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  1. #501
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    I'll keep an eye out for dates.

    Checked out Green Woodlands in NH yesterday, pretty fun pumptrack through the woods

  2. #502
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    19 NE - It's all up from here

    Iím up for a riding weekend, dates pending.

    Worked this weekend, but brought the bike and figured I could sneak out for a ride at the end of the day. Played connect the dots with a loop around Lincoln and Waltham, hit the trails less than a mile from work. Always love finding new spots. Lots of things irritate me about Boston, but the mellow singletrack canít be beat. Click image for larger version. 

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  3. #503
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    If you ride here...we just added some more climbing to mix. Take George's out to a little loop on Paine's nearest sister peak, then rip back out. Should add a fun 1/2 hour to the Nrhtfld Lap.
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  4. #504
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    Looking like September is the best for me to do a weekend at Ascutney. How does Sept 7 & 8 look to folks? That's the weekend after Labor Day? Nothing is listed on the Ascutney Outdoor Center or STAB websites for that time.

  5. #505
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    Iím doing the Dirty on that Sunday, I might show for Saturday.
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    crab in my shoe mouth

  6. #506
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    Iím out for that weekend; Iíve got the Ride the Ridges 100k on the 8th.


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  7. #507
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    That's my birthday so the wife probably already has me tied up.

  8. #508
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    Itís incredible how quickly trails and brooks have dried up.

    It was great to see official mountain bike blazes on trees in the Manchester District of the GMNF.

  9. #509
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    So how about the following weekend- sept 14 & 15?

  10. #510
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    19 NE - It's all up from here

    Sounds good. What does an MTB blaze look like? Itís not just some yellow paint on a tree?
    crab in my shoe mouth

  11. #511
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    Blue up this way. Like Yosemite Sam "What in Blue Blazes is ******"

    Would like to do the Pizza this year, because windmills! And of course PIZZA!!!!


    Muggy fuck shit on the way. Took the day off to do some stuff around the house and ride in the last of the cool weather for a while. Should have ridden first as it rained in Granville south. At least it was cooling.


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    Camp Bisco this weekend, glad I'm not going, might as well be in Florida.
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    "If the road You followed brought you to this,of what use was the road"?

    "I have no idea what I am talking about but would be happy to share my biased opinions as fact on the matter. "
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  12. #512
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    Quote Originally Posted by buttahflake View Post
    Sounds good. What does an MTB blaze look like? Itís not just some yellow paint on a tree?
    I should have snapped a pic. They are like the Catamount Trail signs, but white, with what appears to be a skeleton wearing a football helmet riding a bike.

  13. #513
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    Jeezum H McGillicuty itís frickiní humid out. Good day for weight loss, oy!


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  14. #514
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    Boy if that statement wasn't the embodiment of the American melting pot

  15. #515
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    Dew is supposed to drop briefly overnight, get after it early.

    Ferningham Road


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    "If the road You followed brought you to this,of what use was the road"?

    "I have no idea what I am talking about but would be happy to share my biased opinions as fact on the matter. "
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  16. #516
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    Woops

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    Came into a shale chute a bit too hot at Platty last weekend, got some fat fingers and nice bump on my hand. No broken bones but getting to a Dr to see what's going on.

    Stay cool out there, next few days look hot as hell!

  17. #517
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    19 NE - It's all up from here

    Quote Originally Posted by Anospa View Post
    Woops

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    Came into a shale chute a bit too hot at Platty last weekend, got some fat fingers and nice bump on my hand. No broken bones but getting to a Dr to see what's going on.

    Stay cool out there, next few days look hot as hell!
    I remember racing DH at Spat ní Kill back in college and always leaving with some sort of injury. That place is an old school chunk fest.

    Heal up quick.

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  18. #518
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    19 NE - It's all up from here

    Quote Originally Posted by Anospa View Post
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    Came into a shale chute a bit too hot at Platty last weekend, got some fat fingers and nice bump on my hand. No broken bones but getting to a Dr to see what's going on.

    Stay cool out there, next few days look hot as hell!
    Dumbass!! JK, heal fast ya punk. Does anyone race Platty and come out unscathed? Iíve met 2 (!) people over the years who got helivacíed (!!) out of there on race day. Oy!

    Cliched but lovely shot of olí KT Tuesday:
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  19. #519
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    Quote Originally Posted by HankScorpio View Post
    I remember racing DH at Spat n’ Kill back in college and always leaving with some sort of injury. That place is STILL an old school chunk fest.

    Heal up quick.
    Added in bold above

    So that almost inch of rain the last two days did nothing to soften things up. At the end of the day today it's just about back to hardpan. Fkn weird after such an incredibly wet spring how quickly it dried out.

  20. #520
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    Despite the forecast of today being muggy and gross, it was another stellar day. Brought a buddy to Bradbury for his 40th then to engage in some local drinking at Goodfire. I hadnít ridden Bradbury in two years and itís amazing how little it has changed. Places like Falmouth, Gorham, and Yarmouth have all expanded exponentially over the same period of time.

    Tomorrow doesnít look as promising.

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    Him on the big bridge on Regan
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    Meta - super drinkable dipa
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  21. #521
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    4 hour grind in the heat of the day yesterday. Suffering is the greatest gift of Mountain Biking. The new route out to the tower is still a ball-buster. Paine delivers.

  22. #522
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    Sweating balls off in the MRV this weekend and drinking too much to hydrate
    Low lines

    High lines and new trail

  23. #523
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    Rode Mt. Peg in Woodstock today and boy, the trails didnít disappoint.

    The approach to this is off a cool rock roller. Itís innocuous enough but the descent is steep.

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  24. #524
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    19 NE - It's all up from here

    ^^^looks impressive, Iíve been meaning to get down to check that out, maybe next week.

    Had a great dawn ride at Millstone this morning. Been a hell of a summer for riding bikes.

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    Rooted ride is only 10 days away, just hoping all this riding is enough prep so I donít die.


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  25. #525
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    19 NE - It's all up from here

    PSA- there is a ton of broken glass on at least a mile-long stretch of one of the main loops at Breakheart Reservation in Saugus MA. This is the singletrack loop that parallels the Ridge hiking trail with red blazes.

    It was such a nice day to ride, perfect weather and conditions

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