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I am thinking of checking out the goat camp ride this morning. I know where the White Tanks are, but I can't seem to find Olive st. on my map. Can any one help with directions from I10
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I will try to stop these last minute ride posts, it's just been that knid of week!
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Never mind. found it in the visitor stickie.
I'm shooting from 9:30 or 10 if anyone wants to join.
 

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We did the loop.
It was excellent. My favorite ride in the valley so far.
The climbing was great! the right amount of tech and grade. Not overwhelming, but plenty of it.
The DH was challenging and loose. I definitely had to walk some of it. This was the most challenging and fun DH I have ever ridden (hopefully I'll actually be able to ride more of it soon).
I can't wait to ride it again.
 

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bully ride with the jokers no less. nice.
 

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mb300 said:
Just searched and found more info - looks pretty hard core for sure.

Dang:
http://www.singletrack.us/gallery/albums/azmtb/Goat Camp 2-26-06/GC 2-26-06-0231.jpg

I need more skills...

-Mitch [email protected]
If you just skip thye goat camp down hill part and make it an out and back ride it is MUCH less technical. I had originally planned to skip the DH, but when I ran into the group I decided to give it a shot.
Next time I head out there I may just do the out and back route. starting at Mesquite canyon to willow canyon to ford canyon and back.
 
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