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    This forum needs a pic.

    Here's one from last night's ride...



    Back to your regularly scheduled jeffco, keystone, schnauzer, coming-to-colorado-need-info, mtbr-f=70-lovefest threads...
    Ride On!

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    That's a really BIG trail.

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    Beautiful shot, jl!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jl
    Here's one from last night's ride...



    Back to your regularly scheduled jeffco, keystone, schnauzer, coming-to-colorado-need-info, mtbr-f=70-lovefest threads...
    Nice pic of JCOS singletrack.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DWF
    Nice pic of JCOS singletrack.
    Indeed. And if you happen to see a hiker walking on either side of that particular section of it, be sure to come to full and complete stop until you have received his or her expressed and verbally stated (written might be good too) permission to proceed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SkaredShtles
    That's a really BIG trail.
    "fattrack"

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    Quote Originally Posted by lidarman
    "fattrack"
    On Green Mountain it's PHATtrack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SkaredShtles
    On Green Mountain it's PHATtrack.
    White rim is my favorite phattrack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DWF
    Nice pic of JCOS singletrack.
    JCOS? Sorry i don't know what this means.

    BTW Great pic..

    OK I understand what it is now but where is this trail i would love to go ride it .

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    Glad to see not everyone here is off their meds.

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    Wurd...

    Quote Originally Posted by Drop the Seat
    Glad to see not everyone here is off their meds.
    I know that it's different when it's in your 'backyard', but...

    Great shot jl!

    (Glad that I'm on the N. BoCo Front Range Fringe, where dogs can run free, and folks are few and far betwixed...)
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    quit spamming

    these boards w/ your sweet pics, and positive attitude! You're interrupting my online soaps
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    Quote Originally Posted by DWF
    Nice pic of JCOS singletrack.
    You've obviously been spending too much time riding Douglas County Singletrack. This, my friend, is a top secret free-ride trail. This is the antithesis of the apex-shuttle-monkey-ride. This secret trail was designed by TE-non-yielding-Lycra-wearing-XC-racing-roadie-wannabes. That's why it's so wide and smooth.

    I did mention along with secret, it is a free-ride trail. There is absolutely no cost to ride here, unlike Keystone, Sol Vista, and those other lift-mongering DH-type recreational areas. The nice thing about having to pay to get your bike to the top is that you are also paying to keep the hikers and horses away. As for this trial it's so secret you won't be able to find it.

    Hikers know not to even attempt to hike here--there lives would be in extreme danger from the possible gaggle of SS-29er-rigid bikers (many of them being blacksheep of the biking community). Even the 29er-zealots don't realize that this trail is best suited for a sweet, luscious, mouth-watering MonsterCross.



    Another nicety about this trail is that the bears and cougars keep the vicious attack-dogs away from innocent bikers. The bears will eat them, and the cougars will keep the dogs at home and take 'em for a walk. As for horses, I did have to ride through a couple of road-apples, but I didn't see any in person. The one time when I did see a horse, I think a cougar was riding it..

    I'm not sure but I think this might be some of that newly remodeled JeffCo PhatTrack.



    I really hope that the JeffCo thing gets worked out. I do empathize, but what I'm really curious about is the final parts and paint scheme on your McClung. Give it up already!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by front range migz
    these boards w/ your sweet pics, and positive attitude! You're interrupting my online soaps
    jl and Migz to the rescue. Just when I was about to remove my MTBR bookmark, you guys swoop in.

    A simple thank you to you two.

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    I shot a picture of some wildlife while in Rocky Mountain National Park....
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    Quote Originally Posted by TVC15
    Indeed. And if you happen to see a hiker walking on either side of that particular section of it, be sure to come to full and complete stop until you have received his or her expressed and verbally stated (written might be good too) permission to proceed.
    We should carry a legal document the hiker has to sign..

    "I herein therefore allow the aforementioned parties to execute said speed while passing party (Enter hiker name here____________________). The hiking party will hand over a priori assumption with out abating the dual circumfrenced biker. The hiker will not make any accusations, nor will they accrue issues during the hike of (Enter Date here__/__/__).
    By signing the document, the hiker releases all rights to the passing party, and shoot all unleashed dogs that might get into harms way.

    Hiker signature____________________________________.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SkaredShtles
    That's a really BIG trail.
    nah, just a wide camera

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    [SIZE="4"]did someone say "on your left"?!![/SIZE]

    chasing the downhiller.jpg

    [SIZE="4"]I[SIZE="4"] guess the headband identifies him as another disgruntled MTBR poster who rides in Jeffco..............[/SIZE][/SIZE]

    [SIZE="4"]I think he was mumbling something about how sanitized the trail was.[/SIZE]

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    Quote Originally Posted by IndecentExposure
    I shot a picture of some wildlife while in Rocky Mountain National Park....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pau11y
    Fixed
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    Quote Originally Posted by jl
    I do empathize, but what I'm really curious about is the final parts and paint scheme on your McClung. Give it up already!!!
    Good luck with that, I've been harassing him to paint the thing and put it together already - for about 3 years. Regardless - it's one sexy piece of office furniture, painted or raw.
    Now with more vitriol!

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    They're definitely the...

    Quote Originally Posted by Jdub
    jl and Migz to the rescue. Just when I was about to remove my MTBR bookmark, you guys swoop in.

    A simple thank you to you two.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jl
    gaggle of SS-29er-rigid bikers (many of them being blacksheep of the biking community). Even the 29er-zealots don't realize that this trail is best suited for a sweet, luscious, mouth-watering MonsterCross.


    Nice ride but I don't get the brake arches??

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