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Leafkiller last won the day on March 27 2019

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  1. I have to admit my first bike I bought was a Wal-Mart bike. I didn't want to spend all that much in case I didn't enjoy biking again. I hit a few trails at Cameron Park or Mineral Wells. I know my experience level was near zero so I stayed away from anything difficult at first. I did work my way up to a few green trails like Act of Faith. Once I got hooked I went and bought my first Liv bike. I immediately noticed a big difference in performance and riding. Trails were a lot easier and I had more confidence that the bike wouldn't fall apart on me doing downhill. As long as people know their limits and the bikes limits, which I know will probably hardly happen, I don't have an issue with people riding them to start out.
  2. I will mostly yield to everyone if I can. I'm very much an amateur and am never in a hurry. I'll try to say hello or morning or something. Mainly I try to ride when no one else is out or go places no one else does.
  3. Nice, I like that. I need a good reminder at times.
  4. That would be neat to read. Would there be a section for classifieds? Another way to have the magazine earn some other income?
  5. Just put NKDA down for no allergies. It's better for medical personnel to know you have none as opposed to it being unknown. Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk
  6. You need: Your name Date of birth Short medical history Allergies Emergency contact Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk
  7. That does sound fun. Too bad my passport needs to be updated and I would need a pit crew. And then I would need...
  8. Weekdays are better and later in the mornings are even better. It just depends on where you start. The river trail is sometimes crowded with runners, joggers, and other cyclists. We've been getting rain here and there lately so while most of the trails dry quickly leaves and algae covered rocks are slippery. Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk
  9. Love Cameron Park but I may be a little biased since I live fifteen minutes away from it. It has some very good trails. My favorite is Act of Faith. There are some difficult ones like California 56. I don't know how anyone can ride that one. I had issues just hiking it.
  10. Looks nice. Definitely let us know. Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk
  11. For me it's a road bike that can handle the roads around Central Texas. I got to where I was enjoying the number of miles I could put in versus the difficultly of the routes. So I got a gravel bike and have been enjoying it a lot.
  12. Definitely will vote yes to this and another one for my zoo to expand.
  13. There's one of the road leading into Cameron Park in Waco. Granted it's for vehicles but it picks up my speed going down the sidewalk. I get a good laugh when I see it.
  14. There is a section of the trails at Mineral Wells State Park that is like this. The rocks are bowling ball size and cover the entire trail. Luckily it's only a short distance long. I've always called it a rock garden. Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk
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