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Old 04-08-2014, 07:13 PM
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Here's a short clip of my 2:45/50 mile adventure. This was my favorite section as there was effectively no dust, at least compared to the rest of the course. I'll post up other sections as I get them edited and loaded.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hCtn...ature=youtu.be
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Nice Phil
Thanks for sharing.

Call you "Bam Bam" Cook as you road right over that other guy... ;-)

I always hate those rocks at the D100....
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Nice Phil
Thanks for sharing.

Call you "Bam Bam" Cook as you road right over that other guy... ;-)

I always hate those rocks at the D100....
If you don't want to get run over, don't lie down in the trail.

That wasn't the only one. If you stall on a hill climb in front of me, your new name is "traction."
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Nice

What did your air filter look like after that - one big foam dirt ball...lol?

Looks like attempting to pass anyone is sketchy to say the least; wouldn't want to hit a big rock hidden behind a sage bush

Was the rest of the course pretty flat, or did you have additional areas with elevation to play in?
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What did your air filter look like after that - one big foam dirt ball...lol?

Looks like attempting to pass anyone is sketchy to say the least; wouldn't want to hit a big rock hidden behind a sage bush

Was the rest of the course pretty flat, or did you have additional areas with elevation to play in?
Lots of elevations. The course was laid out like the petals of a flower (sort of): Run on the old course, take a right turn for a 2-6 mile loop, return to the old course for 10 miles. Take a left turn for a 2-4 mile loop, etc. The loops held some short but steep elevation changes, with lots of loose rocks buried in sand.
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