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    Are you Stoopid? Saturday's Dirt Fix

    Watch out TiTs Crew. There's a rider out there Training to be at the front of the pack. AV Boy is rockin the singlespeed and getting very speedy.

    Saturday Morning I went down to Monument with AV Boy to do some more exploring since it was my only my third time down there and AV Boy's 1st time.

    I threw together a bad azz little route with a little over 3,000 ft of accumulated climbing in 18 miles. I know a short day on the bike but I'm still a little sore today. I think it was trying to hold AV Boy's pace going up Mt. Herman Rd twice!

    The shrine in the woods

    Shrine

    AV Boy Flyin down the rocks at the base of Mt Herman

    Sean on Flying Dog

    a little snowpacked fireroad climbing

    Packed snow fireroad climbing

    My new Clunker

    My new Beater

    Had so much fun on this section...we did it twice

    Me on Flying Dog

    We were the 1st to break trail on Upper Stoopid and it was grand...AV Boy made riding that ice look like a high wire trapeze act...cool and collected that one was

    Sean on Upper Stoopid

    and the further down we went...trails started showing dry dirt

    Sean on Upper Stoopid

    Got in a little ice fishin while we were riding

    a little ice fishin while we ride

    Flyin down Middle Stoopid

    Sean on Middle Stoopid

    Flowin like lava rocks

    Sean on Lower Stoopid

    Yours truly and Monument Rock

    Me throwin down a wheelie in front of Monument Rock

    AV Boy speedin down the trail

    Sean on Flying Dog

    Coming down Middle Stoopid

    Me on Middle Stoopid

    Back in the woods

    Me on Black Pearl

    This isn't even the best of the rocky stuff. So much rocky goodness abounded.

    Sean on Lower Stoopid

    And Avion Nomad....the booties could be saved...Duct Tape

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    Nice ride report!

    Looks like a blast and great conditions .

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    Nice pics, our recon misson was a success as well, aside from a few drifts the unFlow was fun.

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    almost did stoopid yesterday, but went to Palmer early instead

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    I had a great time... Riding on MGEs back wheel was like a free bike skills clinic!

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    Nice pics,

    I never been on that trail,
    On the list, " to do" trail for this year
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    Nice pics!
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    Great pics. Got your fix just in time... Snow coming down so heavy in Pine Jct right now I can't see across the road.

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    If you remember back in December PBR took a fall that required 20 stitches in his ear. This is the rock that took him out.

    PBR's Rock
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    Ya, I rode but certainly my old-man body wasn't ready to do anything stoopid this weekend. Made lotsa first-tracks around the 'ranch this am tho before things got melty.

    Looks like you guys had a good time, AV, glad to hear you are taking to the SS so well! Must be the excellent power transfer on the aluminum frame...

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    Quote Originally Posted by canyonrat
    Ya, I rode but certainly my old-man body wasn't ready to do anything stoopid this weekend.
    Funny enough that was the most technical section of trail in all that we rode. I mean there was rocks and techy moves to be made elsewhere but that section was still the steepest and toughest to ride without dabbing a few times. At least on a rigid.

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    There is a fun little bypass around that section...
    Tact is for people not witty enough to be sarcastic...

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    pbr's rock-That pic shows the line further to the right, i dont remember being that far to the other side. Actually dont remember much of that day at all except the upper section we rode was way fun!
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    Yup, thats the one

    You come down the hill on that side, so you were on the right line.

    MTNGOAT, I have been riding up there for years, have never seen that car, where its it?

    Quote Originally Posted by PBR me!
    pbr's rock-That pic shows the line further to the right, i dont remember being that far to the other side. Actually dont remember much of that day at all except the upper section we rode was way fun!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JOEMTBR COLORADO
    MTNGOAT, I have been riding up there for years, have never seen that car, where its it?
    I was thinking the same thing and figured you, Kurt, or Brian (Gram) would know. LOL.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JOEMTBR COLORADO
    MTNGOAT, I have been riding up there for years, have never seen that car, where its it?
    It looks like the one on the climb up 715 from MH Rd before dropping into Limbaugh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeMTBRColorado
    MTNGOAT, I have been riding up there for years, have never seen that car, where its it?
    Quote Originally Posted by Nickle
    I was thinking the same thing and figured you, Kurt, or Brian (Gram) would know. LOL.
    1st entrance to Limbaugh Canyon. Right across Mt. Herman Rd entrance to Upper Stoopid. About a 1/4 mile in, if that.

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    The Car is here:
    edit: Map removed by request
    Last edited by av_boy; 02-15-2010 at 08:36 PM.

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    OK that makes sense

    The reason I never see it is I usually go down that trail, must be going too fast

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    Quote Originally Posted by JOEMTBR COLORADO
    The reason I never see it is I usually go down that trail, must be going too fast

    Ha ha! I generally drop into Limbaugh higher, as it increases the fun factor. Occasionally, I'll go in that way (by the old shooting range), but sorta stopped doing that when I started singlespeeding (~7 years ago), because that climb sucks on a singlespeed!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mountaingoatepics
    1st entrance to Limbaugh Canyon. Right across Mt. Herman Rd entrance to Upper Stoopid. About a 1/4 mile in, if that.
    Yea, it is right after you crest that first wicked climb, and just before you get into the deep gravel. I have also seen people camp there before.

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    Great pics! One day I will find that car.. I never seem to be able to find it!

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