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    Anything Rideable Today?

    I'm home this weekend and thought I might catch a quick ride at Hammy today.
    Anyone in?
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    i'll bring a paddle.
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    Lemme see if I can dig up a boogie board or a kayak...
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    I'm sure its fine. The leaf cover should catch most of it anyway.

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    The trail is built exactly to IMBA standards and the correctly designed trail-bed eschews water and drains perfectly so as soon as the water hits the trail, it runs right off. Meet around 5 o'clock today?

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    Personally I was thinking about going down to Clayville and doing a pre-ride of the DSG course. I bet it's FAST right now!
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    I'm thinking of going to Tanasi and riding the Cohutta 100 loop again. Just for fun. Who's in?
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    Fayetteville only got 3 inches over the past 3 days. We were right on the edge of the storm that sat on Nashville. This week temps are expected to be high 80s so I fully expect the trail conditons to be fine. Plan on riding and hiking the trail the next couple of days to make sure no trees/branches are down.

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    What about farview.? It's always good in wet weather.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bikeme View Post
    What about farview.? It's always good in wet weather.
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    Just an FYI the greenway is flooded too!
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