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2016-11-02 10:02 PM

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Subject: Riding IMAZ Course
Hello all!

If my plan works out, hopefully I'll be racing IMAZ in 2017.

I'm going to be in Phoenix in February and I'll be staying with a friend who has offered me the use of her road bike (if memory serves it's a Trek from about 2011).

I'd like to ride part of the course while I'm there, but I'm not sure how safe the roads are, if at all navigable on a bike. Or if parts of it are OK, what segments.

I appreciate any guidance - thanks!

2016-11-09 2:54 PM
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Subject: RE: Riding IMAZ Course
Beeline has wide shoulders on each side, but they tend to be full of crap until race day. Be prepared for flats from thorns.
2017-01-08 9:59 PM
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Peoria, AZ (Near Lake Pleasant)
Subject: RE: Riding IMAZ Course

You should post again when closer to Feb as several of us may be willing to join for a loop or two and groups can be safree on narrow portions and part of the beeline.

2017-04-25 5:06 PM
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Subject: RE: Riding IMAZ Course
I have been on the Beeline Hwy twice already recently. I would start out with a swim at Saguaro Lake and then park on Shea to start my loop rides.
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