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    flowcus
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    IMBA trail building stokage

    I know these aren't Front Range trails, but you gotta love the direction this is going...

    http://youtu.be/NwfvCqUlfzg
    Ok, here's the deal. I have a hangover. Who knows what that means?

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    Oregon

    Great stuff...I will be in Oregon next week. Will have to get out to Sandy's.

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    Fast, not that fast
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    This is sweet in all aspects.

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    I wish we had "berms" on the Front range. I saw a berm at WR once.

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    Would love to see it happen

    Anyone notice the other article about incorporating biking into our national parks, how sweet would that be to ride Rocky Mountain NP.
    If that happens then the final victory would be the Colorado Trail, open these trails up so we can help maintain them

    Dam,
    Bikes are FUN

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    flowcus
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    I did read that article and that's exactly what I was thinking. How many times have I been on a trail in RMNP or some other NP and wondered how nice that trail would feel beneath 2 tires and imagined the flow on my bike.

    We can dream. I do not expect the high volume trails to ever be opened to bikes, but there are plenty of trails that could be opened up with no more impact than hikers and horses produce - plus the added benefit of zero cost trail work labor and expertise.
    Ok, here's the deal. I have a hangover. Who knows what that means?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JOEMTBR COLORADO View Post
    Anyone notice the other article about incorporating biking into our national parks, how sweet would that be to ride Rocky Mountain NP.
    If that happens then the final victory would be the Colorado Trail, open these trails up so we can help maintain them
    I saw that as well and am excited! It seems that as a user group, mountain bikers, through years of organizing and volunteering, are getting considered and included in more trail networks. hearing about new trails/parks all the time all over the World. Stoked!!

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