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  1. #126
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    It does climb really well.

  2. #127
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    So, the knolly is rad when ridden hard, but when timid and unsure its not very forgiving.

  3. #128
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    Seattle
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    Rode the Ft. Ebey/Kettles trails this weekend. Haven't been here in 10 years. Fun XC network.

  4. #129
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  5. #130
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    So this happened today... notice the dude at the end...


  6. #131
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    Went for more of a backcountry-esque ride this past weekend and caught the weather and view just perfect. View from the top of Alpine Baldy.
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    Took the dog along. I wanted to hike into a lake at the top, but ended up getting a little turned around down the wrong drainage so had to scramble out of that which killed about 90 minutes. Then the descent back to the car was a really long super fast descent... too long and fast for my pup so i was having to stop every 1 minute of descent to let him catch up, walk for 3 minutes then ride for another minute and repeat. He was fully beat at the car.
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    I had lunch, had a smoke and then decided on a quick 20 minute nap in the woods. As i was laying there i looked up and realized that the whole forest was covered in moss... but only starting like 20 ft up. Im guessing its probably because the snowpack is 15-20ft deep for 4-5 months out of the year? Anyways, good to put a big day in out in a more backcountry setting than im usually riding bikes in. You don't always have to ride the ripping trails to have a good day out on the bike. Next week ill go back to shuttleing and digging.

  7. #132
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  8. #133
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    Nice shots. I need to check out the new stuff at Tokul. Happy to help dig too. No Service was running primo today. Kinda bittersweet though. Shit should be buried in snow.

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