Dry trails: an elegy

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  • Dry trails: an elegy
  • no_eyed_deer
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    Goodbye dry trails, you once shone bright.
    Like sunlight through dusty titanium.
    You allowed me to feel like Aaaron Gwin, nailing each berm.
    Did I float through the air like Brian Lopes, dropping onto rocks, flying?
    With a chain coated in a gentle film of oil, and every steel link singing,
    The miles passed in a flurry.
    As legs and sidewalls clung within a growing film of dust, their every witness,
    The torrid breath of the dry summer trail.

    Premier Icon JoeG
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    WTF is an elegy? ❓

    pete68
    Member

    Very good.(quick edit)

    Premier Icon Northwind
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    You illiterate lot, an elegy is a poetic lament, usually for the dead.

    Premier Icon mattjg
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    You illiterate lot, an elegy is a poetic lament, usually for the dead.

    We’re wasted here.

    chip
    Member

    Ordered a bender fender xl and rear fender from muckynutz today.
    Can’t remember the last time I washed my bike, looks like that’s about to change to returning home from every ride with a bicycle shaped mud pie.

    pete68
    Member

    Fair enough. Learn something new everyday.

    You are an excellent Eugooglizer

    no_eyed_deer
    Member

    Thanks! (Tongue was slightly hovering cheek-wards with this, as it came to me while riding on Sunday, but thanks 😉 )

    Glad to share.. 😀

    gearfreak
    Member

    *Sheds a tear*

    wordnumb
    Member

    WTF is an elegy?

    It’s when you don’t like a certain type of food so you pretend there’s a medical reason you shouldn’t have to eat it. But that’s not important right now.

    bigyinn
    Member

    What we need is for lots of people to buy and fit mud tyres, mudguards, waterproof clothing and seal skinz socks.
    That should help turn the weather back to unseasonably dry.

    Premier Icon Northwind
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    I spent a little time last night replacing studs in my ice spikers, that’s probably raised the ambient temperature by a degree or two.

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