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Axl Rose V3 6A
Electric Nork V5 6C
Graduated Slopers V4 6B
Gumby Filter V7 7A+
Hairy Scary Direct V4 6B X
Holloway's Route V7 7A+
Morrison Dihedral V0+ 4+ R
Morrison Traverse, The V3-4 6A+ R
Occasionalist, The V8 7B
Regular or Goofy V1 5
Seams High V1+ 5 X
Some Biceps Are Bigger Than Others V6 7A
Twist and Shout V4 6B X
Unknown V7-8 7B X
Unknown V3 V3+ 6A+
White Men Can't Jump V8-9 7B+
Willow's Wart V5 6C
Zig Zag Dynos V3 6A
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Type: Boulder
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Shared By: Nate Weitzel on Dec 31, 2000
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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AKA, BICEPS; Biceps is a convoluted route, like all Lobby routes, but is a good one for showing off if you can get it wired. Start as for Nork, and move up with the Left hand to the high crimper. Then cross through right to the good crimper in the V-slot. Now, drop down with the left onto the chalked sloper-gaston. Suck it up, and cross through with the right hand to a small incut crimper that is in the middle of the rock. (that was the crux). Reach out left and find a small/sharp two finger pocket hidden on the left side of the enormous jug. Try not to think about the fact that you can't use this sweet jug and still call it V6. Pull hard and straight up with the right hand to a sharp crimper under the roof. Bring the left up to another similar crimper. Take a big breath, and toss out left for the arete. Hit it on the arete and then keep bumping the hand up until you find a good flat edge. Then match hands and you are done. The final moves are not hard, but do get exciting after the pumpy starting moves.

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