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    Friday afternoon Dirty Biz Group Ride 3/21 @4:30

    Friday afternoon: Dirty Biz--no wind like today--wind should be 20-30 this afternoon so plan on that around 4:30--I could go earlier if we have a good contingent. Will add Dowdy if it is dry. You know you want to leave work early anyway. Lets do it!

    uhhh as just pointed out I forgot meet loc--Marshall TH again.
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    I might be able to join you tomorrow. Where's the trailhead?
    Train 'til you puke. Cheat to win. Party like a rockstar. We miss you, Jan!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockymtnway
    I might be able to join you tomorrow. Where's the trailhead?
    Anyone else going to join? I may just move this to join up with the GM mountain folks if that is the case. Otherwise I may hit dirty biz, then move over to the boulder res area and do a night ride after getting a few bites to eat.

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    Hall @ 4:30

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    rain check

    think i'm gonna wait and try my luck at the GM night ride (assuming this tornado passes eventually).
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    .And following our will and wind . . .
    . . .We'll ride the spiral to the end
    and may just go where no one's been.

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    Rode from Mccaslin on Coalton Rd to Marshall Mesa trailhead on 128 and 93 this morning. Took me an hour to ride 5.5 miles, wind must have been 60 mph. High plains condition sign said poor but it was fine, no mud. Maybe it will calm down, ha!

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    I ride (road) that general area several times a week and always check this out before heading anywheres

    http://www.nrel.gov/midc/nwtc_m2/display/

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    I'm out as well. Rode up on STM last night and still have grit that I'm trying to get out of places that grit just don't belong.
    Train 'til you puke. Cheat to win. Party like a rockstar. We miss you, Jan!

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    Is that data from the wind turbine area just south of 128, if so it is very helpful.

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    No kidding, that's a great link. Especially for a Superior resident.

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    I am going to head over to Hall and see if i can get some wind protection and then attempt the night ride later also--not sure if GM or Boulder Res--either way at 7:30 though. Neva road if I do the rez and Rooney if GM. Wind is just crazy right now--steady at 20+ and gusts above...what a workout!

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    Hall was perfect! Only a handful of people out there and barely no mud on the loop. Only mud section was about 6ft long when you started entering the tree's going clockwise on the upper loop.

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