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Just finally wanted to say Hi. My name's Jon, and I live in Northwest Arkansas. I'm primarily into all-mountain biking but I love road cycling too (specifically vintage scoots).

My current rides are...

Rocky Mountain Oxygen 50
Scott Genius LT custom
Cannondale Rush 5/Lefty
Zullo Special

Always glad to be here.
 

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Welcome aboard KrayZ.
 

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Yup, and yet another crazy welcome for ya KaryZ
 

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is there a limit on how many guys named Jon can be on two spoke at once?
Just Kidding welcome aboard, Livefreeridehard is also Jon:D
 

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Thanks guys. After I'm done moving I look forward to be able to ride around quite a bit more (which is no riding right now).
 

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Welcome to TS! You'll find a few other Arkansas cyclists here. . .
Good ones at that! Well I mean not that we all aren't good we just have a couple of exceptional ones from there! really liking the Cannondale MTB!
 

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Good ones at that! Well I mean not that we all aren't good we just have a couple of exceptional ones from there! really liking the Cannondale MTB!
Thanks, it's a super cool bike but when I decided I liked all-mountain better the Scott has since eclipsed it.

I hang on to the Cannondale for sentimental reasons, seeing as I have mountain biked on that bike in Arkansas, Missouri, South Carolina, North Carolina, and Colorado. Love that thing.

Truly, I want to build it into a lighter cross-country/touring bike.
 

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Here are some pics I grabbed off the local trail builders website.

This is the trail system I live by. Initially it just started out with a few guys, myself included. But people with money got involved and it has gotten a lot nicer. (few extra rules too, which I'm 50/50 on) We affectionately called it slaughterpen when it first came about since it was by a old pig slaughterhouse. The name stuck. I think most of the original guys are still involved, but I'm not sure anymore.

Regardless, it's still a great trail system.
 

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