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    NM - GITA gathering

    I just saw the posting on the NM forum for the annual GITA gathering

    I have always wanted to ride the South Boundary trail, so I plan on heading down Friday after work and coming back after Sundays ride. Saturdays ride sounds great as well.

    Anyone interested?

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    I wish!!

    SB is awesome, and Joe and the NewMex crowd are great!!

    Have a terrific time, and take alot of pics!!

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    Good job! Well worth the trip!

    We just did it last week -- it was great! Our legs ran out of gas when we got to Los Alamos, however. I would have liked to have done more, but after four days of riding we just couldn't do another day of thousands of feet of climbing -- we had to settle for a couple thousand.

    Btw, this weather report is a pretty good proxy for the upper portion of the SBT. It may be chilly this weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by canyoncreek
    I just saw the posting on the NM forum for the annual GITA gathering

    I have always wanted to ride the South Boundary trail, so I plan on heading down Friday after work and coming back after Sundays ride. Saturdays ride sounds great as well.

    Anyone interested?
    I sent you an e-mail, I'm still interested in heading down.

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    I hope that you guys can make it!

    Weather is looking good, slight chance of rain (which as you know, in the mountains means tha it can rain or snow exclusively on us, or we can get a late saeason sunburn from a weekend of blue skies)..

    saturday's ride is a great ride, linking a number of LA's best trails together, and Sunday is South Boundary (which will very likely have some snow)

    look forward to meeting you
    "The search for a perfect pint should take lifetime." M.Jackson

    Ride bikes, not goats. Just good advice

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loudpawlz
    I sent you an e-mail, I'm still interested in heading down.
    I replied to your e-mail. I am still interested in heading down as well.

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    Any room left? I'm heading down.

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    92.3% in for SBT, Sunday 9:30am Taos coffee shop. Be there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ibmkidIII
    92.3% in for SBT, Sunday 9:30am Taos coffee shop. Be there.
    What statistical method did you use to come up with 92.3% ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ibmkidIII
    92.3% in for SBT, Sunday 9:30am Taos coffee shop. Be there.
    What statistical method did you use to come up with 92.3% ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ibmkidIII
    92.3% in for SBT, Sunday 9:30am Taos coffee shop. Be there.
    What statistical method did you use to come up with 92.3% ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ibmkidIII
    92.3% in for SBT, Sunday 9:30am Taos coffee shop. Be there.
    What statistical method did you use to come up with 92.3% ?

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    Variance Analysis

    What method did you use to get a quadruple post?
    The more out of shape you are, the steeper the hill looks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ibmkidIII
    Variance Analysis

    What method did you use to get a quadruple post?
    Evidently not a very good one

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    Quote Originally Posted by canyoncreek
    Evidently not a very good one
    Such is life....hopefully meet/see you there....
    The more out of shape you are, the steeper the hill looks.

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