wow. hope the door didn't hit you on your way out.bobbyj0708 said:Am I high? Hardly...
I'm from Washington, the state with real trees, forests, lakes, rivers and unfortunately chicks with big fat asses and too much rain, which is why I'm now in So Cal. But if you're into barren hills that have typically been scorched by fire and you're happy with it, enjoy.
And what makes you think I haven't done every one of those rides in your pictures?
I rode Blue Mountain Thursday and it was amazing! The trails are riding great around here.ionsmuse said:<a href="https://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/h0Idb5dQGCr1Zy8vETzyYw?authkey=Gv1sRgCPHLvrud9oOOXg&feat=embedwebsite"><img src="https://lh4.ggpht.com/_A06QdYL6xw8/SkGXBWC1pUI/AAAAAAAAFj4/4Me4NRkgBNQ/s800/DSCI0010.JPG" /></a>
Beargrass is going off around here.
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The weather generally has been just gorgeous lately.
Be careful about infection. For some gnarly photos, check out conradstoltz.com and scroll down (you've been warned).Scared of Bridges said:Sometimes when you don't finish a race you come back with great stories and scars. Both will last you forever.
Craig, that Pego is yours? :arf:MendonCycleSmith said:Not MTB, but 700C.
For those not familiar, Dario builds some gorgeous bikes, one at a time, pretty much by himself. Big Leg Emma is steel frame, custom drawn Columbus tubing, to his spec, yep, those stays are steel. Stainless down tube frame stiffeners guarantee about the stiffest steel ride around, but with the best road manners you could imagine. Don't know how they do it, but this is no american crit bike. No hands, eye's closed, it almost feel like auto pilot....