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    Post your coolest ride / trail pic.

    Need some ride stoke while I am on the IR with bum shoulder
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    Here are a couple of my favorites:

    1. Lycra FR showing off his pedal kick skills
    2. El C rollin it
    3. Naked 1 down for the count.
    4. Wang at I Street
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    Feeling for you man, heal fast.






    some more here:
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    Photog Tscheezy, Riders 'Zilla & Squeaky

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    Some pictures of me during my latest rides.

    Lock 4 (Gallatin,TN)


    Urban Ride (Downtown Nashville)





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    Still a couple of my favorites.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cutthroat
    Still a couple of my favorites.
    Don't let Tschee-Z see you making a face while riding....it scares him


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    Two more from the archives


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    Man, I've got tons that I like. Here are a few that I think stand out:







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    Some pics from Moab and one race pic because I know people here love the spandex.
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    the deer are safe for now?

    heal up fast pal.
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    totally awesome -- all the pics --

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    cool or kewl?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Bling
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    some more here:
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    Good god I need to get out there.

    That looks horrible.
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    Well seeing as CC used a couple of the better pics in my inventory, I'll have to post up a few more. Enjoy...

    happy trails...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobsyouruncle
    We approached that spot from the North courtesy of Tim and his special routing abilities. You had much more dramatic skies.
    There was an ok sky that day....but his capture definitely captured it with more focus on that aspect.


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    nowhere near as gnarcore as most of the pics but what the hey!

    Lake garda in summer

    the photographer named it: "speed is sweet"

    Heal up fast!
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    Starting to get psyched for winter now

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    Get well soon!!

    Hey, for sure these are not gnarly and they aren't even my best, but they are so fresh that the ink is still wet. Took these just a bit ago on our morning ride with my brother. Best part, these sweet places are about 30 minutes from the house...by bike

    These are the last steps on the Derech Ceasar trail. They seem to get higher every week as more of the dirt erodes away. Me and my Flux. (XS)

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    Here's me on Slant Rock, part of Derech Ceasar

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    Here's my brother on his Spot rolling by that jagged rusty fence post at the head of the Burnt Track - a sheep trail we found near the house. Great trails as long as the sheep are not on it. Unless you're Whafe, I guess.

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    This was an epic earlier in the season-

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    Nice "picture" Rick... sorta low res though...what kind of camera did you use?
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    Just a quick one

    I don't have many of me, and havent been riding much lately due to work - so here's one more and wishes to heal quick.
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    I only have one pic of me riding, this is it and I really like it. The second pic is Inkpad ripping a Fontucky practice. I think it may be one of my all time favorites.

    I hope you heal up quick, dude!
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    nothing witty here...

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    Thanks, my rotator cuff surgery was 3 weeks ago still hurts like $hit ! The trails are still dry and all my buds are riding. WISH I WAS !!! WAAAAAA!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bikezilla
    Nice "picture" Rick... sorta low res though...what kind of camera did you use?
    The kind that didn't come out of the pack, here's another day where some pixels were used on the same ride-

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    rroeder, are those pics of trails in the springs area? Thats where my family is from, will have to take a bike next time I go out there. Awesome pics, by the way.
    nothing witty here...

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    Here's probably the best pic I took all seaon:
    (though I'd much rather be the rider!)




    Rick, Woah nelly! you been holding out on us!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2w4s
    rroeder, are those pics of trails in the springs area? Thats where my family is from, will have to take a bike next time I go out there. Awesome pics, by the way.
    Somewhere in CO

    Next time your in town let me know, can show you around

    Zilla- folks are anal around here about pics of certain rides, gotta keep it on the DL, but yeah, how does 6K of ST descending with *features* here and there on the way down sound?

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    looks kinda familliar. hehe!
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    Some fun older shots, the one of Wentz at Durango is one of my fav's, wicked drop even going straight & he styles it!
    1st pic is gold ol' Big Bear
    Bottom left is Kenter, really fun hip jump back in the day
    Fontucky DH practice, seeing how fast I could hit that corner without wadding myself up : ) (looks like W4s beat me to that one)

    Now I need to get some Highline action shots, hopefully get some good local jumping & roadgap shots this weekend ; )
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    Quote Originally Posted by bettes
    nowhere near as gnarcore as most of the pics but what the hey!

    Lake garda in summer

    the photographer named it: "speed is sweet"

    Heal up fast!
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    I like the jersey in the 2nd pic, our Turner/Romic team jerseys circa 2003 ; ) I think I still have a couple of those!

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    Inkpad, I have one thing to say. Sol Vista this summer!!! Bring trail bikes, too! You're going to need a vacation from the grom by then!

    Gratuitous DJ shot. I know it's not a turner, but when Dave makes a HT, I'll buy one.
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    nothing witty here...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2w4s
    Inkpad, I have one thing to say. Sol Vista this summer!!! Bring trail bikes, too! You're going to need a vacation from the grom by then!

    Gratuitous DJ shot. I know it's not a turner, but when Dave makes a HT, I'll buy one.
    It's a date! Nice jump shot!

    BTW, don't forget about Sunday the 2nd, we are meeting at NBBC at round 12:00 noon, then riding to HB Brewery & back to Newport, ahhhh, good ol' pub crawl!!

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    with others opening the door for snow shots, here are a few from the bearcat ski mountaineering club spring vacation in the sierras. proof that this young man from arizona is not just a one trick pony

    ellery bowl at sunrise
    scoop and dangerous booting up ellery bowl
    dirtbag up to his old tricks on ellery bowl
    dangerous and scoop with post ellery bowl girls
    dirtbag up to his old tricks on lou
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    Quote Originally Posted by inkpad
    I like the jersey in the 2nd pic, our Turner/Romic team jerseys circa 2003 ; ) I think I still have a couple of those!
    I like it to! Took me a lot of badgering sgt brown to get that one! If you want to get rid of yours give me a shout! And it looks real spiffy with my spy goggle for that "racer look", to bad i lost the romic since then... Push is the way now.

    greetz
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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtbag
    with others opening the door for snow shots, here are a few from the bearcat ski mountaineering club spring vacation in the sierras. proof that this young man from arizona is not just a one trick pony

    ellery bowl at sunrise
    scoop and dangerous booting up ellery bowl
    dirtbag up to his old tricks on ellery bowl
    dangerous and scoop with post ellery bowl girls
    dirtbag up to his old tricks on lou
    ellery bowl off Tioga Pass? snap, i need to scan some pics of us off conway summit a little further north of Bridgeport!

    Inkie, i doing some liver workouts this weekend in preparation, wouldn't miss it for the world.
    nothing witty here...

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    Porcupine rim trail:



    Cool looking jump shot:



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    Quote Originally Posted by superstock
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    Nice. If he pulled that one off that's just sick. I watched Joel (singletrack) try like 10 times to pull off that drop and it scared me every time. He finally ate it good and gave up but just trying it takes some major cajones. Even Nickle, the king of super steep rollers wouldn't touch it.

    Oh, pictures. Right. Uh.... I got nothin'. Sorry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rroeder
    Somewhere in CO

    Next time your in town let me know, can show you around

    how does 6K of ST descending with *features* here and there on the way down sound?
    Sounds like I need to make a trip to the front range! That looks like a great trail rr.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KRob
    Nice. If he pulled that one off that's just sick. I watched Joel (singletrack) try like 10 times to pull off that drop and it scared me every time. He finally ate it good and gave up but just trying it takes some major cajones. Even Nickle, the king of super steep rollers wouldn't touch it.
    Looked at it for a while, rolled it, cleaned it, never did it again ...

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    A few pictures from a while back - pretty much desert like country, kind of a remote little town where I live & only trails made by motos.




    Who would guess this shot is within 30 minutes ride from home (some 6km)

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    Angel Fire NM

    The trip to Angel Fire rates as one of the coolest
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    In Bull Canyon below Gemini Bridges

    There's a geological oddity there called Robert's Rift. A long long time ago some cataclysmic shock split the rock from the very top layer to way below dirt level (in other words, across eons of rock formations) from Island in The Sky all the way to Arches. It's most visible in Bull Canyon. You can see it (and walk right up to it) on one side of the canyon, turn around and it's there on the other side. While riding there I came across what looked like a painted starting line in a dry creekbed. Upon closer inspection:
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    great shots all, I'm having a hard time picking a coolest one to add...

    okay, looked through the ones I've taken and had to go back a ways to find something truly cool.


    Deep in the forest of Hawaii with Jewels and Impy.

    As for cool shots of me, this one taken by ebxtreme at a critical moment on my first trip down Gargamel.... great timing, sick line, I probably said "cool" and "sick" about a hundred times on this ride.
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    Maybe not the best pic of me on the trail, but it's one of my favorites....
    [I should send this one to Hezbollah HQ]


    And, another fave from Whiteface Mtn. in Lake Placid, NY


    And last, but not least, my big-time magazine spot - back in the day on my old polished Burner - dangit, I was awesome back then!


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    Cool pics seeing as it's late November on the Front Range

    I've seen the riding season actually go 'til the first week of December (peeps all around exclaiming "Duuuude, do you believe we're still riding this late?!?" The fact that I'm riding right now on dry trails in 70 degree temps is...stunning. You in Arizona and SoCal don't know what I'm talking about, but today was...pretty freakin' cool.

    Today. A mellow ride (the ride I do when I'm nursing some injury), scenic, wonderful. To wit:
    (plowing through grassy fields that have seen greener days, overlooking what looks like Utah but is indeed in the Denver area, and...for homesick Front Rangers, in the last pic you can just see the parking lot for Deer Creek Canyon Park. Enjoy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by airwreck

    OK, ya know how they say "It never looks as steep in the pics..." Well that looks steep as HELL! I can only imagine what it really was like

    Nice pic wreck

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    Quote Originally Posted by KRob
    Nice. If he pulled that one off that's just sick. I watched Joel (singletrack) try like 10 times to pull off that drop and it scared me every time. He finally ate it good and gave up but just trying it takes some major cajones.
    Gotta love Joel......more balls than brains sometimes. Dude's a blast to ride and hang with though.....all around great guy. Plus, he's got Randall which pretty much makes up for any of his shortcomings.......who doesn't love that dog?

    Cheers,
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    Innerleithen, Scotland.




    Rainbow Mountain, Whistler, Canada.




    Whistler, Canda.




    Glentress, Scotland.


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    Quote Originally Posted by boone
    (Airwreck) OK, ya know how they say "It never looks as steep in the pics..." Well that looks steep as HELL! I can only imagine what it really was like
    No freakin kidding! I'd have to stop and take a dump before just in case!

    Hey Vosh, nice shots man, esp the first two!
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    boone and 'zilla, without ebx guiding I would have no idea where the line/trail was at that point. Definatly one of those situations where trying to walk it would be much more dangerous than riding it. Blind faith at it's finest! Looking forward to riding that stuff again with all you sickos in tow.
    Looks like Rainbow mountain should be on the to do list also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by airwreck
    Looks like Rainbow mountain should be on the to do list also.
    If you have enough guys interested, you can get a good deal on the flight up to Rainbow. Easily could do that for under $200 per person if you booked it in advance. Nice thing is it dumps you to the westside trails so you can come down Jaws or Cheap Thrills or a few other trails at the bottom.

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    Pix taken last week...

    Chilao...


    Mt. Lowe...


    El Prieto...


    San Juan...


    San Juan...

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    my coolest ride

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    Wow. Now that I am over my shock at certifiable stoke being posted by Dusty, I have to say, "nice shots."
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    Couple shots from a trip in early part of Sept.
    Good trip!!
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    Heres a sequence from the life of a lonely rock line...
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    here ya go

    Quote Originally Posted by tg
    Need some ride stoke while I am on the IR with bum shoulder
    tg,
    hopefully you get that shoulder better soon and get back to ridin'.
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    thanks, I am diggin all the great pics! Cant wait till spring. My cuff sergury went well but I still have a long way to go. RIDE AND SMILE .... EVERY RIDE IS A GIFT.

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