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Discussion in 'Rides, Races and Events' started by Norm, May 20, 2010.
Don't sweat it....It'll buff out.
Classics... Delaware... Nascar
This bike is either an e-bike or for sex practice.
Found this on Bike Rumor. Was going to post this as a joke in the e-bike thread but it seems to bee to serious!!
There's a full moon rising! Go out and feel the night!
@mattybfat what did you do?!?
Stolen Taylor ham leads to assault charges in Hackettstown
Best line: "The report is not clear on whether the ham was part of a sandwich"
Could be an article for the Onion.
the officer also determined that the dispute also involved beer
^^^ job well done ^^^
Talk about carrying around a spare tire...lol... (as seen in.central jersey)
@UtahJoe or @Mountain Bike Mike is this standard practice? Or just safety measure for riding in NJ?
this is clearly the next trend in cycling. everyone needs the ability to push up to ten inches.
This makes perfect sense...
B: yo Homey, let's go scope some bitches
W; Dude, I need to run to the junk yard and pick up some new tires for my Cavalier
B: hell yeah, dats wussup.
W: can we take your car?
B: Naw son, i go no duckets for gas and I don't get paid until the first
W: let's take the bikes
B: Aight Bet
How do shops still think Lance is ok?
Guess I won't be stopping here ever again except to use their pump and bathroom.
Drew was up for a couple days for fall break and "The Boss" had a meeting in Philly on Friday, so we Surprised Lane at his dorm.
First time in 2 months the twins were together.
We even managed a meal with all 3 boys w/out bloodshed.
Yes, Eric stole my Halter's cap..... again.
This weekend, Dee and I roadtripped up to Manchester and Burlington, Vermont. Then headed through the Champlain Islands on Route 2 to the Canadian Border and down to Lake George. 950 miles total. Not many pics; I think we are pictured-out from Greece and wanted a low-key leaf-peeping weekend.
I had never been to the border away from an ICE controlled border crossing so we decided to find one. Line Road in Alburgh, VT. The corn on the left is in Canada and the trees on the right are in the USA.
Dee wanted a picture with the Raptor and the border sign. I couldn't help but think of the John Candy movie, Canadian Bacon.
Ausable Chasm in Keeseville, NY. We didn't expect this to be so awesome. There are tons of trails in the area to hike. We might have to head back next summer.
That looks like a mini Niagara Falls, did u get engaged?
my college roommate lives a bit upstream on the ausable river. great area.
Saw on the Facewall you guys went to Citizen Cider- yeah, my wife made me go there too.
Small price to pay for her help muling back 7 cases of Heady though.