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    Weather is a pain

    Anyone else getting sick of the rain every weekend? I know that we are in dying need of the water, but it sucks having to put off a ride on the weekend due to the rain and making the trails wet. Hopefully we start getting a few dry weekends here in the near future.

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    Aye. We've been avoiding it by going out of town every weekend. Last weekend it was Moab. This weekend it's Cedar City.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dgw2jr View Post
    Aye. We've been avoiding it by going out of town every weekend. Last weekend it was Moab. This weekend it's Cedar City.
    Three Peaks should be good this weekend. It can take a lot of water. In fact it is better after or even during a rain storm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PiousInquisitor View Post
    Three Peaks should be good this weekend. It can take a lot of water. In fact it is better after or even during a rain storm.
    Exactly. The sand firms up nicely when it's damp.
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    It was a little breezy and chilly with some sprinkles today but it was a great ride. Trails were very firm!



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    That pic is awesome!

    I have been back in Kansas City for 5 months now, we have been littered with rain past several weeks - had a whopper of a storm last night that has a slew of creeks out of their banks. I am sure our trails gonna be muddy for quite some time trying to dry this out.
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