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    Power line corridors

    I live out SE Aurora way. Not exactly the Mecca for CO mountain biking. While not quality front range singletrack, I find riding power line corridors an enjoyable alternative when time doesn't allow me to make it to the foothills. Just courious if anybody else takes advantage of these ridable "single tracks". (EMF dangers aside)

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    check your prostate regularly.

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    If you're not going to have kids, enjoy!
    f you plan on having kids, make sure you live near water 'cause your flipper-kids would want to play outside every now and then.
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    hehe ...you said "member"
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    Quote Originally Posted by nomit
    check your prostate regularly.
    self prostate exams?????
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    Thanks for the concern regarding my prostate. I do wear this hat and glasses for protection. It seems to work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by migeorgeco
    Thanks for the concern regarding my prostate. I do wear this hat and glasses for protection. It seems to work.

    Wrong head
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    I have never tried the power line trails in CO. I used to ride them all the time back east, but hadn't heard of anybody riding them out here. I live near the DTC. Where exactly are the "sweet" rides?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JonnySpitz
    I have never tried the power line trails in CO. I used to ride them all the time back east, but hadn't heard of anybody riding them out here. I live near the DTC. Where exactly are the "sweet" rides?
    Xcel's Lookout Center, up over Lookout Mountain?
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