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    Looking for info on Avimor Trails

    There are supposed to be a bunch of trails out there.

    Is there any online info or maps besides this:

    http://trails.mtbr.com/cat/united-st...4_4544crx.aspx
    http://blog.avimor.com/2009/05/hit-t...ure-going.html

    I read that you can pick up a map at their building from 10-5. I'll be up there early on Sunday, so I wondered if they were outside or not. Is this map online anywhere?

    If anyone has drawn up the maps on maps.google.com let me know - that would be slick.

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    Has anyone ridden to this:
    http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&t=h&...,0.012875&z=17

    I am definitely going to check this thing out...
    Last edited by SageRash; 08-11-2009 at 08:11 AM.

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    Go out there and explore. Post your results here. Then you shall have the information that you seek. Then you shall "know".
    Nobody cares what kind of bike you ride.

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    or you could just skid down the moto trail like T_Crank.

    i said..what up T_Crank!!

    and he said....rocks sucks

    skidiot!

    explorin' is fun...

    you never know what you'll see.

    i saw nancy pelosi on a unicorn at the scotts trailhead last night. strange

    she said something about a nazi, mobster, teabagger...

    and, what do you know!? i ran in to mtbikin'mitch at the end of bobs.

    more rocks...they make you skid

    and, leave skid marks on your manpon/manipad

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    My only advice is to not head out there on a hot day. There's little shade and little water around, so it's hot!

    Also, I looked on aerial photos that I have at work, and the feature that you're talking about isn't on them. I'm guessing that it was generated by something during the image processing. It's located where several aerials join together, so it's likely caused by a glitch in the software - or is a UFO.
    Each bicycle owned exponentially increases the probability that none is working correctly.

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    The Giant X

    Quote Originally Posted by SageRash
    Has anyone ridden to this:
    http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&t=h&...,0.012875&z=17

    I am definitely going to check this thing out...

    It is an area 51 type thing. This is where they manufacture Giant X Boxes!
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