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tateb said:
Hammerfest? I thought you were calling it a "Sketchfest".:thumbsup: Good pics as always.
Allow me to elaborate. It was only a sketcfest in certain spots, and they were fun. It probably didn't seem like a hammerfest to you non-fat guys, but it was to me. Glad you made it last minute, dude.
 

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It's about time we see a real Bear at the Bear Crossing signs...LOL! Looks like you guys had a fun time! Nice jersey, Ted...I like that!:thumbsup:
 

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I also thought it was a rockin' day.

I dunno if I'm lazy or what, if switching back to flat pedals was the thing, but surely was a good feeling amount of climbing.

The downhills just rip too, silly fun!

I'll definitely be back.

Aformentioned GPS recorded over 3000' of climbing, which I believe, in a total 10.9 miles, which is not sny snivelling little amount.





Above image may be clicked to get a larger version

If anyone cares, the coordinate for the "Geisinger" waypoint in the map is N40.97491 W76.60301, and there is a Google Earth File to fetch if you care to.

I didn't get many pixels, relying upon Nank' to handle that for the most part, but did get a couple from a different perspective ...





 

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Great Post!...

...Looks like the day was super fun. You have a bit less snow down your way. We got out and it was pretty challenging riding...slipping sliding and push through some serious resistance at times....also ran into a couple of small game hunters. The pictures of the log over are my favorite. The bears usual fine job on the GPS really gives a "view" into what the riding at Geisinger is like...some big time climbing!
 

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Maria gave it to me as an anniversary present a couple years ago may, the day before I was doing a 12 hour endurance craziness.

My GPS is a Garmin Edge 705, the thing it has over most other gps I've used, in this way, is that I can set it to record a waypoint every second regardless of speed of motion (or lack thereof). It just works great.

Especially considering it was buried in my camelback, and it is intended to be handlebar-stem mounted. :^P
 

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That's some rock'in stuff and a great info thread...

... thanks as always to all.

I've never ever rode with clips... EVER! NEVER WILL EITHER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!... LOL

3000 FEET

Where's the Freek'in escalator??????????
 

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bear said:
Maria gave it to me as an anniversary present a couple years ago may, the day before I was doing a 12 hour endurance craziness.

My GPS is a Garmin Edge 705, the thing it has over most other gps I've used, in this way, is that I can set it to record a waypoint every second regardless of speed of motion (or lack thereof). It just works great.

Especially considering it was buried in my camelback, and it is intended to be handlebar-stem mounted. :^P
Nice avatar, dude. That's freakin great. I love it. Long live the bear!!!!
 
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