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    first rain of the season ride

    no dust on these trails......
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    Thats awesome. I wish riding in the rain in CO didn't destroy the trails like it does. Cheers.

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    FIRST rain of the season? Poor you. Come over to Belgium and experience the legendary mud of Flanders

    Atmospheric pictures, though. Enjoy autumn!

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    just last week we were complaining about how dusty it has been.
    What a difference a day makes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tone No Balone
    just last week we were complaining about how dusty it has been.
    What a difference a day makes!
    Where were you? It's been dry here in the Southern Valley of late.

    Had weather like that a month ago, though... I raced the inaugural Fat55 in Oakridge aboard my SS on Sept. 18... a nice reminder of what's coming... only it'll be 20 degrees colder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sparticus
    Where were you? It's been dry here in the Southern Valley of late.

    Had weather like that a month ago, though... I raced the inaugural Fat55 in Oakridge aboard my SS on Sept. 18... a nice reminder of what's coming... only it'll be 20 degrees colder.

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    central California coast.

    75 miles south of San Francisco.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tone No Balone
    central California coast.

    75 miles south of San Francisco.
    i thought it looked like CA till i saw the mossy roots. I really gotta get up there to do more riding... those pics kinda remind me of the east coast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ISuckAtRiding
    i thought it looked like CA till i saw the mossy roots. I really gotta get up there to do more riding... those pics kinda remind me of the east coast.
    yeah, we have it pretty good around here. The redwoods meet the ocean......

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    Nice. I kinda hate the rainy season though.

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    We're just finishing rainy season here in Miami. Winter will be mid-70s to low-80s and dry. i.e. it's time to ratchet up the dirt riding and crank back a bit on the roadie side
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    Spent my first ride of the rainy season racing my SSCX bike it was a blast!

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