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Old January 18th, 2019, 05:14
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I'm new to this forum but have been actively reading for years. It seems that the forum was started in Oliver Springs tn, so anyone regulars at windrock?

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Old January 18th, 2019, 06:30
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Re: Windrock popularity

I'm not a regular there, but I have run Windrock. I enjoyed it. It was as similar to the trails at Black Mountain/Harlan as any where.

I've run Turkey Bay/LBL more than any other spot simply due to location and cost.

As far as the forum, I assume you mean , being started in Oliver Springs, I'm not sure that is accurate.
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Old January 22nd, 2019, 07:49
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Re: Windrock popularity

was started in Southern California.

I've been to Windrock a couple times. I'm hoping to get back up that way around March with a group of guys.
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Old January 24th, 2019, 10:19
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was started in Southern California.

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nope...those guys are faaggs.


naxja started on another now defunct forum, and those old timer regulars took a risk, got off their ass and decided to meet together in moab at a double-secret location that I cannot mention.


we had a small group from several states show up.


the new concept was born from those campfire/wheeling sessions.
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Old January 24th, 2019, 10:37
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nope...those guys are faaggs.


naxja started on another now defunct forum, and those old timer regulars took a risk, got off their ass and decided to meet together in moab at a double-secret location that I cannot mention.


we had a small group from several states show up.


the new concept was born from those campfire/wheeling sessions.
I suppose the fact that it was super double top secret is why most people are under the impression it started out there.

I just know it certainly didn't start in TN.
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Old January 24th, 2019, 14:08
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Ahhhhh sorry for the wrong info. I could swore I read that somewhere on the forum. Anyways I have been going there quite frequently lately. If anyone is in the area and wanting to ride send me a pm.

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nope...those guys are faaggs.


naxja started on another now defunct forum, and those old timer regulars took a risk, got off their ass and decided to meet together in moab at a double-secret location that I cannot mention.


we had a small group from several states show up.


the new concept was born from those campfire/wheeling sessions.
Moab in 1999 correct?
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