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    Were you in Sullivan Canyon today?

    Were you in Sullivan Canyon this evening? You were heading down and I was heading up... you got 3 feet of air on the jump as you passed me and I yelled out "yo single!".

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    no, sorry...

    Quote Originally Posted by aosty
    Were you in Sullivan Canyon this evening? You were heading down and I was heading up... you got 3 feet of air on the jump as you passed me and I yelled out "yo single!".
    No, sorry, it wasn't me. I was riding my fixie for a long loop after work last night. Plus I live in Wisconsin.

    I can't even jump three feet if I was forced to...if I did, I'd probably crash and hurt my balls.
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    Wasn't me. I was there, but I always do a half gainer with a full twist off that jump.
    When the going gets weird its bedtime.

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    Yes, No

    Quote Originally Posted by aosty
    Were you in Sullivan Canyon this evening? You were heading down and I was heading up... you got 3 feet of air on the jump as you passed me and I yelled out "yo single!".
    I was there in the morning, happy to climb 3 feet.

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    No, but....

    Quote Originally Posted by aosty
    Were you in Sullivan Canyon...?
    Sullivan Canyon? No, I wasn't there today but I did spend plenty of time daydreaming about Saliva Canyon... does that count?

    Oh yeah, I could go big on that one, uh huh... <sigh>

    Gawd, turning single (in a non-bike way) can be HARD ON a fella. Hey Al, let's go on a bike ride one o' these days... just you 'n me, bro... I miss ya.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sparticus

    Gawd, turning single (in a non-bike way) can be HARD ON a fella.
    Oh nooo! You too??


    Hey Al, let's go on a bike ride one o' these days... just you 'n me, bro... I miss ya.
    Aww... I miss you too..... soon!

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    i was there yesterday with my buddy! i was on a yeallow and red fisher, he was a blue bike! we were putting our hucking skills to good use! oh by the way that trail kicks-butt. it was our first time there! what were you riding? we ran into a hand full of riders...so it should be easy to figure which one were you...

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    Quote Originally Posted by CREATURE
    i was there yesterday with my buddy! i was on a yeallow and red fisher, he was a blue bike! we were putting our hucking skills to good use! oh by the way that trail kicks-butt. it was our first time there! what were you riding? we ran into a hand full of riders...so it should be easy to figure which one were you...
    Yea, it's fun and flowy... been riding it often because I'm sure they will 'doze it sooner or later. I was there after work between 7 & 8pm... on a Dean ti singlespeed... along with two gearie friends (Fisher and a Turner).

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    Quote Originally Posted by aosty
    Yea, it's fun and flowy... been riding it often because I'm sure they will 'doze it sooner or later. I was there after work between 7 & 8pm... on a Dean ti singlespeed... along with two gearie friends (Fisher and a Turner).


    it was around that time that we were pretty much done... it must of been you, we ran into you guys towards the bottom, correct?

    i saw the work trucks parked on the side as you head out the gate... we just assumed it was thier parking lot... we were thinking of heading out there this sunday for a morning ride. interested? let me know, we will then exchange numbers. i am opretty sure we will be looping it like yesterday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood
    where the hell is that? SoCal? Texas? Oregon?

    wasn't me, and thanks for the invite, azzhole.

    Fock you and the pinky you rode in on!

    I'll be there again today around 6... call/text me.

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    where?

    Quote Originally Posted by aosty
    Were you in Sullivan Canyon this evening?
    where the hell is that? SoCal? Texas? Oregon?

    wasn't me, and thanks for the invite, azzhole.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aosty
    Were you in Sullivan Canyon this evening? You were heading down and I was heading up... you got 3 feet of air on the jump as you passed me and I yelled out "yo single!".
    I think that may have been me. . . .riding a blue enduro and wearing the big sh!t-eating grin? If so then, yeah, hello!

    That was my first time down that canyon, but believe me I am gonna be back. . . often. The bigger drops and up the canyon are fast and fun, I hope they dont run the dozers up there.

    Do you usually ride up the canyon and then back down? We rode up westridge and then down the canyon. That is a bit of a climb but the ride down makes it all worth it.

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