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    Keith is bringing his new rigid SS for this one... lol

    glad your coming bro!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JOEMTBR COLORADO View Post
    That is good news but I am thinking you need to ride instead, with 3 trucks we have enough room for 1 more.
    I have a T2 rack with the +2 extension, do any of the trucks need/prefer to rock the rack? 2" receiver, keeps your bikes from beating the **** out of each other. I live 200 meters from the parking lot and can drive it over with it on my vehicle. I have a 4 cylinder honda with 240,000 miles on it and sacked out springs. It doesn't like to climb gold camp with five people and 4 bikes. But, the rack is a champ, so let me know if anyone wants to utilize it. Takes 60 seconds to uninstall and reinstall.

    Kristian--Thanks Dad! Haha Yeah, gonna be chilly at that elevation. Bringing extra layer and my backup-backup light just in case. Got a 4 pack of Shift I bought last week just for this ride, too

    Oh, and THIS IS GOING TO BE KICK ASS!!!

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    Tonight should be a good time. Not sure if the Mal is going to come out tonight I hate to suffer right off the bat then kill myself trying to keep up with Chris. Plus after reading this The Argument For Short Travel Bikes - Opinion - Pinkbike and watching the movie I think he was talking about me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaydude View Post
    Keith is bringing his new rigid SS for this one... lol

    glad your coming bro!
    Thanks Bro! but...
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    New rear triangle installed on the enduro last night. What better way to test it out! Mel offered to drive shuttle if a need arose (she's not riding or coming unless she's needed to drive). See you all at Stratton at 5:45

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    Quote Originally Posted by jsj3831 View Post
    New rear triangle installed on the enduro last night. What better way to test it out! Mel offered to drive shuttle if a need arose (she's not riding or coming unless she's needed to drive). See you all at Stratton at 5:45
    Cool! You know how to get to the trailhead? It's pretty easy to find--just get off I-25 at Tejon and take a right. Follow Tejon until it ends at the 5 way and vier right onto Cheyenne Mt. Follow that about 3 miles to Ridgeway and take a right (the first right after the Cresta stoplight). The trailhead is on your right as you go up Ridgeway.

    It sounds like we have enough drivers without Mel, but that was nice of her to offer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hitechredneck View Post
    Plus after reading this The Argument For Short Travel Bikes - Opinion - Pinkbike and watching the movie I think he was talking about me
    Dude, I just finished reading that as well. Good article. A couple hardtail lover coworkers ganged up on me yesterday and proclaimed full suspension isn't faster and DH bikes are worthless (not exactly their words but that is what I perceived). It was right at the end of my shift and I really didn't have it in me to argue. In the article, Mike mentioned something to the affect that all types of bikes will add, in some way, a skill that translates over to how you ride bikes in general. I fully believe that. Even a fixie can teach you something. For DH, the slack angles and long travel boost your confidence allowing you go faster, jump farther, and smash obstacles like never before. That confidence stays with you (as long as you don't let the DH bike collect too much dust) as you try for that roller to roller gap on the hardtail or go for a "Kristian line" on an XC ride. I'd also argue that if you can rail turns on a slack DH bike, you can make anything turn. Anyways, I plan on opening the idea up for discussion tonight during a beer break to hear what some have to say. BTW, I really liked the opening warning statement of the Pinkbike article. Apparently, Pinkbike authors do read the heated comment section

    That said, I think you should ride the big bike. Keep in mind we have a big crew tonight which usually leads to unavoidable regrouping for mechanicals, flats, first aid, sandwich eating, giggle fits, etc.; time to rest

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    Crap... I was already bumming about missing this ride but I had totally forgotten about the giggle fits!

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    Well reading Chris' response made me wish I still had my remedy.. guess we will see how my skillz hold up on my niner.
    Side note.. anyone know where to buy those Kate's Bars they gave us at the race. Fcking delicious but I don't want to drop $40 on a box on their website.

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    Crush Some Gruss!

    Crush Some Gruss!

    Crush Some Gruss!

    Crush Some Gruss!

    Crush Some Gruss!


    Can you tell I am excited for this ride?

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    **** i've been eyein this thread like a hawk... is there room for me if I can skip class? I'd pay $10 for a shuttle!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TitusCO View Post
    Well reading Chris' response made me wish I still had my remedy.. guess we will see how my skillz hold up on my niner.
    Side note.. anyone know where to buy those Kate's Bars they gave us at the race. Fcking delicious but I don't want to drop $40 on a box on their website.
    ProCycling has them. Those things are great but unfortunately not cheap.

    Crush Some Gruss!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SomethingRelatedToBiking View Post
    Dude, I just finished reading that as well. Good article.
    Agreed! I don't think there is any question for me--I would be faster riding the Shinobi on Pipeline than I would on the Delirium T. For me, it's mostly a matter of accelerating out of the turns, and that is SO much easier on a ligher bike. The 120mm of rear travel is plenty for any line on that trail and the 29" wheel would roll right over the chunkiest lines with almost as much stability as the 170mm Delirium.

    All that being said, I'm going to have a lot more fun tonight riding the Knolly than I would on the Norco. Sometimes it's not about the full out speed--it's about the invincible feeling that riding a burly bike gives you. Since we're shuttling, it's basically a pain free decision about which bike to bring. In fact, I'll get a better work out tonight with my bike of choice because I'll be dragging a heavier bike up the hill.

    I'm stoked stoked stoked stoked stoked stoked stoked stoked stoked stoked stoked stoked stoked stoked stoked stoked stoked stoked stoked stoked stoked stoked stoked stoked stoked stoked stoked stoked stoked stoked stoked for this ride!!!

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    thinkin becca & I will just meet at the trailhead on the chance that there's room for us... anyone have the latest count of cars/drivers/riders?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TitusCO View Post
    Well reading Chris' response made me wish I still had my remedy.. guess we will see how my skillz hold up on my niner.
    Side note.. anyone know where to buy those Kate's Bars they gave us at the race. Fcking delicious but I don't want to drop $40 on a box on their website.
    Criterium sells them: Grizzly, Tram, Handlebar, and the Stash. They are pricey. If you want a box, let me know and I'll get you a better price. I agree, they are delicious and consist of real food ingredients.

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    Quote Originally Posted by p_DuBs View Post
    thinkin becca & I will just meet at the trailhead on the chance that there's room for us... anyone have the latest count of cars/drivers/riders?
    I think there are 12 riders and three drivers as of Nick's last count.

    # Rider
    1 Kristian
    2 Joe
    3 Jay
    4 Jack
    5 Chris
    6 Nick
    7 Brian / Keith
    8 Arin
    9 Atergo76
    10 Jake
    11 Andy
    12 Jimmy

    That would be 4 riders plus 1 driver in each truck. I'm pretty sure that Joe's truck actually fits 6 people so that would be one extra space. If any other trucks fit 6, there would be room for both of you.

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    Ok, ok, I give I will ride my 140 bike instead of my hardtail.....haha

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    I'll have a Kuat 2 bike 2" receiver we could move over to a shuttle vehicle with me.

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    T minus 3 hours.....time goes sooooo slow.

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    Jake and Andy are out. That's two seats for P and B is you guys are still in?!

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    I feel like a middle aged woman waiting to watch breaking dawn.. Antsy as hell!!!

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    Crush grus
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    Crom!!! I wish I was there for this ride!! Have fun brothers

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    Now that was a fun ride!!! Hope everybody made it past all that ice after crank case alley, I had a few I'm going to die moments. Thanks again to our drivers.

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    The grus has been crushed!
    Best night ride of the year!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Short Bus View Post
    The grus has been crushed!
    Best night ride of the year!!!
    Something about a shuttle just makes me happy!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Short Bus View Post
    The grus has been crushed!
    Best night ride of the year!!!
    No, that was the best night ride EVER!

    I can't believe we rode that trail in the dark top to bottom with only a few seemingly minor crashes, and no ride ending mechanicals! I also can't believe we rode that trail in in the end of November with only a few spots of ice and no real snow.

    Thanks to Nick and Chris for organizing, thanks to the drivers/truck owners, and thanks to everyone for showing up and making it a great ride!

    That ride set the bar pretty high--now what are we going to do to top it????

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    Well done ladies and gents. Pretty impressive that such a large group of night riders could conquer that much loose wicked DH. Oh and having Pipeline beer on Pipeline trail was Win!

    I will have pics up this evening.

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    That ride was bonkers...had a blast though. I slept real fitful last night--dreams of wrecking mixed with being really tired. Pretty gnarly ride. So glad we all made it out under our own power.

    Can we maybe do a Sante Fe ride next? Haha

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    I know how to top it K, sadly it will have to wait till summer.............Can anyone say the peak shuttle wait at the summit till the sun goes down then turn on the lights and head down barr!! Just like those crazy guys across the pond do in all the videos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lubes17319 View Post
    Meh
    Are you angry this morning lubes?

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    You know me well!
    I'll try to make up for missing that ride by pedaling Ridgeline tonight.
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    Missing a killer ride is like going through the 5 stages of grief. First there was denial. 'I bet it wasn't that great...'. That stage ended once I read the thread this morning. Next came anger. Pissed that my wife was sick, that I am feeling the early effects of whatever it is she has. That gave way to depression. Thoughts like 'I'll probably be sick for this Sunday's ride...' So that is 1-3... Not sure what stage comes next but I guess I'll find out once I make it there..haha. I am hoping depression turns to excitement. 'Ok, I missed that killer ride but what killer ride should I plan to make up for it'. Then that should lead to acceptance. 'Eh, I missed that ride but there will be plenty more'.
    ok... enough rambling I guess I better get back to work.

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    I would love to ride down the peak at night! Ill rent a bike for that one though.

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    That was some EPIC GRUS CRUSHING. Thanks everyone for making last night my all time best night ride. Everyone rode fantastic and kept their bikes together. I am forever indeated to Beca for finding my phone, thanks Beca.

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    So I just read this entire 4 page thread. No pics? Now I have blue balls.

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    Brian--So sorry for your loss. Group counseling session next Wednesday. Plenty of addicts ready to share their heart breaking stories of missed rides and how to cope with loss, depression, and giggle fits.

    Ringing in on the Barr Trail idea, as much as I like bashing down Barr on my DH bike, I have no desire to do it at night. But that said, I would be totally be game to do ride my trail bike on Elk Park to Barr and then down either of the four ways I can think of after that. And, I do believe that is still possible for this year?!

    On a previous discussion on suspension bikes, hard tails, and such, I had a lot of fun on the DH bike last night. Haven't ridden it since season's close at Winter Park. It took about five miles before I remembered how to ride it. It reminded me of more arguing points for why learning to ride a DH bike is important. Straight lining rocks is the obvious plus. Confidence building in those situations builds upon itself when trail riding. Relearning how to turn that slack head angle eventually came back to me which allowed me to break the rear end around without brakes..such a sick feeling. Big bikes drift like no other. The ability to manual though a quick section of rocks so you can put down the front wheel in the only safe spot on the trail is a ninja move more easily learned on the DH rig--precise handling is something most people would not imagine was something a burly big offers, but with their stiff wheels, frame and fork, it has it in spades. Preloading into 8" of squish sounds like a down side, and it is when you are going slow, but lifting the bike out of that travel at the right time with all the force you have gives you extra air time allowing you to land her farther down the trail, past that root, over those rocks, setting you up for the next turn with more speed than if you tried to plow through. And, pulling up and out of 8" takes milliseconds longer which lets your body find its balance before your wheels leave the ground.

    It takes time to reveal the abilities of a DH bike, but the nuances learned will transfer to your other bikes. Every type of bike has a secret. Makes me want to go break a huffy riding down Jacks haha Ok, off the soap box, sorry =)

    Jay--sorry to forget the camera again leaving you the sole cinematographer as usual..

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    Quote Originally Posted by SomethingRelatedToBiking View Post
    On a previous discussion on suspension bikes, hard tails, and such, I had a lot of fun on the DH bike last night.
    Man, it was a mixed bag for me. I had a lot of fun every time the trail was pointed down, but I really was hating all of the flat and climbing sections.

    I've been thinking a lot about what I want to do for my next "big bike" when I retire the Delirium T, and that ride had me thinking that a 160mm Chiltocin with a 180mm fork might make me a lot happier than a 200mm Podium.

    Regardless, I think I would have had a riot last night on any of the bikes that I own!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kristian View Post

    I've been thinking a lot about what I want to do for my next "big bike" when I retire the Delirium T, and that ride had me thinking that a 160mm Chiltocin with a 180mm fork might make me a lot happier than a 200mm Podium.
    I recently built a Chiltocin 160 with a 160 lyric for a friend. It came out pretty sweet. Barent really loves it, it takes care of him well as he relearns to ride (been out of the saddle for six months or so). I bet I could arrange a "test ride" with him if you like. He lives right near Palmer too.

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    So stat wise we did:
    15.03 miles
    4300 ft difference in min/max elevation
    3 hours 32 minutes
    25.4mph max speed
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    Wow, that was the hardest 4000+ feet of DH I have ridden in a while - not technically although there was plenty of puckering going on at times. Other times my eyes were telling me I was going downhill but my legs were working just to keep moving - like pedaling through 4 inches of wet snow. Lots of sliding, drifting, railing, jumping and plenty of fun! The re-entry/endo onto Gold Camp Road was the low point of the ride for me but but all it cost me was a helmet and a few advil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jsj3831 View Post
    Wow, that was the hardest 4000+ feet of DH I have ridden in a while - not technically although there was plenty of puckering going on at times. Other times my eyes were telling me I was going downhill but my legs were working just to keep moving - like pedaling through 4 inches of wet snow. Lots of sliding, drifting, railing, jumping and plenty of fun! The re-entry/endo onto Gold Camp Road was the low point of the ride for me but but all it cost me was a helmet and a few advil.
    Good to hear that you did no damage to yourself or bike, I caught a glimpse of the endo and it made me cringe. It was good riding with you again.

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    Woah there folks, When jaydude is not riding bikes, romancing women, and climbing rock walls he can find time to post pictures from last nights ride! lol!



    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/jaydude/8230915429/" title="IMG_3610 by jaydude_72, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8489/8230915429_d834c572e3_b.jpg" width="1024" height="683" alt="IMG_3610"></a>
    Lets start with my favorite pic from the ride









    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/jaydude/8231981236/" title="IMG_3576 by jaydude_72, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8337/8231981236_909f1ca98a_b.jpg" width="1024" height="683" alt="IMG_3576"></a>
    Bikes and riders were loaded with care for the shuttle




    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/jaydude/8230917623/" title="IMG_3583 by jaydude_72, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8066/8230917623_2fc6f6fc27_b.jpg" width="1024" height="683" alt="IMG_3583"></a>
    We all unloaded and got our grins on for the upcoming fun








    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/jaydude/8230917485/" title="IMG_3584 by jaydude_72, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8203/8230917485_1a6e38edfa_b.jpg" width="1024" height="683" alt="IMG_3584"></a>


    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/jaydude/8230917361/" title="IMG_3586 by jaydude_72, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8058/8230917361_98b122efd1_b.jpg" width="1024" height="683" alt="IMG_3586"></a>
    And a quick traverse over to FR 379 and the top of Pipeline







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    There were reports of bird flu, swine flu, and SAR's on this ride





    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/jaydude/8231979792/" title="IMG_3594 by jaydude_72, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8478/8231979792_220f93059c_b.jpg" width="1024" height="683" alt="IMG_3594"></a>.
    Die hard Inflexables!




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    (In my best texas accent) You gots to take the thingamabob and connect it to the wachamacallit Nick.






    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/jaydude/8231979398/" title="IMG_3598 by jaydude_72, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8200/8231979398_2408f51de7_b.jpg" width="1024" height="683" alt="IMG_3598"></a>
    Well, Kristian doing what he does best, being Kristian.





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    jsj3831 negotiating some trees




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    TitusCO got up close and personal with this frozen waterfall.




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    Good thing we brought backup lights.






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    Bottle neck




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    HTRNs friend who likes trees





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    Kman chasing UFOs on Jones Park Trail







    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/jaydude/8231977306/" title="IMG_3618 by jaydude_72, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8337/8231977306_08bd2d01cc_b.jpg" width="1024" height="807" alt="IMG_3618"></a>
    JoeMTBR on Jones Park Trail




    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/jaydude/8230914373/" title="IMG_3619 by jaydude_72, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8208/8230914373_730ed5d381_b.jpg" width="1024" height="707" alt="IMG_3619"></a>
    Becca on Jones Park Trail







    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/jaydude/8230914071/" title="IMG_3626 by jaydude_72, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8478/8230914071_934f2039e3_b.jpg" width="1000" height="1024" alt="IMG_3626"></a>
    The crew finishing up Captain Jacks






    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/jaydude/8230913839/" title="IMG_3629 by jaydude_72, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8477/8230913839_39c5052dec_b.jpg" width="993" height="1024" alt="IMG_3629"></a>
    STRTB and Joe WTF?





    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/jaydude/8231977034/" title="IMG_3620 by jaydude_72, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8490/8231977034_2441f880b0_b.jpg" width="1024" height="683" alt="IMG_3620"></a>
    And what a way to celebrate Pipeline Trail with some Pipeline Porter!




    We will be talking about this one for a while. Great riding everybody!





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    Nice Pics Jay!! Great framing. I didn't realize that you took so many photos. Proof positive that we pulled this off. Promise to bring my camera next time.

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    Great pics Jay. Thanks for taking the time from riding bikes, romancing women and climbing rocks to post. haha.

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    Yeah Jay! You should X-post them on the night riding forum with the thread title: Best Night Ride EVER!

    You captured the mood of the ride perfectly--lots of fun riding and a fair amount of fun hanging out!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaydude View Post
    TitusCO got up close and personal with this frozen waterfall.
    I have to give it to Jimmy, he wrecked in a beautiful spot Glad you turned out okay, Jimmy.

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    Great pics Jaydude!

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