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    Anything rideable around Denver tomorrow/wed?

    I've got a pass to ride on Wed and I'm looking for a change of scenery. Think Green Mt or Dakota Ridge will be dry or should I just stay up north. Anything else around there? Pueblo is too far for my window.
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    With the sun shining brightly and about an inch of snow yesterday, I would think Dakota would be good to go, but just a guess. I can see north table from my office window and there are very few snow patches left on the east and south sides, I cannot see north or west sides..
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    Cool, thanks BBZ. We got at least 2" of super wet yesterday in Lyons. It's going to be muddy for another couple days, methinks. Appreciate any more updates, thanks!
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    no worries, with as dry as it has been I think tomorrow afternoon might be really nice on the ridge, the stairs will be a mess and not sure what the MW side will look like though, lots of it is in the shade. You could always hit up two laps on the ridge or ride it backwards
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    yo Dave- I'm off. Lets do some ridin.
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    You could probably ride Dakota but GM is likely to be pretty wet in places still. We tried NTM and the snow melt has the trail really soft. Where there was snow it was fine but anything south facing was muddy, we did not ride past the snow. I live in Littleton and we got about an 1" or more of snow yesterday and I think things are going to be soggy for another 5 days or so, just in time for the next storm to move in this weekend.
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    Damn, with me recently out of work I would head out and join you but I have a clashing career coach/placement program meeting tomorrow.

    Well that's shitty. Even out of work, "work" to get work gets in the way of biking.

    Have a good ride! Report back what you find. I plan to head out Thursday/Friday for some dirt. I need to know where to go!

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