Wheel in a hole and your over the bars. Ive been sitting on the couch for a year and love it. and @ 197 lbs there is a weight penalty. (When ever I do decide to ride again). Yes. I do love my SNUGGIE!
Sheessh. some peaple
This is Jeremy. I missed Snowshoe all year, but we rode together last year a short bit with me on the gray King Fisher. I bought the RM for the fork But its still a solid bike, so thats what Im riding.
Sounds like you need to come down to this so called "mud pond". There shall be several kickers @ the bottom with one 30' back from that rock slab so one can use it as a transition. We also have a mini van to use as a table top and even an espresso bar featuring live music every Thursday night...
I know the Sherando area very well. It is the total package. Any type of rock garden you want, fun swooping turns, fast smooth roller coaster single track, a couple of drops. If you are shuttling, go to Bald mt. (mile marker 21 or so) on the parkway, take a right @ the T and look for the trail...
It seems too frequent that someone on these forums knows more about weather trends and trail conditions hrs away from there computer than the local.
I intend to use pneumatic tires this time @ tha Nut. as I feel we all should. It is possible to beat yourself down the mt. on a rim, but who wants...
Im sorry your bike was stolen, and I hope you find it.
My bike was also stolen this past weekend. It is an Azonic Steel Head. It has an old chrome Marzocchi qr20 and some Rocky Mt. componets
I do drink. I do go out, sometimes I go to movies and I dont judge people who dont or do these...
Dang! Thats some ride. I am driving there on Friday for practice and back again on Sat. for the race. If I can afford the gas money. I live about 7 miles away.
Sorry, not usually a wise a$$, just listened to some Jerky Boys.:bonk:
Hey! Its not complete shuttle runs when you start @ say,,, Confederate Breast Works down to say,,, Braileys Pond !~ And BAXTERS fave on Rt. 33 down to Brandywine. OH, lets some sorta shuttle!!!