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Old 03-06-2012, 10:22 AM   #21
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danny, do we know yet how long the course will be??

that vid has me wanting to pack up and leave now.. testing
you ask, I answer...FWIW, keep your eye on the weather....more than 60% chance and I probably won't make the haul....hope the Man upstairs holds off a couple of days.

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Speaking of shiloh I have a few suprises in store for everyone. Course is laid out and it is SWEET! I have 2 EZ/hards within the first 2 miles. One is a off camber down hill big log crossing! You are greatly rewarded for doing this one! The other is right after the start another log crossing not so large but you still get and advantage by doing it. Course is un officially 13 miles right now and it has everything in it! Rock Gargen (Broke my peg on this one last year), Rock Hill climb (choose your line), Creek run with an ez hard out. HUGE advantage by doing the full creek. 2 new wood sections, really nice. There are plenty of fast flowing woods sections and lets not forget Helicopter Hill where we will be going up down and up again! This one will be one to remember!

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Old 03-06-2012, 12:01 PM   #22
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the rain is scheduled for wednesday and thursday only,, it's going to be a perfect time to ride!!!
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FYI-this race is happening rain or shine....I'm going to roll the dice and probably make this one.....along with a few others. Shiloh ridge has lots of elevation so rain run off shouldn't be a problem. Just pack extra dry clothes.
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FYI-this race is happening rain or shine....I'm going to roll the dice and probably make this one.....along with a few others. Shiloh ridge has lots of elevation so rain run off shouldn't be a problem. Just pack extra dry clothes.
i have a bag of clothes and a bag of TOWELS!!!!!! bring your frog togs, or at least a rain coat.
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It was a . There were creek crossings where there aren't usually creeks.
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i have a bag of clothes and a bag of TOWELS!!!!!! bring your frog togs, or at least a rain coat.
Dam, If I had known U were going I would have went with you, lol
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Dam, If I had known U were going I would have went with you, lol


you guys really missed out on a great ride yesterday, a great night night out last night and dry sunny day today.
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you guys really missed out on a great ride yesterday, a great night night out last night and dry sunny day today.
.....LMAO
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good times yesterday. Lee, you sir, are nuts....

this was my view about 30-40 miles SW of Alto....I was laughing inside knowing there was a good chance you're were gonna be out riding in it as it was headed that direction. This was right after a 15 minute downpour. Kudos for riding in that ...did everyone come out unscathed?

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My bike will never be the same. I'm glad I did it, but I wish I'd ridden a little harder. I could see ok until the string on my roll-offs broke. Helicopter hill was a . It took me 3 tries. There was what looked like white-water running through the creeks. Additionally, my alternator went out on the way home, requiring a tow.

The big news in the pits was that I heard someone calling James a for bailing. Obviously, I was going to fight him on James' behalf, but he had just finished the kids race and looked a little tuckered out.
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My bike will never be the same. I'm glad I did it, but I wish I'd ridden a little harder. I could see ok until the string on my roll-offs broke. Helicopter hill was a . It took me 3 tries. There was what looked like white-water running through the creeks. Additionally, my alternator went out on the way home, requiring a tow.

The big news in the pits was that I heard someone calling James a for bailing. Obviously, I was going to fight him on James' behalf, but he had just finished the kids race and looked a little tuckered out.
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My bike will never be the same. I'm glad I did it, but I wish I'd ridden a little harder. I could see ok until the string on my roll-offs broke. Helicopter hill was a . It took me 3 tries. There was what looked like white-water running through the creeks. Additionally, my alternator went out on the way home, requiring a tow.

The big news in the pits was that I heard someone calling James a for bailing. Obviously, I was going to fight him on James' behalf, but he had just finished the kids race and looked a little tuckered out.
.......thats to funny....hate to hear that you broke down though..
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My bike will never be the same. I'm glad I did it, but I wish I'd ridden a little harder. I could see ok until the string on my roll-offs broke. Helicopter hill was a . It took me 3 tries. There was what looked like white-water running through the creeks. Additionally, my alternator went out on the way home, requiring a tow.

The big news in the pits was that I heard someone calling James a for bailing. Obviously, I was going to fight him on James' behalf, but he had just finished the kids race and looked a little tuckered out.
nice one Lee!!! you're only 2 days late with that though.
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