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Zulla Road - March 15, 2008, 11:25 AM

Zulla Road going from Marshall to Middleburg is pretty crappy.

If you take this route, keep an eye out for HUGE potholes. There's avoidable as long as you space out your group to about 4 or 6 bike/car lengths. Don't follow anyone too closely because the path between the HUGE potholes is pretty narrow.

I don't know about the other side of the road going towards Marshall as I was too busy doing the pothole slalom.


Take it easy out there, guys, lots of gravel and what-not!



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you were going to fast


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thanks fo info!!


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That sux!


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Thank you Tanya


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626 is worse, big ones everywhere!!! FAK!


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March 17, 2008, 11:59 PM

Thanks Tanya!

Dat sucks....that road is part of my quick ride route when I don't have alot of time and want to just ride for an hour or so.


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hit zulla today, middleburg to marshall, not to bad, but def there. very avoidable. had ten of us and everyone was fine.


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