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    New SS Bike

    Cannondal 1 F G (One Fu#%ing Gear) It is a beast!

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    nice bike & photo. where is that?

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    First ride

    This is Seneca Creek Park MD. It was my first ride on it, and first time on a singlespeed.
    The trail hugs Clopper Lake and goes in and out of the woods, its a nice singletrack, rooty and tight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Espresso
    This is Seneca Creek Park MD. It was my first ride on it, and first time on a singlespeed.
    The trail hugs Clopper Lake and goes in and out of the woods, its a nice singletrack, rooty and tight.
    Nice pic. Now head on down the road and rip it up at Schaeffer!

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    I can't believe I nailed it...as soon as I saw that pic I said to myself...that's seneca. Weird!
    How are conditions there?
    How do you like your crank n fail?


    Quote Originally Posted by Espresso
    This is Seneca Creek Park MD. It was my first ride on it, and first time on a singlespeed.
    The trail hugs Clopper Lake and goes in and out of the woods, its a nice singletrack, rooty and tight.
    Todd............. If you can't be kind, at least have the decency to be vague

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    Schaeffer

    Hey Drevil, I did Schaeffer yesterday, Yellow,blue,pink and white trails. This week end i will be up at Greenbrier or Gambrill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Espresso
    Hey Drevil, I did Schaeffer yesterday, Yellow,blue,pink and white trails. This week end i will be up at Greenbrier or Gambrill.
    Good job! You're moving up the difficulty scale fast. I rode Gambrill/Watershed 3 times in the last two weeks and I always have a lot of fun. 32x17 works well for me there.

    Check out the MASS yahoo group to hook up with some of the locals: http://sports.groups.yahoo.com/group/MidAtlanticSS/

    -rickyd

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    Seneca

    Good eye!
    Seneca is nice and dry, I did that ride a couple of days ago, its always great for a short ride. As for the crank n fail... so far so good, I have been riding a Scalpel up to this point, that to was a great ride, but wasent a SS.
    I am no Cannondale fan, things just happend to roll that way. Both are great bikes in my book.

    Cheers.

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    Greenbrier/Gambrill

    Thanks for the info.I am still learning the ropes on my SS, my friends are all with geard bikes, so i guess i will be playing catch up at first. Truth is i sure do feel my legs today.
    But a big grinn apears when i look at my 1FG, I cant wait to go for a ride!

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