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  • #16
    Sundays ride: elevation 12,100' on the Continental Divide

    captainwelch: love those shots, right on!
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    • #17
      todays ride:

      pics!
      If everything's under control, you're going too slow

      I trust in those:

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      • #18
        these are from earlier today at a campground we are staying at in upstate ny. It was my first time off pavement with my 36er, and it i totally love it !!!!!!

        sorry if they are a little dark, it is a old camera and it is dusk
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        http://andyunicycles.blogspot.com/

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        • #19
          That first one looks really good! Like a painting.
          Did you know that lighter flame smells like burnt nose hair?
          Entropy isn't what it used to be.

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          • #20
            Chester Bikeathon

            I rode the Chester Bikeathon with my family today. It was very windy.

            (I've included the photo of Sam on his bike to try to give an indication of how windy it was - he had to lean into the side wind to avoid being blown over)
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            Cathy

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            • #21
              Here's a pic from my ride late today, in the Wombat State Forest (Victoria, Australia). Our house is just on one edge of the forest which works out great for regular muni/cross country adventures. The forest is pretty big all up, about 70 000ha I think, and contains lots of dirt tracks of all shapes and sizes, lots of hills too.

              My favorite uni atm for forest rides is the 29" with 150mm cranks, not fast on flats but awesome in the hills. I don't especially like the Klaw tire in the wetter winter conditions in the forest atm, though I can only compare it to the feel of 3.0 tire on my 24" which I love to bits so have ordered a Rampage 2.35 and Mountain King 2.4 for the 29.

              I don't know where the track in the pic ends up yet, it begins about an hour or so from home and I've only ridden a few km's down it, but I'm hoping it will end up part of a nice long forest loop. I met some (moto) trail bike riders on this stretch of track over the weekend - it was hard to tell if the look on their faces was amazement, pity or just 'man you are NUTS'

              Last edited by lunicycle; 2008-06-23, 10:47 AM.
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              • #22
                Originally posted by cathwood
                I rode the Chester Bikeathon with my family today. It was very windy.

                (I've included the photo of Sam on his bike to try to give an indication of how windy it was - he had to lean into the side wind to avoid being blown over)
                By the way, you can do the same thing on here as GK described on the other forum, so that the pictures appear in the post .
                1-wheeled-grape: ''I could never do yoga... I'm too fat I was forced to do it in primary school and the results were by no means fun'' ... ''If my belly doesn't scare me though no nakedness will''

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                • #23
                  this is from my ride on saturday the 21st at the snowy mountains in NSW, Austraila.



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                  • #24
                    Wow, that's beautiful.
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                    • #25
                      I don't have any pics, but this was my last ride in March:

                      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AGAW9_gdfnA
                      Last edited by Michea; 2008-06-23, 03:17 PM.
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                      • #26
                        Beautiful winter afternoon in this part of the world so I headed back into the forest on the 29 to check out a few more of the old fire trails:

                        Last edited by lunicycle; 2008-06-25, 07:05 AM.
                        Pete

                        MUni & MTB, Victoria Australia
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                        KH36 Rollercoaster MUni | GUni Gear Shifting

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                        • #27
                          Interesting trials ride. Traveled off-course a bit.
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                          It's OK; luckily my neck broke my fall.


                          My latest video

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                          • #28
                            That's bad.

                            On second thoughts, would you actually be allowed to do that?!
                            1-wheeled-grape: ''I could never do yoga... I'm too fat I was forced to do it in primary school and the results were by no means fun'' ... ''If my belly doesn't scare me though no nakedness will''

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                            • #29
                              I doubt it.

                              When I was around 14, I was in Egypt and went to see the pyramids. I made a run for the top of Tutankhamun's pyramid, but was stopped about quarter way by angry arabs on camelbacks shouting abuse at me.

                              Besides, that sphynx is quite large, and I'm not too sure how accessible it is. I've seen it from about fifty metres away, but that was a looong time ago. I wasn't really looking for trials lines back then.

                              Edit: sorry, not very factual. It more likely was the Great Pyramid of Giza. Tutankhamun didn't have a pyramid, apparently.
                              Last edited by ivan; 2008-06-25, 12:30 PM.
                              Did you know that lighter flame smells like burnt nose hair?
                              Entropy isn't what it used to be.

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                              • #30
                                here's a funny one

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                                Friendship is like peeing on yourself: everyone can see it, but only you get the warm feeling that it brings.

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