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OOOhoho! Awesome. Thanks K for putting so much effort into that, and of course to James and Doug for so obligingly eating **** for our amusement.

What a quality way to start a Monday! :p
 

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Great job there K, real nice video. I wish I was able to stay and ride with ya all on Sat. Oh well next time I'll lower my seat.
Didi you guys ride up Dog Food on Sat? THat was a nice uphill trail. Can you ride super moto uphill too??? I got find that one.
Well I'm back at work today, came back to a cubical full of boxes and peanuts, full to the top. Heres a picture.
See you all around. Thanks for the fun times on my super vacation.
Dave
 

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Kathleen in AZ
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liteandfast said:
Great job there K, real nice video. I wish I was able to stay and ride with ya all on Sat. Oh well next time I'll lower my seat.
Didi you guys ride up Dog Food on Sat? THat was a nice uphill trail. Can you ride super moto uphill too??? I got find that one.
Well I'm back at work today, came back to a cubical full of boxes and peanuts, full to the top. Heres a picture.
See you all around. Thanks for the fun times on my super vacation.
Dave
I wish my work offered a sabbatical every 7 years!!! Time for you to get back to work and earn that living. Pretty funny with the boxes in the cube :p

Yup - we rode up Dogfood on loop 2 on Saturday. From camp that's a great connection to Newham and Supermoto... Dogfood, pipeline, grunt up a short stretch of La Bomba, do a little bit of Friedland Prarie road then turn onto the super sweetness of new Newham. This route cuts off the uppermost portion of Supermoto but I was pleased to see that the route still got to go thru fern forests. It was threatening rain the whole time, but we got lucky on Sat with just a few sprinkles.

Hope your shoulder is feeling better!
 

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chongoman said:
nice video! Tenacity award goes to Doug.
Indeed! You have to admire his determination and I love how Doug is spilling all over the place with his armor planted firmly on his back :p

These trails are fine examples of when a Gravity Dropper or similar seatpost can make your ride so much more enjoyable... up, down, up, down... IMO it's the best $250 upgrade one can make to a bike!
 

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bikes4max said:
Those are some lucky dogs, that vid got me all jazzed up for next weeks Flag invasion!
Someone said this weekend that if they were to die and be reincarnated, then they'd like to come back as one of my dogs. Boojum and Joopiter are my best pals ever, always willing to wait, always happy to see me, and great road trip companions.
 

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LOL. Nice OTB James. That is a classic example of what happens when you go back to little wheels after building a 29er:)

Either that or your brakes are simply too powerful!
 

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LOL. Nice OTB James. That is a classic example of what happens when you go back to little wheels after building a 29er:)

Either that or your brakes are simply too powerful!
Nope, it's a classic example of what happens when your handlebar is not tightened enough. Rewatch the video.
 

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Tenacity award goes to Doug.
No...the Dumbf#ck award goes to me. I knew there was no helper log on the backside to the left...so what do I do? Go left. Twice. Just about the dumbest move I've done in a while (at least a week anyway :thumbsup: ). Damn good thing I didn't taco my wheel.

Thx...Doug
 

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Nope, it's a classic example of what happens when your handlebar is not tightened enough. Rewatch the video.
I was wondering what happened, as the execution looked swell. I re-watched it over and over to see if I could pin-point it but never could figure it out.:confused:

I would be a tad worried about someone stealing my dog if I took her.
 
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