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    Texas Chainring Massacre

    anyone done this before? seems like alot of fun. not sure if its worth coming out from california for though.
    http://www.spinistry.com/category/te...nringmassacre/
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    The dude is like 120lbs, tops lol he can run any tires he wants without issues, i'm sure.
    :D

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    I've ridden a lot of the roads on the route. It should be a pretty good ride.

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    That's a pretty uninformative website. How many miles is it? Looks like everyone is riding mountain bikes on dirt roads.

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    if you click the bikereg link you can find out more info.
    The route can be run on a road bike (with fat rubber), or a mountain bike but riders shooting for the "win" will most likely utilize CX bikes. If you choose to take a road bike on the course please bring extra tubes because there are potholes and some rough sections of dirt road. We will offer a 112 mile route as well as a 66 mile route. Most of the 66 mile route will be made up of sections of the full 112 mile route.
    Quote Originally Posted by ISuckAtRiding View Post
    The dude is like 120lbs, tops lol he can run any tires he wants without issues, i'm sure.
    :D

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    Thanks.

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    Odd.

    That race name is/was used for an event at Rocky Hill Ranch in recent years.

    It's a 6-hour endurance event.

    I wonder if it's the same folks, or did they just not Google the name before using it on this event?
    Local Riding Area - Rocky Hill Bike Ranch

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