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    SoCal boys coming up for 24 hours at Laguna Seca?

    NorthWet boys coming down?

    Or just want to come here and ride in May? Vote in my so-far-ignored poll on passion:

    http://forums.mtbr.com/showthread.php?t=7105

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    Why would I want to do that?

    Done it before. Twice. Not interested in doing it again. Personally, my preference runs towards mountain bike races, for mountain bikes.

    miles

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    Cool

    Are you the guy who fell off the cliff? That was pretty wild.

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    Deathride

    I'm going to miss Laguna Seca, and SeaOtter again.

    I did, however, sign up for the DeathRide in July. www.deathride.com

    What was I thinking? See you there, Eddy?

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    Lugana Seca...

    Sounds fun...wet weather, fun people, English Pubs...did I even mention beer?

    I'm hoping to make it, but it will depend on the job situation.

    andy
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    Hummm The Deather....

    I was there last year....but not to ride it. The "Q" is.....Should I ride it this year......

    Eric

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    Yeah, it's true.

    Despite what you may have heard (and I know that the controversy has not abated one bit) I did actually fall off a cliff. Serious scars on 70% of my body will serve as testimonial of the fact that I royally ate it on New Year's Day.

    Let this be a lesson: it's never good to fall 150 feet down a rocky cliff, bouncing and tumbling like a rag doll as you make your way to the bottom.
    Plus, it sucks being injured.

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    I'm sure we've been through this before

    That's the weekend of the Downieville gathering and the Grouse Ridge dirt century. What are you, a roadie? 8^)

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    Nice to have a reminder of how good it is to be alive and whole. Glad you were not seriously injured.

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    Same weekend as the Sonoma National!

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    im planning on going up to sea otter,

    plus a tour of soquel, please!

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