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    2 Muks spotted in Sedona AZ yesterday...

    Saw 2 Muks on Bladwin Trail down by the creek yesterday in Sedona. Just wondering if that was any forum members?
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    You're a long way from home, pilgrim. Staying awhile?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikesee View Post
    You're a long way from home, pilgrim. Staying awhile?
    Until next Thursday. GF has at least one knee surgery coming up at the end of May so we are trying to get as much good stuff on her 2013 bike scorecard as possible before she has to sit on her butt and watch TV for at least 2-3 months...possibly most of the rest of the year if she has to operate on the 2nd knee.

    I love AZ desert riding [on FS MTBs] and I'm passing on my stoke.

    Are you passing through this red neck of the woods?
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    Probably not--too busy to get that far from the barn this time o' year.

    Made it over to Moab to ride the new trail today (https://vimeo.com/63329681) and it was awesome.

    Saw a handful of deluded fat tire riders out there. The ones that weren't bleeding were fixing flats. Laughed at loud at the 907 in the parking lot with (I sh!t you not) red dust, blood, and a 'for sale' sign--all on the downtube...

    MC

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    I never climb off my bike in Sedona or Moab and wish there was less than 6" of travel at both ends. In fact last trip to Moab I rode with some fast guys on a shuttle ride and started to wish I had an 8+ bike.

    I love my Pugsley and have been enjoying a rigid Krampus, but I am a "right tool for the job guy" and feel no shame grabbing the long travel bike. Watching the fatties in Sedona did not make me regret leaving the rigid bikes at home...

    I know BC has amazing riding, but somehow you always lust for something that's just out of easy reach. For me that's UT and AZ desert riding.

    I hope to be in Moab at the end of the season when the La Salles are still rideable and the temps are down to Canadian levels...

    Ahab looks amazing....great video....too bad I don't ride that well.... I'm glad you got a chance to sample the goods.
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    That video is awesome! Trail looks rad. As the snow falls here I wish I was back in AZ. Had 5 weeks of excellent riding there till I ran over a rattlesnake... But that is another story! Enjoy your time there.

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