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    40 CFR 63, Subpart QQQQ...Blech!!!

    If you know what I am talking about, my sincere regrets since it make people have poo-poo undies of the brain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Visicypher
    If you know what I am talking about, my sincere regrets since it make people have poo-poo undies of the brain.
    Dude, now you're speaking my language! I had the fun today to research, interpret and digest ARS § 20-481.02 and the related AAC § R20-6-1402. Joy!

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    I might ride tonite, if you want to ride with a semi-blind dude. It is a big might.
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    haha! you used "digest" after my poo-poo reference.

    I actually have to read Federal Register: December 28, 2005 (Volume 70, Number 248), p.
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    Page 76917-76935.

    poo.
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    CFRs cause blindness

    Quote Originally Posted by Visicypher
    I might ride tonite, if you want to ride with a semi-blind dude. It is a big might.
    You may be reading to many CFRs which can cause fecal build up and wishing to poke ones eyes out. It is better to swim with the political sharks and argue over CFRs or worse yet "guidance." My week has been filled with 40 CFR 51.308 and 60.15 and lots of swimming.

    If you need to scare the crap out of yourself, I highly recommend riding up Rocky Canyon. Last night the section between 5-mile and Orchard was a hoot- almost crashed twice coming down. Thought I was going down so I kicked a foot like an outrigger and put it on the ice. I ended up riding about 20' with the bike going sideways in front of me with one foot sliding on the ice. It reminded me of those motorcycles that race on ice.

    Rode up 5-mile aways and it was nice.

    Have a great ride

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    Neshap

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    I rather pick up dog poo than work on this MACT.

    As for the ice....

    The Nokians help out on the ice a lot. They hold a straight line on ice well....just can't lean on them to hard. I recommend them. The studs don't fly out...which is what I hear happens to the Innovas
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    Quote Originally Posted by Irishbuddha
    Rode up 5-mile aways and it was nice.

    Have a great ride
    Mike - was there ice on Rocky Canyon before 5 Mile?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Visicypher
    haha! you used "digest" after my poo-poo reference.

    I actually have to read Federal Register: December 28, 2005 (Volume 70, Number 248), p.
    Yeah, I quickly changed my mind about wanting to practice environmental law when I had to read and digest countless CFR sections in my environmental law class. I agree - blech. And poo.

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    No ice

    Quote Originally Posted by Earthpig
    Mike - was there ice on Rocky Canyon before 5 Mile?
    We didn't go above five mile, but there wasn't even any snow on the road side there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by impdude
    We didn't go above five mile, but there wasn't even any snow on the road side there.
    Ice and snow appeared on the Rcky Cyn road just around the corner from the Five Mile trailhead. I turned around there.
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