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    RFX's and a 6-Pack on Praire Lake/Miner Lake

    Enjoy the pics... It's not the typical Ketchum buffed singletrack ride... In the photos are Rocknrollbarbie (RRB), Bikerx40 and me...

    The long climb up to the lakes... It's the usual massive elevation gain in about 4 miles of riding...


















    I'm guessing this is at a little over 9,000 feet elevation...
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    The descent... Fun smooth stuff...








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    Then it gets a little rougher... This is the reason we came... Once you get back into the trees, it gets steep, very loose and very rocky...


















    A good bit of the descent was like this... As usual, it's steeper than it looks on videos or photos...

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    no food pics!yet again great pics,looks a fun ride.

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    You guys are killing me with all these great rides that you are taking this year. Thanks for the pics!
    life is steeper than it looks

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    great post, Flip!

    you and RRB look all "homerized" now

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    Another great ride post! I'd have to say I like the terrain of this one more than the last. Especially for RFX'ing.

    Good stuff.

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    "flying a plane is no different than riding a bicycle, just a lot harder to put baseball cards in the spokes."

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