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#40251 2019-06-06 2:04pm

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Re: North Carolina Riders

I've been thinking of going to Cary to ride the park. Any body want to meet and ride some time?

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#40252 2019-06-06 6:56pm

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Re: North Carolina Riders

I’m new to Charlotte. Going to be in Huntersville/Cornelius/Concord area. Any ride outs going down in the future?


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#40253 2019-06-07 7:11pm

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Re: North Carolina Riders

blammo585 wrote:

I've been thinking of going to Cary to ride the park. Any body want to meet and ride some time?

When you comjing up?


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#40254 2019-06-07 7:12pm

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Re: North Carolina Riders

Arclite74 wrote:

I’m new to Charlotte. Going to be in Huntersville/Cornelius/Concord area. Any ride outs going down in the future?

Welcome, we were tninking of getting one together not long ago. It's been a while


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#40255 2019-06-08 6:55pm

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Re: North Carolina Riders

It's night ride season!


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#40256 2019-06-09 9:51am

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Re: North Carolina Riders

RadicalNick wrote:

blammo585 wrote:

I've been thinking of going to Cary to ride the park. Any body want to meet and ride some time?

When you comjing up?

Most any weekend is fine with me as long as it's not raining.

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#40257 2019-06-14 5:46am

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Is King BMX show still in business? I tried sending an email yesterday to the email on their site, and it was immediately returned as undeliverable.

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#40258 2019-06-14 10:07am

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I dont think so. Not after all that happened. But JT probably knows for sure.


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#40259 2019-06-14 11:55am

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I dont think so. Not after all that happened. But JT probably knows for sure.

I know they did the show for last year's Bike Day in Rock Hill, and that was after all that stuff happened that we had read about on here. Although, Keith King himself was not there.

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#40260 2019-06-14 11:58am

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I just looked at this year's webpage, too, and they were also scheduled to do that show as well.

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#40261 2019-06-14 1:27pm

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Re: North Carolina Riders

Hey guys - just a reminder. We want to do a display of bikes from you guys at the American Flatland Association's Round 3 contest in Winston-Salem on July 20th. I can't figure out how to display the flyer on the page but it's on http://www.afabmx.com/. Mark Eaton will be the DJ and times are 10am until 7pm starting with beginner, old's cool, expert then pro. Got lots of good prizes for the classes as well. The venue is called the Ramkat - it's a two story music venue and there will be an after party at 8:30 at the venue. The website for the venue is https://www.theramkat.com/. Come out, display the bike, ride, hang out - have a good time. Hope you can make it. Email me at bryan.huffman@corning.com if you have questions.

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#40262 2019-06-14 4:51pm

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Re: North Carolina Riders

RadicalNick wrote:

I dont think so. Not after all that happened. But JT probably knows for sure.

He posts pics of shows on Facebook but not with the same frequency as before. I'm sure there's some reputation rebuilding going on and he's measuring his exposure.

And on to Huffman's contest, if you guys don't know, this is a pro level contest featuring some of the best flatlanders in the country. Great opportunity to show off some vintage rides and watch high level flatland.


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#40263 2019-06-14 4:57pm

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Re: North Carolina Riders

huffmanbc wrote:

Hey guys - just a reminder. We want to do a display of bikes from you guys at the American Flatland Association's Round 3 contest in Winston-Salem on July 20th. I can't figure out how to display the flyer on the page but it's on http://www.afabmx.com/. Mark Eaton will be the DJ and times are 10am until 7pm starting with beginner, old's cool, expert then pro. Got lots of good prizes for the classes as well. The venue is called the Ramkat - it's a two story music venue and there will be an after party at 8:30 at the venue. The website for the venue is https://www.theramkat.com/. Come out, display the bike, ride, hang out - have a good time. Hope you can make it. Email me at bryan.huffman@corning.com if you have questions.

Dang, this sounds awesome! I would be there if not out of town already. rollmad

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#40264 2019-06-15 4:21am

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Re: North Carolina Riders

carbon8 wrote:

huffmanbc wrote:

Hey guys - just a reminder. We want to do a display of bikes from you guys at the American Flatland Association's Round 3 contest in Winston-Salem on July 20th. I can't figure out how to display the flyer on the page but it's on http://www.afabmx.com/. Mark Eaton will be the DJ and times are 10am until 7pm starting with beginner, old's cool, expert then pro. Got lots of good prizes for the classes as well. The venue is called the Ramkat - it's a two story music venue and there will be an after party at 8:30 at the venue. The website for the venue is https://www.theramkat.com/. Come out, display the bike, ride, hang out - have a good time. Hope you can make it. Email me at bryan.huffman@corning.com if you have questions.

Dang, this sounds awesome! I would be there if not out of town already. rollmad

I'll be there! smile


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"Two hundred years of American technology has unwittingly created a massive cement playground of unlimited potential. But it was the the minds of 11 year olds that could see that potential."
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#40265 2019-06-15 4:23pm

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Re: North Carolina Riders

Another greenway ride today. Took the fancy pants bike out today cool What a perfect day for a group ride. sad we need to get something together before winter lolhttp://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/132277/d85c228b-dc57-4b12-9d92-c2fa0b5538e05d057d215b.jpeg


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#40266 2019-06-15 4:35pm

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Re: North Carolina Riders

RadicalNick wrote:

carbon8 wrote:

huffmanbc wrote:

Hey guys - just a reminder. We want to do a display of bikes from you guys at the American Flatland Association's Round 3 contest in Winston-Salem on July 20th. I can't figure out how to display the flyer on the page but it's on http://www.afabmx.com/. Mark Eaton will be the DJ and times are 10am until 7pm starting with beginner, old's cool, expert then pro. Got lots of good prizes for the classes as well. The venue is called the Ramkat - it's a two story music venue and there will be an after party at 8:30 at the venue. The website for the venue is https://www.theramkat.com/. Come out, display the bike, ride, hang out - have a good time. Hope you can make it. Email me at bryan.huffman@corning.com if you have questions.

Dang, this sounds awesome! I would be there if not out of town already. rollmad

I'll be there! smile

Sounds like a blast.


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#40267 2019-06-15 4:37pm

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Re: North Carolina Riders

DamageInc wrote:

Another greenway ride today. Took the fancy pants bike out today cool What a perfect day for a group ride. sad we need to get something together before winter lolhttp://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … d215b.jpeg

Great day for it, heck all week the weather has been perfect for a ride.

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#40268 2019-06-15 7:12pm

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Re: North Carolina Riders

big_smile


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#40269 2019-06-17 4:27pm

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Re: North Carolina Riders

Rolled into Manhattan Saturday night and saw some kids on Rippers doing wheelies past Madison Square Garden.


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#40270 2019-06-19 6:07pm

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Re: North Carolina Riders

JTinNC wrote:

Rolled into Manhattan Saturday night and saw some kids on Rippers doing wheelies past Madison Square Garden.

Watchu doin in the big Apple JT? Vacation?


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#40271 2019-06-20 7:51am

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Yep. We did two full days in Manhattan, then meandered through Connecticut, stopped in Neeport, RI to see the Breakers and the other old mansions. We rolled into Boston for a quick stop at my cousin's place, now we are at her mountain house in Vermont.  We may try to get to Maine before heading back south. Busy but fun trip sight seeing along the east coast.


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#40272 2019-06-20 6:23pm

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Re: North Carolina Riders

JTinNC wrote:

Yep. We did two full days in Manhattan, then meandered through Connecticut, stopped in Neeport, RI to see the Breakers and the other old mansions. We rolled into Boston for a quick stop at my cousin's place, now we are at her mountain house in Vermont.  We may try to get to Maine before heading back south. Busy but fun trip sight seeing along the east coast.

Very nice!! cool


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#40273 2019-06-20 7:15pm

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Re: North Carolina Riders

JTinNC wrote:

Yep. We did two full days in Manhattan, then meandered through Connecticut, stopped in Neeport, RI to see the Breakers and the other old mansions. We rolled into Boston for a quick stop at my cousin's place, now we are at her mountain house in Vermont.  We may try to get to Maine before heading back south. Busy but fun trip sight seeing along the east coast.

Awesome trip! I love the New England states  but I dread the tolls. Best time of year to be there too, much cooler. Makes for great memories and sight seeing I bet.

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#40274 2019-06-22 9:44am

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Heading to Maine today then back south. We've had a great time so far!


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#40275 2019-06-26 10:53am

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big_smile


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