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    Somo: Ranger, National, 620, National, Bajada

    This is a great, short South Mountain route for those that want to get their climb on, but don't have all day.
    I actually enjoyed Bajada today too. Dgangi has shown me the error in my ways.
    We rode Las Lomitas at the end back to the start at Somo's central enterance, but that was not really worth it.
    Get out there!
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    43 mph? Nice. . . forget to turn your gps off?

    What a great day for a west end ride! Starting at the Big Ass Parking Lot, we rode up Kiwanis, National out to San Juan Road, road spin to Max Delta and sprinted back to the cars. There is a lot of great XC out west

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtbag
    43 mph? Nice. . .
    I saw that too and almost feel out of my chair.
    JAY~AR~AYE

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtbag
    43 mph? Nice. . . forget to turn your gps off?

    What a great day for a west end ride! Starting at the Big Ass Parking Lot, we rode up Kiwanis, National out to San Juan Road, road spin to Max Delta and sprinted back to the cars. There is a lot of great XC out west
    Yup
    That little stretch between the park and Dobbins was in the car.
    Nice route for you too.

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    dirtbag, how's the climb up Kiwanis?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stumpy29er
    dirtbag, how's the climb up Kiwanis?
    It's the best technical climb in the park. Lots of fun moves, not too steep, and stepped to give you a break between sections. It's fun

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtbag
    It's the best technical climb in the park. Lots of fun moves, not too steep, and stepped to give you a break between sections. It's fun
    It's a lovely hike-a-bike for us mortals!

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    looks like a pretty delicious ride. shake and bake on the 43MPH

    I kinda wanna start riding my heavy bike again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtbag
    It's the best technical climb in the park. Lots of fun moves, not too steep, and stepped to give you a break between sections. It's fun
    Sounds like I'll have to give it a check out, I don't mind a little HAB every now and then. Heck, when I go up 620, I push for 45 minutes.

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    Using chongoman math I rode 135 miles yesterday at PMP Nice loop you have there at SoMo!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grave9
    Using chongoman math I rode 135 miles yesterday at PMP Nice loop you have there at SoMo!!!!
    I find that it is much easier to have epic statistics if you leave the GPS on while driving and add zeros to the end of numbers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chongoman
    I find that it is much easier to have epic statistics if you leave the GPS on while driving and add zeros to the end of numbers.
    This is a practice I will now be using from now on

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grave9
    This is a practice I will now be using from now on
    it works for your junk too!

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