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    Arizona Bradshaw Mountain Range Bikepack Report

    I decided to set out on a little bike adventure this past weekend. The goal was to cross almost the entire Bradshaw mountain range, connect to BCT and make it back to Prescott. I only made it to Mayer... but had a great adventure none the less.

    RoamNineWide: Bradshaw Range and Beyond (Day One)

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    Great read. Sounds like a great adventure with lots of mother nature thrown in to make you remember it forever. Well written!!

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    Nice write-up. Wind. Ugh.
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    Sounds like a great trip despite the weather.
    Safe riding,

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    Simply awesome.

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    That was a great read. Thanks for the report and pictures.

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    Awesome!

    And yeah we've been blown off course on double track... it sucks. I'll never forget watching a buddy holding on to the top tube of his bike when a wind gust literally blew the wheels out until it was 90 degrees to horizontal. We were all laughing it was so ridiculous, but really glad nobody had a mechanical or flat we had to work on in that. It sucks having to chase your tools et al.
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    Wow! The definition of epic. Thanks for the stoke and inspiration.

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    Very nice, thanks for the stoke! Could you tell me what brand of tent that is? Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Simonns View Post
    Very nice, thanks for the stoke! Could you tell me what brand of tent that is? Thanks!
    Nemo GoGo LE.... very nice tent. Small but spacious and easy to setup
    Just keep pedaling...

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    Wow that is one incredible adventure! I'd say you did very well.

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    Outstanding read and adventure. Is your banner pic one of Park City?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kcaz View Post
    Is your banner pic one of Park City?
    Crested Butte actually.... amazing place to ride.
    Just keep pedaling...

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    Thanks for the write up. Looks challenging to say the least.
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