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Post by zeek » Wed Sep 24, 2008 8:42 pm

My sympathies to his family and friends. I am shocked ,saddened and moved by this tragedy.

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Post by Cloxxki » Fri Sep 26, 2008 12:38 am

I didn't know Gregg personally either, but the forums he created here are benefitting me to a great extent as well. Even a bike review he posted co-prompted me to go ahead with a bike purchase recently.

I'm very sorry to hear about his untimely loss.

Just yesterday I heard of another man who had passed, he collapsed from his bike. And now the bike takes one more. I will say the same again as yesterday. When you die riding, you were definately too young to go. But then, in the saddle is how I'd hope to go, if I had to go too young.

My sympathies go out to Gregg's family and friends. Someone who can put so much effort towards the good for others, will surely leave a big void in many a heart.

Ride the eternal bike and ski trails till we catch up, Gregg. Sorry that we'll only be able meet up there.
I'll miss your positive attitude around here and

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Post by Alpinord » Mon Sep 29, 2008 5:32 pm

Wow! This is truly saddening. My condolences to all affected and close to Gregg. My communications with Gregg were always enjoyable and positive. I've learned a lot from the 'community' he created. I hope it lives on in his honor.
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Post by fishskicanoe » Fri Oct 03, 2008 7:11 am

Since I'm not a much of a biker, I just found out about this now. How incredibly sad.

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