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Thread: Yuma

  1. #1
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    Feb 2006


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    There's a good chance I'll have the opportunity to visit Yuma near the end of the year. It'll sure be nice to ride in some warm weather for a change!

    Anyone know of any good bike routes around Yuma? I'm looking for areas that are safe and low traffic and that I'm not likely to get lost on.

    If you can read this, take a pull.

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Apr 2006
    where the wind comes sweeping down the plain
    I grew up in Yuma, but haven't been there in almost 20 years. I USED to know good riding routes, but from what I've heard, the place has exploded and I surely wouldn't know my way around at all.
    Just wanted to pipe in to tell you to enjoy your stay there. Should be pretty tame this time of year. I never had to buy a winter coat until I went away to college (you mean THIS is what a winter coat looks like? I thought my sweater WAS a winter coat ).
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