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Old 03-19-2013, 09:29 AM   #8 (permalink)
herjazz
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Originally Posted by EastCoastChris View Post
Day started hard (not icy), turned great for a couple runs then slushy in the afternoon in 50 degree temps.
that's a sign that it's time to hit the park lol... that's exactly what i do. morning when it's still relatively hard, do my usual speed/carve runs. if it turns to slush, i know my wax is gone anyways, so i hit the park and try a few stuff there and call it a day...
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