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    Singletracking 'till Dark

    Adam-in-Nevada and I went for a ride after work and got a quick 15-20 miles of 90% single track in before it got too dark here on the slopes of Peavine Mtn outside Reno NV. So nice and cool after a hot day, especially in the aspens and pines. There are still trails I have yet to explore on far side of mtn. Evan will recognize a lot of this footage from his rides here with us.
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    Always enjoy your videos and reports, Fred. Thanks for taking us along.
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    I'm really enjoying your video's. You're getting real good at them. Now, I could really enjoy this trail without puking in my helmet or crapping my drawers! That is until I hit a pine cone or something and end up hitting a tree or sprawled out on the forest floor!
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    Hidden Content A ride in the woods helps me relax and release tension. The fact I'm dragging a body should be entirely irrelevant?

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    Good stuff Fred, thanks for sharing!

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    Yeah, those are some fun easy trails, one can get a nice rhythm going and just go for miles and miles until something pretty ( or pretty stupid) causes a break. The mini whoops are a bit much for TW's suspension but right speed and body motions can result in something other than sea-sickness. Sure makes that headlight dance a bit though.

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    A nice ride at 1/20th of the speed.

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    Those trails look just about perfect for a TW! thanks for posting.

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