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    New Year's MTB resolutions?

    More trail work. I don't feel like I give back enough.

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    My resolution is to ride at least once a week.. I know, not a "huge" goal by any means, but it's something...

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    I should be out riding
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    More riding of course. A little more trail work. Might post a ride or two on the evergreen calendar. Might even ride with Borneo more this year.
    If it's not powered solely by you, it's motorized.

    Worshiping at the Church of Singletrack since 1993.

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    I just got goth served!
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    To stay freakin' healthy. 3 rounds of injuries over the last two years kept me sidelined for way too much time. And only one of those injuries was mtb related. The other two were just crappy you're-getting-old injuries.
    insert witty comment here

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    explore more trails
    "Bound to cover just a little more ground"

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    Ride and run more epic singletrack trail miles. Oh and build/plan some of the new Washington epic trails! Plus I'd like to educate lot's of people on quality epic trail building theory's.
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    Epic trails get built in the Northwest by epic people!

    Sustainable quality trails please.

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    Midpack or better in NWCUP this summer, no injuries this time. Crosstrain and build more trails in the off-season
    Regional Race Manager, Knolly Bikes
    Washington, Oregon, Montana, Idaho, Wyoming

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    Just roll it......
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    Build more trail, ride more trail, get an event created in Bellingham and try to not get too frustrated with the DNR's total failure of dealing with recreation in Whatcom County.

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