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    Quote Originally Posted by Judd View Post
    One day Henry and Erin are going to let me ride the Bike Arlington cargo bike for real.
    Heck yes, we'll let you ride it! Next time it and you are in the same place, let's make it happen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Erin Potter View Post
    Heck yes, we'll let you ride it! Next time it and you are in the same place, let's make it happen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Erin Potter View Post
    Heck yes, we'll let you ride it! Next time it and you are in the same place, let's make it happen.
    Should we tell Judd how differently it handles from anything else?

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    Really hope this event repeats next year, I've been saving my pennies all summer for a Crust Cargo fork.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EasyRider View Post
    Really hope this event repeats next year, I've been saving my pennies all summer for a Crust Cargo fork.
    Me too! It was a whole lot of fun and now that people have experienced it, it will be interesting to see the strategies next year.


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    We had a blast. My 7yo and 5yo did the whole thing on their own bikes, racking up about 20 miles total on the day, including trips to and from Donaldson Run and Rosslyn. We did stop for beignets mid-challenge. The kids' favorite part was the water crossing and mud challenges (when we stopped at home to get an egg carton, my daughter sneakily grabbed her water shoes and proudly pulled them out when we got to the water crossing). My favorite part was seeing them struggle and get through it (particularly on the Rosslyn hill). It was a hard day, but a lot of fun. Definitely hope it comes back next year.

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    One of the great things about the Disaster Relief Trials is that fancy equipment is not required.



    I've got a bunch of GoPro and Fly12 videos that look pretty good from a spot check. I'm going to try to make a Bobco style video out of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Judd View Post
    One of the great things about the Disaster Relief Trials is that fancy equipment is not required.



    I've got a bunch of GoPro and Fly12 videos that look pretty good from a spot check. I'm going to try to make a Bobco style video out of it.
    The basket on top of a Jones bar was probably the weirdest equipment thing I saw at the event, but the rider seemed to like it just fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EasyRider View Post
    The basket on top of a Jones bar was probably the weirdest equipment thing I saw at the event, but the rider seemed to like it just fine.
    "the rider" is the infamous LeprosyStudyGroup here on the forum. Often abbreviated to LSG.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve O View Post
    "the rider" is the infamous LeprosyStudyGroup here on the forum. Often abbreviated to LSG.
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