51, Husband, father of 2, teacher of history, Japanese and PE. Love coaching the Whatcom County Composite high school XC mtb team.
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Mountain Biking's Best Rip Mega Course in 'Rhythm' - Video
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Tracey Hannah Rides Serious Australian Tech - Video
This arrived on the Winter Solstice. Up here in the upper left-hand corner of the continental US, about an hour south of Vancouver, the solstice means that the days will slowly begin to lengthen, the opportunities to ride without lights will increase, and the seasonal riders will return to the trails. At the moment, I'll take the empty long-night trails, and imagine I am railing our sodden loam with Tracey's speed.
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Dec 19, 2016 at 23:59Dec 19, 2016
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Dec 19, 2016 at 23:58Dec 19, 2016
Cool. I always appreciate skillful riding. Trials on an AM bike is so tough. Spot on, mate. I love riding on campuses, and Farleigh Further Education College (0:22) is worth researching a little. Love that schools like that exist, especially in light of the number of people I've met, and friends I have who are on the spectrum. Campus looks nice too, so many trials opportunities.
Nov 24, 2016 at 22:29Nov 24, 2016
Nov 23, 2016 at 22:11Nov 23, 2016
@baggyferret: I did neg this comment. (face palm) Why do you have to make it personal? Fearless people end up doing stupid stuff. Ash isn't doing stupid stuff, just wrestling with the challenge of overcoming the voice in his head doubting what his heart is confident he can do. The unknown, and the imagined consequences of failure might be called fear... helps keep us from being over-confident when we don't have the experience to back up the urge to go for it.
Nov 23, 2016 at 22:05Nov 23, 2016
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Nov 21, 2016 at 16:21Nov 21, 2016
@buspilot: Been out scouting spots for after the apocalypse... Just kidding of course. Still having trouble accepting the reality of a ______ presidency. I can't even bring myself to type the name! It'll be interesting to see what happens when he starts compromising on some of the issues he'll have to compromise on. Many of his followers are not going to be happy. That said, life goes on, and I've been out on the KTM every weekend and many days commuting. Numerous MTB and trials rides, and even finally got back on the road bike and commuted the 16km to and from work today. Need to be healthy in both mind and body. Loads of work to do. :-)
Nov 21, 2016 at 16:16Nov 21, 2016
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