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    20 Mile(s) of smiles

    Hit 20 Mile north of McCall yesterday with Wayndar. Hands down, one of the most fun XC trails in SW Idaho.

    If you rode 20 Mile, you'd grin like these idiots too.
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    Um. You have a booger.
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    Nobody cares what kind of bike you ride.

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    them's sh1t eat'in grins
    Oh sh!+ just force upgraded to cat1. Now what?
    Best thing about an ultra marathon? I just get to ride my bike for X hours!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TwistedCrank
    Um. You have a booger.
    20 Mile can literally knock the snot out of ya. (I think it's sweat anyway, smart guy.)

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    How many miles is it?

    I'm sorry. I just had to. Looks like a lot of fun out there!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 29Colossus
    How many miles is it?
    Good question! Actually, it's called "20 Mile" because the trail follows Twentymile Creek. I think that if you ride it as an out and back from Upper Payette Lake to Duck Lake, it's about 20 miles. Wayndar and I rode the first 9 miles to the summit above Duck Lake, but skipped the section from the summit down to Duck Lake and back in the interest of time. So, really I guess we rode "18 Mile."

    Also, the photos don't do the trail justice. As an out and back, there are multiple rocky/rooty hike a bike sections on the uphill, which of course translate into fun, rocky/rooty downhill sections on the way back down. I'm not one to stop the "flow" of a downhill to take photos either, so of course, most of my photos are from the climb.

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    4 out of 5 dentists recommend 20 Mile trail for their patients that chew gum! What a fun ride. EP was able to photoshop my straining and lack of conditioning and turn it into a smile.

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