Michigan Mountain Biking Association
RMXByker wrote:Congrats. And no worries on asking the same questions; it just gives us an excuse to agrue again with one another!
flamingo wrote:please be patient with me when I ask redundant question
People on this forum love answering questions. The same topics get debated over and over again.
iamkickstand wrote:I can't even get my employer to install a shower in our new unbuilt office space so I can hit up maybury at lunch....
RMXByker wrote:iamkickstand wrote:I can't even get my employer to install a shower in our new unbuilt office space so I can hit up maybury at lunch....
The key is to go do a couple serious effort rides and come back to work...they'll put in a shower!
c0nsumer wrote:Welcome! Glad to hear you're enjoying yourself... It's darned addicting.
96m2comp wrote:And easy to empty the wallet for a "fix"!
sndmn2 wrote:Soooo.... Back in "86" I bought a Cannnadale sm700.. Rode it a few times, got married, had kids ,got into dirt bikes, Honda's, KTM's etc.. and the bike hung in the garage for 25 years. Started tinkering with the bike over the winter. I went into the local bike shop for a helmet and the salesman tells me there are a couple trails in my backyard if I'm so inclined. Island Lake. He says the "yellow" loop is more technical. So I decide to go ride the "blue" loop. While not the most exciting thing I've done in my life I had a good time. So I ride the blue loop three times a week for the last four weeks. I"m starting to really like this. So the other day I decided to try the more technical "yellow" loop. Shoot, I had a blast. I rodeit back to back to back.The quicker turns. The ups and downs with a little trail debris thrown in, reminds me more of dirt biking through the woods. I think I'm starting to get hooked. Anyways , I just wanted to say "hello" to the forum members and please be patient with me when I ask redundant question that I might not find answers to with the search button.
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