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Most should already know but Mark Smith passed away lastnight/this morning. Who knows where this sport or even this board would be today without him. So next time you are on the con look up and give a thanks to the man who showed us what rock crawling is.
 

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RIP.
A true pioneer.
 

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Thanks for the memories you have provided to so many of us. RIP.
 

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Mark, you will be missed. Gone but not forgotten. Your legacy will out live all of us.
 

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he bought me a wonderful meal at jeep jamboree once,as I'm sure he did many people.
a very nice man, was a pleasure to meet him.
Jim
 

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A sad day indeed. RIP Mr. Smith.
He had some pretty cool adventures in his life.
Darien Gap comes to mind and of course the Jeepers Jamboree venues that spread across the country.
 

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Mark Smith was an Icon for the wheeling sport. He and many others are the main reason the Rubicon trail still exists. It is a sad day for our sport.

My prayers go out to the Smith Family.

Marks legacy will live on forever.
 

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RIP to the original Jeep Master
 

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RIP..............

I can't think of one other person who has affected the industry more to promote wheeling then Mr. Smith. A true icon of the wheeling world.
 

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RIP, Mark. The trail will miss you. I certainly will. I can't think of anyone that embodied the Rubicon more than you. An industry leader, a personal mentor, and a guy I looked to for advice, regularly.

A sad day:(
 
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