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Temperature is a perfect 85F to climb the f-ing hill


If you want to join the suffer fest plan to be at the top by 7PM and bring lotsa water.
I plan to do the loop down dogmeat/Overgrown/St.Joe, start from the Kennedy/LG Blvd.

See you there (if you dare)
ZT
 

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And he waited until real summer heat came too ;)

Sorry Marco, not this time. I'll try to get TNGR ride and see if my knee would last, but Kennedy - no way. I hope to do some riding on Mammoth next week once I get there.
 

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And he waited until real summer heat came too ;)

Sorry Marco, not this time. I'll try to get TNGR ride and see if my knee would last, but Kennedy - no way. I hope to do some riding on Mammoth next week once I get there.
Mmmmaammmothh!
Haven't thought about that.
I planned Dville this w.e. and N* next, but MMoth... when is that you're going?
Will talk at TNGR

BTW you guys are wussies :p, technically 100F is the threshold of "hot weather"... this is called "spring" in SoCal ;)
 

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Mmmmaammmothh!
Haven't thought about that.
I planned Dville this w.e. and N* next, but MMoth... when is that you're going?
Will talk at TNGR

BTW you guys are wussies :p, technically 100F is the threshold of "hot weather"... this is called "spring" in SoCal ;)
I will be in MM for a week of July 4th. Tue through Sunday. Planning to ride 4 days. May be will do Lower Rock Creek trail shuttle one of those day :thumbsup:
 

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Marco, hope the weather stay below the HOT level. Even here in Redwood City it is 82 degrees in my house. I decided to drink instead of riding. Are you going to MBO? We are heading up for JULY. I am out for Downieville. If you know anyone that needs a XC clydesdales ticket, let me know

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Well, it wasn't hot at all. I was late and didn't have to swap pedals on the Nomad (climbing Kennedy on flats, no) so I grabbed the BlurXC and headed there.
Started the climb at 6:20 and nobody there. I caught up on a couple riders and at the tree I found RJ2 and his buddy. Finished the climb in 45' and then the 3 of us went down dogmeat/overgrown as planned. The DH was fast and fun.

Topped it up with burrito and cerveza post ride, sharing the table with a bunch of radies :rolleyes: , feeling good now.
You guys missed out! :yesnod:
See you tomorrow at the Gap.
ZT

 
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