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    New question here. Colorado trail and Green Mountain loop condition in Buffalo Creek?

    Ridable or wait a week or two (as of 5/17)?
    sth

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    Quote Originally Posted by SingleTrackHound
    Ridable or wait a week or two (as of 5/17)?
    Been ridable for a while.

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    Affirmative! 100% bone dry. Thx for the info!

    Baldy never gets old flowing down. So good! Don't get why so many folks climb up Baldy and come down on Gashouse.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SingleTrackHound
    Don't get why so many folks climb up Baldy and come down on Gashouse.
    That's a really good question...but I guess whatever floats your bike uphill.

    Ed

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    If I had to guess, people don't know how fun it is bomb down Baldy or find Gashouse climb much more streneous.

    For me, I rather suffer harder on the climb so I can pick the most fun way down. Why choose easier climbing route to come down on the 2nd best downhill. Call me crazy!
    Last edited by SingleTrackHound; 05-18-2008 at 07:57 PM.
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    I go up Baldy

    to make Ed have to yield coming down

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