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    Coming up FAST! (June 29th thru July 9th)

    YEE HAA!



    9 days of riding!


    Flying in to SLC, heading to Park City and then to Brian Head and then Hurricane.

    Itenerary is pretty loose. The plan is to ride a few days in Park City and then boogie to
    Brian Head and ride a few days and then zip down to Hurricane for a few days.

    Open to suggestions on trails in these areas as well as trails along the I-15 corridor that
    are a "must do". Right now, I'm just going by the Trail Reviews on the mtbr board and when
    we get there, we'll hit some local LBS's and ask for opinions and advice. But I'm sure that
    there are plenty of riders here that know the "scoop" and if you're willing to share, my ears
    are WIDE open!

    TIA!
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    [chirrrp...chirrrp]

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    what kind of riding do you do?

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    We like the more technical trails, but also love very scenic venues. We've hit (and loved)
    the most technical trails we could find in:

    Fruita
    Grand Junction
    Durango
    Crested Butte
    Aspen
    Tahoe
    Downieville
    Truckee
    Auburn
    Tucson
    Phoenix
    Sedona

    And we live and ride in Austin, which has more technical trails than any trails that we tried
    in any of the above locations. (I don't mean that as a 'dis' to anyone. Austin doesn't have
    the vistas or epics or mileage availability that most of those locations have. But we do have
    tight, twisty, rocky, technical FUN!)


    Here's some footage of Tracey and I riding in AZ:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bcXVs86Uk0Q

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SDBKkeKJGcc



    Here's some footage from my helmet-mounted camera on a local trail with some friends:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2l7I4r2IS4Q


    So, we're open to suggestions for scenic and/or technical routes.

    TIA!
    -- Evil Patrick

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    hit up bobsled, thats 5 minutes from downtown slc,
    in park city you could do the glenwild trail and take one of the freeride trails of the back side.
    take a day at deer valley riding the lifts.
    you could hit up sundance on the way down to brianhead.
    there is alot of stuff.
    probably would be best to meet up with some locals and have them show you around

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