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Desert Classic Trail, AZ
2006-01-0814 by
 
Phoenix, AZ
 
Mtn Biking12.07 Miles   3 Hrs       4.02 mph
500 ft AEG   
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Drove the truck and bike to the Pima Canyon trailhead. Exceptionally busy today and had to park near the entrance at 48th Street. Met Eric Cope and his wife walking the dogs. Unloaded the bike and rode to the Telegraph Pass trailhead, Didn't feel that I had enough "legs" to make it back to Pima Canyon via Desert Classic, so I road the extra 3 miles back to my house to "bum" a ride from my wife back to get the truck...

Had my GPS with me. Will send the GPS track to Joe for posting with the hike description...
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