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    Tearing it up. Waco Mudder Club's Avatar
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    Let's rip up the trails

    Come on out and ride. The trails should be great. I was worried the afternoon sun was going to dry them up, but the recent showers should make them perfect -- wet and slick.

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    hey can you build some sweet jumps as well, maybe right into the puddle for an unlimited splash factor??




    mud tickles when it hits my face...hehe

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    Sweet jumps...sounds like a plan


    I hope everyone is taking advantage of the wet trails. It's only rained three times in the last two months so you got to ride em while you can.


    Anyone have a suggestion for a good mud shedding tire that can also grip the wet rocks?

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    welderman snglespdr's Avatar
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    may I suggest........... studded snow tires......work great in only the most adverse conditions..

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    Looks like y'all had a good time, but trail etiquette says ride thru the middle of the mud and not off the side of the trail.


    I didn't see any sweet jumps though.
    "No bike does everything perfectly. In fact, no bike does anything until someone gets on it to ride."

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    Quote Originally Posted by snglespdr View Post
    hey can you build some sweet jumps as well, maybe right into the puddle for an unlimited splash factor??




    mud tickles when it hits my face...hehe
    it obviously states that you jump/ride through the middle of the puddle, not around the wet spot so that you keep single track single...now carry on

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