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    Sat 12/1 SoMo ride

    Pima Canyon, FIP at 8am.

    National up till we get tired. Then turn around.

    Burritos to follow.

    Love and good vibes to be had by all. Kum-ba-yah.

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    lets throw in national to telegraph-ish and back up then down. only adds like 50 min but makes a better ride. plus were all doing the 24HITOP so wee need our distances up alot

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    Quote Originally Posted by pwrtrainer
    lets throw in national to telegraph-ish and back up then down. only adds like 50 min but makes a better ride. plus were all doing the 24HITOP so wee need our distances up alot
    that works.
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    Ya'll have fun in the rain. I see the weather as a sign that I need to do those dreaded and ignored house chores tomorrow morning

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    Quote Originally Posted by DurtGurl
    Ya'll have fun in the rain. I see the weather as a sign that I need to do those dreaded and ignored house chores tomorrow morning
    Ah crap forgot about the forecast. I'm not riding in the rain, trails take enough abuse from rock faries these days, apparantly.

    If it's raining, I won't be there. Will post up in the morning.
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    yeah... I think I might do a canal ride tomorrow, and trails Sunday...

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    damn it!!!!!!friggin rain!

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    Yeah, it's off. Even if it stops, don't want to screw up the trails.

    See you guys next week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CactusJoe
    Yeah, it's off. Even if it stops, don't want to screw up the trails.

    See you guys next week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtbag
    That's pretty sad, dude.

    I put crappy old road tires on the CX bike this morning and rode the rollers while I watched cartoons with my kid. (My wife told me I should put on the Bellistic helmet and pads before I rode the rollers -- but I'm not THAT bad at it.)

    Thanks all for not riding on the trails. I suspect that most of South Mountain is mostly granite soil and should be OK, but bike tracks even in a few puddles just provoke the hateful old hikers association. (I'm an old hiker, but not hateful.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by hikerdave
    That's pretty sad, dude.

    I put crappy old road tires on the CX bike this morning and rode the rollers while I watched cartoons with my kid. (My wife told me I should put on the Bellistic helmet and pads before I rode the rollers -- but I'm not THAT bad at it.)

    Thanks all for not riding on the trails. I suspect that most of South Mountain is mostly granite soil and should be OK, but bike tracks even in a few puddles just provoke the hateful old hikers association. (I'm an old hiker, but not hateful.)
    dude

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    Quote Originally Posted by hikerdave
    I suspect that most of South Mountain is mostly granite soil...
    Dude. Wrong mountain. Don't want to bore you with the geological details, but not all of our mtn ranges are composed of granite. That's why our trail systems don't taste the same... different rock types make different types of trails. SoMo does have some granite, but not a lot.

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    Trails on SoMo were in good shape today, no standing water except for 1 puddle about 12" in diameter at the top of Mormon, but everything else was looking good. Doesn't look like the rain washed too much of the loose stuff away.

    There was however a naked guy on Javelina.... I don't know why I have to be the one who keeps stumbling across all the low life trash on the hill

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    Quote Originally Posted by sixsixtysix

    There was however a naked guy on Javelina.... I don't know why I have to be the one who keeps stumbling across all the low life trash on the hill
    Ha!!! All by himself? On a bike, sitting, crouching, or just hiking along? Maybe it was Naked Guy from Tucson...

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    Hahaha

    Quote Originally Posted by sixsixtysix
    Trails on SoMo were in good shape today, no standing water except for 1 puddle about 12" in diameter at the top of Mormon, but everything else was looking good. Doesn't look like the rain washed too much of the loose stuff away.

    There was however a naked guy on Javelina.... I don't know why I have to be the one who keeps stumbling across all the low life trash on the hill


    I was going to ride today...but the on and off rain kept me indoors.
    Spent the day rebuilding this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DurtGurl
    Ha!!! All by himself? On a bike, sitting, crouching, or just hiking along? Maybe it was Naked Guy from Tucson...

    He was by himself, at the end of the trail, just before the last turn that takes you around the water tank or whatever it is on the left before the climb back over to the connector to the 46th St. lot.

    I saw him as soon as I came out of the little ravine, and he saw me, he took off running, ass naked down the trail. I thought "Ok... thats just weird..." I got to the trail that goes up and over and he was in the bushes right there by the fence trying to get dressed. I asked him wtf he was doing, he told me to get lost, put his shorts on and ran towards 40th St.

    I headed back to the lot and there was actually a police car sitting there with to female officers, I told them about him and which way he went and they took off to head over there. Don't know if they found him or not, but still, what the hell is wrong with people...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sixsixtysix
    He was by himself, at the end of the trail, just before the last turn that takes you around the water tank or whatever it is on the left before the climb back over to the connector to the 46th St. lot.

    I saw him as soon as I came out of the little ravine, and he saw me, he took off running, ass naked down the trail. I thought "Ok... thats just weird..." I got to the trail that goes up and over and he was in the bushes right there by the fence trying to get dressed. I asked him wtf he was doing, he told me to get lost, put his shorts on and ran towards 40th St.
    Can't I enjoy the trails too?. MY way....


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    Quote Originally Posted by sixsixtysix
    I saw him as soon as I came out of the little ravine, and he saw me, he took off running, ass naked down the trail.
    Did he at least have shoes on? Wouldn't want to see him pulling out cholla spines...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bike=good
    Did he at least have shoes on? Wouldn't want to see him pulling out cholla spines...

    Yeah, he had shoes on...

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    Quote Originally Posted by KavuRider


    I was going to ride today...but the on and off rain kept me indoors.
    Spent the day rebuilding this.
    Why did you edit out the license plate numbers? Just curious...
    JRA

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    Oh

    Quote Originally Posted by eabos
    Why did you edit out the license plate numbers? Just curious...
    A friend of mine once told me I should do that if I post pics like that online.

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    And he doesn't want Marskee finding him.
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    We all know the vans license plate is "KDEFDLR"

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    Hahaha

    Quote Originally Posted by sixsixtysix
    We all know the vans license plate is "KDEFDLR"
    I gotta give you that one, that made me LOL!

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