Saturday, January 9th, 2010

2010 Henry Coe Trailwork Kick Off

It all started on MTBR. I strongly urge you to read the original thread, because you can find a lot of good information and fun conversation there.

As far as I'm concerned, that thread shows following (so you REALLY should read it IMAO):

1. a video I made to document the makeover we did to a few sections on Jackson Trail.


If you can't view this flash, you can watch it on YouTube

2. I'm ripped.

3. I attack a tick with a McCloud.


(Artist: Brian, aka knobs)

4. I *fly* down Jackson.


(Photographer: Charlie, aka Skyline35).

4 Responses

  1. Alison Chaikenon 10 Jan 2010 at 10:09 pm

    Awesome post as always, Mei. I really enjoy your blog. The surf music is perfect.

    I love trailwork and can wield a McCloud, so lemme know the next time you guys are going.

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    mudworm

    Hi Alison! I'm glad to hear that you enjoy my blog. For all I know, you might be the only one who read it. :mrgreen: I think another trailwork day is planned for Jan 30, a day when Mr. Mud is on call again. You are welcome to join me there if you are not racing on your road bike somewhere that weekend.

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    mudworm

    Oh BTW, I should have mentioned, Mr. Mud picked the music for me for that video. He did a great job!

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  2. Alison Chaikenon 11 Jan 2010 at 9:37 pm

    On January 30 I'll be hanging with my other peeps at She's Geeky (http://shesgeeky.org/). I know you're shocked to learn I'm geeky.

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