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    Noob on trails at Pima and Dynamite

    Still pretty new to this. Tried out the trails at Pima and Dynamite today. Did 15 miles out there. The abundant sandy areas proved a challenge, but were a great workout. I also feel my skills improved after learning to deal with it. Glad I had lots of water! Hope to explore more trails in the area soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AZJohnnyC View Post
    Still pretty new to this. Tried out the trails at Pima and Dynamite today. Did 15 miles out there. The abundant sandy areas proved a challenge, but were a great workout. I also feel my skills improved after learning to deal with it. Glad I had lots of water! Hope to explore more trails in the area soon.
    Tally hoe and awesome.
    Keep pushing it.
    ~azm

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    Thanks!

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    if you ride there a lot...

    ...also good for snow
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    Ha! Now those are some tires!

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    Keep riding out there and exploring. There are some really solid loops if you can find the right ones. No need to spend much time in the sand except for a few wash crossings. Very under-rated area in the Valley and you will rarely see anyone else.

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    24->28>-30->Metatate->21->bailout->15 is my fav


    just dont take 5 up. sandy and not fun (for me)

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    Quote Originally Posted by SHNIPE View Post
    24->28>-30->Metatate->21->bailout->15 is my fav


    just dont take 5 up. sandy and not fun (for me)
    Map?

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    Quote Originally Posted by azbeerguy View Post
    Map?
    http://singletrack.us/gallery/displa...album=54&pos=7

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    Thank you, although I cannot figure out a start or end point on that sequence, nor a direction. Looks like a lot of good stuff out there.

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