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  1. #426
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vt-Freeheel View Post
    Laps has been assimilated into the gravel hive.

    Love the Cochrans grind, some of the downhills are very filling.

    Super nice out last night in the backyard fern garden.

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    Only got the gravel bike to ride when the trails are wet, but have been enjoying it too much. Nice to have options!

    That fern garden is killer!


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    Perfer et obdura, hic dolor olim utior tibi. -Ovid

  2. #427
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    Some pics from the season so far:

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  3. #428
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    Had to go by the Ct shore for some family stuff and stopped at a place I've never been...Miller's Pond in Durham. Super challenging especially after yesterdays rain and I gingerly walked some sketchy rocks way over my pay grade.

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    #nofilter

  5. #430
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    Nice day!
    Wednesday Night Gravel Ride was awesome. Somewhere in Plymouth VT
    I’m the dork with the blue Strava Jersey.

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    crab in my shoe mouth

  6. #431
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    Have barely gotten out to ride so far this summer, but following some overcommittedness and a ski trip I'm so pumped to be mashing pedals for the next few months in NE. A new frame doesn't hurt neither .


    Riding it for the first time tonight, can't wait!!

    Also big ups to Anospa for podiuming at the Blue Mountain Enduro this past weekend. Fine fine work! It will be much harder to kick your ass at Killington than I had planned, but I'm coming for ya!!

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    "We're in the eye of a shiticane here Julian, and Ricky's a low shit system!" - Jim Lahey, RIP

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  7. #432
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    Quote Originally Posted by buttahflake View Post
    Nice day!
    Wednesday Night Gravel Ride was awesome. Somewhere in Plymouth VT
    I’m the dork with the blue Strava Jersey.

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    Center dude with green helmet gets it.

  8. #433
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    Quote Originally Posted by jackstraw View Post
    Center dude with green helmet gets it.
    Seriously. Put some shorts on, dudes.

    On another note, it looks like the RAS Ride on Saturday has two new routes. The 40 miler is now DOWN Johnson Hill Rd and UP Jenny Coolidge Rd. The 50 miler has less class IV road/more pavement and almost 5500' of elevation.

  9. #434
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    Quote Originally Posted by jackstraw View Post
    Center dude with green helmet gets it.
    That’s the Godfather of Gravel right there, Overland supreme leader.

    And yes, very happy that the traditional 40 with class 4 is being run in reverse this year at the RAS! Johnson Hill is brutal, it just is, so happy to be riding down it this year.
    crab in my shoe mouth

  10. #435
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    Quote Originally Posted by WaistDeepGroomers View Post
    Have barely gotten out to ride so far this summer, but following some overcommittedness and a ski trip I'm so pumped to be mashing pedals for the next few months in NE. A new frame doesn't hurt neither .


    Riding it for the first time tonight, can't wait!!

    Also big ups to Anospa for podiuming at the Blue Mountain Enduro this past weekend. Fine fine work! It will be much harder to kick your ass at Killington than I had planned, but I'm coming for ya!!

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    Might wanna throw some cranks on that beast, then we'll talk!

  11. #436
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    Quote Originally Posted by snowday View Post
    Had to go by the Ct shore for some family stuff and stopped at a place I've never been...Miller's Pond in Durham. Super challenging especially after yesterdays rain and I gingerly walked some sketchy rocks way over my pay grade.
    That's scrublover's local trails. I need to get over there, it really looks like fun.

  12. #437
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anospa View Post
    Might wanna throw some cranks on that beast, then we'll talk!
    Was really hoping to win the push bike category this year, but reluctantly asked the LBS to put cranks on it today
    "We're in the eye of a shiticane here Julian, and Ricky's a low shit system!" - Jim Lahey, RIP

    Former Managing Editor @ TGR, forever mag.

  13. #438
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    For all of you attending NEMBAfest this weekend. Have a great time!

    Aim for the chopping block. If you aim for the wood, you will have nothing. Aim past the wood, aim through the wood.
    http://tim-kirchoff.pixels.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by From_the_NEK View Post
    For all of you attending NEMBAfest this weekend. Have a great time!

    We get it dude, nice pic and all. Are you gonna post it in every thread?
    Where’s the bike leaning on something?
    Go on Now
    crab in my shoe mouth

  15. #440
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    ^^^Seriously, that picture in no way tells me what speaker is best

    Roooocking pic. I got this one the other night:
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  16. #441
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    I had a big route planned to day connecting Cady Hill to Littler River to Trapp but an active landslide in Little River cut my route a bit short. A park ranger I talked to said the trail that slid was "done." 32 miles ended up being mere 23. Still another perfect day for riding bikes in VT.

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  17. #442
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    Quote Originally Posted by buttahflake View Post
    We get it dude, nice pic and all. Are you gonna post it in every thread?
    Where’s the bike leaning on something?
    Go on Now


    That photo is actually NEMBAfest specific as it shows the actual location of the festival (fields in the middle ground).
    Not everyone in this sub fourum reads the ECRC and/or the photography thread.

    And the damn mosquitoes, black flies, and deer flys are so thick right now that it isn't worth stopping to take a photo of my bike just so you can jerk off to it.
    Aim for the chopping block. If you aim for the wood, you will have nothing. Aim past the wood, aim through the wood.
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  18. #443
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    19 NE - It's all up from here

    Struck a nerve, did I? Only beaters and “people” from canaduh go to nemba.
    Take a lap, make it two.
    crab in my shoe mouth

  19. #444
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    Salty steve must not be gettin' 'is rides in . Some day you'll hit me up after the Wednesday ride, 'cause I ain't never goin' out with you climbtime maniacs

    As for NEMBAFest, I'm pretty claustrophobic, so big events like that are not my speed. That said, it's always looked like a ball if that's yer thing, and I imagine it's a good number of folks first time up there to ride. It did kill VMBAfest, which I'm sad about only 'cause it was a bummer for my local spot. C'est la vie I guess.

    After beating back a chest infection (thanks school), I got out for my first ride this week in the forests of Dorchester, NH. That place is soooo damn pleasant on a crisp day- views popping out all the time and flow fer miles.

    Cheers beaters. See y'all out there whilst doing laps (many folds to lose).

    GO RAPINOE! FKNA USA!

  20. #445
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    Just finished a full growler of my IPA while watching the US World Cup win. Have pity on me during tomorrow’s RAS ride. I beg of you.

  21. #446
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    Git it boys!

  22. #447
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    Pouring all damn morning...faak!

  23. #448
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    Got out for a quick sunset ride last night, still hot out. Summer is here.

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    19 NE - It's all up from here

    Good times at the RAS! Peruvian parked right next to me, great seeing him there. 38 miles 4,024vert and long, tough, muddy ClassIV sections, finished in 2:44:52. Really enjoyed the reverse direction this year.
    What a great event, great food, including whoopie pies! Beverages, including a couple of sleeves of beer, and some very drinkable kombucha all included! And a tight bluegrass band killing it.
    Do this ride next year!
    crab in my shoe mouth

  25. #450
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    Super fun ride. Lessons learned:
    -Clydesdales have rights too
    -always choose the electrolyte drink
    -knowing the folks at the feed stations will slow your roll but increases the smiles
    -yapping away with buds for 40 miles helps keep your feet going in circles.

    The kid that won in 2:19 is the BF of my friend’s daughter. He rode back to their house, pulled out his road bike and went for a training ride.

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