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    Hollywood, did you make it to Gooseberry?

    How was it?

    I closed the show, got a bit more swag, a pair of Syncros tires and 7 Schwalbes. Now I have to wait for them because I shipped them all home.
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    you mean this place?

    Quote Originally Posted by shiggy
    How was it?
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    great ride on Sat. at Gooseberry. Many Interbike bro's showed up as well, incl. Joe Murray in flip-flops on his Surly. I ran into Photo John and Paul W. as I was leaving.

    I did South Rim to the point, some North Rim and Hidden Cyn. One of the most physically demanding rides I've done in a long time!

    thanks to Donkey Brian for the directions

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    H-wood,

    I got your message.....bummed we missed ya! We ended up doing some canyoneering in Zion on saturday, riding gooseberry on sunday. Great time, isn't that place amazing?

    Did you happen to see a guy riding a ti willit's 29er? I saw him as we were leaving gooseberry for zion on saturday morning...beautiful bike!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood
    great ride on Sat. at Gooseberry. Many Interbike bro's showed up as well, incl. Joe Murray in flip-flops on his Surly. I ran into Photo John and Paul W. as I was leaving.

    I did South Rim to the point, some North Rim and Hidden Cyn. One of the most physically demanding rides I've done in a long time!

    thanks to Donkey Brian for the directions

    HW
    Yup, way fun place. You thought it was hard? Hmmm. Except for some of the near vertical slickrock climbs it rode pretty easy for me! I did ride my 2x9 though.
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