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Harris Hill Hustle 2 days 12 hours ago #44932

more juicy details at www.harrishillext.com click on hustle
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Harris Hill Hustle 4 days 4 minutes ago #44931

The second Harris Hill Hustle is scheduled to take place on Sunday , September 27th 2015... hop on over to www.singletrackracing.com for more information and to register..... it's going to be a good one.
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Re: Harris Hill Hustle 11 months 1 week ago #44802

Thank you Thom for all the work you do on the trails.

It was an awesome day in the woods.
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Re: Harris Hill Hustle 11 months 1 week ago #44801

wow, singletrackracing donating $750 to HHE after the Hustle last weekend... looks like we could do the Hustle again next year..

and I am getting some new tools and equipment... thanks to all those who supported and raced...


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Re: Harris Hill Hustle 11 months 2 weeks ago #44800

great times today...
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Re: Harris Hill Hustle 11 months 2 weeks ago #44799

Wrong brew in that picture!


Try this:

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