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    Good job! Wow!!!!!!

    What a weekend!!! In all the years I've been riding in Pueblo, I have NEVER seen that many MTBers on the south side of the reservoir. Well, maybe at the race last year, but that was a planned deal. This is what we have worked all these years to accomplish. I and my fellow club members and local MTBers, hope you all had a great time. We hope to keep seeing all you guys out there. IE I will PM you soon re: a vid. HAPPY TRAILS!!!

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    great trails, thanks and keep up the good work!

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    Thanks for being so cool with so many of us riding in your backyard.
    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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    Mighty fine stuff!!...

    Thanks Ozzie, to you and your fellow riders, that's a mighty nice trail system. Having trails with different 'designated' levels of difficulty is awesome!!

    Was great to meet some new (to me) faces from the board!! Funny, the drive down was a good time too, thanks to the interesting conversation with 'the Kid', brg, and Jason!

    Gas money for the Civic shuttle down south-$5, riding in a t-shirt and shorts-Priceless!!

    Woohoo, I gotsa good feeling about this year!!

    I have to say, though, that is a first for me... hauling a full sixer of O'dell's IPA back from a group ride!!

    Some pixels-
    -I.E. showing his tech climbing skills!
    -Uzzi dude(my bad memory) on the slicker-than-snot bridge
    -I.E. on the second Steep'n'Tech rolldown/switchback
    -DWF on same, darn if he didn't 'stick it' that time!!
    -nomadrider? givin' it a go!
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    Some 'mo!...

    Good times!

    -IBMkidii, on his way to success!
    -brg groovin'
    -Jason showin' off his mad BMX skills, extra kudos for bustin all the tech stuff on his SS hardtail!!
    -The fantastic sunrise that fortold a great day!!
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    DaveM, what were you riding? I'm not 100% that I met you formally... unless you're the dude with the mustache.
    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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    Quote Originally Posted by daveM
    -Uzzi dude(my bad memory) on the slicker-than-snot bridge
    thump

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    Now that you mention it...

    Quote Originally Posted by Nickle
    DaveM, what were you riding? I'm not 100% that I met you formally... unless you're the dude with the mustache.
    I do think that I forgot to shave my upper lip before the ride, and for a change I decided to wear a blue t-shirt

    Yeah, so many names were thrown around, I just recognized you by the Canfield!

    Very nice riding, BTW!
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    Thanks knOOby!

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    Nice to meet you too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by daveM
    I do think that I forgot to shave my upper lip before the ride, and for a change I decided to wear a blue t-shirt
    Black SX Trail, right? If so, you were cracking me up. It was good riding with you, man. You made me realize that it's hard to breath and laugh at the same time.
    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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    Quote Originally Posted by daveM
    Nice to meet you too!

    likewise!

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    Quote Originally Posted by daveM
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    I have to say, though, that is a first for me... hauling a full sixer of O'dell's IPA back from a group ride!!

    ...
    You can tell PaulColorado, rreoder, JoeMTBRcolorado and myself were not on this ride or that never would have happened...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ozzie
    What a weekend!!! In all the years I've been riding in Pueblo, I have NEVER seen that many MTBers on the south side of the reservoir. Well, maybe at the race last year, but that was a planned deal. This is what we have worked all these years to accomplish. I and my fellow club members and local MTBers, hope you all had a great time. We hope to keep seeing all you guys out there. IE I will PM you soon re: a vid. HAPPY TRAILS!!!
    It is so great that you feel this way! If you ever get up to COS way later this year let us know and we owe you the grand tour...
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    The camera really can't do justice to the potential consequence of going OTB on those stairs. That third pic of IE doesn't show that one more pedal pump to the right would put him in a drop competition with Bender.

    Ozzie.. beautiful mix of terrain you folks have there. A great example of keeping trails safe w/o having to remove the fun. Thanks for all your work.

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    "I have to say, though, that is a first for me... hauling a full sixer of O'dell's IPA back from a group ride!!"

    Probably wise as a result of the law gauntlet on I-70. It must have been because of MLK weekend, otherwise I'm amazed at the police state down south. Warning: 2 blinks are not enough to change lanes in Douglas County
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    Yeah

    I agree with Ozzie. I was out much of the day on Sun. and DANG there were alot of people out there. AWESOME!!!

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    colorado paul and I were there but just stroked out the two large loops and then I had to get back south, needed to watch the Chargers loose.
    Trails are in good shape, the tricky parts are in the steep canyons, waterfall and such, worth driving to pueblo this time of year since the springs is snow packed.
    Waiting to hear from rroeder on how the canyon was.

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    No one mentioned celebs were in Pueblo too?! Chuck Norris rides a Nomad...sick!.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daveM
    I have to say, though, that is a first for me... hauling a full sixer of O'dell's IPA back from a group ride!!
    see what happens when you leave early? the group that stayed for one last spin down stonehenge was lamenting the serious lack of hops back at the cars (on a sunday no less)...

    nice riding w/ you again.
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    Damn, wish I'd have gotten down there more than once! Good stuff.

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    Our moms told us we'd fall and hurt ourselves if we made 'em any skinnier!

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    Quote Originally Posted by scrublover
    Damn, wish I'd have gotten down there more than once! Good stuff.

    [SIZE=1]Why are the wooden bits so wide?[/SIZE]
    They're not all that wide.... The main group didn't hit quickdraw, otherwise there'd be more carnage to talk about.
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