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    sooooo nice out today....but how dry?

    I'm new to the SLC area bike scene....do you guys think the i-street jumps will be dry enough to ride yet? Pretty amped to ride, but not so amped to rut out the trails/lips...

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    upper lines maybe....probably safer bet tomorrow though. I think the smaller jumps lower down and near the trees will probably be soggy. just a guess.

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    Cool...went on a great hike today, wanna try to get on the bike tomorrow.

    Who rode in the SLC area today? Where'd you go, and how was it?

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    Rode I-street yesterday, it was about as good as I have seen. the usual sandiness, nothing we tried to ride was wet, the mainline was fine.

    Gonna hit up bob sled in a few hours...

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    Word up, thanks for the update. I may have to go tool around on the jumps today, looks like it's gonna be another beautiful day.

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    The upper half of bobsled was a mud mess due to the run off. Just before the plank step up is where it cleared. It was fun after that, the new car drop is gonna be sweet when you can ride right to it and dont have to haul a heavy ass bike up it on a steap slippery side hill to hit it.

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