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    100km of Muleshoe Bend - ATX100K Six-Pack series ride #2

    Goto the following for more details:

    http://www.meetup.com/mountainbikes-...ePromoBar=true

    Also check out the site at:

    www.ATX100K.com

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    730am start might be a doozy!

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    I'm glad to see you moved the start time up a bit.

    I may go out there tomorrow for a few laps just to get a sense of how difficult this might be compared to Walnut Creek. The main loop without the extra credit can be ridden at a fairly brisk pace, but the two longer extra credit sections will definitely slow people down!

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    Edit: Will slow me down, I know there are some people for whom the extra credit sections are a minor speed bump.

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    100km of Muleshoe Bend - ATX100K Six-Pack series ride #2

    Heh... Ain't nothing easy about the B section rock garden. It might be one of the toughest trail features of the entire season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Desert Nomad View Post
    Heh... Ain't nothing easy about the B section rock garden. It might be one of the toughest trail features of the entire season.
    I hope you include the RGOG and NXNW at the PB venue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spicewookie View Post
    I hope you include the RGOG and NXNW at the PB venue.
    RGOG for sure! I have proposed Hitching Post as the route instead of the power line; gives you a bit of downhill.
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    100km of Muleshoe Bend - ATX100K Six-Pack series ride #2

    RGOG will be absolutely be used at PB. Basically, this series is about hardcore distance mtn biking on routes that make the roadies cringe in fear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Desert Nomad View Post
    RGOG will be absolutely be used at PB. Basically, this series is about hardcore distance mtn biking on routes that make the roadies cringe in fear.
    The RGOG is fun, although after a few laps it might get more treacherous.

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    RGOG is the worst line ever... of course i may say different after i get my 29er cheater bike but seriously f that line... i just dont get the "rock garden just to have a rock garden" thing... flow people flow
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    Is Walnut Dry?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RMBL View Post
    RGOG is the worst line ever... of course i may say different after i get my 29er cheater bike but seriously f that line... i just dont get the "rock garden just to have a rock garden" thing... flow people flow
    Well, it is optional, you can easily bypass it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AtariAge View Post
    Well, it is optional, you can easily bypass it.

    ..Al
    i do everytime i ride there. love most of the stuff at PB but not that line...
    Quote Originally Posted by Everyone
    Is Walnut Dry?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RMBL View Post
    i do everytime i ride there. love most of the stuff at PB but not that line...
    I love technical ledge hopping up and rocky droppy stuff.

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    100km of Muleshoe Bend - ATX100K Six-Pack series ride #2

    Quote Originally Posted by AtariAge View Post
    Well, it is optional, you can easily bypass it.

    ..Al
    Unless its part of the 100k route....

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    Quote Originally Posted by RMBL View Post
    RGOG is the worst line ever... of course i may say different after i get my 29er cheater bike but seriously f that line... i just dont get the "rock garden just to have a rock garden" thing... flow people flow
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    Re: 100km of Muleshoe Bend - ATX100K Six-Pack series ride #2

    Quote Originally Posted by lost27 View Post
    When my riding is forced to be less, I guess my bitching goes up

    Grateful for PB and the ability to ride what I choose thanks to the trail builders!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Everyone
    Is Walnut Dry?

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    Re: 100km of Muleshoe Bend - ATX100K Six-Pack series ride #2

    Quote Originally Posted by Desert Nomad View Post
    I love technical ledge hopping up and rocky droppy stuff.
    Rgog is not ledgy though... Its just rocks and sidewall tears

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    Quote Originally Posted by Everyone
    Is Walnut Dry?

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    RGOG has plenty of flow for a rock garden...if you've got the skills
    "The dude abides"

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    Re: 100km of Muleshoe Bend - ATX100K Six-Pack series ride #2

    Quote Originally Posted by skoofer View Post
    RGOG has plenty of flow for a rock garden...if you've got the skills
    I've ridden and have no problem getting through it. Just not a fan of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Everyone
    Is Walnut Dry?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RMBL View Post
    I've ridden and have no problem getting through it.

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