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TOPIC: Anyone ride the road race at the rally ??

Re: Anyone ride the road race at the rally ?? 1 year 10 months ago #44413

Free Fat bike demo ride for those who come swing a mcleod for a few hours.8-)
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Re: Anyone ride the road race at the rally ?? 1 year 10 months ago #44412

You never *need* to do a trail day, just *want* to do a trail day. They are fun.

Just joking around. Working all the angles to get the word out about this weekend.

Remember folks, you don't have to go to both work days. Hell, you could even just stay overnight and not work either day, but we'd probably look at you funny if you did that (unless you were really entertaining around the campfire).
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Re: Anyone ride the road race at the rally ?? 1 year 10 months ago #44411

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lol I all ways say I need to do a trail day I have payed my membership for a few years and I haven't been off road one time this year but I do need to get a day in to help out
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Re: Anyone ride the road race at the rally ?? 1 year 10 months ago #44410

And afterwards you can stop by trail building up on the hill! Or stay for free at Camp Allegany that night and work on Sunday. The possibilities are endless!
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Re: Anyone ride the road race at the rally ?? 1 year 10 months ago #44409

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Thanks going to give it a run Saturday then
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Re: Anyone ride the road race at the rally ?? 1 year 10 months ago #44408

it's a great ride. i think clockwise is the harder direction to ride. the few cars that travel the roads are usually respectful of cyclists
Velociped Jones is the future of racing and he was a P to A spawnling.
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