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Sweet ride today at Harris HIll.
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Sweet ride today at Harris HIll. 2 years, 10 months ago #39640

Fantastic day of riding at Harris Hill, just over 21 miles. 10 riders , 2 from Canada, 2 from Buffalo, 3 from PA, and 3 locals., no mechanical issues, sadly one rider cut short due to fall, more sadly 2 riders left early to go look at crafts.


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Last Edit: 2 years, 10 months ago by twright.

Re: Sweet ride today at Harris HIll. 2 years, 10 months ago #39641

Thanks for leading the ride Thom. Awesome day and awesome trails. Can't wait until the Hatch Creek section goes in.

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Re: Sweet ride today at Harris HIll. 2 years, 10 months ago #39645

Thanks Thom that was a great ride on some sweet trails. We will be back again and I look forward to the new additions you have planned.
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Re: Sweet ride today at Harris HIll. 2 years, 10 months ago #39648

Wade, glad that you and Jen could make it down, hope all is well. we will try to have a bit more available to ride by end of next summer.

Re: Sweet ride today at Harris HIll. 2 years, 4 months ago #40918

First group ride of the year happening tonight.. unbelievable.. early April, trails are all set. starting at 6.

Re: Sweet ride today at Harris HIll. 2 years, 4 months ago #40920

Would you be willing to delay a few minutes? I'd be driving down and get there right at 6 - so it'd be that 10 minute window of changing and dialing anything on the rig.

If you're game I'll PM you a contact number.
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Re: Sweet ride today at Harris HIll. 2 years, 4 months ago #40922

sure no problem.. sent you a pm

Re: Sweet ride today at Harris HIll. 2 years, 4 months ago #40925

I'll be there early in case anyone decides to arrive earlier than 6:00. I should be there at about 4:00.

Re: Sweet ride today at Harris HIll. 2 years, 4 months ago #40930

Had a nice showing, trails were in great shape... a bit colder than it looked.....drabb, thanks for making it down. Ken.. thanks for burying the deer.

Re: Sweet ride today at Harris HIll. 2 years, 4 months ago #40933

Thanks to twright for waiting around to show me around

Good trails, good company.
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Re: Sweet ride today at Harris HIll. 2 years, 4 months ago #40936

WHO BURIED MY COMPOSTING DEER????????

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Re: Sweet ride today at Harris HIll. 2 years, 4 months ago #40994

Although the forecast isn't looking too promising... I am thinking we will have a drier day this Sunday at Harris Hill work day than last week's at the Mesa...

Hope some of you can make it down, check the calendar... meeting at the yellow gate at 10am... it will be a bit of a walk into the work area, but that will get us used to what we will be facing when we tackle ASP...

Bring your bike, I am hopeful that the rain god will spare us...


oh, check out my real world test of stans no tubes...


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