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  1. #21
    Excellent ride tonight. Good to see everyone again and nice to meet Tim. Good times were had by all....I think.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg View Post
    You got one up on Brian and Jeff now.
    The only time I've ever even seen that a-frame was in the dark. I guarantee that none of you suckas would have rode it for the first time in the dark... I will be going back in the daylight to hit it...
    Brian

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    Quote Originally Posted by bvibert View Post
    The only time I've ever even seen that a-frame was in the dark. I guarantee that none of you suckas would have rode it for the first time in the dark... I will be going back in the daylight to hit it...
    Brian, I was surprised that you had never seen that section of trail!! If it was something that piqued your interest, we can revisit it early in a ride to make sure that daylight is not a factor!

    As I have said before, and will say again, the 3 stunts in that section are more technical than the bigger drop across the street!! You can call me crazy, but I'm being dead serious. The bigger drop requires way less skill...just commitment!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bvibert View Post
    No, I rode yesterday, did you? Oh yeah I rode farther and faster too...
    Be nice!! We only rode fast because you were riding on my tail...It's your fault! and let's be honest...we're both liars...there's no way that we can ride that fast?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rueler View Post
    Brian, I was surprised that you had never seen that section of trail!! If it was something that piqued your interest, we can revisit it early in a ride to make sure that daylight is not a factor!

    As I have said before, and will say again, the 3 stunts in that section are more technical than the bigger drop across the street!! You can call me crazy, but I'm being dead serious. The bigger drop requires way less skill...just commitment!
    What can I say, I'm a creature of habit. I found a route I liked through there and stuck with it. Actually, I knew there was more stuff, but the opportunity to try it out hasn't presented itself. I don't know if I'd try either of the second two stunts, but I really want to try out the A frame.

    I'm definitely not ready for the drop across the street, no matter how easy it is...
    Brian

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    Quote Originally Posted by rueler View Post
    Be nice!! We only rode fast because you were riding on my tail...It's your fault! and let's be honest...we're both liars...there's no way that we can ride that fast?
    I'll take the blame for pushing a faster pace.

    Greg knows I'm just busting his stones. You didn't have to tell them that we're liars though. I was perfectly content with letting them think we did a 9.5 mile loop at 7MPH, instead of the one leisurely loop around the sessions gravel loop we really did.
    Brian

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    Quote Originally Posted by bvibert View Post
    I'll take the blame for pushing a faster pace.

    Greg knows I'm just busting his stones. You didn't have to tell them that we're liars though. I was perfectly content with letting them think we did a 9.5 mile loop at 7MPH, instead of the one leisurely loop around the sessions gravel loop we really did.
    Considering you normally ride about as fast as a dead snail trough glue, I didn't thinking you really had a moving average of 7 MPH...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg View Post
    Considering you normally ride about as fast as a dead snail trough glue, I didn't thinking you really had a moving average of 7 MPH...

    I ride slow with you so I don't hurt your frail ego...

    Brian

  9. #29
    BTW, here's a pic of the ladder ramp right after the A frame:



    We definitely didn't come across this one:





    It's supposed to be in the swamp twisties too.

  10. #30
    Quote Originally Posted by Greg View Post
    BTW, here's a pic of the ladder ramp right after the A frame:



    We definitely didn't come across this one:





    It's supposed to be in the swamp twisties too.
    This other ramp looks much bigger. Gotta find it!!!

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