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Hey everyone, I was poking around the intarsurfs and ran across the CDCC website. Actually, it's been there a while but it had been pretty inactive (in no small part due to my own damn self). Anyway, I finally sat down and finished it for Kent and the boys, now they have the keys to drive and hopefully they'll keep it rockin' into '06! But the won't be able to without our support, so head on over to the site, check it out, sign up for the site (login) to recieve email updates and such, download a waiver and a registration form and get invloved!

http://www.cdcc.org/

Also, registered users SHOULD be able to upload photos and such to the Gallery, but it's been a little buggy. Reply here if it needs fixed and I'll figure something out. And one more thing; I hesitated putting a forum on the site, because there are already SO many forums out there: here, Ridemonkey, Trail Central, etc. But now I'm thinking it wouldn't be a bad idea, so that more focused discussion of the Front Range DH-type issues can have a proper place to be. What do you guys think?
 

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Full Trucker said:
Hey everyone, I was poking around the intarsurfs and ran across the CDCC website. Actually, it's been there a while but it had been pretty inactive (in no small part due to my own damn self). Anyway, I finally sat down and finished it for Kent and the boys, now they have the keys to drive and hopefully they'll keep it rockin' into '06! But the won't be able to without our support, so head on over to the site, check it out, sign up for the site (login) to recieve email updates and such, download a waiver and a registration form and get invloved!

http://www.cdcc.org/

Also, registered users SHOULD be able to upload photos and such to the Gallery, but it's been a little buggy. Reply here if it needs fixed and I'll figure something out. And one more thing; I hesitated putting a forum on the site, because there are already SO many forums out there: here, Ridemonkey, Trail Central, etc. But now I'm thinking it wouldn't be a bad idea, so that more focused discussion of the Front Range DH-type issues can have a proper place to be. What do you guys think?
Nice - that lame, crappy action pic of my new v-10 made the cover page! LOL!

Oh yeah - and the site looks great! Thanks for getting it set up. I think that the CDCC could possibly be a good organization to get local gravity riders' voices heard.
 

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nice

Much thanks to Mr. Chute for creating another sweet looking website. Evan came over and showed me how to use all the stuff to keep everyone updated, so check back as I'll be posting alot of stuff over the next few days.
 

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Full Trucker said:
Hey everyone, I was poking around the intarsurfs and ran across the CDCC website. Actually, it's been there a while but it had been pretty inactive (in no small part due to my own damn self). Anyway, I finally sat down and finished it for Kent and the boys, now they have the keys to drive and hopefully they'll keep it rockin' into '06! But the won't be able to without our support, so head on over to the site, check it out, sign up for the site (login) to recieve email updates and such, download a waiver and a registration form and get invloved!

http://www.cdcc.org/

Also, registered users SHOULD be able to upload photos and such to the Gallery, but it's been a little buggy. Reply here if it needs fixed and I'll figure something out. And one more thing; I hesitated putting a forum on the site, because there are already SO many forums out there: here, Ridemonkey, Trail Central, etc. But now I'm thinking it wouldn't be a bad idea, so that more focused discussion of the Front Range DH-type issues can have a proper place to be. What do you guys think?
spellcheck on the website pages...
 
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