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Jaybo said:
Those baby butt smooth trails might break it ;)

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Wow fellas, I think Jaybo just gave us a compliment while taking a poke at Turner. You know, even though we put so much time and hard work into producing handicap accessible golfcart paths at WhyPass; Turner frames will still fail.

Awesome!

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cazloco said:
Wow fellas, I think Jaybo just gave us a compliment while taking a poke at Turner. You know, even though we put so much time and hard work into producing handicap accessible golfcart paths at WhyPass; Turner frames will still fail.

Awesome!

Caz
I was just grateful to hear him say he wouldn't ride there.

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hmmmm...

cazloco said:
Wow fellas, I think Jaybo just gave us a compliment while taking a poke at Turner. You know, even though we put so much time and hard work into producing handicap accessible golfcart paths at WhyPass; Turner frames will still fail.

Awesome!

Caz

He wouldn't know about breaking frames or WhipeAss's abilities to do things to people, bikes, relationships. When am I going to get the credit for breaking stuff and not WhipeAss. I've worked really hard to break some of the stuff I've broken...

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When am I going to get the credit for breaking stuff and not WhipeAss. I've worked really hard to break some of the stuff I've broken...

Brock...
Does someone need another non-sexual congratulatory pat on the ass?

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cazloco said:
Does someone need another non-sexual congratulatory pat on the ass?
NON-sexual?!? then forget it. I wanna grab a big ol' hunk of that Clydesdale man-cheek to congratulate him. :D
 

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Nah, I would ride there....

Sparticus said:
I was just grateful to hear him say he wouldn't ride there.


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I have heard it is kind of like Rocky Point minus the DOD riders ;)

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I live in the general Eugene area and have heard about Whypass on the DOD message boards for some time. You guys have really peaked my curiosity about Whypass. Alas I've never actually been able to find out where or exactly what Whypass is. So just where are these trails? What are they like? Is this the BLM trail complex west of Eugene people talk about? Also how might I get there? I've been riding a long time but only recently have I bought myself a decent rail bike. Now I am iching to ride some new trails! Would like to get into doing some trail work as well. Seems like a cool thing to do. As long as I don't have to burn a ton of gas to get there or haft to deal with poison oak that is! LAter,

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Well...

renegaderains said:
I live in the general Eugene area and have heard about Whypass on the DOD message boards for some time. You guys have really peaked my curiosity about Whypass...
You are already half-way there! We do not post directions to WhipeAss, period. We are always happy to show folks around there though. At this time of year there are folks riding there pretty much every weekend so finding an opportunity to be shown around should not be too difficult. It is not the BLM land west of Eugina. WhipeAss is near Lorane.

WhipeAss is an XC riding area that has some fun aspects to it as well.

Post up on the message board for someone to give you a guided tour. We can meet you in Lorane and show you the goods. New comers have to bring (good) beer. Seriously.

Brock...

PS: FYI, PBR, Bud, Coors, MGD, Weinhard's, Mickey's and Icehouse (amongst others) are *not* good beers.
 

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Good policy I wouldn't post directions to any of my riding haunts online ether! Will post on the DOD message board as soon as things dry out a bit. Still gun-shy about totally gunking up my new Blur LT. Would just take my 03 hard rock winter bike but it stinks on trails. Too heavy and long it's mainly set up for gravel roads. Not to mention the fact that I've never bothered to buy a bike rack. I do not what that much muck in the back of my Cherokee! Thanks for the heads up on beer brands that are garbage. I've had a total of one and a half beers in my 4+ years of 21+!
Rode the 20 miles out to the Fall Creek area from my folks place on Lost Creek Thursday. The lower section of trail was garbage but the middle section was great! Was going to hit the upper section of F.C.T. alas I ran out of time. I was having too much fun and forgot about having to ride 25 mies home! By the time I got home it was very dark and very cold. Stll it was the best of of the year thus far.



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With as much sun as we have been getting Whypass is not as muddy as you might think. Although after last night it is not so much muddy but has a nice thin layer of slickness that likes to gunk up the wheels. Give it another day or so and you might stay mostly clean.
 

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2morrow said:
With as much sun as we have been getting Whypass is not as muddy as you might think. Although after last night it is not so much muddy but has a nice thin layer of slickness that likes to gunk up the wheels. Give it another day or so and you might stay mostly clean.
Stage 6 of Whypass. The realization that WhyPass rides best during and or after a good long rain. The rain washes away the WhyPass' legendary nice thin layer of slickness that likes to gunk up the wheels.

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If this week is anywhere near as good as it's supposed to be Friday might be the day. Or perhaps Sunday. I'm gone for all of next Saturday. I guess it all depends on rain and mud.




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