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    What does it mean???

    Hope everyone had a double rainbow all the way across the sky holiday weekend.

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    Cabin Loop double Rainbow!!!!

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    Awesome!

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    doubles...

    Very cool pics. The rainbows reminded me of the time I got to look down on a ground to ground, full arc, double rainbow. Was camping on the peak of a 13,000' peak in North Grand County, Colorado at a Forest Service radio cabin with four lightning rods around it. Two thunderstorms passed on either side of us and created the double arc-er in the valley below us. To that point I had only ever looked up at a rainbow. Thanks for the re-memory.

    PM coming your way about Saturday.

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    Nice shots! Love riding on the Rim.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Black Bart View Post
    Hope everyone had a double rainbow all the way across the sky holiday weekend.

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    I had the same ride but in non-hipsta mode.
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    I had to post it.





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    Quote Originally Posted by yetisurly View Post
    I had the same ride but in non-hipsta mode.
    Nice, I took a shot from the same overlook as your 3rd pic. Like the fern view too. Everything is better in hipstavision though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by x.Jason View Post
    I had to post it.
    I haven't been able to figure out if this dude at a huge handful of shrooms or if he's jerkin' it to the rainbow...either way pretty funny...
    The secret to mountain biking is pretty simple. The slower you go the more likely it is you’ll crash.
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    I can't find Cabin Loop info in the sticky .... where is it located ? I have to be in Pine this weekend and I think I remember it being close by.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phillbo View Post
    I can't find Cabin Loop info in the sticky .... where is it located ? I have to be in Pine this weekend and I think I remember it being close by.
    http://mtbikeaz.com/trail-index/mogo...in-loop-trail/

    Once you turn off 87 on to RIm Rd (fire road) it's 45min-hour drive.

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    Also look at this link which has just the Cabin Loop route. http://www.everytrail.com/view_trip.php?trip_id=661782

    If you look at the Houston Brothers trail segment you'll notice that this second link routes down FSR 139 where the trail crosses over. If you're getting tired or running low on time when you get to that point I'd recommend the fire road option, that last section of trail has a bit of hike a bike to it.

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    gracias

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