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River Mountain Trail

Decided to go for a ride on Saturday morning, here are some mobile uploads. The day started out beautifully and stayed relatively cool (under 90). The seasonal wind didn't even start until about 10am.

Taking in the view from the summit near Boulder City. Jared, Matt, Keith and Dad.

View of Lake Mead

This section of the trail was made from an old road partially paved over

The final climb is a killer, about 1/3rd of the way up I got a little too aggressive with my gears and my chain dropped off when i shifted, had to go back down and try again.


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