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 Post subject: tour de ranch
PostPosted: Thu Mar 15, 2012 9:21 pm 
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Who's heading down next weekend? I see one Big Pig registered, Brett something. I'm heading down Thursday evening.

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 Post subject: Re: tour de ranch
PostPosted: Fri Mar 16, 2012 6:47 am 
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I'm in. Should be registered, too.

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 Post subject: Re: tour de ranch
PostPosted: Fri Mar 16, 2012 7:03 am 
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Awesome, when are you heading down?

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 Post subject: Re: tour de ranch
PostPosted: Fri Mar 16, 2012 7:26 am 
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Friday night, after work.
Flow track, SUper D and XC

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 Post subject: Re: tour de ranch
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I'm actually renting a pop-up and bringing the family along. We'll see how that goes.

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 Post subject: Re: tour de ranch
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Taking a popup as well and will be riding all day Friday I think. I have to head back too early sunday to make the cat 3 xc unfortunately. Doing the flow, super d, and pump track. See you there.

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 Post subject: Re: tour de ranch
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los36 wrote:
I'm actually renting a pop-up and bringing the family along. We'll see how that goes.


Pulling it with the vdub?


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 Post subject: Re: tour de ranch
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los36 wrote:
I'm actually renting a pop-up and bringing the family along. We'll see how that goes.


Pulling it with the vdub?

Yes, sort of. I rented a vw Golf, with the desiel, for this job.

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 Post subject: Re: tour de ranch
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I may be down there pending the two kids playing baseball thing.

What's this super d and pump track business? Races on those too?

I'm thinking about hosting a fixie fat bike 24 hour pumptrack challenge, just waiting to finalize the details with USAC.


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I may be down there pending the two kids playing baseball thing.

What's this super d and pump track business? Races on those too?

I'm thinking about hosting a fixie fat bike 24 hour pumptrack challenge, just waiting to finalize the details with USAC.


In, if I can do it on my fixie fat bike tallbike 36er unicycle.

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Porkchop wrote:
benwright wrote:
I may be down there pending the two kids playing baseball thing.

What's this super d and pump track business? Races on those too?

I'm thinking about hosting a fixie fat bike 24 hour pumptrack challenge, just waiting to finalize the details with USAC.


In, if I can do it on my fixie fat bike tallbike 36er unicycle.


There was a guy opening and closing the gate at Solovaca today. Not only was it kinda cool, it was the only useful use of a unicycle in history (excluding smoking monkeys in circus and circuslike situations).


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benwright wrote:
Porkchop wrote:
benwright wrote:
I may be down there pending the two kids playing baseball thing.

What's this super d and pump track business? Races on those too?

I'm thinking about hosting a fixie fat bike 24 hour pumptrack challenge, just waiting to finalize the details with USAC.

In, if I can do it on my fixie fat bike tallbike 36er unicycle.

There was a guy opening and closing the gate at Solovaca today. Not only was it kinda cool, it was the only useful use of a unicycle in history (excluding smoking monkeys in circus and circuslike situations).
Great story


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 Post subject: Re: tour de ranch
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Cope wrote:
benwright wrote:
Porkchop wrote:
benwright wrote:
I may be down there pending the two kids playing baseball thing.

What's this super d and pump track business? Races on those too?

I'm thinking about hosting a fixie fat bike 24 hour pumptrack challenge, just waiting to finalize the details with USAC.

In, if I can do it on my fixie fat bike tallbike 36er unicycle.

There was a guy opening and closing the gate at Solovaca today. Not only was it kinda cool, it was the only useful use of a unicycle in history (excluding smoking monkeys in circus and circuslike situations).
Great story


Thanks! I'll remember to tell it to you again next time I see you.


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 Post subject: Re: tour de ranch
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 Post subject: Re: tour de ranch
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Who's ranch?

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