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Old 02-14-09, 10:55 AM   #1
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Cyclists in St. George area

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We just moved to Washington, and are looking for folks to ride with. Any friendly groups around? We'd love to learn the local routes from the experts!
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You should check with the guys at Red Rock Cycles, they are a great group of people that host alot of local rides! Hope you enjoy the area.
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I'll be down there mid May for a week. Hopefully you'll learn some good routes by then so you can show me them when I'm down there.
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Hi!
We just moved to Washington, and are looking for folks to ride with. Any friendly groups around? We'd love to learn the local routes from the experts!
:-)
Deb
There is a group called the Cactus Huggers that seem to be pretty decent they have an annual charity ride coming up this spring that I was hoping to come down for. I think their Web site is www.cactushuggers.com they seem to have weekly rides also...
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It's actually www.cactushuggers.org Looks like a good resource for S. Utah rides.
I tried that link above and got some dude's photography site.
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Thanks for the correction... They look really well organized and seem to have a decent following on their rides.
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