ridemagnetic
Moving to the Hayward area in the next 3-4 months. Anybody out there here?

I'll try to squeeze this in before the snow comes:

http://www.bikepacking.com/routes/tour-de-chequamegon-wisconsin/

Holler! 
A great set of wheels will make an average frame ride better. It doesn't work the other way around.  ~ridemagnetic
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Marinerecon
The entire area is magic. We travel there several times a year in all seasons and have fallen in love with the area. Tell Chris at New Moon that Nick and Crystal sent you.
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ridemagnetic
Marinerecon wrote:
The entire area is magic. We travel there several times a year in all seasons and have fallen in love with the area. Tell Chris at New Moon that Nick and Crystal sent you.


Will do! 

Give a shout if you're in the area. I'll be regularly posting here once I'm settled in. Winter really is my jam too and I'm so looking forward to 4 seasons again. Plenty of XC skiing and snowmobiling with fatbikes in tow![thumb]   
A great set of wheels will make an average frame ride better. It doesn't work the other way around.  ~ridemagnetic
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PoolBoyMatt
Funny enough, the Ben 1/2 of Riding Gravel is based in Hayward. So you will be neighbors with Riding Gravel and Mountain Bike Radio.

I am up here now, tons of great stuff but I haven't found a ton of time to get out and get after it.
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ridemagnetic
That is funny. Ben and I had some overlap living in Colorado but never met. I showed up an hour late for his inaugural Anti-Epic gravel race and ended up riding the course solo anyway.

My ETA to Hayward is late Oct or early Nov. So Ben, if you're listening... [wave]


A great set of wheels will make an average frame ride better. It doesn't work the other way around.  ~ridemagnetic
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drwelby
Weird, my wife has been talking about moving to Wisconsin...
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