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Just having too much fun!

Old 08-24-18, 06:14 PM
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Just having too much fun!

I can't believe how much fun I'm having playing on the trails. I guess you can learn new tricks when you get old. Living the dream and feeling like a kid out there.
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Old 08-24-18, 06:22 PM
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I like you’re video especially the part. You might get a citation for having too much fun.
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Old 08-24-18, 06:46 PM
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I like youíre video especially the part. You might get a citation for having too much fun.
Thanks ! I can't stop smiling when I'm out there, and the bike police have to catch me first.
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The Blair "Zipp" Project.
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The Blair "Zipp" Project.
lol
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The fact is... it's a lot of fun MTB'ing. I have made the switch from road to MTB... and it happened the same way 30 years ago for me.. was a road rider and just looking for more fun and seeing some country you can't see on pavement.. and you go a lot further on wheels.
Take more tools with you and extra jacket, etc., in case of a breakdown. Sometimes it's a long way out.
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