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SPECIALIZED 2001 PRODUCT LAUNCH
Camp Woodward, PA
Story and Photos by Grant Hansen
Having the opportunity to ride at Camp Woodward is in itself enough to get us drooling. Then, on top of that, throw in the fact that we’d have a full line of great bikes at our disposal to ride -- on all the different types of terrain -that makes us start to sweat. And to top it off, give us the pleasure of riding with the world’s best riders and you may have to stick some smelling salts under our noses. But there was no way we were sleeping through this.
I said, simply, “How do I get to Woodward?”
“Oh boy. Well, you’re supposed to go that way,” as he pointed to a road, “but the bridge is out. So head down this road here and make a right at the church camp, pass the fish hatchery, and then go over the mountain.”
I kid you not. So we followed Grady’s directions - found the church camp and made the right, passed the fish hatchery, and then drove over the mountain. Were we closer? Yes, apparently. After finding another fuel pump we got more directions and made a right when we saw an Amish dude being pulled by four horses. One more left after that and our oasis awaited us in all its glory. Right on.
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