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    Green Lakes S.P. Xterra

    Planning on doing the Xterra at Green Lakes S.P. Looking at pictures of the previous races and reading about the park, it appears there is not much technical terrain. I have 2 bike choices, a full suspension bike and a fully rigid bike. Is the terrain mild enough for a fully rigid bike? The only issue I see with that is my arms will be a bit tired from the swim. Any input would be appreciated.

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    No idea on how the Xterra course looks like but on the regular trail sequence there are a couple of technical sections that suspension helps, there's a lot of climbing thou.

    Suggestion, contact Syracuse Bicycle (315-446-6816) and ask for Trish; she should know enough to tell you.

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