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  1. #6651
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    We've been digging our faces off at 5th Street. By the end of the week we should have something like 9 different jump/landing combos in one 100ft by 100 ft area. One advantage to school being canceled is there are strong young backs to help dig.

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  2. #6652
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    Being cooped up together in a camper takes it's toll on relationships so the oldest and I got an evening ride together by ourselves.

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  3. #6653
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    Some trails Shar worked on. Did an hour spin to clear headClick image for larger version. 

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  4. #6654
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    Quote Originally Posted by sethschmautz View Post
    Being cooped up together in a camper takes it's toll on relationships so the oldest and I got an evening ride together by ourselves.
    Love that area! Glad you're able to take advantage. We're quickly having everything closed on us in SoCal. What's the atmosphere like over there for trail / camping access right now?

  5. #6655
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    Right now in Phoenix everything seems to still be open. Businesses are a little hit or miss, but we've not really been trying to go into town unless necessary.

    Camping and trails are open around here but we changed plans to go to Sedona tomorrow instead of Prescott due to trail conditions. Sedona campgrounds are all closed but trails are open. RV parks are open, but we are going to try to hit some state land and stay a little further off the grid instead.

    Seth

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  6. #6656
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    No epic riding photos from a spin with the dog today, but the wet grass was sure slippery and I bent my saddle into a funny shape after a little spill.

  7. #6657
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    So you got your wheel fixed, Seth? Do tell.

    We had plans to hit St George, then Sedona and east side of Phoenix right about now, but canceled with the covid blues. I am jealous a bit and glad someone is getting some riding in. But I've been riding the fat bike with the dog around Teton Valley- Click image for larger version. 

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  8. #6658
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    Quote Originally Posted by LeeLau View Post
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    FAKE NEWS, that photo is staged, I've seen these from you before.
    You only get to cry wolf once!

  9. #6659
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    Quote Originally Posted by evdog View Post
    Sunday was big ride day in Palm Springs. Start at the bottom.


    Got a late start and missed the best spot for sunrise




    Top of Hahn, 2k foot in




    Not many flowers out but these ones are my favorite




    Up Dunn Road. Dunn Road sucks. Ice cream and coke help get my legs back




    Big views from up top




    This trail keeps going and going....




    Water flowing in the desert




    Best ridge top ride in Socal to finish things off



    51mi and +/- 7,300ft or so.
    Big Fucking Ride. Really well done.
    That Don't Make No Sense

  10. #6660
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    All parks and trails that are City of San Diego property are closed. Other cities like Chula Vista and some land managers have followed. Unfortunately as each place gets shut down it pushes people to the next open spot and we'll probably see more closures. Hoping it doesn't get out to the desert or national forest but Mt Laguna Rec area is going to get crushed on weekends once it warms up to the high 60s/low 70s.


    Iron Mtn was listed as open yesterday so I went, figuring it will close soon. Getting back to the TH there was - guess what - a trail closed sign!







  11. #6661
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dee Hubbs View Post
    FAKE NEWS, that photo is staged, I've seen these from you before.
    You only get to cry wolf once!
    At least i didn't Photoshop the teeter totter in this time

  12. #6662
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    New (to me) bike in the house put it together and road it around the block. Does that count? Thanks mtnlion you are the man! This thing is everything I expected and oh so much more.


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    Samuel L. Jackson as Jules Winnfield: Oh, I'm sorry. Did I break your concentration?

  13. #6663
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    @homemadesalsa I ran into an issue with the wheel on Sunday night and submitted a warranty claim on Remolds/Hayes website on Monday afternoon. I was warned by many shops (I was also calling arrive looking for wheels) that warranty fulfillment would be slow right now due to the Covid.

    The only shop in Phoenix that had a wheelset was Rage cycles and they had a new set of Reynolds TR309 S wheels (same as the wheel that broke).

    Tuesday morning I had a response from Reynolds telling me that I could either find a local shop with a Reynolds wheelset in the area or send my wheel in for repair. I called Rage and they were keen on helping out. They called Reynolds and I picked up the new rear wheel Tuesday afternoon. I was riding again that evening. Super impressed with both Reynolds and Rage.

    I also called shops in Prescott and Sedona (including Edge of the World) and found wheelsets in both. Those were my backup plans if Reynolds didn't work out.

    Got two rides this morning (w/ and w/o the kids) in Phoenix and a short ride on the Bell Canyon trail in Sedona after we arrived. I feel really blessed to have been on this trip and to have the wheel work out the way it did.













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  14. #6664
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  15. #6665
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    Sedona has been awesome. Got to ride some really fun trails with and without the kids. We are here for one more day then beginning the trip home. We have to stop in S Utah first. We got St George on the way through. Is Gooseberry worth stopping at?

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  16. #6666
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    Re: gooseberry...do your kids love hard, ledgy, technical chunk?
    (There are easier sections than others, but in general)
    Evaluate honestly. If not, skip it, lots of other great trails without driving up to the Butte.
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  17. #6667
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    @rideit I would say no. Ant other recommendations?

    Seth

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  18. #6668
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    Yes, JEM trail is a must with kiddos.
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  19. #6669
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    Quote Originally Posted by sethschmautz View Post
    @rideit I would say no. Ant other recommendations?

    Seth

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    If yo have never driven the Kolob road i would recommend.
    off your knees Louie

  20. #6670
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    A Sunday Afternoon... in the park.
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    moar emotional distancing amongst the bloomin' flora in auburn, ca
    managed to not get mauled on grizzly bear trail, so yippee.

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    the corona has entered my personal space and it sucks, but it’s less awful than the covid 19. yup.

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    tunes: Bloom by Odesza, Chirps and Such by Various Avian Creatures, and Water Babbling Over Stone by the Middle Fork of the American River
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    51% smartass, 49% dumbass

  21. #6671
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    Galisteo Basin per Meadow Skipper’s rec.

    Dry and flows for sure.

  22. #6672
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    First ride with a new toy today - very stoked. Needs some new rubber and a few cockpit tweaks and she'll be all set!

  23. #6673
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    Quote Originally Posted by sethschmautz View Post
    @rideit I would say no. Ant other recommendations?
    Wire Mesa is another option up on the mesa. It's pretty chill, not a ton of climbing and some really good views.

  24. #6674
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    Forgot my water, got hailed on. Good to get out in the hood.

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    Quick rip after work

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