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      Trail Rider

      Registered: May 2004
      Location: Rosemount
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      Downhill on Amasa Back
      Date: Thu May 5, 2005 Views: 4,155
      Filesize: 30.6kb, 231.3kb Dimensions: 1024 x 768
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      Keywords: Amasa downhill
      Trail Name: Amasa Back
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  1.   Thu May 5, 2005 3:53am
    1. Buck

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      Registered: March 2004
      Posts: 3,412

      Nice bike...were exactly are you landing??? Looks like a killer trail!
      L8R
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  1.   Thu May 5, 2005 12:56pm Rating: 10 
    1. iceskier

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      Registered: June 2003
      Location: Victoria
      Posts: 432

      Did he clean it? Looks like he may come up a bit short and have a rough landing. Really great pic though!!

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  1.   Thu May 5, 2005 1:20pm
    1. LightWeight

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      Registered: May 2004
      Location: Rosemount
      Posts: 498

      He actually landed to the right of those rocks. Todd is a nut. He had this spiked top-tube cover he got from some BMX shop. I don't know of too many other guys who could pull something like that off - that's for sure.
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  1.   Thu May 5, 2005 2:27pm Rating: 10 
    1. guest_s

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      Registered: April 2003
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      I love the pic......but I get crap for no helmet. What about some shin and knee pads? Man, if you eat it on those rocks......those bare knees are not gonna like you too much. What's funny is I would probably have my shin, knee pads, and gloves on and no helmet.....LOL.
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  1.   Thu May 5, 2005 2:30pm
    1. guest_s

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      Registered: April 2003
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      The spiked top tube cover is a local product from Big Cheese bmx products. It's one of those Quality Bike Product companies.....like Surly.
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  1.   Thu May 5, 2005 2:31pm
    1. Buck

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      I could pull it off, , hahahaha, j/k! kick ass pictures!!! post more, post more, post more!!!!!

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  1.   Thu February 2, 2006 10:43pm
    1. berrywise

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      Registered: April 2004
      Location: Maplewood
      Posts: 3,967

      Sweet. That must be a new addition on Amasa as I don't recall seeing that when I did it last.

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  1.   Mon February 13, 2006 4:13am Rating: 10 
    1. Kosk

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      Registered: April 2003
      Location: '428
      Posts: 1,358

      That's a fun hit, and a sweet trail! It was there when I went last may. Good stuff.

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