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    Allroy makes Dirt Rag's TOC

    Our fav goober is in Issue #108's Table of contents! Rock on, sissyboy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drevil
    Our fav goober is in Issue #108's Table of contents! Rock on, sissyboy.
    He also shows up on p21 and p121 w/ his stanky red Castelli jersey. Ken in KC has his beautiful mug on the latter page as well. Too funny...

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    Lucky Everyone....

    Quote Originally Posted by Drevil
    He also shows up on p21 and p121 w/ his stanky red Castelli jersey. Ken in KC has his beautiful mug on the latter page as well. Too funny...
    All the subscribers get to see me in all my splendor.....

    Is the shot of me in KC or in Fruita? I haven't received 108 yet.

    Ken

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken in KC
    All the subscribers get to see me in all my splendor.....

    Is the shot of me in KC or in Fruita? I haven't received 108 yet.

    Ken
    Kansas City. You were hovering over some gentlemen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drevil
    Kansas City. You were hovering over some gentlemen.
    I've got to see this
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    Damn postal service. I'll get my copy in about 3 more weeks. Stupid left coast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by riderx
    I've got to see this
    Knowing Ken, it's hard to say if he has his pants on or not. I don't think I want to see the pic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drevil
    Our fav goober is in Issue #108's Table of contents! Rock on, sissyboy.
    I'd like to toot my own horn and get some feedback about an article I have in DR108. It's called 'The Knife Sharpener' and I wrote it and took the pretty awful picture. I just reread it on the crapper this morning and the writing seems so bad next to the well-written pieces in the rest of the mag. If anyone here knows a thing or two about journalistic writing and would like to post or PM some feedback, I would appreciate any and all. Even if you dont know anything about writing, if you read you are a great critic!

    I thought I recognized Mr. Stoner from that picture. I think we rode together on a group ride many moons ago.

    Kudos to Joe (riderx) for the little picture in the 'Artwork' section. Is that also Mr. Stoner in that pic? Looks like an old Tour de France picture or something. Especially if he had had a cigarette and bottle of wine in his hand!

    And a note to Senor Shiggy or any other downhillers (if you read this), I saw a pic of you once on the Downieville Downhill. Did that for the first time on Monday and Tuesday. Where does the downhill race start and what trail does it take and where does it end? Also, what sorts of times do mere mortals do? Is it from the top of packer saddle, including the paved section at the top, then 3rd divide all the way (no 2nd divide) to the dirt road, then first divide down into town? Just curious. That's alot of fun to ride, but I prefered the 2nd divide piece. Just more my taste, with some pedaling and more XC-style.

    OK.. back to work.
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    Where is my mag?

    I'd be glad to give you some feedback when I get my copy. Looking forward to reading your piece.
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    Downieville

    The downieville downhill starts from Packer Saddle and involves:

    Butcher Ranch to 3rd Divide to 1st divide and ends just off of main street in d-ville.

    The XC race started in a little town up the river from downieville but I can't recall the town's name. You climb up for what seems an eternity to the packer saddle area. From there you head over to Pauley Creek - 3rd Divide - 1st Divide and ends just off main street.

    There's lots of other sweet loops up there. 2nd divide is an awesome trail to do, more XC ish and more technical than 1st. Up top, Big Boulder is probably one of the better rides up there. Lots of initial climbing but sooooo worth it.


    b. (used to spend much time up there)


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    Quote Originally Posted by bones
    The downieville downhill starts from Packer Saddle and involves:

    Butcher Ranch to 3rd Divide to 1st divide and ends just off of main street in d-ville.

    The XC race started in a little town up the river from downieville but I can't recall the town's name. You climb up for what seems an eternity to the packer saddle area. From there you head over to Pauley Creek - 3rd Divide - 1st Divide and ends just off main street.

    There's lots of other sweet loops up there. 2nd divide is an awesome trail to do, more XC ish and more technical than 1st. Up top, Big Boulder is probably one of the better rides up there. Lots of initial climbing but sooooo worth it.


    b. (used to spend much time up there)

    thanks. i know what trails you are talking about, so you have answered my question. that is a huge XC loop! cant wait to head back some day after now having done the 'classics' there.
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    Frank Raises a Good Point....

    Quote Originally Posted by Drevil
    Kansas City. You were hovering over some gentlemen.

    Was I wearing pants?

    Still no 108 in the ol USPS tube.

    Ken

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken in KC
    Was I wearing pants?

    Still no 108 in the ol USPS tube.

    Ken

    One could only guess?!?!? You can't see your lower portions in the picture.

    The men you are hovering over were the members of the round table dicussion during the seminars at the summit. PimpDaddy, ChetPeach, Nate King and Don Wier are also there.

    Nice set of pictures in the latest installment!

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