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I'm sorry, but can someone point me in the right direction on where on this board to post up details/updates on upcoming rides?

I believe I'm scheduled for the weekend of 4/13 - 4/14 for a Mooch 3 Parker. Unfortunately, I can't make this happen and would need to reschedule this ride.
we dumped the schedule your good

I did want to ask if you think mooch will be good next weekend?
 

BPaze

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I'm sorry, but can someone point me in the right direction on where on this board to post up details/updates on upcoming rides?

I believe I'm scheduled for the weekend of 4/13 - 4/14 for a Mooch 3 Parker. Unfortunately, I can't make this happen and would need to reschedule this ride.
I'm sure many of us would still love to do the triple mooch just let us know when your free to do so just not in May I will be away most of May lol
 

serviceguy

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Not too impressed with Nobby Nics (pre-Addix) right now, washed the bike after 2 weeks of riding it the last time and both tires have busted sidewalls, one could be an unlucky side hit but the rear has a couple of radial straight lines that are bulging rather bad...I think I'll install the Minions until new bike.
 

Paul H

Fearless OOS Poser
The proper scale is 1 to 4, applying that ratio to your rating = 2.4 (not good)
Is that the rating based on canoeing?
The thing about HM is that the lowlands and highlands are dramatically different as in terms of how it handles moisture.
Highlands are totally rideable and there were couple soft spots but the lowlands were crap and there are rivers flowing thru them. But you have to ride the lowlands to get to the highlands so... eh...

@Paul H what trails did you hit and how are they? Looks good and tacky.
Strava is saved. I just did my regular loop and met Hector..... and Hector.... if you are reading this... stop lurking :p
https://www.strava.com/activities/2217603581
 
The thing about HM is that the lowlands and highlands are dramatically different as in terms of how it handles moisture.
Highlands are totally rideable and there were couple soft spots but the lowlands were crap and there are rivers flowing thru them. But you have to ride the lowlands to get to the highlands so... eh...
Many parks are like that, including the sourlands. Unless you have an access point to upper trails (or plan to get lifted in via chopper), then lower trails being bad nixes the entire park.
 
The thing about HM is that the lowlands and highlands are dramatically different as in terms of how it handles moisture.
Highlands are totally rideable and there were couple soft spots but the lowlands were crap and there are rivers flowing thru them. But you have to ride the lowlands to get to the highlands so... eh...


Strava is saved. I just did my regular loop and met Hector..... and Hector.... if you are reading this... stop lurking :p
https://www.strava.com/activities/2217603581
Should be dry by next weekend as long as we can go one week without rain
 

Mtbdog

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That pic of the river I posted? Underneath all that water... its all rocks.
Is that the fireroad behind JVC? You didn't do lower ancients and that was like your 2nd pic from the top of ancients before ganja farmer. The fireroads don't tell the story of the single track at all.The loops should be primo tomorrow. I'm going in at Sanderling.
 

Paul H

Fearless OOS Poser
Is that the fireroad behind JVC? You didn't do lower ancients and that was like your 2nd pic from the top of ancients before ganja farmer. The fireroads don't tell the story of the single track at all.The loops should be primo tomorrow. I'm going in at Sanderling.
Yep... right before the rocky climb
 

qclabrat

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70miler was good today around RV, roads are clear of snow so if you get bored of the canal there are options. Wind was brutal at times which was like riding the beach segment of the Cranbury 200k. New tires are soft and supple, great for touring but slower than my 100yo grandma. Will need to be changed
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