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Thread: Holiday Light Ride - 12/22/04

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toobin' Tobin View Post
    Wow, I only had to bump this tread from page 2.

    Page 2 is an indication of how much the traffic has dropped off. It is not a good sign.

    December 14th is on my calendar. I will be there. Time to light up the bike.

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    Raise your skill level to the level of the trail, donít bring the level of the trail down to your riding level.

    Don't mind me, I'm just along for the ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toobin' Tobin View Post
    Wow, I only had to bump this tread from page 2.
    Just so long as you remembered to remember.

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    Quote Originally Posted by George View Post
    Just so long as you remembered to remember.
    Maybe he has a mnemonic to mnemonically assist him.
    Raise your skill level to the level of the trail, donít bring the level of the trail down to your riding level.

    Don't mind me, I'm just along for the ride.

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    400+ people showed up last night. Remember when it was just 10-15 of us? I remember one year where we started as a larger group and it was super cold & windy that most everyone bailed in the first quarter mile and it was just 4 of us riding.

    Rackspace likes to host community events for Windcrest & San Antonio which is awesome and I'm going to assume they/we will keep doing a ride like this one in the future. It will be structured differently to better accommodate the new demand (400+ people).

    That said, I'd like to steal the "mojo" holiday ride back next year and do it on a different night. While I had fun last night, I would have had more fun with a smaller group of riding friends.

    Anyway, Happy Holidays to all of my friends on this board. I hope we get to ride together again very soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toobin' Tobin View Post
    400+ people showed up last night. Remember when it was just 10-15 of us?

    Holy Moly!
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    Mr. Z, this is what you miss every year.


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    It was a great ride. I really enjoyed it. The weather was perfect. I saw a lot of friends riding, but they were scattered and hard to keep in contact. People scattered quickly after it ended.

    I like the idea of doing both rides. A smaller Mojo ride would be nice, and we could plan a longer ride with dinner afterwards.
    Raise your skill level to the level of the trail, donít bring the level of the trail down to your riding level.

    Don't mind me, I'm just along for the ride.

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    Bump from page 1.

    Tuesday the 13th.
    5:45PM.
    Parking lot of Office Depot/Pets Mart at the intersection of Crosswinds & Fourwinds.

    Rackspace is hosting their ride on the 19th. Attendance on that one has grown quite large... in the several hundreds.

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    The Windcrest Fire Dept. has maps of the winning houses every year. So I stopped by their station tonight and made a donation and then drove around Windcrest to find the awesomely decorated streets & top placing houses in preparation of tomorrow night's ride.

    Here is this years route if you'd like to do it on your own:

    2016 Windcrest Lights Ride in Windcrest, TX, United States | MapMyRide

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toobin' Tobin View Post
    The Windcrest Fire Dept. has maps of the winning houses every year. So I stopped by their station tonight and made a donation and then drove around Windcrest to find the awesomely decorated streets & top placing houses in preparation of tomorrow night's ride.

    Here is this years route if you'd like to do it on your own:

    2016 Windcrest Lights Ride in Windcrest, TX, United States | MapMyRide
    This thread was still on page one. It will be here before we know it, about a month and a half away.
    Date: dunno. I think we will just keep our eye on the forecast and pick a date that is gonna be nice-ish.

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    I'm going to have to get another light.
    "As long as I breathe, I attack"-Bernard Hinault
    I've got more skill on two wheels than the majority of people have on two legs.

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