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    Canucks invade MT

    I had the privelage of meeting some of Canada's finest this past weekend....Cagarydave and his wife came down for a short trip into the states and to pick up a beautiful new Titus RX100. While they were here i took it upon myself to make sure the maiden voyage on the new bike was done right....a couple of local rides on our finest soil. thanks for the visit !!!




    on a side note....after watching the two of them power up a 1hr and 30 minute singletrack climb effortlessly...i'm now quite sure my earlier beliefs that canadiens are bottle fed small doses of EPO right from birth are quite true !!




    later, Chad
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    Looks like some great riding there! Will have to come check it out at some point.

    Thanks for the pics!

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    Well no wonders they were at home on those trails, looks a lot like Jumpingpound Ridge near Calgary!

    Looks great! where are those trails near?
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    Craig.....just let me know the next time you're coming through.....it sounds like you head down to moab and fruita every now and again....well it would be the perfect time to fit a ride in or two. Look me up !!


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    Quote Originally Posted by skogan
    Well no wonders they were at home on those trails, looks a lot like Jumpingpound Ridge near Calgary!

    Looks great! where are those trails near?



    Hey there Skogan !!


    well that will explain why neither one of them had issues with the long climb or the abundance of rock.


    that particular trail .... just south of Hamilton. The Bitteroot Nat. Forest.

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    First time to the FFTF & Moab was this year, but had a great time so are planning to go down again next year with my wife for a longer trip.

    If Bones has a Fernie gathering, maybe hitting your area before or after would work.

    I grew up in Cranbrook so have spent quite a bit of time in Northern Montana & Northern Idaho.

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