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    New question here. Anything Rideable this time of Year?

    I am relocating back to Colorado from Scottsdale, AZ - the last time I was living in Colorado I wasn't into the whole mountain biking scene.. I was curious if there were some nice trails around that are still rideable - not talking about freeride/dh since I'm sure most of that stuff will open more up when there isn't as much possible for snow. So, is there much out there or should I just stick to my snow sports and just wait for the riding in spring/summer?

    I'm looking at places in Lodo but willing to tow the bike to where ever there is some solid riding?

    Thanks for your help. //g
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    Keep the skis and board waxed. It varies by year, but this year the trails are in pretty rough shape. Pueblo has been about the best bet so far this year.

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    Rideable

    Hidden Mesa in Franktown is rideable. I rode Dakota Ridge and Mathews Winters today. Most everything is rideable, but a bit of mud and snow on both trails.

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    thanks for the great replies i'm excited to be getting back to colorado //g

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    Green Mountain is very dry, at least most lower trails on the S and W aspects

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    Yer Mom!!
    Bad rep!!! That's right SON!!

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