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2/23/2009 4:37 AM

whatta ya think?

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"The ratio of hours of building and maintaining trails is astronomically skewed in the wrong direction, but the pay off is indescribably worth it."

2/23/2009 4:45 AM

both are good.. i like the first one better though :DD

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refs: fuckyou2, pocoloco, fecho, loco_for_riding

2/23/2009 7:13 AM

boost.
These are sicks.

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I'm the 1% ressler711 cant beat the shit out of.

2/23/2009 7:32 AM

thanks guys. i was working on some tables that day trying to get better at them.

i was having fun doin moto whips that day tho. haha

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"The ratio of hours of building and maintaining trails is astronomically skewed in the wrong direction, but the pay off is indescribably worth it."

2/23/2009 8:14 AM

I wanna ride there.

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"Hey anybody ever make that mistake like right when you wake up in the morning and you believe in yourself?" -Kyle Kinane

"BIKES!" -Tom Segura

2/23/2009 8:17 AM
Edited Date/Time: 2/23/2009 8:17 AM

were is that in Raleigh?!

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Ride or DIE!

2/23/2009 10:26 AM

Its about 30 minutes from raleigh

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"The ratio of hours of building and maintaining trails is astronomically skewed in the wrong direction, but the pay off is indescribably worth it."

2/23/2009 10:30 AM

sick dude keep taking em

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2/23/2009 11:35 AM

i cant take credit for the photo's, just the riding.

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"The ratio of hours of building and maintaining trails is astronomically skewed in the wrong direction, but the pay off is indescribably worth it."

2/23/2009 11:37 AM

man dude, talk about boosting
sick

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Bikes. Cameras. Cars. Beer. NYx845

2/23/2009 1:38 PM

thanks ressler

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"The ratio of hours of building and maintaining trails is astronomically skewed in the wrong direction, but the pay off is indescribably worth it."

2/23/2009 2:17 PM

what camera were they taken with.

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2/23/2009 2:26 PM

rebel XTI i beleive

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"The ratio of hours of building and maintaining trails is astronomically skewed in the wrong direction, but the pay off is indescribably worth it."