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November 09, 2006


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The Krow

The good news to this mishap I it enabled me to buy a better frame too since the dropouts had hairline cracks as, and my friends black bike... well lets just say the headtube was split :) Lesson... clear the bottom of the hill first before the next person bikes down large hills (i.e. muttart ski hill)

Lisa Barrowclough

Funny ... still lots of cyclists around here! Oh the joys of living in Palm Beach County (Florida). Although, when the morning temperature drops below 65'F those whose blood has thinned get out bigger wooly sweaters than I ever wore in Edmonton! (And then they complain when it hits 80' by lunch!)


Krow - sounds like a good time. A friend of mine introduced me to the concept of "mountain bike polo" - which I don't think anyone can even begin to imagine without experiencing it first hand. A mallet, a ball, and a bunch of guys on mountain bikes... maybe we could do some winter games...

Lisa - it was positively balmy this morning when I left: only -7 or -6 degrees. many, many layers, keep moving...

The Krow

Let's set it up.. MTB Polo that would be some great fun. I've seen this at messenger gatherings such as the World Messenger Championship and random vids on YouTube. Sounds like a good thing to do in winter once cyclocross season ends. The snow would make it more entertaining.

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