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Buy, Sell, Trade / Re: FS 2008 Specialized Womens ERA FS, small
« on: April 05, 2017, 12:51:29 PM »
Bike still available?

Fishers park maintenance Twitter handle posted that the trails were yellow this morning.  Not sure how it's being handled but since it's in conflict, thought I'd point it out. 


Buy, Sell, Trade / 2010 Giant Anthem X2 Medium
« on: April 24, 2016, 09:28:05 PM »
2010 Giant Anthem X2 - $975 (Franklin or Nashville, IN)

For sale is a 2010 Giant Anthem X2.

Size is Medium.

Original owner. Regularly serviced.

Can meet at Brown County State Park for a test ride or at my house in Franklin.

Bike is stock except the new tires put on last summer.

Details/specs can be found at the following links:



Let me know if you have any questions.

Ryan (bike is my dads but I ride with him all the time. You would be meeting with him)

Craigslist post:


Brown County State Park / Found some protective glasses
« on: April 17, 2016, 09:38:31 PM »
Rode today and found a pair of plastic protective glasses on HP. They we sitting on the stone wall by the old foundation at the bottom.  The brand is Cook and they have what appears to be a name on them.  Melsheimer.


Can I get some more specs on the build?

Where are you located,


Flat Fork Creek Park (Fisher) / Re: Trail Conditions
« on: March 08, 2016, 01:23:47 PM »
Trails rideable today?


Newbies Corner / Kids Bikes - Isla Bikes
« on: October 09, 2015, 07:58:25 PM »
Anybody have experience with Isla Bikes?

I'm looking to get my kids new bikes for Christmas and am frustrated by the weight of kids' bikes (ages 6 and 5).  My 6 year old daughters 20" inch bike weighs a few pounds more than my xl frame 29er. 

The website has the weight of the 20" at 17.3 and the 24" just I've 19lbs.

Everything I've found on the brand is positive but I wondered if anyone had first hand experience. 



Ps wasn't sure which category to put this under...

Events / Re: Brown County Epic
« on: October 05, 2015, 02:37:27 PM »
How far is the Cooked Creek SAG into the "standar" route?

Events / Re: Brown County Epic
« on: October 05, 2015, 11:45:36 AM »
Thanks Nate.  He rides in the park all the time so I would guess he would want to ride the other trails.

Anyway I could get a location for the 2 SAG's?



Events / Re: Brown County Epic
« on: October 04, 2015, 06:28:04 PM »
I am planing to ride with my dad and neither of us have ever done the event.   He'd like to stick to 25-30 miles and I'd like to do around 50-60.  Is there a good place he can join me half way (he can be dropped off by mom anywhere necessary)?


Events / Re: Volunteer's Needed - HMBA - Hoosier Outdoor Experience
« on: September 18, 2015, 04:22:02 PM »
I am volunteering Saturday afternoon.

My 5 year old son, whom loves to bike, is coming along.  Will it be a problem for him to ride in with me on his bike?


Find a Trail / Re: Utah, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri
« on: April 24, 2015, 11:10:52 AM »
Thanks for the replies.

The heat will definitely be a factor.

The place in Kansas will be a great place to stop. 


Find a Trail / Utah, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri
« on: April 22, 2015, 10:22:42 AM »
My family is taking our travel trailer out west this summer.  My wife and kids are going to fly home from Salt Lake City and my dad and I are going to drive the travel trailer home.  We have 5 days to make the trip, so we are looking to plan it so we can stop and ride in different areas.  As of now, we are planning on spending a day or so in Park City, UT and making a stop for a night in Moab.  Any body have any recommendations for places to ride across the 70 corridor the rest of the way home? 


All -

As I have never ridden in this area, I have a question that I was hoping someone would help me out with (I can assure you answering it won't be your undoing).  On the map I bought it sure looks like you can access Hickory Ridge Trail #4 from Hunter Creek Lane but on the Sub 9 Google map I am not so sure.  I don't want to end up on private property.  Any help would be appreciated.



Question.  The FAQ of the website indicates that the HNF pass is included in the fee but the email I got when registering indicates that riders should have $5 cash to buy the pass.  Just looking for clarification.

[/color]~ What does my entry fee get me?[/b][/font][/color]
[/color]Sub-9 Death March participants get access to free primitive onsite tent camping at the Midwest Trail Ride Horseman's Camp, changing rooms and showers (weather permitting) for after the ride, "rolling" sag support with food, water and some mechanical assistance, FREE commemorative t-shirt, a [/color]hot, catered meal from Qdoba (featuring the hot naked burrito bar and dessert) after the ride, one-day Hoosier National Forest pass for each team member and more!  Participants 21 and over will also enjoy a beer tasting from Sun King Brewing after the ride.[/size][/font][/color]

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