal to nothing more than a lifeless heap of ...:
    If I felt more motivated right now I would search up some pictures of cows grazing peacefully in some bucolic meadow. Then some pictures of how they look in feed lots or at the meat packing plant. I'd say any photos posted by our MTB-hunting pals would depict a much more honorable death/circle of life than the photos you would see of the industrial beef or poultry industry.

    In other words, if you're not a vegan or unless you farm your own meat - you may have a very dillusional perspective of where your food comes from. And as a biker, you should appreciate the nutritional value of lean red meat.

    See, I don't believe the "end of hunt" photos depict a lifeless heap of anything. They show the first step in feeding a family free of the numerous drawbacks of the commercial food system. What you describe as a "lifeless heap" is actually a beginning - just as it has been in all branches of nature for all of time.

    Greg has a great story about a needy family (of 4 or 5?) that loves the venisona hunting friend is able to give them every year. Would you rather they eat pesticide laden lettuce and white bread all year long?

    I don't hunt (no freezer, hate early mornings, and Dad never taught me to dress game) BUT I have a BOB and a strong back/legs so if anyone ever needs help carrying meat back to the car in exchange for some burger or steaks....

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    I was wondering when this board would become interesting again. Props to Mrs. Dirty.

    (I'm still looking for the big CX rider to bag and then dress. I have some nice fishnet stockings and codpiece that would really look good on a lycra clad histper doofus. My mommy taught me how to dress real good.)

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    Dead wildlife and industrial food.

    Yeah, that's some majestic shiz alright.



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    that's it...

    back to my filtered water, water cress and tofu burger... now I just can't get the stink out of my eyes from the feedlot pics.

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    Those 'food' lots are a big reason why I hunt.

    We're talking hunting b/c it's the freekin IDAHO, MONTANA, WYOMING FORUM AND IT'S LATE OCTOBER.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Schmitty
    Those 'food' lots are a big reason why I hunt.

    We're talking hunting b/c it's the freekin IDAHO, MONTANA, WYOMING FORUM AND IT'S LATE OCTOBER.


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    I think were on the same page.

    Opener is Sat.. can't wait...

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    thats right

    Quote Originally Posted by Schmitty
    Those 'food' lots are a big reason why I hunt.

    We're talking hunting b/c it's the freekin IDAHO, MONTANA, WYOMING FORUM AND IT'S LATE OCTOBER.


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    I forgot were all a bunch of 'tards.

    most of us on here more than likely agree with you about the feed lots...great place to commune with nature, but not a place to meet the future Mrs.
    funny though, I don't hunt, the Mrs. don't hunt and alot of the riders I know don't hunt, so..., so much for that at-large reason to hunt.
    hunting is just fine (isn't it what life is all about when you are fourteen?), especially what you guys are doing: hunting atv'ers and cx'ers.
    just remember, dead animals aren't cool, unless theyre strapped across the hood of your hunt mobile and maybe across your top-tube as you cruise into the local beer swill.
    then they're cool. but not on here.
    THIS IS A BIKING FORUM.
    if you've got to showboat your hunting sexploits, why not do it on the porno channel or a hunting forum?
    that's why they exist....for you and all the other IDAHOe MONTANA WYOMING 'tards out there.
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    Yes, this is a biking forum and I happen to hunt from a biking perspective, so I am going to continue to post about a topic that I am passionate about.
    Some of us here in the Idaho forum do enjoy discussing this topic, but If you don't like the subject, DON'T OPEN THE THREAD.
    Keep on riding and remember, it's just a bike forum.


    Mikey

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeyonthemadone
    If you don't like the subject, DON'T OPEN THE THREAD.
    Keep on riding and remember, it's just a bike forum.

    Mikey
    Amen, I come from a hunting family but made the decision to not hunt anymore. I find it interesting that you accomplish this using bike transport.

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    We need to make this thread a sticky. Or perhaps ask Francis to create a brand new "Biking and Hunting" subforum. I mean, there's one about cars and one about beers and probably others that have absolutely no connection whatsoever to mountain biking (like that "Florida" forum - there's "mountain" biking in Florida?), so I think a Hunting subforum would be great.

    And a Salad subforum.

    Midgets and Midget Wresting.

    The possibilities for new subforums are endless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mudflap
    I forgot were all a bunch of 'tards.

    most of us on here more than likely agree with you about the feed lots...great place to commune with nature, but not a place to meet the future Mrs.
    funny though, I don't hunt, the Mrs. don't hunt and alot of the riders I know don't hunt, so..., so much for that at-large reason to hunt.
    hunting is just fine (isn't it what life is all about when you are fourteen?), especially what you guys are doing: hunting atv'ers and cx'ers.
    just remember, dead animals aren't cool, unless theyre strapped across the hood of your hunt mobile and maybe across your top-tube as you cruise into the local beer swill.
    then they're cool. but not on here.
    THIS IS A BIKING FORUM.
    if you've got to showboat your hunting sexploits, why not do it on the porno channel or a hunting forum?
    that's why they exist....for you and all the other IDAHOe MONTANA WYOMING 'tards out there.

    Yeah buddy, keep it coming. Your thought process is faultless... such an orginal thinker with a suppleness of mind is rarely found here on MTBR.


    -Schmitty-

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    Quote Originally Posted by Earthpig
    We need to make this thread a sticky. Or perhaps ask Francis to create a brand new "Biking and Hunting" subforum. I mean, there's one about cars and one about beers and probably others that have absolutely no connection whatsoever to mountain biking (like that "Florida" forum - there's "mountain" biking in Florida?), so I think a Hunting subforum would be great.

    And a Salad subforum.

    Midgets and Midget Wresting.

    The possibilities for new subforums are endless.
    You left out a "Food Porn" forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Earthpig
    To be honest, I had no idea that there was a link between mountain biking and large game hunting. Disturbing, but interesting.
    "tastes like lemur" Hypocrite?
    I don't know what trail we're on, but at least it's getting dark

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    Eh, you had me at lemur.

    I put the hip in hypocrite!!

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