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41 minutes ago, Barry said:

Interested enough to hang out on a busy day and watch? Interested enough to put up a webcam (that'd be awesome)? Or only interested enough to make the comment?

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We could setup a table and sit there and hold up score cards after someone cleans (or not) this feature..

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4 minutes ago, Albert said:

We could setup a table and sit there and hold up score cards after someone cleans (or not) this feature..

Looks like enough room for a few folding chairs on the B line. 

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54 minutes ago, Barry said:

Interested enough to hang out on a busy day and watch? Interested enough to put up a webcam (that'd be awesome)? Or only interested enough to make the comment?

 

All of the above.

 

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7 minutes ago, Barry said:

Looks like enough room for a few folding chairs on the B line. 

 

we can play Benny Hill music.

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Posted (edited)
9 minutes ago, Barry said:

Looks like enough room for a few folding chairs on the B line. 

You'd get run over by Strava glory seekers.

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1 minute ago, TheX said:

 

we can play Benny Hill music.

That might be needed for the Tandem race!

 

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1 hour ago, Cafeend said:

Physics man..Newton was a Mt Biker

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Lol. I meant why haven't I ever changed it. 

 

I know exactly why I don't make it over. 🙂

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Lol. I meant why haven't I ever changed it. 
 
I know exactly why I don't make it over.
Because you do the right thing even if no one can see

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4 hours ago, Barry said:

Looks like enough room for a cooler and a few folding chairs on the B line. 

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12 minutes ago, Ridenfool said:

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Ah, see, that wouldn't have occurred to me. I don't need a cooler for my whisky. 

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Just rode Peddler Pass with the new reroutes. The entire trail system goes counter clockwise and has a really good flow to it with no cross overs. Kudos to the trail builders.


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Posted (edited)

You hit a sewer main when you were digging today? Smells like shit out here. Lol. 

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3 minutes ago, biga9999 said:

You hit a sewer main when you were digging today. Smells like shit out here. Lol. 

It was like that yesterday.  Just remember to close your mouth when you cross the creek.  It stinks terribly.

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3 hours ago, biga9999 said:

You hit a sewer main when you were digging today. Smells like shit out here. Lol. 

I think I got a methane boost from that shit man - fueled me through two laps on Peddlers. 

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Is there a preferred direction for 1/4 notch/deception?. I started up the sidewalk from the picnic entrance. 

 

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17 minutes ago, First-Blood said:

East to West is the norm. That's the way you went. But backwards is fun too

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It's a good technical challenge. With me getting back into riding these last few months it's a great test to gauge where I'm at.  Now I just need to check out the rest of what's out there.

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As a creature of habit, I road it E2W only for about 2 yrs.  Then one day I road it W2E...it flows very well that way.  Dare I say its even better!?

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8 minutes ago, CBaron said:

As a creature of habit, I road it E2W only for about 2 yrs.  Then one day I road it W2E...it flows very well that way.  Dare I say its even better!?

-CJB

I definitely prefer 1/4 Notch W2E, which I rode again yesterday (climbing up the bailout).  I don't ride Double Down as often, but also rode that W2E recently. 

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2 hours ago, First-Blood said:

East to West is the norm. That's the way you went. But backwards is fun too.

The nice thing about Deception is that the 2 bailout points enable a multitude of routes going in both directions. I like to ride the westernmost segment of DD in both directions every time out if I can, at least until it gets too damn hot. I mix and match the eastern segment of DD and 1/4 Notch all sorts of ways with Picnic serving as a connector.

Speaking of trail direction, I was riding Rim W-E and coming up on that last G-out with good speed and had to skid to a stop because somebody was approaching that same G-out from the opposite direction at probably an even faster pace. We exchanged pleasantries and he explained that he was getting ready to hop over it. Certainly not an impossible task, but once you leave the ground there is of course no chance of stopping for oncoming traffic. Hopefully anybody attempting that has really good line of sight on who's coming toward them. 

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Posted (edited)

I know the Thu Dead Sailor's always seemed to ride W2E. At least the couple times I rode with them. I usually ride E2W since the climb is more gradual. Suppose I should try W2E if I want to improve a bit.

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52 minutes ago, Albert said:

I don't ride Double Down as often, but also rode that W2E recently.

Going W2E from the Picnic Bailout up to Swag Rock has become much more challenging due to all of the erosion - definitely keeps things interesting.  

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