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ok, i see people glide over that effing stone as if it were a six inch curb. i get half way up & my wrinkles pucker up and that's it. either direction... doesn't matter.

i will eventually get over it & look like i know what i'm doing.. resistance is futile. the bfr will be assimilated.

same thing with that little ten foot g-out on land mine a couple hundred yards past the fire station trail head on the north side of town ... it too will be assimilated
 

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castersup said:
ok, i see people glide over that effing stone as if it were a six inch curb. i get half way up & my wrinkles pucker up and that's it. either direction... doesn't matter.

i will eventually get over it & look like i know what i'm doing.. resistance is futile. the bfr will be assimilated.

same thing with that little ten foot g-out on land mine a couple hundred yards past the fire station trail head on the north side of town ... it too will be assimilated
Heh, momentum is your friend for that rock. I find that sometimes I try to haul ass over it headed towards the road and have to remember to get back on the sadlle a little more.

That G out on Land mine use to be alot easier. Its dug out pretty good now and I think I have choked on it the last few times:madman:
 
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