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Lindsey80

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I saw a bike with paddles on it out at jawbone....course the guy had a 1500 Hyabusa and is the current Senior Hillclimbing Champion at 70.

OK then, there is a living Neanderthal ! the assault against me should be redirected to another now eh?

So you guys on the thread know, I have a couple guys chasing me telling me I'm old. so when you mentioned 70 I HAD to jump on it! We old farts CREATED this activity and BUILT the machines... we deserve respect and sacrifices and donations from these yapping youngsters!. Give it a few minutes, they'll be here! all in fun- I know where they BOTH live so going too far for them is not an option they should take......:wink:

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WOOHOO!!! This weekend is ON!!! Rain today then clear for the rest of the week. Snow level is a good 1500 feet above were we'll be!!! Conditions should be EPIC! Lindsey80 will have a handfull of new riding buddies! I just hope we'll be able to find a camp spot. Just me and a couple hundred of my closest friends! MWKE??? No response??? Can't find the dirt tires in the garage???:laugh:

Happy Thanksgiving everyone!

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