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Old 03-10-20, 02:41 PM
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Old 03-10-20, 08:40 PM
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Have a sense of humor FOO! Come on at least say or I don’t give a F
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A thumbs up from me for your determination . Nice use of the sign. lol That gravel looks good . Now if they leave the grader off it for a while .
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The pic is Texas, right? What are those things that look like trees?
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Originally Posted by Olefeller77 View Post
A thumbs up from me for your determination . Nice use of the sign. lol That gravel looks good . Now if they leave the grader off it for a while .
Yes Sir, the gravel is mostly hard packed so I try to get tires that accommodate both crappy pavement and hardpack gravel so far the Vittoria Terreno Drys have been great tires. Fixing to order another set 700x40s. I知 getting back into the groove of cycling and I love gravel so gravel roads I ride
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The pic is Texas, right? What are those things that look like trees?
NO FAIR! dang I love my visits to the Pacific Northwest and Banff and Jasper in Canada. Kottenia Beer was a favorite. We are located on the edge of the desert SW and we have no tall pine trees at all. I like desert and canyon lands so I guess that is why I知 a fan of MOAB Now East Texas has their pines but nothing like up North. Now I知. pinning like my hounds for some real trees
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Originally Posted by Hondo Gravel View Post
Yes Sir, the gravel is mostly hard packed so I try to get tires that accommodate both crappy pavement and hardpack gravel so far the Vittoria Terreno Drys have been great tires. Fixing to order another set 700x40s. I知 getting back into the groove of cycling and I love gravel so gravel roads I ride
I effing hate gravel. I only ride it because it gives me more places to ride, tends to be real scenic, and probably won't get me run over.
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Originally Posted by Hondo Gravel View Post
NO FAIR! dang I love my visits to the Pacific Northwest and Banff and Jasper in Canada. Kottenia Beer was a favorite. We are located on the edge of the desert SW and we have no tall pine trees at all. I like desert and canyon lands so I guess that is why I知 a fan of MOAB Now East Texas has their pines but nothing like up North. Now I知. pinning like my hounds for some real trees
We have too many trees, I'd send you some if I could.
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Hey that's my speed too and I didn't even go past that sign
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