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  1. #3001
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dantheman View Post
    Sweet, when will he be there? I can't believe the progress Sam has made in the last couple weeks. 3 weeks ago he had yet to hit the airbag and would would only timidly roll that jump. Last night was the first time he had even gotten his front tire onto the tranny, and only a few jumps later he's boosting it to the moon like that. No way he would have done that without all the airbag reps he's gotten in lately.
    Tuesday's. Just stoked for him to get some winter riding and hopefully a little confidence.

  2. #3002
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ID:	197779Maiden voyage for the Framed Wolftrax today. Felt more like early spring today than winter though.

  3. #3003
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    St George got a new little trail zone. The main trail is called Kentucky Lucky Chicken. It's short but really chunky and fun, good both directions but probably best clockwise. There's also a couple of jump lines sort-of-but-not-very-well hidden in there too, pretty long and lots of jumps.


  4. #3004
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    ^^^ Nice, I saw KLC on trailforks before we passed through last time. Ended up checking out something else, Babylon to Purgatory instead. That was a pretty fun one with one of the longer continuous descents I've done in the area.


    A few from last week's ride, playing in the rocks:





    Water flowing in Socal is always a welcome thing


    Well, almost always. Makes the rides a bit spicy at times, though

  5. #3005
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    Sooo close. Two days before he hadn't even rolled this one yet. He tried so hard too, after 20+ attempts and soaking in sweat I made him call it a night. Seriously prideworthy determination.


  6. #3006
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    Tried fat biking a few times lately





    It's not bad. One of the golf courses groomed some trails and keeps the bar/restaurant open for everyone. Fairly flat, I'm not sure I would do that every day. We have some groomed fatbike trails outside of town that might be a little more interesting to ride. Been raining all weekend so I'm not sure how they're riding now.
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  7. #3007
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    This place needs more bacon...


  8. #3008
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    So hot right now
    the drugs made me realize it's not about the drugs

  9. #3009
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    evdog made the trip east to Phoenix this past weekend. We shuttled the Black Canyon Trail north to south from Orme rd to Emery Henderson trailhead, 75 miles-o-fun.

    Full ride report is here: BCT: Orme to EH

    Here, Evan nails a tough switchback with a view.
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  10. #3010
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    Quote Originally Posted by schillingsworth View Post
    evdog made the trip east to Phoenix this past weekend. We shuttled the Black Canyon Trail north to south from Orme rd to Emery Henderson trailhead, 75 miles-o-fun.

    Full ride report is here: BCT: Orme to EH

    Here, Evan nails a tough switchback with a view.
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    So green and wet, nice time to be there. 75 miles in a day on that trail is big.

  11. #3011
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    Went hoggin
    the drugs made me realize it's not about the drugs

  12. #3012
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    Despite it being in the 30's today, my buddy and I went out to the local flow trails to mess around this afternoon and take some pictures.

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  13. #3013
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    Go forth and ride, then bring back pics

    ^^Fun and great shots as always!

  14. #3014
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    Noice.

    I keep telling myself I should just drive town to utah for a few days in the winter or when there's wildfire smoke choking the valley.

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    Quote Originally Posted by commonlaw View Post
    If I took a principled stand on every aspect of my life, I'd be too busy to live it.

  18. #3018
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    BCT with Schillingsworth a couple weekends ago.



    I got rained out on Saturday, then rode Palm springs on Sunday. 2/3 days riding wasn't bad when San diego was getting pummeled by rain all weekend

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  20. #3020
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    I don't post here often anymore but you bet my love of biking still runs strong, especially now that Sam is getting bigger. At seven I didn't think we'd be as far along riding with him as we are so I'm STOKED! I'd rather ride than ski any day now
    Riding trails we love close to home and riding and camping in the desert where we also love.
    The kid is killing it.
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    you sketchy character, you

  21. #3021
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    Nice to see you again AC. You should come out to play with us more often.

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    Had to get outta here for a minute.












  23. #3023
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    Quote Originally Posted by gravitylover View Post
    Nice to see you again AC. You should come out to play with us more often.
    I'll try. I'm much more of an Instagram user than anything these days.
    I miss you people on here though...Well, I miss the old days but I know DTM posts here a lot so I try to look every few weeks
    you sketchy character, you

  24. #3024
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    Breached the Orange Curtain today for a ride in the Santa Anas, Trabuco to Bell Ridge

    Ride starts with a 5 mile climb up Trabuco Creek Rd then 2500ft up Trabuco trail.



    Climb is steep enough that the scrabbly surface is hard to climb. We HAB'd a number of sections



    The view half way up



    Bell Ridge Trail follows undulations of the ridge regardless how steep. Results in about 10 hike a bikes up steep pitches



    It was a bit buggy out. Flies are out for sure, time to start packing the head net



    Bell Ridge in all its glory



    Steep HABs lead to steep descents



    Riding through a burn area from last year





    Ended with a frustratingly steep and rutten descent down Dingdong back to the road. Golf balls over ball bearings over hardpack with a rut down the middle of the steep ass trail is not my forte, so I walked some of it!

    Good day out, definitely a beat down.

  25. #3025
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    79 degrees and sunny and windy in SLC yesterday.
    If we aren't skiing, we might as well ride.
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    you sketchy character, you

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