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    Riding Stoke

    From the Continental Divide near Monarch Pass. ~12,700 feet.



    RFX with two Ventanas sharing the limelight.

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    Last edited by MK_; 09-19-2006 at 08:21 AM.

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    Kinda hard to see with that red '¨X' over the image. Linky no worky....

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    I see it now, thanky
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    Quote Originally Posted by CDtofer
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    Kinda hard to see with that red '¨X' over the image. Linky no worky....
    How anti-climactic. It is fixed, now.

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    Icegeek's green V is everywhere!

    How was the Crest on the RFX? I CAN'T believe SlowerThanSnot rode there, insane!!

    BTW, it was warm and sunny here over the weekend

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    Quote Originally Posted by rroeder
    Icegeek's green V is everywhere!

    How was the Crest on the RFX? I CAN'T believe SlowerThanSnot rode there, insane!!

    BTW, it was warm and sunny here over the weekend
    Yeah, icegeek lead the pack on Friday. Crest is a technical ride, so the bike was great. I am running 5in rockers in the rear, at the moment, so the bottom bracket is down where it feels good. And yeah, Dave is pretty insane, I still can't believe he rode his fixie all the way from Denver, then rode it all over the trails until he broke the rear axle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rroeder
    Icegeek's green V is everywhere!

    How was the Crest on the RFX? I CAN'T believe SlowerThanSnot rode there, insane!!

    BTW, it was warm and sunny here over the weekend
    Here's the man.


    and for the complete story from my lens:
    https://forums.mtbr.com/riding-passion/more-rmh06-passion-228973.html

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    Stoke received, nice pics. Damn thats high up! Beautiful country....damn Im jealous.
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    Great writeup MK!, love the fall colors, the pics convey the "cold" real well actually. Looking forward to riding with you in UT-Rick

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