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    Croft Sunday

    I plan to be there around 2:00 if anyone wants to meet up. Parking at croft park.



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    Sounds good.
    I work on Sundays but if I bring my bike and leave a little early I should be able to make it.
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    If the trails can still be ridden Sunday I can wait till 3 if that helps. I'm in Columbia and we're getting soaked. Check your PM's I'll send my #.
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    Is there anyone in the croft area that can say if there was to much rain yesterday for riding?

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    It was open and dry. There won't be any hunting this year due to thin deer population. Good ride Upstate.

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    Yeah, we need to fatten up the deer around here. I am leaving Krispy Kreemes in the woods every night for them. The chocolate glazed kind.
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    Good Plan.

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    The only problem is that every time I buy a dozen for the deer, I eat 10 of them on the way out to Croft.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rocksolid View Post
    It was open and dry. There won't be any hunting this year due to thin deer population. Good ride Upstate.
    Great riding with you and glad you got to try some new trails.
    I learned that there's places to park other than Southside.
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    I told Dave Proctor they have holes in them so you can hang them on the handlebars and take some with you!!

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    I will probably be riding Croft this Sat if anyone wants to meet up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeridesabike View Post
    I will probably be riding Croft this Sat if anyone wants to meet up.
    Mike, had a blast on some great (and new to me) trails...Definitely epic.
    Thanks to you and your friends, hopefully I can meet up with you guys again in the future.
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    Re: Croft Sunday

    The creek was a little slippery today.



    Don't ride with a photographer. They always get your worst moments on camera.

    Thanks for coming out and ridding with us. The trails at Croft are in great shape now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeridesabike View Post
    The creek was a little slippery today.
    I coulda told ya that, haha. Same place I went down?
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    No this was a little ways downstream from there.
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    Looks like yall had a blast. I cant wait to ride these area 51 trails.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rocksolid View Post
    Looks like yall had a blast. I cant wait to ride these area 51 trails.
    You know what they say, "I could tell ya but then I'd have to kill ya".
    If you get a chance to ride with Mike and his buds you won't regret...Your legs might, though.
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    I'm ready, but my bikes not. Somehow I bent my big ring without any damage to the bash guard. I'll be dropping the stumpy and scale off at south lake cycle Friday. Switching some components around between the two. they told me I would be able to pick them up on Sunday (fingers crossed). When I get back rolling I want to meet up and do some riding out at pairs mnt. Not going to make the Cranksgiving race , but I'd like to check out the run. Took your advice and added a calendar to the site. If you go to contact and send me your email info I'll set it up so that you can post and edit rides.
    ORAMM!!!!!

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    This will be my first time using south lake I'll do a write-up on my site about the experience. They do have a mechanic from Bike City\\ Harrells.
    ORAMM!!!!!

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    y'all park at dairy ridge road and then go from there?

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    You can park there or down in the park by the horse area.
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    i'll be hitting up croft friday, trying to burn off that thanksgiving stuffing. hopefully the trails won't be complete moosh with all the rain we've had.

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