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Illustrated Ride Report: Thelma & Louise Get Dirty (Cross Post from Cyclo-Cross Forum)(5 posts)

Illustrated Ride Report: Thelma & Louise Get Dirty (Cross Post from Cyclo-Cross Forum)lonefrontranger
Oct 15, 2002 7:42 PM
Once again, roadies need only open if you dare:

lonefrontranger "Illustrated Ride Report, Day 2: Thelma and Louise go offroad..." 10/15/02 8:39pm
D@nm you LFR now I have dirt ride envy bigtime.MB1
Oct 16, 2002 3:37 AM
There are some rides like that around here (without the really long mountain views)but we are having a Noreaster today and the trails will be wet for days.

I won't be able to fill my dirt Jones till the weekend.
re: Illustrated Ride Report: Thelma & Louise Get Dirty (Cross Post from Cyclo-Cross Forum)koala
Oct 16, 2002 3:44 AM
I must learn to carry my drool cup around.
Awesome pics and descrips. Makes me miss off-roadin'velocity
Oct 16, 2002 12:41 PM
I've been angling for a cross bike for years now. Living in NYC though in a small one-bedroom, it's very hard to justify a third bike. Don't even have a mtn bike anymore. Boohoo..
Thelma: how did the bikes work as getaway vehicles????JohnG
Oct 16, 2002 3:17 PM
hehehe........ so I take it that the locals didn't chase you gals off a cliff???

Sweet pics. I like the pine trees ........ mostly sage around here in So Ca (which I actually rather like) unless we crawl up to the "real" mountains.

Kudos for clearing the stairsteps. That looks like a pretty difficult fall line!!! :-)

ride on
JohnG