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    Directions to shuttle APEX

    I am trying to get an after work ride in today. Can someone please give me directions for shuttling APEX?

    Thanks

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    Ha! This is too classic!

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    Yeah, there's a hotline for it 303-867-5309 ask for Jenny.

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    Fantastic! Just subscribing for entertainment value.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ithnu
    Yeah, there's a hotline for it 303-867-5309 ask for Jenny.
    Haha that's actually a Fort Morgan number!
    Biker? I don't even know her.

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    drive up, ride down, repeat.

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    I already offered this up............. meet at the intersection of N. Lookout Mt Rd & Colorow Rd. Load yer rides into the box van & I'll shuttle y'all to the Heritage Park parking lot & let ya tear it up.


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    3 large egg whites, at room temperature
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    It's that easy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by c1gary
    I am trying to get an after work ride in today. Can someone please give me directions for shuttling APEX?

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    Get in I-70 eastbound, keep going a few hundred miles.

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    Apex has been changed to uphill traffic only.

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    I need some popcorn and a beer for this one.

    The easiest way to shuttle is to ask Heritage Square real nice if they will put your bike on their chair lift. Just make sure you are the cute lift attendants.
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    There's actaully an alternative method that few know about.
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    A trail thatís too difficult wouldnít exist because itíd never be used. But, trails can exist thatíre too difficult for you.

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    This is too easy....
    **** censorship

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    yes find the first single speed in the parking lot sneak up behind and latch on to his seatpost that should do the trick.
    "its not how slack your head angle is, its how you ride the bike"

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    13 responses and nobody has told this guy to PM Rontele about his free shuttle service?
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    I work down town and would like to ride this evening. I will be able to be on the trail about 4:30 pm at the earliest. I would welcome any other suggestions for a quick fix.

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    Please, Sister Morphine, I need to score

    Quote Originally Posted by c1gary
    I would welcome any other suggestions for a quick fix.
    Morphine would be less painful, less expensive, and more PC.

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    Some directions if you have actually ridden up the entire thing. Before turning into Enchanted Forest, take a right. Just apply that in reverse!

    See, I included a map that includes the downtown area so you know how to get there from your work
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    Quote Originally Posted by c1gary
    I work down town and would like to ride this evening. I will be able to be on the trail about 4:30 pm at the earliest. I would welcome any other suggestions for a quick fix.
    You might be able to do a quick loop on GM if you're actually on trail by 430.

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    Forget Apex.
    Shuttling Maxwell in FC is way gnarlier. I-25 north, turn left 40 miles before the WY border.

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    Shuttle which way?

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    tough crowd..!

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    Quote Originally Posted by schw8901
    drive up, ride down, repeat.

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    Alright dude, I feel for ya. You just want to get in a quick ride after work. If you don't mind techie trails, you should really be hitting up Dakota Ridge (aka the hogback, look it up in the trail section of this site). With just 2.5 short, but steep climbs you get all the smiles of some techie, multiple line optioned DH. Way more fun than Apex in my book. You want to start at the north end and ride south. If you're lazy, ride the road back up, if you're stupid lazy park a car at the south end. If you're up for more, go across the street to [Dave] Mathew Winters/Red Rocks. Or just keep doing Dakota.

    With that said, the trail does have plenty of runners/hikers/bikers/dogs/marmots/evil politicians so yeild accordingly. No public trail is your private DH. So be respectful. Slow down and say hi to your fellow trail-mates. And have some fun and catch some air. Let us know how it goes.
    Biker? I don't even know her.

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