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    Where are you riding today? Hard time getting motivated

    Where ya riding today? Was thinking about Stonehouse in Lakewood, Gravel Roads in Monument, Snowboarding in A Basin, Skiing up Butler Gulch. Just a hard time getting motivated to do much else besides the dishes.

    Up North...hows the riding? Devil's?

    Down South? Monument?

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    not actually bad :)
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    PS - Thinking about South Table later.
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    What time Andy for ST. Zach has practice early morning but free after 11:30

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    If I end up going it'll be sometime this afternoon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mountaingoatepics
    Where ya riding today?
    Umm, to the bank, to the gym, then to lunch, to the grociery store - the long way, ** oh ** and I finished off the last o the Strannys last night so gotta hit the LQ as well. Maybe stop at the pub on the way home. Yeah- we be pubbin
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    I'm hitting Hidden Mesa again today. Should still be cold enough to be frozen.
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    I did Red Rocks trail yesterday afternoon. The parts of trail that hikers had packed down were good to ride on. Morrison Ride was all fresh snow and pretty challenging. Better than the trainer for sure.

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    Going to hit the Spring Creek Trail in Ft. Collins today

    I'm heading out probably about 1:00 from my house in Loveland to ride the Spring Creek Trail today. I know, it's paved, but i'm new here (moved here 3 months ago from Alaska) and it's pretty much all I know for now, due to the sucky riding this winter. If anyone wants to go, PM me, and we'll make arrangements. Will start at the west end trailhead and go as far as the snow allows.
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    Could be fun

    Just stepped outside and its kinda nice out there, 24F at 9:30 no wind with a fresh coating about 1".
    Monument should be in great shape for a ride, let me know if you come down this way see how the schedule opens up.

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    Bobcat, right now.
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    Woodward is completely dry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by millsm
    II know, it's paved, but i'm new here (moved here 3 months ago from Alaska) and it's pretty much all I know for now, due to the sucky riding this winter.
    Whereabouts in AK? I was born and raised in Fairbanks, myself. I didn't move to CO until I was 24.

    Forgot to add, as soon as I log off, I'm heading out the door to ride HM. Get out there and have fun everybody...
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    Quote Originally Posted by JOEMTBR COLORADO
    Just stepped outside and its kinda nice out there, 24F at 9:30 no wind with a fresh coating about 1".
    Monument should be in great shape for a ride, let me know if you come down this way see how the schedule opens up.
    Great conditions in Monument this morning...

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    Nanook, spent 4 years up in Anchorage, due to the military. Great assignment - so beautiful there. Grew up in the northwest (Spokane area), and spent the last 17 years of my military career in Sacramento area, Spokane area, and Anchorage area. Came here for my last assignment up in Cheyenne and to retire in Loveland. Even with the crappy winter this year, totally loving the area - just can't wait 'till summer!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JOEMTBR COLORADO
    Just stepped outside and its kinda nice out there, 24F at 9:30 no wind with a fresh coating about 1".
    Monument should be in great shape for a ride, let me know if you come down this way see how the schedule opens up.
    Only an inch?, we have 4" here in Rockrimmon, fiqured MH got more so I didn't bother this morning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by davec113
    Bobcat, right now.
    Ginny was awesome. It got a little cold and deep near the top, but tons of fun on the way down. We rode it all in 3-6" of snow... with a few dabs here and there.
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    Rode the SS on the Pikes Peak greenway trail just to get some miles in today.Saw 3 others out there. Went North from Monument valley park to the bridge on the Airforce Academy. 22 miles round trip.

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    So I bailed on doing anything...active that is.

    Played with my girls this morning

    Ran to the grocery store with my girls for the missus

    Took a 4 hour nap with my 2 year old.

    That was refreshing. Bright and early riding will be happening tomorrow.

    and if your wondering how to dress...my boy Craig posted up something to go by

    Gettin Dressed for the cold

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    Hidden Mesa 2/20/10

    Got out and had some fun. Someone on a fat bike was out there before me; looks like they were running Endomorphs! Saw one other mtb'er and one jogger up top on the Rim Trail. A little easier go today. Yesterday, in my hurry to get in a ride before having to pick up my kids, I forgot to switch out my commuter wheelset for the knobbies. 2.1 knobbies are WAY easier for riding snowy trails than 1.85 hybrids! Spent a little extra time in the rock garden too...

    And yes, that radioactive green jersey IS circa 1990!
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    Well, at least I got on the bike.
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    Yes, that is a look of distress. My first time on rollers

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    Rode BCLP yesterday. saw two other sets of tracks.
    Was a fun, low-key ride ... just rollin' throught 1-3" of snow on the hardtail.
    Water bottle froze up about 75 minutes in to the ride. Honestly, that's longer than I anticipated with 25 deg F temps

    Likely hit it again today after my daughter's batting practice (if I can pull myself away from the olympics)
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    Frosty this morning...

    Was able to ride HM for the third day in a row. I went out early this morning (~7am), it was definitely a little tiring breaking trail for the entire 12 mile round-trip! It was snowing gently the whole time. I saw plenty of animal tracks, a couple rabbits, and a coyote. Very quiet, very pretty.

    Coming down the switchbacks...
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    Slippery, but fun conditions in Monument

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    Quote Originally Posted by baker
    Slippery, but fun conditions in Monument

    How's that Lyrik treatin ya?
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