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    Hartman's Rock Trail Builders Shoutout!

    I spent 4 hours there one day last week. Didn't ride the same trail twice and didn't touch pavement until I rolled out Bambi's. First time I'd been there since 1985.

    Curving, bermed singletrack interupted by bouncy rock gardens.

    Genius. Pure gold.

    The place should be on any rider's western slope to-do list.

    Good work boyz! Swole.




    It may look like the high lonesome nowhere.


    Follow the path of least resistance.


    Don't forget to turn.


    Stinky trail names.


    Maybe a few trees.


    It's really not slickrock. Trust me.


    Solo riding requires creative photography.


    I hear they named a cartoon after this trail.
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    One of my favorite places on Earth... just gets better every year out there...
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    First rode out there in the mid 80s when Greg Morin from the Tune Up put on a stage race in the fall that was the predecessor of the Rage in the Sage. Lot of fun

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    Quote Originally Posted by zrm
    First rode out there in the mid 80s when Greg Morin from the Tune Up put on a stage race in the fall that was the predecessor of the Rage in the Sage. Lot of fun
    yes that is awesome!!!! Gregg still relives those days!!!
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    Amen, brother!

    I rode there my first time a coupla months ago. Had a blast! GREAT trails!




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    Hey thanks, glad you enjoyed it!

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    Any elevation profiles for the trails?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wormvine
    Any elevation profiles for the trails?
    http://www.crankcollective.com/brows...&city=Gunnison

    or

    http://www.trailguru.com/wiki/index.php/Track:9XF1

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