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i highly recommend people read 'It's All About Access' in this current months edition of Mountain Bike Action.

i really don't get too much into buying mags, but at a bar in Quilcene me, and some pals were blabbing about Wilderness and trail access. Oly was there and he suggested i check out this months edition of Mountain Bike Action. i picked one up tonight, it's a good read, i'm passing on the suggestion.
 

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Skookum said:
i highly recommend people read 'It's All About Access' in this current months edition of Mountain Bike Action.

i really don't get too much into buying mags, but at a bar in Quilcene me, and some pals were blabbing about Wilderness and trail access. Oly was there and he suggested i check out this months edition of Mountain Bike Action. i picked one up tonight, it's a good read, i'm passing on the suggestion.
What's the summary of the article if you don't mind? I subscribe to BIKE mag instead, though dealing with the "Wilderness" issue hear in Oregon. The state has been proposing a large section of longstanding primo mtb trails that are partly maintained by PUMP (Portland United Mountain Pedalers) east of Mt. Hood to become a Wilderness area closed to bikes. This would be terrifying for any mt. biker in Hood River, Portland, and the NW for that matter.
 

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jgusta said:
What's the summary of the article if you don't mind? I subscribe to BIKE mag instead, though dealing with the "Wilderness" issue hear in Oregon. The state has been proposing a large section of longstanding primo mtb trails that are partly maintained by PUMP (Portland United Mountain Pedalers) east of Mt. Hood to become a Wilderness area closed to bikes. This would be terrifying for any mt. biker in Hood River, Portland, and the NW for that matter.
It covers that topic, i understand your unwillingness to buy MBA. i haven't bought any mags for years, and i'm not telling anyone to get a subscription or anything. If you got some time, go down to Borders, grab a coffee, pull the mag off the stands and read it for the article if you don't want to fork over the 4 bucks. :p
 

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Ok, that kicks serious arse!!

Something's weird though. I've got that same edition sitting on my nightstand and I don't remember reading an article about Wilderness access. Did I miss something there? What page?

I did, however, enjoy Jimmy Mac's article about "meeting max". :p Also there was a nice shootout on the 36, 66 and Nixon - although I think the 66 isn't comparable to the other two and they should've used the "All Mountain" or the Z1 FR instead.

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That's not the right issue. January 2006 is the issue.
 

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Now you tell me, I just wasted 20 e-minutes looking for that article. Thought it might have been buried in the "RC" section.
 

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Now you tell me, I just wasted 20 e-minutes looking for that article. Thought it might have been buried in the "RC" section.
Wasn't sure which issue you were referring to either. For 15.00 you can get a year of MBA online. That's a pretty good deal.
 

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Glad you mentioned it first. I had a lap top gathering dust in the house and then the computer geek showed me how to set it up for wireless. I bought a new battery and now I can go anwywher in the house. I think it cost about $30 to set it up. My wife might be the first to try the bathroom.
 

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i think Dirtrag has better paper for wiping.... :D :D :D :D
 
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