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    Thank you Northern Utah and Revolution Bikes!

    My wife and I were in SLC this last week and managed to get in 4 days of riding. Melissa and the crew at Revolution Cycles totally hooked us up with bikes, trail info, and overall badass service.

    We rode Flying Dog Via Jeremy Ranch School trailhead, Corner Canyon (Clark's up and Ghost Falls down), N. Bonneville (riding from downtown to the City Creek trailhead), and a few miles in Wasatch National Forest starting at the lower Big Water trailhead.












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    Looks like you got some good trails under you belt while you were here. Don't be a stranger and come back soon!
    "Donuts. Is there anything they can't do?"

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    Indeed. We went to Moab last year and had a great time but SLC was a nice place to get more local flavor and get away from the "commercialized" mountain bike scene. We got some good info about Bryce Canyon and are planning to make a trip there in the future.

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    heh. snow biking.

    i was wondering about you kids, glad to hear it was a good time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bear
    heh. snow biking.

    i was wondering about you kids, glad to hear it was a good time.
    Yeah, we were just going to ride the Pipeline trail for a nice scenic out and back but then we noticed the gate was open and other riders going up higher. So we followed suit and, with a little protest from the wife (she was concerned about more climbing at a higher altitude), finally got in some mountain riding. We loved the fresh, cool mountain air and riding back down after climbing is always rewarding for the grind.

    Utah took care of us once again and helped refuel our souls.

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    Cool, I'm glad you kids got some time to yourselves.

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