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I am trying to track down some course info, ideally a GPX file for the route.
The event's website is down at the moment:
Does anybody have a GPX file for the course?
Is there a str ... Read More »
Headed to McDowell this weekend for the Dawn to Dusk race, but I'm totally confused about the setup and parking. I am not camping onsite but want to secure my parking spot on Friday so I can come in on Saturday and not have to park at the overflow and shuttle to the venue. I had to do that the first ... Read More »
The weather usually gets puuurfect this time of year in Tucson. At that point our local mountain calls to us, even louder than normal.
We leave the cars at home, roll out in the pre-dawn dark, meet up at various points in town, then get to climbing. Pavement and trails take us from 2000' to 900 ... Read More »
I had planned on starting in light and finishing in the dark. It didn't go according to plan. It was very wet and tight single track. Ended up doing a little over 8 miles. Got 2 flats and had only I patch. Tried duct tape but it didn't hold in the wet riding. Will post the only 2 pics I took in a bi ... Read More »