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    Stealing my hot dog...

    Why do people have to steal the reward of climbing up & down National by blocking a little hot dog action as you head home?

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    The only trace I leave behind is tire marks.

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    People are ass holes.

    Did you remove it?

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    Agree with Phillbo (or at least a lot of people are)

    Where on National is this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtnbiketodd View Post
    Agree with Phillbo (or at least a lot of people are)

    Where on National is this?
    It is on the connector road from the 48th street parking lot. There was another one blocked on the right side as you ride in. This one is on the right heading out.

    Not really sure what blocking these little bump outs accomplishes?
    The only trace I leave behind is tire marks.

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    It accomplishes nothing other than giving some bone head a sense of accomplishment.

    Did you remove them?

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    I did not remove them as I was pretty spent. I will next time.
    The only trace I leave behind is tire marks.

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    It really angers hikers/walkers when they can't walk 5 or 6 wide on that trail.

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    total waste of energy...
    I kinda get where the misguided animosity comes from when there are chumps out there painting pink dots on the rocks to mark the left line of the waterfall, as if it's hard to see with the tire tracks leading up to it.
    Hard to see in the photo, there are 6 or so dots to mark really short line.
    Brainless.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chillis View Post
    It really angers hikers/walkers when they can't walk 5 or 6 wide on that trail.
    The only trace I leave behind is tire marks.

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    I needed to set up the rock on that 'hot dog' obstacle in order to train for my Parkour orange belt. I'm not sorry I did it and I don't care about you stupid mountain bikers...I'M HARD CORE PARKOUR!!!

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    Is this on the Pima Lot "road" where it dips through the wash? If so, it was moved this morning...but only about 4' out of the way...it will be back...

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    yep on this "Is this on the Pima Lot "road" where it dips through the wash? "

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