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    Monday Afternoon

    I got out for a quick solo ride today. Didn't have a whole lot of time, but it was a good ride. The whole time I was there it felt like rain. looked like rain and smelled like rain, but it never did.
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    Where are you riding at?

    I'm from just north of Philly and my wife is new to mountain biking and it looks some trails she would enjoy when we go camping this summer.
    26FS & 29Rigid... best of both worlds

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    There in Danville behind geisinger medical center
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    john w. - check out my thread in PA forum for Roaring Geis, topo-map with trail overview present and tracklog linkys so you can see exactly where Geisinger trails are (and what they are like).

    Your wife, being new to mtb, may or may not like the elevation gain challenge of Geisinger - depends on her "go attitude' and fitness level.

    Where are you going camping this summer?

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    Thanks... been on that trail once when it was 15 deg out and I had light windbreaker on and thought I could ride hard and keep warm... well it worked except for feet and hands that felt like they were about to fall off after 45 min. Anyway nice trail.

    I usually camp closer to the Delaware Water Gap, so it might be a bit of a stretch to get out that far west. Then again, there's good camping around the Danville area too, so who knows.
    26FS & 29Rigid... best of both worlds

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    There's also lots of other riding options Danville "neighborhood" - I'm only just starting to get to know them - then again I've no clue on DWG either. {shrug}

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