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Memorial Weekend Ride, Part I

(updated: May 31, 2007)

I'm getting way behind in my updates. Where does the time go? Last weekend my cousin and his wife came to visit from Pittsburgh, where I used to live. I took them to some local riding spots. Because they mostly ride in PA and WV, where trails are rooty, tight, steep, technical, and usually wet, they had no problem cleaning everything here. Part II will be photos and videos from locations in Raleigh, so stay tuned.

Rider Eric on the log:




Rider: Nancy.




Rider: Eric.



Rider: Sir Bikes.












You might not be able to tell but I have a huge grin on my face. Or is that a look of fear. Or both. I don't know.



-SBA



Filed Under: Ride Reports > North Carolina > Wilmington


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6 COMMENTS:

1. s-25rider said...

nice sirbikes, i dont think that people visiting the site actually realize the size and distance of this jump!!! the picture doesnt do it justice props on the memorial day ride and keep on hiting those big jumps.

P.S. even if sir bikes fell i think its the bike that is gonna be in trouble not him, do you see the armor on that guy geeeeez LOL

Jun 1, 2007 @ 3:54 AM


2. Sir Lamm-Hammer said...

i think we meassured it to be a 12 foot gap.

Jun 1, 2007 @ 4:45 AM


3. Sir Bikes said...

I've injured my shoulders in the past such that if I ever impacted them again I would be done. Hence the armor.

Jun 1, 2007 @ 3:06 PM


4. Sir Lamm-Hammer said...

[img]http://www.sirbikesalot.com/user_photos/2007/bslridesfixed_2007-06-02_BCbruise.jpg[/img]

Jun 2, 2007 @ 5:31 AM


5. Sir Lamm-Hammer said...

so i guess you cant post pics in the comments section

Jun 2, 2007 @ 5:32 AM


6. Sir Bikes said...

Well, you could've, if you had used standard html. But since you pointed it out to me, I fixed it, so now you can't.


Jun 2, 2007 @ 2:18 PM


 

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