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Discussion in 'Trials' started by Gordy, Oct 9, 2012.
Cool...you are the TM too!
I'm actually going to be heading down to Gordy's Hill in Socorro for some trials/trail riding on the rockcrawling trails soon. I'll toss out an invite and see if I can make stickers in time.
Trail guide counts as TM right?
If anyone is interested in coming along "like" this post. I'll send out details to everyone who likes in a PM if it comes to fruition. I'm not getting fined by the BLM again for hosting an event without a permit.
In this case...absolutely!
I want my TM end of year points!
Gotta love Tiny Tyrant.
Yeah, yeah, I'm showing myself out.....
Nothing like working a remediation project and when Lineaway shows up you immediately are no longer in charge. Even with 2 torn up and healing elbows Bob out works his crew. especially my crew.
I know not everyone looks at the flea market all the time but I have Deb’s Beta 200 up for sale over there.
Is there an ebike on its way?
Well now this just sucks.
Hadn't seen Mike in a few years, but he was a long-time fixture at NMTA. Godspeed, brother....
Mike was one of the original L.A.T.A. members. Yes, Los Alamos had their own club. I believe it started in `74.
I “think” we are getting a TRS from Carl. E start!
Yeah, real hard at work we are.Today
So I asked Rob H. about LATA and he was too young to remember. Heath might have more info that his parents passed onto him. I rode LATA several times. But the most fun was riding out of Mike`s back yard into the National Forest. 100 yards away was the Mother rock. Yeah, the Motha of all rocks ever!!!
When Lineaway told me yesterday, I was gutted. I was a member of Mike's email chain. My last email from him was Saturday October 17. I rode dual sport in the Jemez with him. He always had a splash of Baily's with his coffee and a hand rolled Bugler.
He once told my step son. if you do it right, you start as a novice and work your way up to champ. Then you do it all over again but backwards. And if your really lucky. you get to finish as a novice at 70.
Mike was a friend.
Salute and cheers.
I like that Tony but.not sure if I’m on board with finishing riding Novice at 70.
So you're thinking 65 is more accurate...?
65 is the new 50 (typed as I’m waiting for the Ibuprofen to kick in).
In 5 years, you might change your opinion.
You and @2whlrcr have just worn out your bodies moving snow. I’m good.