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    Once the beer is flowing, let's hope everyone is still a stand'er. However, the Queen officially bans the bare'ers!

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    Thanks for posting these again...I now have to decide which ones to ride. Any suggestions? I'm a noob to moto's (in my 4th season), but a solid mountain biker - some of the weigh-shifting and basic principles transfer over. Overall, I'm not a total noob.

    I should arrive Thursday evening - around 6pm - and plan to stop by the GS Giant tent. When will people be there to shoot the poop and talk ride routes?

    Thanks,
    Mark

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcstark View Post
    Thanks for posting these again...I now have to decide which ones to ride. Any suggestions? I'm a noob to moto's (in my 4th season), but a solid mountain biker - some of the weigh-shifting and basic principles transfer over. Overall, I'm not a total noob.

    I should arrive Thursday evening - around 6pm - and plan to stop by the GS Giant tent. When will people be there to shoot the poop and talk ride routes?

    Thanks,
    Mark
    Mark,

    Look me up when you get there. I created most of the routes and would be happy to help.

    In general the routes are all scenic and I tried to give them a theme or destination that people may find interesting (War of Northern Aggression, Historic Town, etc).

    See you Thursday.

    Eddie
    Last edited by ajayhawkfan; 07-11-2012 at 07:33 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcstark View Post
    Thanks for posting these again...I now have to decide which ones to ride. Any suggestions? I'm a noob to moto's (in my 4th season), but a solid mountain biker - some of the weigh-shifting and basic principles transfer over. Overall, I'm not a total noob.

    I should arrive Thursday evening - around 6pm - and plan to stop by the GS Giant tent. When will people be there to shoot the poop and talk ride routes?

    Thanks,
    Mark
    Just come on over to the GS Giant tent. There's always poop shootin' going on!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajayhawkfan View Post
    Mark,

    Look me up when you get there. I created most of the routes and would be happy to help.

    In general the routes are all scenic and I tried to give them a theme or destination that people may find interesting (War of Northern Aggression, Historic Town, etc).

    See you Thursday.

    Eddie

    Eddie
    Eddie - Will do. Thanks!

    Mark

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    Bump... there are a ton of good rides here, don't miss em!

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