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Old 08-19-09, 03:17 PM   #1
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Old 08-19-09, 04:00 PM   #3
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The best part about mountain biking is the ride back. Beanz can climb and he can descend.

Lulling me into complacency with his “I had too much ice cream this week” talk



Waaay too fast for the camera-on a climb!



Yeah, Beanz shows you the steep grade up, but left out the fun part back



OK, who is the fast one now?

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Always enjoy the photos. I visited San Diego area in June. You guys live in cycling heaven.
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Always enjoy the photos. I visited San Diego area in June. You guys live in cycling heaven.
We're lucky but inland so it's hot here compared to the coast. Out my door I have MTB'ing about 7 miles away, A mtn climb about 3 miles away. Rolling hills out my door but no cool coastal breeze!

Flat 30 miles of flat trail is a 30 minute drive but worth it on the weekends to avoid traffic.
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