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  1. #1326
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    Quote Originally Posted by CS View Post
    Utah, circa 2006 or so. Does this trail even exist anymore?

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    I donít think so.

  2. #1327
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    Isnít that empire? Pretty sure it is but that feature fell apart a while ago.

  3. #1328
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    Non-bike related:

    "We've just been trying to find all of these cool places in Utah people don't frequent and there are so many," Weber said. "We want everybody to take their families out going."
    https://www.ksl.com/article/50214226...-utah-outdoors

    Fuck this guy.

  4. #1329
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dantheman View Post
    Non-bike related:

    "We've just been trying to find all of these cool places in Utah people don't frequent and there are so many," Weber said. "We want everybody to take their families out going."
    https://www.ksl.com/article/50214226...-utah-outdoors

    Fuck this guy.
    we should find his address and all send him glitter dicks as a thank you

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  5. #1330
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dantheman View Post
    Non-bike related:

    "We've just been trying to find all of these cool places in Utah people don't frequent and there are so many," Weber said. "We want everybody to take their families out going."
    https://www.ksl.com/article/50214226...-utah-outdoors

    Fuck this guy.
    All so he can get a few extra clicks on his YT. Die in a fire.

  6. #1331
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    That asswipe is going to cause the work of SAR to quadruple for the rest of the season. They've already had to extract a few unprepared idiots who were out looking for gold and got themselves in trouble...
    "Your wife being mad is temporary, but pow turns do not get unmade" - mallwalker the wise

  7. #1332
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    Wasatch Dirt Thread

    MTB trails were so tacky and smooth today. That 1/4Ē of quick rain last night did the trick. Just hero dirt and empty trails. Best day in a long time.

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    Last edited by whyturn; 07-30-2021 at 03:57 PM.
    I need to go to Utah.
    Utah?
    Yeah, Utah. It's wedged in between Wyoming and Nevada. You've seen pictures of it, right?

    So after 15 years we finally made it to Utah.....


    Thanks BCSAR and POWMOW Ski Patrol for rescues

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  8. #1333
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    Quote Originally Posted by whyturn View Post
    MTB trails were so tacky and smooth today. That 1/4Ē of quick rain last night did the trick. Just hero dirt and empty trails. Best day in a long time.
    Wasatch riding right now:


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    Wasatch Dirt Thread

    Crest was awesome this morning!!!


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    The K-12 dude. You make a gnarly run like that and girls will get sterile just looking at you - Charles De Mar

  10. #1335
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    Incredible evening in Days. PR'ed the descent by almost a minute.

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  11. #1336
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    rain stoke....from pc lot around 2pm...lightning show was impressive, hoping to capture a bolt but couldn't get it.
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    trails be decent.

    I hid 10,000$ in gold and silver on the Spine...happy hunting.

  12. #1337
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    More rain stoke from this evening...apx 7:30pm from valley, absolutely nuking up in the mountains
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    PC trails...This morning, upper elevation trails were slightly muddy, greasy, and had standing water in low spots, ...mid/low elevation was hero....Heavy rain started in PC area around 2pm and trails were getting sloppy. Guessing rain is going to continue for a while...dare I say give trails a day or so to dry out?

    Almost no rain in the southern half of the valley.
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  13. #1338
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    210 is closed ATM, I saw the cams they were getting nailed. hope all is ok

  14. #1339
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    Was up there working a booth at the archery event at snowbird, public safety said get the move on at 130 and I didnít think twice. We were at red butte tonight and the amount of rain we got while sitting waiting for the show to get canceled was about 2 inches in ~45 mins. If that happened up lcc I can only imagine some of the cleared slides from Feb. brought some big rocks to the road. Friends got stuck up there overnight a few years ago in a similar situation.


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  15. #1340
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    Quote Originally Posted by mar123 View Post
    Guessing rain is going to continue for a while...dare I say give trails a day or so to dry out?

    Almost no rain in the southern half of the valley.
    I turned around a mile into my ride yesterday. Just too wet and I don't want to be the guy responsible for damage. Three heavy storms have come through since that time. The stream through my yard that usually is a run off only flow is running like mid May.

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    Picked up a new rear brake rotor today. BT seemed like a good way to bed it in. Bit of a rut on the upper part from that last storm but the bottom 2/3rds are currently in fantastic tacky dark brown shape.

    I thought pedaling up Mill D at 5 today was going to be a terrible decision but somehow we saw exactly 0 other bikes and only a couple trail runners.

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    trail conditions this last week be like...
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    Still some great tacky conditions out there...
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  18. #1343
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    It's kind of bothersome when the lungs don't agree with the dirt. Did that shitter air fuck with my lungs or did Delta get me? What ever happened to Easter airlines anyways?

  19. #1344
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    I looped the crest a couple times over the weekend. Lowest numbers I’ve seen on maybe a decade. Was Tyler Hamilton In town? I’d swear it was him that passed me.

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    I'm guessing the trails are empty because people are avoiding future lung cancer.

  21. #1346
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    Yeah, I was in town and couldn't *not* ride, but not sure it was smart. But hey, I rode all of Spiro yesterday without even coming across an uphill user.

    Crest this morning

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  22. #1347
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    Early evening on Great West yesterday, no way to get Ms Boissal to slow down for a hazy sunset picture:

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    As others have said it was a complete desert up there. Barely any car traffic in Millcreek and a grand total of 5 bikers and 2 hikers seen in the 3 hours we were riding. Took a long break in the meadows to watch 2 big bulls who were hanging about and occasionally locking racks. Not much fight in them, I guess the cow we spotted not too far wasn't enough to get them riled up.
    Air quality was, well, as bad as pics make it look. Hard to stay in the house when the temps are good and the legs demand their pain tribute.
    "Your wife being mad is temporary, but pow turns do not get unmade" - mallwalker the wise

  23. #1348
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    I picked a good week to hide in the basement and build up a new frame. Been wearing an N95 for the commute. Park City and Heber actually have the worst air in the Wasatch right now, crazy: https://www.ksl.com/weather/airQuality

  24. #1349
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    Supposedly dfinn is off ALL social media...rumor has it he is now living in Utah County and racing e-bikes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mar123 View Post
    living in Utah County and racing e-bikes.
    That's cold man...

    Managed to convince myself that my foot was recovered enough for a Crest loop, the whole thing being fairly smooth and all. Complete desert up there except a couple large pack of youngsters. Millcreek Meadows is full of brake bumps and moose and the rut down Mill D North has deepened significantly, it went from fun surfing earlier this season to trying not to bury a rim and going OTB.

    There's a new trail up there that starts just below Dog Lake and bypasses the section that is straight down the fall line and massively rutted. Didn't ride it, it's very fresh, wide, flatish, fancy new bridge at the bottom. I imagine the hikers will love it and it will decrease conflict if bikers stick to the old trail.

    Nice to be able to see all the way to the other side of the drainage and not feel like I was using a smoke-filled inhaler! Also, this is going in tomorrow's breakfast:

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    "Your wife being mad is temporary, but pow turns do not get unmade" - mallwalker the wise

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