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    Yuma on july 3rd, should I bring my bike?

    I have a FMX show in Yuma at the casino on the 3rd and would be able to ride early on that morning (to duck the heat). Are the trails there worth bringing my bike and anyone have any maps or GPX before I search for some?
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    Quote Originally Posted by cstem View Post
    I have a FMX show in Yuma at the casino on the 3rd and would be able to ride early on that morning (to duck the heat). Are the trails there worth bringing my bike and anyone have any maps or GPX before I search for some?
    there was a thread not too long ago about the Yuma trails...looked legit and fun. Search a couple pages back and you'll find it

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    Quote Originally Posted by cstem View Post
    I have a FMX show in Yuma at the casino on the 3rd and would be able to ride early on that morning (to duck the heat). Are the trails there worth bringing my bike and anyone have any maps or GPX before I search for some?
    I'm sorry.
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    Found that post while you wrote yours and the trail review too. Just PM'd the guy from the post to see how it turned out and the trail review was last updated six years ago. Next up-contact the LBS down there and see what they say. Thanks Bob!
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    Quote Originally Posted by skinny-tire View Post
    I'm sorry.
    Easy....that's my hometown.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhiskersOfDeath View Post
    Easy....that's my hometown.
    Yeah to quote both you and skinny- we do the show every year and I get bored. Used to be there alot when I was in the USMC. To top off the weekend, I get to drive to Bakersfield to hang with my wifes fam. No relief from hot and shaddy weather. Oh well- I guess thats the breaks- I get a week of shows in Eugene OR in August- that should make up for it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by WhiskersOfDeath View Post
    Easy....that's my hometown.
    That explains a lot. But I will give you some rep points for actually admitting to being from Yuma.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skinny-tire View Post
    ..... admitting to being from Yuma.
    It's a good place to be FROM.

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