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Jun 01 2013
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55 male
 Joined Mar 15 2012
 Seattle, WA
Sierra Vista - BST Fitness LoopTucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Mtn Biking avatar Jun 01 2013
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Mtn Biking25.67 Miles 737 AEG
Mtn Biking25.67 Miles   2 Hrs      12.84 mph
737 ft AEG12 LBS Pack
 
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Final Time Trial on the local BST-Multi-Use-Path

Out & back home...Hot & Dry with Wind!

After being in Northern California vocationally / in search of housing for nearly the entire month of May - I'm glad to be back home and on the 29er MTB for a final TT - myself, Tresa & our two Rhodesian Ridgebacks will be moving to Windsor, California on the 10th - with no time for out trips as the outback 4x4 is already sold as well. After much work and planning, we will be relocating our home and small business operations to Sonoma County as we've anticipated doing for some time now. We found a restored 1940's farm house with a couple of acres on a dead end street in one of the far-and-away toughest housing markets in the country.

We'll look forward to returning to the AZ outback as time allows - we have both spent the last 25 - 30 years with the Baja Arizona as our consistent on again, off again homebase - so it will ever remain a sort of homecoming now and again. Looking forward to getting out for an intial trek in Northern California soon after getting settled-in...I'll keep posting as is relevant.

My best to everyone @ HAZ!
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Apr 26 2013
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55 male
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Sierra Vista - BST Fitness LoopTucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Mtn Biking avatar Apr 26 2013
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Mtn Biking25.67 Miles 761 AEG
Mtn Biking25.67 Miles   1 Hour   55 Mns   57 Secs13.28 mph
761 ft AEG12 LBS Pack
 
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Weekly Time Trial on the local BST-Multi-use-path. Out & back home...

After being away for 10 days of work related travel - I'm just glad to back home and on the bike a bit - I'll be heading back to California in a few days with no time for out trips as of yet. It looks as though Tresa & I will be relocating our home and small business operations to Sonoma County sometime in June. I'm still working to arrange the housing and such, so not much time for the Baja AZ - looking forward to some protracted outings before leaving the state for sure!
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Apr 12 2013
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Sierra Vista - BST Fitness LoopTucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
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Mtn Biking25.83 Miles 770 AEG
Mtn Biking25.83 Miles   1 Hour   56 Mns   13.36 mph
770 ft AEG12 LBS Pack
 
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Weekly Time Trial on the local BST-Multi-use-path. Out & back home...
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55 male
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Sierra Vista - BST Fitness LoopTucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
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Mtn Biking25.77 Miles 769 AEG
Mtn Biking25.77 Miles   1 Hour   55 Mns   15 Secs13.42 mph
769 ft AEG12 LBS Pack
 
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Sierra Vista BST Fitness Loop - TT

Weekly Time Trial on the local BST-Multi-use-path. Out & back home...
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Lutz Canyon Trail #104Tucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking avatar Apr 05 2013
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Hiking2.68 Miles 1,177 AEG
Hiking2.68 Miles   2 Hrs   40 Mns   2.01 mph
1,177 ft AEG   1 Hour   20 Mns Break12 LBS Pack
 
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Lutz Canyon – Trail #104

On a return trip from Bisbee to Sierra Vista in the mid-afternoon, I decided to break-off on Ash Canyon Road and make way up the grade to the Lutz Canyon TH in the mighty Huachucas... Even though this would be an abbreviated outing at best, I needed to get OUT & UP – so I decided to make a 1000' leisurely elevation gain my goal, as I had to be home by 6:00 pm +/- to clean up for a 7:00 dinner meeting.

It was of great interest to observe the beginnings of burn recovery from the fire of June 2011. The young Manzanita saplings were enforce by the tens of thousands throughout! There was evidence of growth everywhere! This is a much more encouraging area to hike than Ash Canyon itself to the south a bit, which was completely devastated – making the route up Bob Thompson Peak more trying from the lower portions up to the ridge line – as it is a moonscape at best. Ash Canyon itself is also completely exposed – its canopy gone for decades to come. So it goes...

Lutz is listed as one of the 100 hikes of AZ by some. As I neared the 7000' level I could begin to see why, as the switchbacks visible ahead were classic Huachuca mining route 'ass kickers' that take a 1000' FPM trail and turned it into a 'real ascent' with a ridge run finale up top to make the spine of the range – just beautiful! The mining ruins above my turnaround point, and the tunnel are well documented, possibly accounting for the status of this hike – the views were outstanding throughout and are surely even more amazing in the upper elevations of Lutz Canyon. Worthy of further investigation to be sure. ;)
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dry Lutz Canyon Dry Dry
There was no flow - an old spring piping system gives away the location.
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Mar 30 2013
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55 male
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Sierra Vista - BST Fitness LoopTucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Mtn Biking avatar Mar 30 2013
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Mtn Biking12.96 Miles 373 AEG
Mtn Biking12.96 Miles      56 Mns   35 Secs13.74 mph
373 ft AEG12 LBS Pack
 
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Sierra Vista BST Fitness Loop - TT

Dead Calm Morning for this shortened Spring Weekly Time Trial via the local BST-Multi-use-path. Out & back home...29er MTB felt light compared to Wednesday. This ride closes-out March on HAZ for me.
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Mar 27 2013
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San Pedro TrailTucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
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Mtn Biking26.95 Miles 1,627 AEG
Mtn Biking26.95 Miles   5 Hrs   24 Mns   7.09 mph
1,627 ft AEG   1 Hour   36 Mns Break12 LBS Pack
 
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San Pedro RNCA - Murray Springs TH

Once again, I engaged the San Pedro RNCA via the Murray Springs TH and made way towards the Hereford Bridge TH to the south. Running my urban wheel-set on a ride that was entirely trails (mostly single track) - mixed with extended hiking (4 miles) - that would prove to be an effective bike-hiking type of workout.

The weather, hazy sun then overcast with light to moderate winds throughout...a bit of a capricious headwind, had little effect on the upgrade ride to the south. The San Pedro RNCA being a menagerie of surfaces with extended heavy-sand in places throughout - was even more erroded here and there than earlier in the month - lots of soft top dirt that was more firmly compacted last time - plenty of resistance throughout! I was pleased with the overall performance, both hiking / riding split at about 15/85% - got one flat tire coming into the half-way point, and took time-out to perform a protracted 30' repair followed by a 30' afternoon nap :zzz: on the new picnic tables at the the Hereford Bridge TH - Good times & training! ;)
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water 1 out of 5water 2 out of 5water 3 out of 5water 4 out of 5 Murray Springs - San Pedro RNCA Gallon + per minute Gallon + per minute
The Springs issue forth a continual flow as ever!
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Mar 22 2013
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Sierra Vista - BST Fitness LoopTucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Mtn Biking avatar Mar 22 2013
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Mtn Biking25.79 Miles 765 AEG
Mtn Biking25.79 Miles   1 Hour   57 Mns   13.23 mph
765 ft AEG12 LBS Pack
 
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Sierra Vista BST Fitness Loop - TT

Windy Day for this first Springtime Weekly Time Trial via the local BST-Multi-use-path. Out & back home...29er MTB rolls on these days. Heading-out trekking a couple times next week to close-out March.
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Temporal Gulch - AZT #4Tucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking avatar Mar 15 2013
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Hiking2.70 Miles 523 AEG
Hiking2.70 Miles   1 Hour   33 Mns   2.57 mph
523 ft AEG      30 Mns Break12 LBS Pack
 
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For three of the last four years on the Ides of March, my wife Tresa & I have ventured to Temporal Gulch for a bit of an afternoon tailgate picnic and short BD walk about the area...

Having lived in Santa Cruz county (Sonoita) in the recent past, I am well aquainted with Temporal Gulch - its prominent views of Mt. Wrightson & Mining Artifacts. This is one of my favorite lower AEG hikes to just stretch-out a bit...I usually meander back on the well maintained dirt road to the camping site (which are many) found at the GPS routes beginning - where abundant shade is provided by Arizona Sycamores!
Flora
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Named place
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Mount Wrightson
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Sierra Vista - BST Fitness LoopTucson, AZ
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Mtn Biking25.69 Miles 731 AEG
Mtn Biking25.69 Miles   1 Hour   56 Mns   13.29 mph
731 ft AEG12 LBS Pack
 
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Sierra Vista BST Fitness Loop - TT

Winter's Weekly Time Trial via the local BST-Multi-use-path. Out & back home...29er MTB! Heading-out trekking Friday afternoon with Tresa - Temporal Gulch in the Santa Ritas!

I am only logging 'BikeAZ' outings that entail documented/known trails or true off-road bike-packing types of rides...keeping it real!
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Sierra Vista - BST Fitness LoopTucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Mtn Biking avatar Mar 08 2013
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Mtn Biking12.87 Miles 381 AEG
Mtn Biking12.87 Miles      60 Mns   12.87 mph
381 ft AEG12 LBS Pack
 
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Sierra Vista BST Fitness Loop - One Hour Ride

One Hour Rain Ride in and out of stormy conditions and heavy winds...via the local BST-Multi-use-path. Out & back home...extremely refreshing, and quite the contrast re: yesterday's outing while returning from California!
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Signal Peak 4877 - KOFASouthwest, AZ
Southwest, AZ
Hiking avatar Mar 07 2013
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Hiking4.50 Miles 3,655 AEG
Hiking4.50 Miles   6 Hrs      1.00 mph
3,655 ft AEG   1 Hour   30 Mns Break12 LBS Pack
 
1st trip
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Signal Peak 4,877' - Yuma CHP - Prominence 3,482'- AZ Prominence Peak Rank: 16

Having just recently bagged this peak solo, let me begin by saying that I DO NOT recommend this as a solo trek for any hiker of any experience level. Having said that, let me offer that if you have also solo hiked Signal Peak to the summit - we should probably form a support group or the like, as we surely have a great deal in common. Reasons for these opening statements are mainly based on the remoteness and lack of an adequate cell signal on the eastern slope of the peak where this moderately technical (class II in a couple places) hiking route exists - the cell signal on the western slope is excellent.

I have had this AZ CHP on an endless list of potential treks in the southwest since the early 90's ... I remember the first time I took a gander down US Hwy 95 south of Quartzsite 20-25 years ago ... the stunning silhouette of the northern Kofa Mountains made an indelible impression on me - coming to signify the extreme harsh beauty that the lower Sonoran Desert is renowned for. It was with these salient memories that I chose to gear up for an overnight below Palm Canyon and a solo peak bagging of Signal the following day - as an extended detour on the return trip from below sea level business in Calexico, CA. I drove my high clearance (essential) 4x4 (not mandatory, but helpful - heavy suspension, etc.) so as to be able to access the remote TH - which is a mere 350 miles one-way from my place in Sierra Vista.

The abundance of frenetic, fly-catching Phainopeplas could not be exaggerated in the Kofa Queen Canyon area; this along with an abundance of Chaparral, large mature Chaparro Amargosa mid-route, blended with Jojoba thickets and consistently placed Mormon Tea make-up the prominent flora & fauna in the Ten Ewe Canyon & Indian Canyon areas. I fashioned a hiking stick out of an appropriately downed agave stalk at about a half mile into the trek with my Leatherman. This would be near essential, not just for the ascent but even more so for the slow deliberate descent - with abundant (non-scree) loose rock - I fell flat on my rear a handful of times, fortunately not very far though, just directly to the ground while keeping the center of gravity low when / where need be. There are a few scramble (photo link) & exposed scramble (photo link) areas on the way up that require even more focused attention on the way down than up...

This 'rugged' Arizona peak can't be fully witnessed until near the apex of the trail, as you finally clear the last of many terrace-type levels along the way. It is an extremely appealing site (especially soloing), when you initially realize that it is NOT one of the more severe, jagged peaks surrounding the summit at just slightly lower elevations. I made way up and sat flat on the ground atop the 1949 benchmark that is Signal Peak - looking around for a good long time at the living 360 degree panorama that stretched well into California, Sonora, the Baja and eastward toward metro Phoenix.

The wind picked-up as soon as I left the peak, as the front that would be Friday rain was approaching from the WNW quickly. This is definitely not the type of peak bagging where you gain from your ascent investment by taking advantage of gravity while jog-hiking at 5mph< back to the trail head. Gravity is not your friend on the descent, thus the 1 mph pace on average for the hike entire! The system of Cairns that marks the most glib hiking route toward the summit is just as useful coming back down...

While making my final approach toward the wash basin in the lower elevations of the hike a most wondrous finale occurred. A sole desert bighorn ram came charging up the trail below me and split-off to my right and up the ridge just overhead. It stopped fast, then looked straight at me from about 30' away - I juggled for my camera and started snapping a few shots not even looking through the view finder - so as to remain present for the encounter. He trotted away behind a bush and reappeared seconds later remaining fixed on my location not far away. He then bolted in a tremendous show of power and agility, ideally evolved for this environment and then reemerged well below on a small outcropping - he turned and stared in my direction seemingly observing my downhill progress. He then turned and looked outward toward the east and the opening of the canyon, clearly confident in being the master of his domain. I finished the final half-mile of the hike tacitly humbled by nature's magnificence once again - then exited the Kofa Wildlife Refuge toward Quartzsite and the long drive home to Cochise County.
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Fauna
Bighorn Sheep
Culture
Culture
Benchmark
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Wildflowers Observation Isolated
Verbena & Brittlebush in flower here and there...

dry Indian Canyon Dry Dry
There was NO water to be found in the lower portion of the canyon.

dry Ten Ewe Canyon Dry Dry
There was NO water to be found in the lower portion of the canyon.
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Mar 05 2013
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Sierra Vista - BST Fitness LoopTucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
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Mtn Biking25.74 Miles 763 AEG
Mtn Biking25.74 Miles   1 Hour   56 Mns   13.31 mph
763 ft AEG12 LBS Pack
 
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Heading out of town for a couple days. Early Winter Weekly Time Trial via the local BST-Multi-use-path. Out & back home...29er MTB rolls on!
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French Joe Canyon - Whetstone MtnsTucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking avatar Mar 03 2013
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Hiking2.81 Miles 904 AEG
Hiking2.81 Miles   1 Hour   56 Mns   2.08 mph
904 ft AEG      35 Mns Break12 LBS Pack
 
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Whetstone Mountains - French Joe Canyon

My wife Tresa and I took an impromptu afternoon jaunt over to the Whetstone Mountains ... meandering slowly up the rocky 4x4 route toward French Joe Canyon. Though listed in the description as Canyoneering, this is NOT necessarily the case - and was far from our aim on such a warm and pleasant winter's afternoon in the high chaparral of Cochise County.

The Whetstone Mountains have quite a few undocumented (HAZ) hiking potentials from one end of the range to the other ... hoping to make it back into this oft overlooked Madrean Sky Island for an extended outing to document one of them sometime soon. :D
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The Cape

dry French Joe Spring Dry Dry
Dry as it was last year ... seems to be a long abandoned source.
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San Pedro TrailTucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
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Mtn Biking20.49 Miles 1,342 AEG
Mtn Biking20.49 Miles   3 Hrs   40 Mns   7.03 mph
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San Pedro RNCA - Murray Springs TH

I ported in via the Murray Springs TH and made way towards Hereford Road to the south, turning back a couple miles north of the Hereford Bridge TH. I decided to experiment with running my urban wheel-set on a ride that was entirely trails (mostly single track). That mixed with extended hiking (4 miles) during the ride would be a good motility-type workout on such a beauty late winter day.

The weather was idyllic for being out with just a bit of a pronounced headwind on the return back north. Surprisingly the bike did excellent over all terrains, considering the more blacktop aligned wheel set...the San Pedro RNCA being a menagerie of surfaces with extended heavy-sand in places throughout. I was pleased with the overall performance, both hiking and riding split at about 20/80% - this trail is such a wealth to have in the region! :D
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HAZ Rides

water 1 out of 5water 2 out of 5water 3 out of 5water 4 out of 5 Murray Springs - San Pedro RNCA Gallon + per minute Gallon + per minute
Flowing ever vigorously!!!
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Mtn Biking25.83 Miles 769 AEG
Mtn Biking25.83 Miles   1 Hour   55 Mns   13.48 mph
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Sierra Vista BST Fitness Loop - TT

Beauty Day for this Winter's Weekly Time Trial via the local BST-Multi-use-path. Out & back home...29er MTB rolling fairly well these days. Heading-out trekking tomorrow afternoon to get March moving!
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Sierra Vista - BST Fitness LoopTucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
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Mtn Biking25.89 Miles 773 AEG
Mtn Biking25.89 Miles   1 Hour   56 Mns   13.39 mph
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Weekly Time Trial on the local BST-Multi-use-path. Out & back home...
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Sierra Vista - BST Fitness LoopTucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
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Mtn Biking25.67 Miles 749 AEG
Mtn Biking25.67 Miles   1 Hour   58 Mns   13.05 mph
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Sierra Vista BST Fitness Loop - TT

Weekly Time Trial on the local BST-Multi-use-path. Out & back home...

Posting duplicates of this to take place of the near approximate rides that were lost in the data void of late January.
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Sierra Vista - BST Fitness LoopTucson, AZ
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Mtn Biking25.67 Miles 749 AEG
Mtn Biking25.67 Miles   1 Hour   58 Mns   13.05 mph
749 ft AEG12 LBS Pack
 
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Sierra Vista BST Fitness Loop - TT

Weekly Time Trial on the local BST-Multi-use-path. Out & back home...

Posting duplicates of this to take place of the near approximate rides that were lost in the data void of late January.
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Sierra Vista - BST Fitness LoopTucson, AZ
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Mtn Biking25.67 Miles 749 AEG
Mtn Biking25.67 Miles   1 Hour   58 Mns   13.05 mph
749 ft AEG12 LBS Pack
 
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Sierra Vista BST Fitness Loop - TT

Weekly Time Trial on the local BST-Multi-use-path. Out & back home...

Posting duplicates of this to take place of the near approximate rides that were lost in the data void of late January.
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