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    Sorry I was away from the internet playing in Moab/Fruita with the boys for the last 6 days. It was awesome - nothing like flying down rocks on the Delirium from sun up to sun down.

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    How high up on TWE is open?
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    It snowed a bit while we were there - UPS was the highest, which is fine because we did multiple shuttle runs per day. It really was non-stop biking. Wake up early, eat, ride, ride, ride, hot tub with beer, eat, pass out - repeat=prefect!
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    A loop from UPS down would be perfect! Were you using a shuttle service; and were they meeting you at the bottom of the trail (i.e. how did you pull this off)?
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    Thanks for that nugget of info, heading back to Moab next week!
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    We had 2 vehicles in our group and we self-dropped a vehicle at the end of the trail. We used the local shuttle service for runs to the top - Bryan at Porcupine or Kristie at Coyote. This was part of the master plan to avoid that horrible road ride back to town. The Mag7 to Portal loop is my favorite, but it is 4-5 hr ride.

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    That's what I was guessing; but I was hoping there was a new shuttle service from the bottom of Porcupine. I think someone could make some good money running a shuttle from the bottom of Porcupine back into town. Hate that ride. It's like cleaning up after you've just hosted Thanksgiving dinner.

    Thanks for the info.
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