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    Rim Riding (Actual Riding.....Not "Naughty Time")

    So I will be up on the rim with the family Sept 1st for 4 days of camping. I've already planned to ride the woods canyon lake trail, but now I'm thinking about doing some shuttle runs as well. Question is which route should I take? The ones listed below are the ones I was thinking about. Also if anyone has done these routes I'd love to hear some feedback.

    - Military Sink Hole - 2.33 miles
    - Drew Trail 291 to See Canyon - 3.16 miles
    - Drew Trail 291 to 260 TH - 5.11 miles
    - Military Sink Hole to 260 TH to See Canyon - 8.46 miles
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    Oh this has something to actually do with riding bikes, my mistake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raisingarizona View Post
    Oh this has something to actually do with riding bikes, my mistake.

    Yeah, the title did sound a little ghey. I edited it so it won't confuse anyone else.

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    Military sink hole? Drew? Rim riding? Yep, a little ghey. Are you sure this is the right forum for this kind of thing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by raisingarizona View Post
    Military sink hole? Drew? Rim riding? Yep, a little ghey. Are you sure this is the right forum for this kind of thing?
    Nope, but that's what makes fun!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcsxj View Post
    Military Sink Hole to 260 TH to See Canyon - 8.46 miles
    winner.

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    I know its not on your list, but I was up there hiking the Houston Brothers trail last week, and it was in perfect shape. More of a loop than a shuttle, though.
    "There's nothing like touching earth you've never touched"

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    You probably wouldn't like Houston Bros., too green and fresh. Nice singletrack through pines and aspen, not to mention lush ferns and water....

    Do Military Sink Hole
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    you're lucky enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 'size View Post
    winner.
    I'm leaning towards this one right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bazooka_beard View Post
    I know its not on your list, but I was up there hiking the Houston Brothers trail last week, and it was in perfect shape. More of a loop than a shuttle, though.
    I'll have to look this one up, sounds like a nice ride.

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