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The Goat


Washington, DC

Member since:

April 1, 2014

What's your riding level (Total Newbie, Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced)?

I would say advanced, have experienced the great Pacific Northwest for the last 8 years, which in my opinion has very technical trails (not to mention the weather which asks for just that little more of your equipment) In my beginner years as a teenager more or less cross country and some urban BMX, than in the PNW more "All Mountain" and lately tried Super D and Downhill as well.

What's your favorite trail in the Maryland–Virginia–DC area?

Tarbell trail, Larch Mt., Hidden Falls, Falls creek, sxouson , Ape Canyon - Plains of Abraham. Sandy Ridge, Smith creek loop (all not in MD-VA-DC :-)) Well around here; the most fun I had on snow shoe Mt on the downhill trails in the summer

What is your weapon of choice (bicycle)?

Here in the MD DC area my 29" SS hardtail


They call me the "goat" it stuck and I like it. LOL

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