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Nasty NH MTB Trails?

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    Re: Nasty NH MTB Trails?


    Quote Originally Posted by black View Post
    so when?

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    Re: Nasty NH MTB Trails?

    ok.. 5:30

    am?

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    hmmmm......

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    Re: Nasty NH MTB Trails?

    Quote Originally Posted by black View Post
    ok.. 5:30

    am?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stoneman View Post
    Sounds eerily similar. I was pretty much incapacitated for most of the winter. I couldn't ride the snow machines, could only plow standing up on the wheeler, was unable to use the snowblower, couldn't get the bobhouse out, and did ZERO ice fishing this winter. I needed a cane just to get to work. I knew something was dreadfully wrong, so after a three years hiatus I finally saw a doctor. Once we got my "call 911" blood pressure under control (+/- 215/120), we also went to work on a massive dietary overhaul (watch the damn purine, sodium, sugar, fructose, etc.). All that and two knee drains has me to the point where I can get on the MB again. I can't fuckin' wait to start hammering that thing again!
    Wow, really similar. He couldn't touch sugar, wheat, corn, 99% of food in general and was barely walking. Few years later he occasionally cheats on sugar but usually pays the price. Hang in there brother!


    I can't do anything BUT flats. I've tried the clipless, I just couldn't set in with them. I got a decent set of Answer flats with metal studs that work great with the 5-10's I wear. I'll stick with those. No pedal scars since I switched.
    I just started using these New Balance 574's - basically walking shoes but they are super gummy and scored them for $30. Feel pretty good with Origin8 pedals + studs.

    I don't do good beer, but enjoy shitty beer and good schmoke. But as I said, if you make it out my way let me know!
    Not a bad combo either. You know anything about Hopkington-Everett lake area? Looking at family camping options and it's one of the places our national park pass covers.

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    Re: Nasty NH MTB Trails?

    Quote Originally Posted by black View Post
    so when?

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    Re: Nasty NH MTB Trails?

    Is vietnam in the franklin area still a thing?

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    Re: Nasty NH MTB Trails?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tekime View Post
    Wow, really similar. He couldn't touch sugar, wheat, corn, 99% of food in general and was barely walking. Few years later he occasionally cheats on sugar but usually pays the price. Hang in there brother!
    Yup, just about any food that made my life enjoyable: shellfish, haddock, trout, red meat, game, organs, turkey, even certain vegetables & nuts. Beer is a big shouldn't do either, but it's something I'm not willing to give up yet - even the shitty beer I drink! A lot of the other stuff to avoid, I don't really partake in anyway. I'm getting there!




    Quote Originally Posted by Tekime View Post
    I just started using these New Balance 574's - basically walking shoes but they are super gummy and scored them for $30. Feel pretty good with Origin8 pedals + studs.
    Yup, pretty much the same thing.



    Quote Originally Posted by Tekime View Post
    Not a bad combo either. You know anything about Hopkington-Everett lake area? Looking at family camping options and it's one of the places our national park pass covers.
    I've never camped nor MB'd there. But I've ridden dirtbike & wheelers out there. Same thing as Bear Brook - you can get yourself into trouble, but there's plenty of easy trails. If you make it there, shout out. It's only 30-40 minutes from me.

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    Re: Nasty NH MTB Trails?

    Quote Originally Posted by xrocket21 View Post
    Is vietnam in the franklin area still a thing?
    Yes.

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    Re: Nasty NH MTB Trails?

    NEMBA bought a part of the land, and it is pretty active. I've only been a couple times, but I believe it's one of the more active spots in that area.

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    Re: Nasty NH MTB Trails?

    In addition to everything already mentioned, Fort Rock in Exeter, NH is a lot of fun. It's somehow pretty technical while still having plenty of flow. Lots of rock, as the name would imply. Some fun bridges. Couple neat jumps, but nothing crazy. Google image search of "fort rock Exeter mountain bike" gives you a good idea of what to expect. There is a tunnel under 101, the riding is pretty different on each side.

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    Re: Nasty NH MTB Trails?

    i maybe headed to LLF, Billerica or Harold parker tomorrow. Early say 8am

    If anyone wants to join an intermediate skill rider who is still working on the stamina


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    hmmmm......

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    Well I hooked up with some guys Saturday who are building a DH flow track on 75 acres w/ about 250ft of drop. Did a little trail work and took some runs. Very early stages but lofty plans - jumps, walls, etc. All super neat and quick. They already cleared about 1/2 the trail and have a tractor to drag a giant blade and haul sand from the on-site pit. Tons of wood and planning to set up a mill to produce most of the boards. If it actually comes together it should be a lot of fun! Might try to pull a little crew together to do some work on it next month.

    Everyone I talk to is telling me to go to Highlands. I think I *might* have one free weekend in July.

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