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    The Ultimate of Ultimate Riding Tours...

    12 days in Switzerland

    10 days of riding

    2,000ft of climbing per day

    10,000ft of GLORIOUS DESCENDING per day!

    Just look at the panoramic shots!
    http://www.ridebig.com/swissalps.html#

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    Anyone want to contribute to the bikeCOLORADO Swiss Alps fund??
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    Quote Originally Posted by bikeCOLORADO
    Anyone want to contribute to the bikeCOLORADO Swiss Alps fund??
    No, how about you giving me $5,000 for a new bike?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bikeCOLORADO
    12 days in Switzerland

    10 days of riding

    2,000ft of climbing per day

    10,000ft of GLORIOUS DESCENDING per day!

    Just look at the panoramic shots!
    http://www.ridebig.com/swissalps.html#

    Video Clip
    http://www.ridebig.com/HTTPimages2/s...avoiWinMac.mov

    Anyone want to contribute to the bikeCOLORADO Swiss Alps fund??
    Very cool stuff. Switzlerland rocks, atleast from what I can see from ripzalots posts.

    PS - careful though, there are a few here who will accuse you of advertising for this Swiss company...you must walk...errr ride on eggshells around here when it comes to this type of stuff. Not mentioning any names, but they rhyme with Clete and Chronic Tan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bikeCOLORADO
    Anyone want to contribute to the bikeCOLORADO Swiss Alps fund??

    Classic jesus freak. Pass the collection plate and think only of yourself.

    way to worship, man!
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    Good grief "stick"...can you not see the humor in my plea? Like I really expect anyone to donate...
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    Quote Originally Posted by bikeCOLORADO
    Good grief "stick"...can you not see the humor in my plea? Like I really expect anyone to donate...
    Humor? never heard of it.
    "mmmm....Beeeeeeer." - Homer J. Simpson

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    Classic jesus freak. Pass the collection plate and think only of yourself.
    That's a mighty big paintbrush you're painting with STICK.........

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    And for the Roadies... Timberline's Lewis & Clark tour

    Timberline's Lewis & Clark bicentennial bike tour.

    48 days, 3234 miles, St Louis to Portland, $9000.

    Last year we were on their Glacier Park Montana tour and the owner was talking up how they were planning the Lewis & Clark trip.


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    Not really.

    Quote Originally Posted by Noelg
    That's a mighty big paintbrush you're painting with STICK.........
    It's more like an average ladle.

    And, for whatever it's worth, note that I didn't say "classic Christian". IMO, there's a difference between most Christians and the self-professed 'jesus freaks' (albeit merely a slight one). If the irony of one so blatantly wearing his "faith" on his sleeve asking for handouts to fund a mountian biking trip to the Alps is lost on you then so be it.
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    I guess a Jesus Freak, a Christian or a religious person can't make a joke?

    God has a tremendous sense of humor...he made me didn't he?

    Get over it already - the irony here is that it WAS a joke and you're trying to make it sound like I was actually expecting to get something.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bikeCOLORADO
    I guess a Jesus Freak, a Christian or a religious person can't make a joke?
    When many do it's frequently a very Flandersesque
    "joke."

    Quote Originally Posted by bikeCOLORADO
    God has a tremendous sense of humor...he made me didn't he?
    Or did your parents bumping uglys make you?

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    I think Goran Kropp has (had) you beat

    From Sweden to Nepal
    1 bicycle, a trailer, and over 200 pounds of equipment.
    4 months
    7,000 miles
    Then climb Everest.

    He was nuts, but a very interesting kind of crazy.

    http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg...glance&s=books

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    Yes, he WAS nuts...he's now deceased:

    http://www.outdoorsmagic.com/news/ar...36903364352470
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    Hence my use of the past tense

    Would have been an interesting guy to meet though.

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