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VIC Buffalo Eurobin Falls (General) (General) [ Eurobin Falls Guide ] 

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Has anyone repeated Muscle Beach or Zero Rose?
mikllaw
6/01/2011
12:43:19 PM
After retroing Muscle beach I was wondering if anyone has repeated Muscle Beach or Zero Rose.
No Holds Barred is a lot easier and only had 2 repeats in 20 odd years (including the atempt by Chunder when he took the fall and needed an arse transplant)
Godless
6/01/2011
12:50:08 PM
I would suggest, at the risk of getting this thread turned into a retrobolting flame out, that the reason that No Holds Barred has had few repeats is that after you retrobolted it it seemed pointless to go all that way to the right rather than straight up?

Though the climbing is good (I followed a certain Captain up it once).
mikllaw
6/01/2011
4:54:47 PM
On 6/01/2011 Godless wrote:
>I would suggest, at the risk of getting this thread turned into a retrobolting
>flame out, that the reason that No Holds Barred has had few repeats is
>that after you retrobolted it it seemed pointless to go all that way to
>the right rather than straight up?

I don't understand you. It's had lots of repeats and the route goes right. there is a harder but not so good route that goes left and up (Grooving with bert) if that's what you are talking about.
Fish Boy
6/01/2011
6:01:54 PM
No Holds Barred is great, no pin though like it says in the guide.
richardo
6/01/2011
8:23:01 PM
This is a most beautiful internet misunderstanding. I can see both point of view and am so excited to see who is the correct one.

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