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    Alright, that is a fun park!

    Went to Cheyenne Mtn state park May 3 - May 5. Went camping with the family, celebrated my dad's B-day, went to Iron Springs Chateau etc etc. However every morning I was out on the trails. I really like that park for some riding. Took a couple shots of Cougar Shadow! Hope you enjoy!












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    Looks good. Also looks empty. Did you run across many other riders?

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    As usual.....very nice. I'll have to break a map out.
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    I rode there a few weeks ago Funrover! Did you hit the section of Blackmer Loop that Cougar Shadow cuts out? Fun in that too. Also Medicine Wheel and Boulder Run offer a little more techy stuff that is good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guyechka View Post
    Looks good. Also looks empty. Did you run across many other riders?
    When I was on the bike no, I was on trail about 6:15 AM or so. Later on when Geo caching with the family there were more out.

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    As usual.....very nice. I'll have to break a map out.
    Heck yeah! Do it!

    Quote Originally Posted by mountaingoatepics View Post
    I rode there a few weeks ago Funrover! Did you hit the section of Blackmer Loop that Cougar Shadow cuts out? Fun in that too. Also Medicine Wheel and Boulder Run offer a little more techy stuff that is good.
    I did. Blackmer and Cougar were my favorites. I didn't get to Medicine. Hit a lot of the others however!

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    Funrover you sure live up to your name.

    Here's the map JayCRock...
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    Almost every time I go there........a couple big old turkeys end up freakin' me out.

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    The turkeys have gotten the best of me too. I think they recognize when you're pedaling too slow, and then scare the wits out of ya!

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    Haters gonna hate.


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    Quote Originally Posted by goldenboy View Post
    Funrover you sure live up to your name.

    Here's the map JayCRock...
    HAHA!! Thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by Mojo Maestro View Post
    Almost every time I go there........a couple big old turkeys end up freakin' me out.
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    The turkeys have gotten the best of me too. I think they recognize when you're pedaling too slow, and then scare the wits out of ya!
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    Haters gonna hate.
    I heard the turkeys, even tried to find them. However I didn't see any. However the deer that were out were impressive!

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    I'm in post processing mode, saw another one of your fine ride stoke threads and...well...you know me...



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    Re: Alright, that is a fun park!

    Quote Originally Posted by Funrover View Post
    I heard the turkeys, even tried to find them. However I didn't see any. However the deer that were out were impressive!
    The turkey scare is two fold. First the turkeys appear running out of no where and might scare you. Then you you ask yourself, what are they running from? Meow...

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    Quote Originally Posted by goldenboy View Post
    Funrover you sure live up to your name.

    Here's the map JayCRock...
    Thanks. Appreciate that.
    Quote Originally Posted by Hernando Gutierrez
    The only thing you have to figure out is don't fall down. To keep riding the bike.

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    Great pics F'rover! As always great motivation for me when you share your pictures & adventures .

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