RRob - Get Serious about your training course!

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Re: RRob - Get Serious about your training course!

Post by RRob » Thu Jul 10, 2008 7:11 pm

Roadracer_Al wrote:Wow. The big guy with no gear makes me look like fucking Tinkerbelle. And he can ride.
+1. I guess I can't play the fat card anymore. I'm inspired. :dry:

I've got this massive 36" diameter tree trunk I could drag up to the yard along with some smaller pieces. Kyler, bring the video camera next time. This is gonna be good. Hey y'all watch this! Seriously, how bad could it hurt? :brows:

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Re: RRob - Get Serious about your training course!

Post by Rut Row » Thu Jul 10, 2008 7:28 pm

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Roadracer_Al wrote:Wow. The big guy with no gear makes me look like fucking Tinkerbelle. And he can ride.
+1. I guess I can't play the fat card anymore. I'm inspired. :dry:

I've got this massive 36" diameter tree trunk I could drag up to the yard along with some smaller pieces. Kyler, bring the video camera next time. This is gonna be good. Hey y'all watch this! Seriously, how bad could it hurt? :brows:
My brother said that once - and laid in the hospital for a week! :nono:

On a serious note, I like the idea of different sized trees - say 12", 24" and Ohmygawd

I may never be as fast as y'all but I do plan on being as technically proficient
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Re: RRob - Get Serious about your training course!

Post by Roadracer_Al » Thu Jul 10, 2008 9:30 pm

Technical proficiency is the leading contributing factor to fastness.**

Ken, I agree - the NoGATT dude definitely looks trials-y. He hops the front and rear of the bike around.

The diagonal trees on the uphill section made my butt pucker.

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** Data sourced from the Office of Made Up Statistics.

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Re: RRob - Get Serious about your training course!

Post by Bucho » Fri Jul 11, 2008 12:23 am

The side hill log hopping was awesome. Rob bring some derelict car out there that we can hop and ride all over.
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Re: RRob - Get Serious about your training course!

Post by Rut Row » Sat Jul 12, 2008 9:45 am

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