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    Quote Originally Posted by bvibert View Post
    That's a pretty fast pace. How much climbing is there?
    I was gonna say. An 8 MPH average is hella fast. I think we normally average between 3-4 MPH, usually closer to 3.

    I ski double black diamonds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg View Post
    I was gonna say. An 8 MPH average is hella fast. I think we normally average between 3-4 MPH, usually closer to 3.
    Guess we need to kick it up a notch, or two.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bvibert View Post
    Guess we need to kick it up a notch, or two.
    Apparently so.
    I ski double black diamonds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg View Post
    Apparently so.
    Or we need to move to flat MI...
    Brian

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    This is a intermediate trail with some advanced sections. Three major hills, and two minor climbs, but lots of twisties.
    We stopped for breaks and stopped to let Tom give da boyz some relief, but when we rode, we rode!

    Did I happen to mention.............I love my Attitude!!!
    Building a quiver is just foreplay for snowgasms

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    Quote Originally Posted by bvibert View Post
    Or we need to move to flat MI...
    Granted, we have hills, not mountains, but still, I live in a fairly hilly area and we have some significant climbs.
    When I get a chance I'll get the topo for the VASA.
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    Hills and techy areas or not, that's still a blazing pace for any type of singletrack. At least for me, it is.
    I ski double black diamonds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trekchick View Post
    Granted, we have hills, not mountains, but still, I live in a fairly hilly area and we have some significant climbs.
    When I get a chance I'll get the topo for the VASA.
    I was just busting your chops. We're not exactly climbing mountains here in CT either.

    Though are typical ride is pretty techy (if you ask me)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg View Post
    Hills and techy areas or not, that's still a blazing pace for any type of singletrack. At least for me, it is.
    I completely agree.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bvibert View Post
    I was just busting your chops. We're not exactly climbing mountains here in CT either.
    Speak for yourself, should of came on the REAL ride Sunday, just look at Steve presentation.

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