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Tour of the Gila Crit pics

Old 05-03-08, 08:41 PM
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Tour of the Gila Crit pics

You have to go down a bit, but there's ~125 pics of the Women's P/1/2 and Men's P/1 field from today's Gila crit.

Both fields are stacked with talent and big names from across the country, so I thought everyone might enjoy!

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http://picasaweb.google.com/christop...ferenceAndGila
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Old 05-03-08, 09:06 PM
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That's badass. I am so jealous. Although I couldn't have finished the gila considering that sw parkway nearly killed me today.
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A direct link might make things easier.
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Originally Posted by fuhrermatt View Post
That's badass. I am so jealous. Although I couldn't have finished the gila considering that sw parkway nearly killed me today.
That's a great ride isn't it? Any heavy hitters out there today, or were they all at Coldspring? I love that sweet pain at the top of reflector hill, when the pace at the front picks up as you head for Bee Caves. I remember shadowing Pat McCarty on that stretch last year, and hanging on for dear life.
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That's a great ride isn't it? Any heavy hitters out there today, or were they all at Coldspring? I love that sweet pain at the top of reflector hill, when the pace at the front picks up as you head for Bee Caves. I remember shadowing Pat McCarty on that stretch last year, and hanging on for dear life.
That ride was fantastic. I am going to start riding hills much more becuase today made me realize how poorly I climb. I fell of the lead group after the second climb. I don't know if there were any big-names there, I still don't know the Austin bike community that well.
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