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    It's not the weed really so much. I just wish I hadn't drunk all that cough syrup this morning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silentfoe View Post
    I work for the state of Utah's Counter Drug Program.
    This will go down on your permanent record.

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    Weed impairs your reaction time and judgement. There are trails where this doesn't matter but then there are trails where it definitely does matter. It's about personal safety, others' safety and liability.
    For what it's worth, I favor the legalization of pot. But just like alcohol, weed has to be used responsibly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by borabora View Post
    Weed impairs your reaction time and judgement. There are trails where this doesn't matter but then there are trails where it definitely does matter. It's about personal safety, others' safety and liability.
    For what it's worth, I favor the legalization of pot. But just like alcohol, weed has to be used responsibly.
    I concur.
    I can't ride worth a crap with 420 IF and thats a big IF it happens it is at the end of the ride.
    It is not uncommon to smell it on trails here wafting around after all I live in BC

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackbombay View Post
    This will go down on your permanent record.
    You're such a violent femme. Chill out man.
    No fuss with the MUSS

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    Quote Originally Posted by dbhammercycle View Post
    You're such a violent femme. Chill out man.
    You calling him a blister??

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    Quote Originally Posted by pizon View Post
    Nothing beats a quick bowl on lift.
    you must not get out much...
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    Only in the sun.
    No fuss with the MUSS

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    Re: 420 and Mountain Biking

    Quote Originally Posted by monogod View Post
    you must not get out much...
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    If Gary Fisher does it, then well it can't be all that bad!

    I am curious, any Colorado or Washington MTB'ers out there, and if so, have you seen any noticeable changes on the trails since the laws have been passed? Or is it still too cold in the season to really gauge that still ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pizon View Post
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    Sex > a quick bowl on the lift.

    Hell, I can think of quite a few things besides sex that beat a quick bowl on the lift.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gigantic View Post
    MTB riding is potentially dangerous and riding technical trails requires a lot of focus. I prefer to have my cognitive functions un-compromised when I ride and I hope that the people I share the trails with have similar concerns.
    Then again, an Olympic Gold was won in snowboarding on the devil's cabbage, and a no hitter was pitched, in MLB, while on LSD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRingGrinder View Post
    Sex > a quick bowl on the lift.

    Hell, I can think of quite a few things besides sex that beat a quick bowl on the lift.
    ok, well if taken very literally, yes there is a ton of things that beat that. However, I do enjoy a puff while in taking the scenery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steveohio View Post
    If Gary Fisher does it, then well it can't be all that bad!

    I am curious, any Colorado or Washington MTB'ers out there, and if so, have you seen any noticeable changes on the trails since the laws have been passed? Or is it still too cold in the season to really gauge that still ?
    Colorado here. The only difference is the number of out of state people coming in to buy weed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by derekbob View Post
    Mixing riding and 4:20 is for stoners only for the most part. Having said that, edibles and riding are awesome in my experience. Instant "in the zone" and pain doesn't hurt so bad. Edibles, Black Sabbath, and Night Riding is a religious experience.
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    I personally know several Cat1 men who enjoy the spliff on the more casual off-season enduro rides, and certainly after some taxing races. Not for me but I could give a rat's ballzack.
    Life will pound away where the light don't shine, son...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silentfoe View Post
    Its still illegal in 48 states. I work for the state of Utah's Counter Drug Program. You won't get a pass lighting up around me while mountain biking.
    Yes sir, Sir!
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    Quote Originally Posted by steveohio View Post
    If Gary Fisher does it, then well it can't be all that bad!

    I am curious, any Colorado or Washington MTB'ers out there, and if so, have you seen any noticeable changes on the trails since the laws have been passed? Or is it still too cold in the season to really gauge that still ?
    I live in CO and have not noticed a difference on trails. One place you do see a difference is the ski hills but most of that is from out of towners just excited to buy legal pot and then blaze on the lift. I think most Colorado folk realize how lucky we are and keep it on the DL, duck in the trees or hide off trail. You still cant smoke in public so that act is illegal. Legalization in CO has been very successful and the world did not end so all is good in the mile high.

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    Most of my riding friends and I smoke on about every ride. Its become sort a ritual to stop and puff. When I end up riding with people who don't smoke, I'll puff but will do it out of sight to not offend anybody.

    I've never really run into anybody on the trail who is offended by it. If some is offended, that's fine, but its not going stop me from enjoying my ride after a smoke.
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    You guys need to grow up and do coke like an adult.

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    I appreciate all the intuitive responses to this topic. Props to all the Colorado and Washington riders that have commented on this forum. From my years of riding experience it seems that a greater percentage of riders can function normally while smoking weed rather than pounding a few beers. Depending on your tolerances, you may agree or disagree. Anyone feel the same way regarding either? Or even both? Or doing both at the same time while riding as well?

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    Personally, I think both are better enjoyed after a nice long ride than before it. I usually keep my usage of both to moderation or very low levels if during a ride or at the bottom before I shuttle back up for another run.

    Also, to the guy who eats edibles before riding... Not sure how you have survived this long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silentfoe View Post
    Its still illegal in 48 states. I work for the state of Utah's Counter Drug Program. You won't get a pass lighting up around me while mountain biking.
    Not my cup of tea, however, many states including MA have decriminalized pot.

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    420 and Mountain Biking

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    Then again, an Olympic Gold was won in snowboarding on the devil's cabbage, and a no hitter was pitched, in MLB, while on LSD.

    What you are capable of and what others are, might differ.
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    no one i ride with will pass on a hit. ive never offered it to any strangers, too many ignornant people out there.

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