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    some cheyenne canyon pics

    route: up gold camp 18 miles-ish then about 3 miles down pipeline & 7 bridges

    very fun ride.. ride up is pretty boring, i recommend headphones or a riding partner, but its an action packed descent

    made it down no crashes.. ditched the bike once, got back to the bottom, cruisin down gold camp to the parking area, got squirrely and ate sh*( in the loose gravel going around some fellah and his little son walking.. gps clocked me @ 16mph when it turned off.. cam in pocket gave me one nasty charley horse -lessons learned. :P

    up goldcamp:














    Lunch don't get much better than a soggy PB&J on the trail


    Frosty Park:


    Finally @ the trail head:
















    Had to ditch her, woulda been nasty..






    hope ya liked em
    Last edited by dgrif; 07-29-2008 at 02:22 PM.

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    Never heard of it, thanks for sharing.

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    skillz to pay billz
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    just don't land on the nalgene. Could be ugly.

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    You went a bit too heavy on the jelly. Using the proper peanut butter to jelly ratio is imperative in producing the perfect PBJ. I'm sure it tasted OK since you were hungry and tired and all, but I think you can do better.

    Sounds like you had a good ride though. Seven Bridges was an excellent choice to finish things up, always a fun ride.

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    i always go heavy on the jelly

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    Quote Originally Posted by dgrif
    i always go heavy on the jelly
    That's definitely the way to roll.
    A trail thatís too difficult wouldnít exist because itíd never be used. But, trails can exist thatíre too difficult for you.

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    I agree with Nickle..

    That climb is boring.. wicked boring you might say

    Cool pictures

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