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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg View Post
    Jeff sent me the GPX file which was incomplete. I merged it with a section from another ride. The elevation profile is screwy, but the track is correct:

    http://www.crankfire.com/trails/data.php?dataid=460

    Map: http://www.crankfire.com/map/index.php?tid=7&t=460&w=0

    So 4.6 miles which is over 50% longer than Chris first ride. Nice job!
    Thanks for getting the track cleaned up and posted. Guess I need to read some instructions on doing these things

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    Funny that you posted the ludicrous speeds on your ride tonight.
    Kris and I met up for our RAW, thinking that we'd do the short loop at Pathways then go do some practice obstacles. We had so much fun on the short loop we did it twice, and since we didn't have any newbs with us, we ripped it out at an average of 8.6.
    Lots of Whoooo Hooooo's!
    Man-O-Man that was fun!
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    Quote Originally Posted by severine View Post
    Sounds like another great ride! Can't say I'm sorry I missed the "ludicrous speed" though. All that matters is you had fun, right?

    WTG, Grassi, on getting over that log pile! Sounds like you're picking this up FAST! Before you know it, they'll have talked you into a new bike.
    sev, im already talking myself into a new bike.
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    Namaste you guys!

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    Maybe I'll dig around and post up some nice bike links to push you over the edge.

    You should of took me up on the offer to take my loaner for a spin last night, you probably would of decided to walk back instead of riding the old Trek out last night

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    I have a large red scrape/bruise/whatever on each of my shoulders from hitting those trees at ludicrous speed. I think I was starting to see plaid.
    Brian

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    Quote Originally Posted by bvibert View Post
    I have a large red scrape/bruise/whatever on each of my shoulders from hitting those trees at ludicrous speed. I think I was starting to see plaid.
    I don't believe you let Greg beat you through there

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    Quote Originally Posted by o3jeff View Post
    I don't believe you let Greg beat you through there
    Me either! Next time those trees get in my way I'll have to show em who's boss and knock them over.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grassi21 View Post
    sev, im already talking myself into a new bike.
    Quote Originally Posted by o3jeff View Post
    Maybe I'll dig around and post up some nice bike links to push you over the edge.
    Time for a "find Grassi a bike" thread.

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