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I dunno, looks pretty hot and dusty, probably not very comfortable, and those cacti! They look like they're waiting to attack as you ride by!

Nice pix, tt, thanks for sharing! Hopefully it will warm up on the weekend here and I might be able to get a little mud on the tires!
 

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Letting the pictures do all the talking eh?

Looks like a good way to spend the day.
 

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Discussion Starter · #5 ·
the temperature only got up to 20 deg cel.
not to much dust as it had been raining pretty steady a couple of days before.
We rode on our own, the trails were well marked and we also had a map from the bike shop.
the city is surrounded by these parks and mountains.
this park was 17,000 acres.
 

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trailtrash said:
the temperature only got up to 20 deg cel.
not to much dust as it had been raining pretty steady a couple of days before.
We rode on our own, the trails were well marked and we also had a map from the bike shop.
the city is surrounded by these parks and mountains.
this park was 17,000 acres.
any flat proof/slime in the tires?
 

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singlesprocket said:
any flat proof/slime in the tires?
I didn't even think of that.
we brought spare tubes and pump and they supplied us with more tubes and CO2 cartridges.
Thinking we should of carried a pry bar in case we impaled ourselves on those cactus.:D
 

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Very cool that you got out for at least one ride while you were out there (I remember some talk of in-laws...). :thumbsup:
 

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The trail head was just a couple of blocks from Cactus bikes.
very easy to find.
I would think there is public transit out to that area.
 
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