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There are definity pros & cons for most shops, that's for sure.
The riding really is great around SLC. I hope you enjoy. The proximity of the mountains is convenient.
There are a handfull of weekly/bi-weekly hillclimb series & TT & Crits, as well as the road races and TONS of organised tours and events.
What's the weather like? Here in Phoenix, I can ride all year, if I want to. Is that possible there, or does it snow, and get crappy in the winter? Do you guys switch to MTB or cross bikes when the weather gets bad?
Allergies? Mine are terrible, and I've been told AZ is about the worst place I can live. Would I be any better off there?
There is lots of MTN biking and cross riding too, but I don't do that. My MTN bike is just set up as a "sloppy weather road bike".
Allergies: I don't have that problem, but I think it is bad for certain types of pollen and good for others. Maybe someone else has better info.
Just plug in any day of the year and it will tell you all the average weather, stats & averages FOR THE LAST 30 YEARS.
The Average high temperature for JAN 1 (for the past 30 years) is.....36 F (there is 5-6 months of winter whether we like it or not )
http://www.ksl.com/index.php?nid=594&si ... er-planner
This is for northern Utah.
Southern, is different (much warmer)
Rick wrote:The economy here is pretty terrible, though not as bad as many places in the US.
Hopefully that will change after we get a real President and stop the experiments in creating a socialist utopia.
Trust me, as a guy who works in the service industry, I can't wait for some change to come around!!
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