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    Did Mary's out and back. More snow and frozen mud than I was expecting! Cows have a few sections pretty beat up along with the ruts from people riding too late! Off by 9:30, no problems.

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    Please up date some trail conditions for the front rangers, for this weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ratmfreak99 View Post
    Please up date some trail conditions for the front rangers, for this weekend.
    Still nothing to ride after 10am. Head to Moab like us.

    It is apparent to those of us that get out early when the ground is frozen that people are trying to ride mid-day and later - the trails are getting pretty hammered.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoahColorado View Post
    Still nothing to ride after 10am. Head to Moab like us.

    It is apparent to those of us that get out early when the ground is frozen that people are trying to ride mid-day and later - the trails are getting pretty hammered.

    Thanks!
    Hey Noah, is Moab actually that much better? I've been amazed every time I check weather. Grand Junkyard and Moab both are consistently 8-10 degrees colder than here in Salida. Bass Ackwards.
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    Trails are getting pretty torn up.

    Got out early for a little KoKo ride. Look's like some Kook's have been out riding in the mud.

    Total Bullsh*t. The cow's and hikers aren't helping either.

    The snow/moisture is slooooow to be coming off. Guess I'll be riding frozen rut's for a while.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TomP View Post
    Hey Noah, is Moab actually that much better?
    Yes and no. Amasa Back has been a God-send, ridden that three times this month. Headed back tomorrow to check out other possibilities.
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    I think I saw on the Utah forum that Sovereign was ok too. Some of Klondike as well. Considering a road trip.

    Is 18rd Ok early or no go?

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    Took a drive out to 18rd last weekend. The trails had alot more snow/ice on them than I expected. I had to turn around after less than 5 min.

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    Thanks. I kinda slept in anyway and missed my window this am. Planning to play hockey tomorrow am, so I guess no ride for me this weekend. Soon enough..........

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    I got out on the Lunch Loops yesterday morning. It was the 1st time since the last couple storms and the rain that we got on Monday. We haven't gotten a hard freeze overnight the last 2 evenings and it was already soft at 0700.

    The new snow is melting pretty good but the trails are going to be really muddy for the next week or so. Guess I won't be riding this weekend but the dirt will be excellent for some trail work!

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    Time to head for MOAB!

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    Any updates for a font ranger. And any moab updates.

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    as of monday 3 March, most everything is pretty rideable and sweet, except for the higher stuff in Junction. Same with moab, higher stuff still needs a bit of time.

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    Few of my friends just got back from Moab. They road right off Copper ridge; don't really know the name of trails and it looked pretty damn good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeRiethmiller View Post
    Few of my friends just got back from Moab. They road right off Copper ridge; don't really know the name of trails and it looked pretty damn good.
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    Fruita/GJ Conditions

    Quick moab update for those interested. Porc rim from stock tank good to go. A couple spots of snow/ mud today (3/5/14). Not sure about LPS. Saw one other person the whole day!

    7-up and mag 7 good to go as well.

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    Any conditions reports for Kokopelli trail up high? Thinking about it the first week of April.

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    Any updates on Rd18? I was out there a month ago riding dirtbikes and it was still a little soft and I noticed a lot of hoof marks on the mtb trails. I was hoping to get out there this weekend
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    Quote Originally Posted by mullbags View Post
    Any updates on Rd18? I was out there a month ago riding dirtbikes and it was still a little soft and I noticed a lot of hoof marks on the mtb trails. I was hoping to get out there this weekend
    Hella rad bro.

    Obviously the Edge Loop and Sarrlacc-a-boo are a no go, but err-thang else is frickin sweet!
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    Fruita/GJ Conditions

    Pretty awesome conditions this last weekend. Both 18rd and LL. Perfect timing on a 5 hour ride at LL on Sat. Started right after the rain, finished just before it kicked back up again.

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    Just returned from 1 week in Fruita/GJ/Moab. All trails were in fantastic shape with the exception of upper Porc. Rim (snow/muddy). Cold on upper Lunch Loop Trails (i.e,. the Ribbon) but once the sun came out, it was primo! Really fun and low crowds made for an awesome week. BTW, got caught in some big wind up high on 18 Rd. trails. Not recommended! I've NEVER had to lean into the wind in order to stay upright while riding. Blew one of my buddies right over. BKOB

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    Hi all,
    Does anyone have any idea how crowded the Fruita/GJ trails get during the weekend of the Fruita fat tire festival? Any ones in particular that should just be avoided? Or, is it just not that bad anywhere? Thanks!

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    Expect the 18 road trails to be crowded. The Kokepelli/Loma stuff will be a little more busy, Horsethief will most likely be crowded...but it usually is. If you ride the western Loma stuff there will be hardly anyone, like Mack's Ridge, Troy Built etc. Rabbit Valley will not be crowded. The Lunch Loops will be like a typical weekend in April, crowded at the bottom and people spread out further from the lot.
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    Great info, thanks! I haven't been in about 4 years and have been wanting to get PBR and the other new trails in. I'll have to get to 18 rd early that day. Thanks again.

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