Nice pics Rich. As much as I enjoy the action shots that show the moment, that last picture makes me imagine (and remember) great stories about riding.
And as much as I feel old, I have no idea about the age of those random folks.Jack Hass said:As I look at your last pic I can't help but think,
.God dam you guy are old!
lidarman said:..to get you to drool about the FFTF.
Indeed. Lindarman you pictures (As I said in your last thread) just seem to get better and better as you post....francois said:Lidarman pics are becoming like photo-john pics.
Not Fair! You pros are making us look bad.
When was that, 5-10 years ago? It was much better before getting widened and riddled with skid bumps at the bottom of the steeps. There was a day when you could easily hold 30+ going down those on a rigid bike before the trendoids who don't know what a front brake is for ruined parts of Joes Ridge.PinkyBrigade said:Joes Ridge is one of the best single track trails I have ever ridden.
I suppose one could have a "best" based on all the rides in the past. He didn't make a blanket statement saying it was the best in world--just the best he has ridden.J.D. said:Then again, "best" is a state of mind and I have yet to ride the "best". Some day when I'm old and gray, pissing a diaper in a rest home, I'll look back and say which was the "best" trail I have ridden.
I just wanted to piss in someone else's Depends for a change. Besides, if Joes is the best he has ridden, he definitely needs to get out more, especially given the current condition of Joes.lidarman said:I suppose one could have a "best" based on all the rides in the past. He didn't make a blanket statement saying it was the best in world--just the best he has ridden.
I have to say, The Singletrack is pretty narrow given all the people who ride it.