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    Tamarack Trails

    Embarrasing. The question is: Is the park named after him? Or is that map named after him?
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    Nobody cares what kind of bike you ride.

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    I can't wait to get back up there.

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    Bombing4X, trade in your broken helmet dude. The naming is WHACK!

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    W. says that Glamerack puts Whistler to shame!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    'whack' is so 2006 anymore. it's fun taking a turn (for a change) to interject a little smacktalk, thanks for the opportunity

    now, back to mountain biking

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    Yep, just like BUSH is so 2001.

    Thanks for pulling your cool card on me

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    Come out and ride the Barney tonight, we'll badmouth politicians and ride our brains out at Military Reserve! 7pm - can ya make it out?

    "Barneys Forever" should be the new trail system name!

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    Sounds good. I'll see if I can make.
    I ride there all the time, fill me in on the "Barneys" thing? I've been out of the loop prepairing for an art show and a new baby.

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    ...but 43 Likes Bikes

    Is that a vintage Apple Krate??

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    Quote Originally Posted by JermsJay
    Sounds good. I'll see if I can make.
    I ride there all the time, fill me in on the "Barneys" thing? I've been out of the loop prepairing for an art show and a new baby.
    Cool! Barney = no attitude, non-competitive, poorly dressed and lots of fun. And if CBro is involved, lots of beer. If I am involved, lots of gas.

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    Ah, surfing term. I see where it is going.
    Like it, great attitude. I ride with a bunch of guys that are like this also.

    I'll hit you back here soon to let you know If i can make it. MTB is down with 2 flats and some fit issues. Crossbike is up and running though

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    Was a great couple of rides tonight, sorry we missed ya. Your cx bike woulda smoked us all on the climbs I bet. One of the newbie Barnos learned about the cement drop-offs coming out of MR the hard way. Elbow gash so big you could stick a free government block of cheese in there. And we're talking pepperjack.

    Come on out to the next ones, Natural Light will probably be provided.

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    Geez

    Quote Originally Posted by Bombin4X
    One of the newbie Barnos learned about the cement drop-offs coming out of MR the hard way. Elbow gash so big you could stick a free government block of cheese in there.
    I never like hearing that kind of thing, truly, I don't. Stitches?

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    Yeah, 17 yr old kid, way too big for the bike he was on (something from Costco I think) and it's most definitely stitches time. GetLost, in order to keep him calm, is like "Ah it's just a scratch...." Me I'm like "yeah that aint looking too good..." duh!

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    One time I was surfing and some dude got hurt i think my board might have hit a dufus swimmer swimming in MY shorebreak (LOL). Anyhoo, the I audibly said how bad I thought the cut was or how much blood or some stupid remark or other and that lifeguard gave me a look to kill

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    Sorry missed you guys. Next time for sure. Bummer about the wreck too. That is not a good spot to be going down on. The cement there is lke a cheese grader. Had a close call there one night also, you are having fun after the DH and if you are not paying attn, wham there they are all blended in and eveything. Makes your heart stop kind of when you relaize what can happened.

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    Exactly - cheese grader is how I described it to my wife tonight. "Welcome to mountain biking" was all I could come up with to say to the poor kid.

    Catch you out there for the next one. Hawaiian shirts are preferred.

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