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    Gimpy Goat's High Country Stroll

    Ride name credit goes to Guacamole.

    You know it hurts when in the 1st 10 miles of a 40 miler your GPS shows 3,000 ft of climbing

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    But it did allow some views

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    and legal on the map...ummmmm...single track.no, no, no..barely a track

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    and head hanging, alot of it

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    The man, Ingluis...riding a singly speed and crushing us on all the climbs

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    Guacamole and a flying friend

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    It won't hurt bad that much longer

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    This dude can attest

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    Somewhere on the CT..."What the hell is that on your right hand. Its a magical gauntlet, I swear".....photo cred...Guacamole

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    I approve!
    Les grimpées, je m'en fou!

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    Looks like another great ride!

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    Looks like Summit County? Any trip details you would like to share?

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    Good stuff guys! Thanks for sharing the details!

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    Riding singletrack is cool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mountaingoatepics View Post

    and legal on the map...ummmmm...single track.no, no, no..barely a track

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    Sweet! I know this, but you are skirting the legality. Still, another reason why these types of areas need to be open to mountain bikers. What good is having a trail that disappears because nobody is using it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devildog1775 View Post
    Looks like Summit County? Any trip details you would like to share?
    Soda Creek area + Colorado Trail stuff.

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    Oh... and so as not to forget:

    MEH.


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    Nicely Done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drunkenbikesnob View Post
    Sweet! I know this, but you are skirting the legality. Still, another reason why these types of areas need to be open to mountain bikers. What good is having a trail that disappears because nobody is using it?
    Its been used and continued to be used on some of the Breck races which courses are approved by the FS and on the map. So there is no skirting legality

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    Quote Originally Posted by SkaredShtles View Post
    Soda Creek/ Keystone area + Colorado Trail stuff.

    Ding Ding Ding...lots of fun (Meh!!) stuff to explore in there!!

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    Must

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