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Given controversy over Chuck Ayers’ firing and questions over the future direction of the organization, Cascade Bicycle Club’s annual meeting at REI on Oct. 21 should be a real barnburner. Already its message board is popping with folks saying they’ll be there to ask what’s up.

The first Outerbike, a kind of mega version of Interbike’s traditional Outdoor Demo pre-event in the Las Vegas desert, apparently went well.

Photo op: A bridge at Grand Ridge.

All the people riding had $3,000 bike at home and they left psyched to buy a $5,000 bike,” said Ashley Korenblat, owner of Western Spirit Cycling. “All the super high end brands just killed it. They were totally slammed.

On Issaquah’s Grand Ridge, the best close-in cross-country mountain biking trail to Seattle, the Washington Trails Association and King County Parks will dedicate the new Canyon Creek bridge on site at noon tomorrow.

In the case of a cheeseball tricycle capable of genitally lacerating tots, Toys Rn’t Us. The trikes have been recalled by Fisher-Price under the auspices of the Consumer Product Safety Commission.

Dangerous trike
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