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Disclaimer - MTBIng is dangerous, you could hit a tree, and that hurts the tree alot.

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new trail work being done in stowe.

 

http://unofficialnetworks.com/month-trail-33942/

 

post #2 of 20

Ahh, so you are reading the other thread. I was beginning to wonder. wink.gif

 

Thanks for sharing the link. Looks like a great trail.

post #3 of 20
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Disclaimer - MTBIng is dangerous, you could hit a tree, and that hurts the tree alot.


Don't forget the damage it could do to a bike. Please, stop the violence against bikes.
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Every years thousands of bikes are needlessly injured, miamed and abused, stop the cycle of mysery now!

 

 

 

Great video, what a fun looking trail.

 

 


Edited by Finndog - 8/1/11 at 5:51am
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I didn't realize how long tat trail is. It sure doesn't feel like 10 minutes when you are riding it.

post #6 of 20

Thoughtfully titled.

 

Reminds me of the time I hit a tree head-first in a glade at A-Basin.  Uncle Louie's first question:  "Did you hurt the tree?"

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Every years thousands of bikes are needlessly injured, miamed and abused, stop the cycle of mysery now! 

 

 

 

Maybe we should require bikes to wear helmets...

 

*Ducks*

post #8 of 20

There don't seem to be all that many memes on this forum, but "Disclaimer" is definitely going to be one.

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Thoughtfully titled.

 

Reminds me of the time I hit a tree head-first in a glade at A-Basin.  Uncle Louie's first question:  "Did you hurt the tree?"



Seriously. Trees are hard to grow in Colorado. 

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I didn't realize how long tat trail is. It sure doesn't feel like 10 minutes when you are riding it.



to be far I could have gone faster.

 

Super D on Kimmer's?

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Maybe we should require bikes to wear helmets... 

*Ducks*


Bikes don't wear helmets. Bikes wear humans...

.ma
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Maybe we should require bikes to wear helmets...

 

*Ducks*


OK, ducks with helmets.

 

helmet_duck.jpg

and

http://www.discogs.com/Ducks-With-Helmets-Kings-Of-Rockn-Roll/release/2887188

 

I hope you are satisfied.

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Seriously. Trees are hard to grow in Colorado. 

 

Especially those tight trees with all the beetle damage and dead limbs that keep falling off as you ski through them . . . wink.gif
 

 

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just ask Bumpfreaq!!!!
 

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Especially those tight trees with all the beetle damage and dead limbs that keep falling off as you ski through them . . . wink.gif
 

 



 

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just ask Bumpfreaq!!!!
 



 

 

Please tell me you remember this conversation??
 

 

post #16 of 20

OHHHHHHHH,

 

where were you skiing?  the trees....  That one??????????????????????????????? 

 

If you recall I was still recovering from a concussion at the time...  slight lapse in mental capacity......

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OK, ducks with helmets.

 

 

helmet_duck.jpg


 

This one is scarier

 

georgo-parros.jpg

post #18 of 20

DOOOHHHH!  good one,  I have to admit it took a few seconds....  wink.gif

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During the Chainless Downhill race last Thursday during Crankworx, I watched Bob Barnes' son hit a rock and land between two trees.  He then couldn't move cause he was stuck between the two trees.  He finally got out but he was really white and not moving real fast.  He DNF'd that race. He said he was gonna race the next day.....he didn't.  He didn't want to go to the clinic after the spectacular wreck and didn't want Dad to find out.   Of course I immediately made a cell phone call and ratted him out.  Stubborn 20-something kid.  He had some rib damage.

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^^^^^^  Wrong thread?

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