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  1. #1
    Goat of Legend
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    Hero Dirt Exists at 13 degrees..who knew

    East side of Green Mountain, Zorro, Dakota Ridge, Red Rocks, Matthew Winters are good to go! 99.5% dry hero dirt with an occasional spot of snow n ice here and there.

    So much fun today and I met a MTBR member on the trail. Gbug!! Nice dude and a good rider.

    Zorro

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    Dakota Saddle

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    Gbug

    Dry trails yet 13 degrees out

    Frost Beard, Self Portrait

    self potrait, 13 degrees

    Go get ya some!!!

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    Free your heel...
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    Nice and dry on the Falcon trail down in COS, 17 degrees.

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    insert sarcasm here
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    Quote Originally Posted by mountaingoatepics View Post
    East side of Green Mountain, Zorro, Dakota Ridge, Red Rocks, Matthew Winters are good to go! 99.5% dry hero dirt with an occasional spot of snow n ice here and there.

    So much fun today and I met a MTBR member on the trail. Gbug!! Nice dude and a good rider.
    Thanks for taking the sweet action shot! And I didn't feel like such a good rider following the Goat!

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    I'm with stupid
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    You are tougher then me, I woke up and started thinking about riding till I saw it was 9 degrees. Needless to say, I stayed inside.

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    Deer Creek, 9 degrees, lots of snow, great ride !

  6. #6
    My cup runneth over
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    Could only manage 90 mins around Green Mountain myself. Even with the Artics toes were pretty numb after.

    Good to get out though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rmac View Post
    Could only manage 90 mins around Green Mountain myself. Even with the Artics toes were pretty numb after.

    Good to get out though.
    What socks were you wearing? Had on a thin pair of summer socks, medium weight Sealskinz and my Artic's. Feet were cozy.

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    My cup runneth over
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    Quote Originally Posted by mountaingoatepics View Post
    What socks were you wearing? Had on a thin pair of summer socks, medium weight Sealskinz and my Artic's. Feet were cozy.
    Costco merino wool and gatorz. I was wiggling my toes the whole time trying to head off the cold. (running a size larger than normal with the artics). Hands were nice and toasty with two pairs of gloves and barmitts.

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