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  1. Because of all the distress you had to go...

    Because of all the distress you had to go through, I am doing you a favor and have calculated how much you should sue for. It sounded like one of the biggest problems you had was that you could not...
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    ~15 hours? That should be enough time to finish...

    ~15 hours? That should be enough time to finish the C&O in a day, especially if you have gears :D

    Join you? <cough, cough> I, er, have a... wash my hair something something.
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    Mad props! I was trying to convince Kathy to do...

    Mad props! I was trying to convince Kathy to do it the opposite direction of you where it's a steeper drop, but she couldn't calm the demons that said she'd flip.

    I was actually coming from the...
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    Saw some WABA forum folks at the Frederick...

    Saw some WABA forum folks at the Frederick Watershed trailhead this morning. Hope y'all had fun too!

    Here's one of my "challenge" rocks (on Knuclebuster) that I like to play on if there's time.
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    Oy! :) ...

    Oy! :)

    https://farm2.staticflickr.com/1736/28871052288_7172b7baa6_b.jpg
    Dirt Rag Mag Issue 205 by ricky d, on Flickr
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    Is there another way of riding? :D

    Is there another way of riding? :D
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    The third titanium frame I have broken. About 10...

    The third titanium frame I have broken. About 10 years old, from a frame builder that has gone completely off the radar (so no warranties) :(
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    Yes please! I have a few v-brake 26ers that need...

    Yes please! I have a few v-brake 26ers that need new rims.
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    50,000 RPM legs.

    50,000 RPM legs.
  10. It's my spirit animal!

    It's my spirit animal!
  11. It's been a long time since I've done a ride with...

    It's been a long time since I've done a ride with miles of puddles and bone soaking rain. Because it wasn't cold, I actually enjoyed it :)

    HF and I took the Towpath and got...
  12. Today's ride out was fine, but the ride back...

    Today's ride out was fine, but the ride back tomorrow promises to be a mess!

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    LOL :D In this case, breaking the chain might...

    LOL :D

    In this case, breaking the chain might help because you might be able to pull the chain straight out (with some effort) instead of having to wrestle it back up between the small chainring...
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    Haha, I use a purple one with pink polka dots,...

    Haha, I use a purple one with pink polka dots, but I'm not sure where it is now. A buddy found these at a drug store mid-ride, which I think were intended to keep your beehive/bouffant nice and poofy...
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    Haha, I noticed that too. I wonder if the other...

    Haha, I noticed that too. I wonder if the other stuff is super gummy though, which ain't so great either. Just fill the tubes with Great Stuff and be done with it :D ;)
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    I know it's just one teensy data point, but...

    I know it's just one teensy data point, but here's one guy's results with Boeshield: http://forums.mtbr.com/fat-bikes/anti-corrosion-product-shootout-1073581-post13653422.html#post13653422
    (#4 is...
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    Yes, and right now, I'm thinking of making it...

    Yes, and right now, I'm thinking of making it myself. I was gifted an old sewing machine last XMas, and making bags for the bike was something I'd always wanted to try.
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    Step 2 - Put parts on frame and take a picture :D...

    Step 2 - Put parts on frame and take a picture :D

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    Ritchey Commando Fat Bike by ricky d, on Flickr


    I left the steerer tube...
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    I don't usually use Framesaver inside my steel...

    I don't usually use Framesaver inside my steel frames, but:

    I care a little more about this one than the others
    I plan to bikepack with it so expect to cross creeks and can't always keep it out...
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    Ritchey Commando...

    Ritchey Commando, Step 1 - Frame Savering

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    Frame Saver-ing by ricky d, on Flickr
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    Trailwork for Mountain Biking

    A buddy of mine taught a trail building clinic that concentrated on rock armoring. We worked on a switchback on the Vandal trail at the bottom of the Frederick Watershed. If you've ever wondered...
  22. Big group! Hope y'all had a good time at the...

    Big group! Hope y'all had a good time at the game. Here're a couple of the pics that came out OK.

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    Big group! Hope y'all had a good time at the game. Here're a couple of the pics that came out OK.

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    This makes me chuckle a little because I know if...

    This makes me chuckle a little because I know if I had kids, I'd be doing the same exact thing. Only 1 out of 8 of my nieces and nephews is kinda into biking, but he was really careless about the...
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    Asking for a friend: does "this guy" have...

    Asking for a friend: does "this guy" have experience in titanium? :)
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