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Old 01-24-04, 12:08 PM   #1
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GravityDropper for Pueblo?

Hi, was wondering if the 24 hr course in Pueblo has much descending and if very technical? Had someone inquire about using the GravityDropper seatpost on the course.

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Nope, for the most part the course is very easy. The hardest parts are 2 miles into the race where you have 6 short hills to climb, and the end is about a 3 mile uphill (but easy). The course is about 60% singletrack and the rest is dirtroad. The Gravitydropper is unnecessary as there is no need to move the seatpost. Good luck!
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