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    Sandbagger.

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    What has two thumbs, likes riding and will finish DFL at the Bailey Hundo?

    This guy :oints at himself::

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    Quote Originally Posted by SkaredShtles View Post
    Sandbagger.
    What baconboy said...

    FWIW, that was our goal last year. Happy to say DFL was not where we landed.

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    Finishing is a great accomplishment....looking forward to seeing you out there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steadyflow View Post
    Finishing is a great accomplishment....looking forward to seeing you out there.
    So about this "finishing" part...

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    but

    DFL >> DNF
    the drugs made me realize it's not about the drugs

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    I rode out there today and damn was it hot!! That back 50 is brutal with zero shade but it's all downhill so you will be fine!

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    yea. once you get past the singletrack its a nice leisurely dirt road descent.

    do they still have nothing but bananas and orange slices at the aid stations? that was the worst part.

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    Coming out from California to give the Bailey Hundo a shot. Looking forward to it, but did not get nearly enough training in. Just shooting for finishing, and making it back in time for a beer or two at the Gknight ride in Longmont with my family and inlaws. Any recommendations on how to dress? What are the temperatures like in the morning? I did leadville last year, and regretted wearing arm warmers and a wind jacket.

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    Arm warmers for the start and umbrella for shade for the second half. I would make sure you carry endurolytes. Its gonna be hot

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