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Discussion in 'The Rockies – It's all downhill from here...' started by mylsmkj, Sep 4, 2013.
OK...what's the big deal?...Tom leaning his bike against a fence post that's out of sight on the left side of his bike...clever, but so what?
What's the deal with those timbers sticking in the ground there? An old mining site or such?
Saw the title and got REAL nervous..
Don't be working to hard up there amigo! Any chance of a fall trip down here for a Swell time?
Best part about that pic is that Tom had already gone around the corner and I yelled "back up...pivot turn"....yep on command!
As Tom said, Are you headed this way for any fall riding? Would love to ride with you.
I got another new bike too...
If folks knew that I can keep up.......sometimes, when trying hard.
We've had some memorable ones man!
Planning on Dec.
Im starting a ride on Sunday at 4:30AM. Every man for himself. I should look like this at about noon.
Hhhmmmm....so what would you have done without the log to stand on? I know you ride like you're 10 FEET TALL but I've seen your legs!
without the log i'd do pretty much the same up to the point the pic was taken, then the next pic would be of me pinned under my bike at the previous right hand switchback.
Too cool. I'd just have to fall over, spin the bike around while it was lying on the ground, pick it up (maybe even get a little help picking it up), ride to the next switch back and repeat on the opposite side.
I seem to have gotten to about a 60% success rate on these. When it works out, it looks so cool. When it doesn't, people look at me funny and ask why I just stood there and ejected my bike strait into a tree.
Ha! Dude ask Tom about his bruise inventory, you don't get good by not wrecking!
And look up SF of the Salmon
are you getting homesick buddy?
How is life in Oregon?
Did the little spinner follow you out?
That trail is on my bucket list!