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    Where did you ride this weekend?

    We hit Hall again on Saturday afternoon, right as the wind died down WKD-RDR had a shock malfunction (stuck down) . We stopped to try this line at the beginning of the rock garden:

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    Where did I ride this weekend? About 8 hours of glorious dirt roads

    4 Hour easy spin

    4 Hour easy spin

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    Pueblo - it did not suck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zzsean
    Pueblo - it did not suck.
    Is it a decent place to bring the dog? Is there water anywhere?
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    there's a whole reservoir full

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    Quote Originally Posted by davec113
    Is it a decent place to bring the dog? Is there water anywhere?
    Our dog was with us and riding. We just gave her water from camelbaks. You end near the cars easily so we just dropped back there occasionally as well.

    she did freak out on the wooden bridges on the freeride trail.

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    I rode Lair O The Bear

    Snow %90 of the way but packed down very rideable. It was also 65 degrees out.
    Mucho fun

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    Breck [SIZE=1](and I liked it)[/SIZE]

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    Quote Originally Posted by zzsean
    Our dog was with us and riding. We just gave her water from camelbaks. You end near the cars easily so we just dropped back there occasionally as well.

    she did freak out on the wooden bridges on the freeride trail.

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    Is that PMI?

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    Quote Originally Posted by davec113
    Where did you ride this weekend?
    Leadville, sort of



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    Quote Originally Posted by edemtbs
    Leadville, sort of



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    Daaamn, thats some dedication.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EggsnBacon
    Is that PMI?
    Freeride is the name of the trail, not so much the style. It was fun with techie sections but nothing mandatory that will hurt you.

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    This weekend, for the first time, met some other MTBR members at Hall! Awesome ride today, little muddy, but the rock garden being dry made up for it. Also, GREAT first ride for my freshly build Norco Six!

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    The Beach. 64 degrees made the shade feel nice. It's been awhile since I've looked for shade while resting.
    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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    Dident ride at all neaver eaven looked at the bikes. Went snow shoeing up in rocky this weakend.

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    Hall
    "its not how slack your head angle is, its how you ride the bike"

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    Colorado biathlon. I love living here. Skied Sol Vista on Saturday with the family. Rode Bobcat on Sunday.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zzsean
    Our dog was with us and riding. We just gave her water from camelbaks. You end near the cars easily so we just dropped back there occasionally as well.

    she did freak out on the wooden bridges on the freeride trail.

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    I think i passed you guys Saturday on the trail. She looked like she was doing great.

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    I drove to rabbit mountain this afternoon and they were all out of parking so I left and went to Hall and well I am out of shape I barely made it to the first rock garden and I turned around :?( guess I ll have to do some training before the season get warmer???
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    Saturday - Hall Ranch with the shock malf(x). It really hurt not being able to bomb the rock garden with gravitys' wonderful assistance.
    Today - Hiked Berthoud Pass over and over, and found mucho fluff.
    the drugs made me realize it's not about the drugs

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    Saturday: Road
    Sunday: Waterton

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    Quote Originally Posted by athalliah
    Breck [SIZE=1](and I liked it)[/SIZE]
    saturday morning and it was good

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    I rode my fixed gear on some mostly dry roads. 30 miles Saturday, 38 today (Sunday). Nice... not thrilling... but nice. I tend to get my adrenline on a snowboard during the winter and use my bikes to build fitness when I can, but I've got to say I'm jealous of all the Hall/Pueblo pics.

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    Hall on Sunday....parking lot through the rock garden was snow and mud free but the rest wasn't.


    Top loop was snow covered and still pretty much unrideable.

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    Hall & DBB/BS

    I hit the rock garden at Hall on Saturday. Since I typically go OTB about once per season I decided to get it out of the way early this year. Man, it was waaay windier than I liked, though the wind subsided once I reached the bench. Good times.

    On Sunday I went to Devil's Backbone and hit a little bit of Blue Sky. I'm always amazed at how full the parking lot can be and how desolate the DBB loops are. It was a great afternoon ride with just a little wind and lots of sun.
    I've got nothing witty to say....

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