I got that part down, it is the falling when I can't get out of them. First 12 mile ride I fell 8 times with no technical moves... second 12 mile ride I fell once and was actually going over logs and through rock gardens. We'll see how it goes tonight.yogreg said:put your clipless pedals to good work and start pedaling circles/ you will go twice as fast.
I don't mind a little hard ridin, heck, I rode my 35+lb'er up 2200 to Killington peak on a weekly basis last summer. But I'm definitely not in the race-ready cat. either lol I'll keep an eye on the VT,NH,ME posts and let u guys know if I have a ride I'm puttin together or can get over to a NH ride. I've never hit any of those trails yet... I'll be lookin fer partners since my bro is movin out to be a State Park ranger, which means 1 day off a week for him. I could never do that to my bike, especially if I was on an IH SGS like he is... heheminkhiller said:I'm in the " not so far" from VT section of NH. Someday, somewhere there needs to be a VT presence at a group ride. Home or away game makes no difference to me. Our rides are mellow at the back, where I always end up.
Yes, the Saber will be getting a workout later today. Watch out all you wet staircases and knarly curbs. lol.minkhiller said:I thought this freekin rain was going to be over by now. Just looked at the doppler radar and it looks to be done in a hour to hour and a half. Maybe a road ride if things dry out later.
I live on the NH/ME border, and I'll make it to KT dammit!Severum said:Group ride with a authentic Vermonter? OMG! I say we get something going in the waterbury area. The problem here is getting the Maine and our single Mass guy to come along. I know YoGreg would rock out a Waterbury ride though.
I would jump for joy if we had a KTA group ride. Again, it would be nearly impossible to get the Maine guys up there.