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    24-9 mile+Grannygear

    Yeah, it's that time of the year again, 24-9 in Wausau Wi. Just wondering now that it's owned by Granny gear if anyone knows if they plan to change the coarse up and what the length of a lap might be. Ok maybe I'm jumping the gun a little early, just hoping to get a little insider info.
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    In years past they have used about 90% of the singletrack in the park. I don't see how it could really be changed up other than reversing direction, while continuing to utilize all the trails in one continuous loop.

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    The coarse has been the same for at least the last two years plus Granny Gear has never run it before. I am more interested in what GG likes to run for lap lengths. I am not trying to get anyone to guess, but maybe get some input from anyone involved.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bdundee
    I am more interested in what GG likes to run for lap lengths.
    24 hours of Moab is a 15 mile loop. Past years 24-9 was 13 miles so i think the length will stay the same. Not much else they can add on.

    Just got the email on he 09 course! It will be the same as last year.

    Last edited by mtnbkr33; 07-02-2009 at 01:33 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtnbkr33
    24 hours of Moab is a 15 mile loop. Past years 24-9 was 13 miles so i think the length will stay the same. Not much else they can add on.

    Just got the email on he 09 course! It will be the same as last year.

    Thanks!!! Just what I needed
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    Rode at ninemile last night (thurs 7/16). The whole course is marked already. The above map is pretty close.

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