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    hello

    gotta be somebody in NM???

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    I'm not.
    Outer space is just 62 miles away.

    "There are circumstances in life that cause us to become strangers even to ourselves."

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    me neither

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    I was last month...wish I were back!

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    heard there is some sweet riding there

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    Quote Originally Posted by K9biker
    gotta be somebody in NM???
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    Im in New Mexico

    I just moved here and trying to see if mojo will work out here in the desert. I have seen some good riding so far. I have just rode nearby las cruces so far. It is pretty awesome though I can ride from my house to "A" mountain and do some good rides there. Some of the "A" mountain area is real sandy and sucks to do it with a single speed. A little north of where I am at is Dona Ana and there are some sweet rides there.
    One speed...all you need

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    Sounds like the SA Mojo need to do a NM road trip

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    ride on
    One speed...all you need

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    Quote Originally Posted by nathanlee05
    I just moved here and trying to see if mojo will work out here in the desert. I have seen some good riding so far. I have just rode nearby las cruces so far. It is pretty awesome though I can ride from my house to "A" mountain and do some good rides there. Some of the "A" mountain area is real sandy and sucks to do it with a single speed. A little north of where I am at is Dona Ana and there are some sweet rides there.
    Del Q rode Otero a while back. What is the word on this trail today?
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    Quote Originally Posted by aLaN
    Del Q rode Otero a while back. What is the word on this trail today?
    Quote Originally Posted by Del Q
    Both technical and fast, the downhill was the best mt bike ride I have ever had.
    Last I heard, the fight to keep the trail open was lost. I recall reading somewhere that some of the folks who were trying to keep it open were going to direct their energies toward creating a new trail system in the ABQ vicinity.

    Quote Originally Posted by nathanlee05
    I just moved here and trying to see if mojo will work out here in the desert. I have seen some good riding so far. I have just rode nearby las cruces so far. It is pretty awesome though I can ride from my house to "A" mountain and do some good rides there. Some of the "A" mountain area is real sandy and sucks to do it with a single speed. A little north of where I am at is Dona Ana and there are some sweet rides there.
    I'd like to check out the riding in the Las Cruces area sometime. Unfortunately, I live about 800 miles away.

    Since you're in southern NM... If adventure is your thing, check out the Gila National Forest. Literally hundreds of miles of trails open to riding that are not exactly well known in the mt biking community. There are some civilized (marked, defined, mapped) trail systems in the Silver City area that are quite good. Pretty much all of the stuff near SC connects to the CDT, so you can kinda create your own epic ride, if you have the time. Those are the only ones I rode when I visited the Gila last fall, but my impression is that it's the tip of the iceberg. Someday, I hope to live within striking distance of it.

    On Signal Peak...


    Last edited by Del Q; 11-09-2005 at 05:39 PM. Reason: experiencing punctuational difficulties
    ...and the mountains shall drop sweet wine and the hills shall melt.

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    Sounds awesome I will check it out sometime. This Saturday is Franklin Mountains.
    One speed...all you need

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