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    Go forth and ride, then bring back pics

    That sign is amazing. Always an exclamation point for a fun secret trail.

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    I got ejected from the main line on NCS last night and my light tri-podding was punished by my toe catching that log; simultaneously pulling me off the back of the bike and pulling out of the ground at the same time. It all kinda happened in slow motion. There was a John Phillips Souza tune playing the background. It was quite a moment.
    This pic is all time STIL


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    Fat Lip on the way to Black Forest/Empire.

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  4. #5979
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    ^^Awesome kid stoke.

    Had the Mt. Helena ridge to myself this afternoon but ducked down Emmitt's Trail when the lightning approached a little too close for comfort. Fun descent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gravitylover View Post
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    Looks great, I really do want to rent a bike next time in NY with the fam.. where is this?

  7. #5982
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    Quote Originally Posted by joetron View Post


    I got ejected from the main line on NCS last night and my light tri-podding was punished by my toe catching that log; simultaneously pulling me off the back of the bike and pulling out of the ground at the same time. It all kinda happened in slow motion. There was a John Phillips Souza tune playing the background. It was quite a moment.
    This pic is all time STIL


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    Impressive, but what does STIL mean?

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    Quote Originally Posted by muted View Post
    Impressive, but what does STIL mean?
    Stop Taking Inside Line?

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    Ride in the desert with fastfred

    Always great to see DH and Motocross represented at the gas stations here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by muted View Post
    Impressive, but what does STIL mean?
    STIL = Steeper Than It Looks



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    Quote Originally Posted by abraham View Post
    Stop Taking Inside Line?
    Never!


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    Quote Originally Posted by yeahman View Post
    ^^Awesome kid stoke.

    Had the Mt. Helena ridge to myself this afternoon but ducked down Emmitt's Trail when the lightning approached a little too close for comfort. Fun descent.
    Nice to see you getting out yeahman, you must have found a bike! This rain has been keeping the trails nice and tacky, but lightning off the ridge = no fun!

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    Waiting for a pivot bolt from Ibis I snapped trying to torque it to spec. This thread will have to do for now

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3PinGrin View Post
    Nice to see you getting out yeahman, you must have found a bike! This rain has been keeping the trails nice and tacky, but lightning off the ridge = no fun!
    I did find a bike on Craigslist, been getting out a lot in between downpours. Considering a trip to the Highwood Mountains, ever biked there? That old Montana Singletrack book has a couple rides there and it sounds really cool and empty. Nothing shown on Trailforks though, which is odd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yeahman View Post
    I did find a bike on Craigslist, been getting out a lot in between downpours. Considering a trip to the Highwood Mountains, ever biked there? That old Montana Singletrack book has a couple rides there and it sounds really cool and empty. Nothing shown on Trailforks though, which is odd.
    I have not been to the Highwood Mountains. Haven't done much biking in MT outside of areas within short striking distance from Helena since moving here, which is unfortunate. I'm fixing to change that once my ex-wife quits spending all summer in the field across various states while I watch the dog and take care of the gardens, house, etc, ha. Vet told us our dog was done for last Fall, but she's a scrapper apparently and still going (and I'm glad for it).

    Most of my exploration off the beaten path has been in SE Idaho. My daughters grew up in SW Utah so was fortunate enough to spend a fair amount of time there too.

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    ^^ Top of my hit list. Moar pics needed please

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    Quote Originally Posted by grskier View Post
    Looks great, I really do want to rent a bike next time in NY with the fam.. where is this?
    About 1/4 mile into CT in Danbury. This spot has somewhere near 20 miles of trails, unfortunately only about 4 is legal but the rest is on unpatrolled private land and things appear to be copacetic for now so it has become incredibly popular. The trails are fantastic and worth the time spent to get to them and ride. Let me know when you're headed this way and I'll help you get set up with a bike and show you around (if you're close to me). There are so many underutilized and underrated trails in the lower Hudson Valley it's amazing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by toast2266 View Post
    Checked out some new-ish trails in Kimberley. Fun stuff up there.
    Is this off Bootleg Mountain? Heading up there on the 18th with bikes...

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    Quote Originally Posted by gravitylover View Post
    About 1/4 mile into CT in Danbury. This spot has somewhere near 20 miles of trails, unfortunately only about 4 is legal but the rest is on unpatrolled private land and things appear to be copacetic for now so it has become incredibly popular. The trails are fantastic and worth the time spent to get to them and ride. Let me know when you're headed this way and I'll help you get set up with a bike and show you around (if you're close to me). There are so many underutilized and underrated trails in the lower Hudson Valley it's amazing.
    Awesome, may fly in for a quick 4 day trip in September... will hit you up if I'm sans family, which is possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by simple View Post
    Ride in the desert with fastfred
    WAIT? Fastfred is a real person? Consider my mind blown!

    Nice work Dfinn, when you back in the states?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gcooker View Post
    Is this off Bootleg Mountain? Heading up there on the 18th with bikes...
    Yup - we rode everything at bootleg. Mostly shuttled, but we pedalled a bit too. Great trails; a bit of everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by toast2266 View Post
    Yup - we rode everything at bootleg. Mostly shuttled, but we pedalled a bit too. Great trails; a bit of everything.
    Sweet! Trails look fun. Kimberly is a great little town, i was just there with my kids for a week but we didn't have bikes with us that trip.

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