Reminder - BRP Never Closes (Unless its wet)

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Sasquatch1413
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Reminder - BRP Never Closes (Unless its wet)

Postby Sasquatch1413 » Wed Nov 04, 2015 9:10 am

Saw the posts about SMP and Kill Creek and thought I'd remind everyone that BRP never closes in the evenings. The park is accessible year round unless it is closed due wet trail conditions. The gates at the Tennis Courts or Brown Athletic (ball fields on blue ridge just East of Holmes) never close, at least I've never seen them closed. Go out and night ride your legs off into the wee hours.
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Re: Reminder - BRP Never Closes

Postby Nutball » Wed Nov 04, 2015 8:57 pm

It was awesome out there tonight...what better way to break in a new toy than a solo night ride. Actually ran into a few others out there but I was too out of shape to chat much - my bad whoever you guys were.

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Re: Reminder - BRP Never Closes

Postby watts888 » Thu Nov 05, 2015 9:05 am

Sasquatch1413 wrote:thought I'd remind everyone that BRP never closes.

Except the obvious "wet trail" scenarios. Unless you ride a horse. Rules don't apply when you ride a horse.
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Re: Reminder - BRP Never Closes (Unless its wet)

Postby Dr.Dover » Thu Nov 12, 2015 11:09 am

How do you like that ride? I've been eyeing a Stache recently. Seems like a really fun bike.
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Re: Reminder - BRP Never Closes (Unless its wet)

Postby Somefearinhere » Sun Nov 15, 2015 1:56 pm

Dr.Dover wrote:How do you like that ride? I've been eyeing a Stache recently. Seems like a really fun bike.


Dover...ride the Specialized Fuse....if you like special eds you might like it.
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Re: Reminder - BRP Never Closes (Unless its wet)

Postby Dr.Dover » Wed Nov 18, 2015 5:47 pm

Somefearinhere wrote:
Dr.Dover wrote:How do you like that ride? I've been eyeing a Stache recently. Seems like a really fun bike.


Dover...ride the Specialized Fuse....if you like special eds you might like it.


I sold my Special ed on principal. I put my money where my mouth was, and bought something else, when they were going after the small companies with silly lawsuits. It would be hard chewing for me to go back.

I do think it's a cool bike though.
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Re: Reminder - BRP Never Closes (Unless its wet)

Postby Nutball » Sat Nov 21, 2015 2:11 pm

Dr.Dover wrote:How do you like that ride? I've been eyeing a Stache recently. Seems like a really fun bike.


Love the bike. I never thought I would sell my Yelli Screamy but it is just collecting dust after getting the Stache. Still playing with tire pressure but the bike is awesome. I haven't had the chance (or desire) to play with chainstay length yet but the midway point has been dang good so far. Mine is a 19.5 and your welcome to try it some time.

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Re: Reminder - BRP Never Closes (Unless its wet)

Postby Somefearinhere » Tue Nov 24, 2015 3:25 pm

Nutball wrote:
Dr.Dover wrote:How do you like that ride? I've been eyeing a Stache recently. Seems like a really fun bike.


Love the bike. I never thought I would sell my Yelli Screamy but it is just collecting dust after getting the Stache. Still playing with tire pressure but the bike is awesome. I haven't had the chance (or desire) to play with chainstay length yet but the midway point has been dang good so far. Mine is a 19.5 and your welcome to try it some time.


What size is this Yelli you mention...any interest in selling it?
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Re: Reminder - BRP Never Closes (Unless its wet)

Postby Nutball » Tue Nov 24, 2015 7:22 pm

Somefearinhere wrote:
What size is this Yelli you mention...any interest in selling it?


It is a large 2013 black anodized frame. I am crossing my fingers in hopes to get one or two more rides on it before putting it up for sale in December. I thought you already had a Yelli? I plan on selling the frame, headset and seat-post collar together. I may also sell the fork (2010 Reba dual air) and a few other random parts I have stashed around. I am keeping the drivetrain, wheels, and brakes off the Yelli for sure.

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Re: Reminder - BRP Never Closes (Unless its wet)

Postby Somefearinhere » Tue Dec 01, 2015 5:25 pm

Nutball wrote:
Somefearinhere wrote:
What size is this Yelli you mention...any interest in selling it?


It is a large 2013 black anodized frame. I am crossing my fingers in hopes to get one or two more rides on it before putting it up for sale in December. I thought you already had a Yelli? I plan on selling the frame, headset and seat-post collar together. I may also sell the fork (2010 Reba dual air) and a few other random parts I have stashed around. I am keeping the drivetrain, wheels, and brakes off the Yelli for sure.


Someone ganked it out of the back of my truck at Sandtrap a couple years ago....miss it.
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