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Old 05-28-08, 06:24 PM   #1
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App Gap- East or West approach?

Which side do you approach it from? why? I'm thinking west, just because I live on the west side, but I wouldn't mind driving over and coming up from the east.
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On the six gap ride I ride it from the west to east ending in waitsfield. I don't see why you couldn't ride it the other way though.
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I drove up Lincoln gap yesterday to scope the area out. You six gap riders are nuts.
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