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South Mountain - National: Has a little of everything, tec, DH, climbs and heartbreak. She beats me up and I keep going back :)
 

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I like Desert Classic or Javelina and around to Beverly Canyon for a quick weekday ride, just to get some trail time in. On weekends its nice to get further out, Hawes or Mcdowells, occasionally west valley.
 

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Wasabi. Not the hardest, most challenging or craziest, but for fun factor, nothing is better imo!
 

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Trial of John Fife Symington III, 21st governor from 1991 until his resignation in 1997. He was indicted on charges of extortion and making false financial statements, and of bank fraud. He was convicted of bank fraud in 1997 and forced to resign. The conviction, however, was overturned in 1999 by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. He was subsequently pardoned by President Clinton near the end of his presidency in January 2001. The pardon terminated the federal government's seven year battle with the former governor.

I do not see what my favorite AZ trial has to do with mountain biking....wait.....nevermind.
 

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National Trail, hands down. Been riding it for 17 years now and it never gets easy or dull. Crap, I'm getting old :eek:
 

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kenbentit said:
National Trail, hands down. Been riding it for 17 years now and it never gets easy or dull. Crap, I'm getting old :eek:
x2. I've been riding it for 11 years and feel the same way. That trail has a little bit of everything and never disappoints. Even if I didn't live 10 minutes from the trail head, I would still drive across town to ride it.

Once I clean the lower fall on the way up, I will die a happy man.
 

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I like riding in the forest and even though I have only ridden it once my vote is for Flying Fish at Snow Bowl. I just wish it was a longer run.
 

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Pima/Dynamite..........only place I rode for the 1st 6 months when I moved here in 2001.... have not been out there for 2 years, until yesterday. Sure, it is not the most "challenging" technical area, but show me a better patch of desert in the metro area with more xc options than P/D?

Riding there yesterday was like seeing an old friend I have not seen in a while, I had a great ride and my first crash in months out there! Go figure!

I entered a steep wash going way too fast, compressed all that energy in the bottom of the wash & literally ejected out of my pedals as I started up the other side, landing softly in some bursage on the side of the trail. One of the oddest falls I have ever had......ejected out like you would from a ski binding!
 

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Blood, Sweat, and Gears
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BCT for me. Easy shot up the freeway, pretty, secluded, little bit of everything, spacious and I feel like I notice something new with each outing.
 

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Not at the table,Carlos!
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kenbentit said:
National Trail, hands down. Been riding it for 17 years now and it never gets easy or dull. Crap, I'm getting old :eek:
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12 year natty vet. Somehow "diminishing returns" doesn't exist there.
 
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