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Hi from Oklahoma

Discussion in 'Beginners Forum' started by Okcbiker, Oct 18, 2015.

  1. Okcbiker

    Okcbiker Chimp

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    New to biking and just about anything to do with bicycling. I currently have a cheap walmart bike that Ive have for a decade and use it on a local trail. Perhaps one day ill finally upgrade.
     

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  2. Jm_

    Jm_ Turbo Monkey

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    Cool, I've done a bit of riding in OK and I go back there for work a few times a year. Now I got a bike-case and I may take my rig with me. I cut my teeth in SW OK riding the old 14MOH course when it was a thing (in addition to all sorts of places on Fort Sill, some I may not have been supposed to be riding in at the time). It's long since gone away I believe and the trails have been reclaimed as far as I know. The trails out at Snyder though are cool and worth the trip, also some places around OKC obviously too.
     
  3. johnbryanpeters

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  4. Tom Ritchey's Moustache

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    I seem to recall having some great times on the trails around Lake Thunderbird near Norman. Clean your bike right away, though. That red clay doesn't come off easily once it sets in there.