steelhammer wrote:I did my first night ride last night at the park using my new bike lights (one mounted on my helmet, the other mounted on the handlebars). It was a very surreal experience. I expected I would see at least a couple other mtn bikers, but there was no one else there but me (from what I could tell). Everything is so much different at night. You mistake all of the shadows you in the corner of your eyes for movement. Deer were everywhere, and while it was terrifying to get that close to them while riding on the trails, it was neat to spot them and then keep the light on them for a bit. Then there is of course the fear factor of being alone in the woods at night. Never would have pictured myself doing that in the past, but you kind of feed off of the adrenaline. The scary parts are when you are going slowly up a hill and have time to think and you hope no one is stalking you and getting ready to mug you.
yubb wrote:The forecast shows some flakes. Now you've got me hoping for snow. That'd be awesome. Completely miserable, especially if the water obstacles are still in, but awesome!
steelhammer wrote:PensFanInDC wrote:Yes, that is me. Froggy can back me up.
Love the Pvt. Pyle references.
Did one of the obstacles happen to be human or animal sacrifice?
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