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    Quote Originally Posted by ATR View Post
    Kind of close but not quite. Gavilan would be a fun ride, esp linked from Gold Hill, it's part of the Columbine Hondo WSA so not legal to ride.
    We linked TSV to Bull of the Woods, Middle Fork?, then Gold Hill and on to Goose Lake once. We dropped into Red River where Gred de Taos lost a crank arm bolt and we had to commandeer a shuttle back to Taos. Thank god we did, he was talking about hitting up the Lost Lake route for the way back. OUCH!

    The drop-in to Bull of the Woods was one of the funnest alpine descents I've ever had the pleasure to ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tres Bottelas View Post
    We linked TSV to Bull of the Woods, Middle Fork?, then Gold Hill and on to Goose Lake once. We dropped into Red River where Gred de Taos lost a crank arm bolt and we had to commandeer a shuttle back to Taos. Thank god we did, he was talking about hitting up the Lost Lake route for the way back. OUCH!

    The drop-in to Bull of the Woods was one of the funnest alpine descents I've ever had the pleasure to ride.
    PS: I am not aware that WSA are actually "illegal" in the sense that they have only been tabled for discussion as "potential" Wilderness.

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    Here is a link to the ride. The regulars here are probably sick of rehashing these old threads, but this place has sorta died over the years....

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    Quote Originally Posted by ATR View Post
    Haha yeah no prob, I was skeptical about even posting this video, after thinking on it for a while decided it was too sweet of a ride not too. Before we dropped into this section my rear derailleur was caught in the wheel and the hangar snapped (cause I wasn't thinking after a long hot ride up and failed to shift to a higher gear on a short rocky downhill) so I was riding this trail with the chain tight and in 3rd, thanking gravity for the fuel.

    This trail was the cleanest I've seen it. The "punisher" line too, could use some work in some of the steep washed out sections, but whomever has been working that trail the past few years, nice work it's awesome
    Haha, no harm done with a video. I've got a few myself, just can't upload a damn thing because my ISP is so terrible (taos, lol).

    I wont claim much, but we always keep leave that trail cleaner than we found it. It was mostly built and maintained by locals to the immediate area. There are even a few random singletrack paths going to peoples houses, so don't wonder onto someones property and piss em' off . The punisher line I "found" before I even knew it had a name. Then one day I met another local and he was telling me about it, i was like oh yeah i've ridden that. Some sweet banks and wallrides up there

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    Some Northside and TSV pics from today;

    Relica Mountain from Bull of the Woods Road
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    Lower Gold Camp
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    Riding down to the trailhead
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    Stream crossing at the bottom of the Steam Engine Trail
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    Berminator DH trail Al's Run
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    Wow, look like a great place to ride!
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    ATR, awesome pics man. Me and my brother were up there on sat

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    Taos

    Some pics from TSV's downhill trail today

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    Berminating

    Edit from yesterday. Top half of the trail is sick, the bottom half is still pretty rugged but it's taking shape. Just needs some cleaning (maybe more than 2 trail maintenance workers eh TSV?) and more tread on it, and a few adjustments on a couple jumps that are throwing riders forward. Great start to a potentially epic bike park in the making here.

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    Nice vid and pic ATR, thanks for sharing! I was there opening day and had a great time. Agree, the trails really need more riders on them, but what an outstanding effort, especially considering they have to work with the FS in setting up the trails.

    I thought most of the jumps were cool, with lips/transitions leaning towards the mellow end, which is great to get people used to hitting them, and at the same time giving the option to roll over the jumps. Which jumps did you find to be throwing riders forward? Was that on Berminator, or the lower skills trails (where are a blast too actually, just a bit gravelly)....

    Very different from trails at AF, even the jump lines. The trail surface is much more regular, but this might change over time, but if it packs in like that, this place will be a keen alternative to AF very soon...
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    There were two jumps near the middle of the top half before the berms on Al's run that seem like the top of the lips roll a bit too much to pop up enough to clear the gaps, and they were kind of steep to roll over with speed. Just my thoughts after a few runs. The bottom of the trail is still rough but sweet. It's almost like a different trail, more of a natural terrain feel. Yesterday may have been the busiest day since it opened, we noticed different lines taking shape throughout the day. Signage is good, not too much and everything is visible. Nice work with all the drainages. There's a lot of potential here for some more downhill trail and singletrack even some xc trail. I've learned working at a few different ski areas the FS likes to see how well an area will maintain their new trail(s) and if it's done properly and the resort is willing to invest adequate resources they (FS) tends to allow more use and trail development. This was a good investment, the work PTD and the Ski Valley has put into this trail is really starting to show.

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    Can't say I noticed those, but I do remember a couple knuckles that would be harsh if a rider didn't have a lot of speed off the lip. One was a "double" (in the section after the step up that's under the lift --- first there's a small hip to the right, trail flattens out for a bit and you gain speed, then the jump, maybe 15 feet if you try to send it all the way, maybe about 4 feet if you just pop off the lip? Anything in between would be uncofortable)

    The other two were the little "drops", which are signed as such. I found the faster you hit them, the smoother they are (also stay to the left side of the trail, I tried to cheat inside a bit but the shoulder of the trail/landing got deep and made for a rougher landing).

    Can't put a finger on why, but I'm excited for TSV. They did quality work on Berminator, I have fun on it. The lower part and the skills area demonstrate they have a handle what riders like, and what will them progress. I wish them well, and will visit again.
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    Some more Taos singletrack and stuff


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    Rift Valley Trail

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    Is this the trail right off of 518 before you get into Taos? Or in your case, right as u leave Taos?

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    Trail 18 Rio Grande del Rancho is a few miles south of town on 518. Rift Valley is on 68 between Pilar and Ranchos. Pretty fun curvy singletrack and a few different connecting routes.

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    some sections ridden counterclockwise;

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    Flashback

    Found this in a random folder on my old laptop... I think this was 2005 when I lived here for a short spell.

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    Techy climbing (hiking) on the lower South Boundary to access Ojitos
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    Just above the SB/Ojitos junction
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    Not quite sure what I think about this trail. There were some fun smooth pedaling sections mixed with lots of fun rollers and small drops in the middle, and lots of loose rocks to navigate around. Half of the seven miles were barely rideable. The bottom mile and half was worth navigating thru all the scraggy neglected sections of old mining road.
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    Foothills Monsoon Clouds
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    Gotta love Foothills rides during the summer monsoon season...

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    South Boundary Trail

    Pretty awesome day on the SBT recently. We encountered cows, amanitas, a few downed trees and a hovering aspen. Then got soaked in the rain.

    This cow didn't want to move. After a few minutes of unsuccessfully trying to get her to yield she reluctantly let us pass thru the trees below, then had the water all to herself
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    Even on the ride out they wanted to follow us
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    Freakin Magic. New Mexico. I think this tree is in two dimensions at once.
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    Best thing about working on trails... Drinking beer at your favorite bar afterwards
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    Quote Originally Posted by atr View Post
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    Pajarito

    Some shots from Saturday up at Pajarito. Dirt was perfect and the amount of flowers, grass and other growth from all this rain made me feel like I moved back to Oregon.






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    Please scale those photos way, way, way down... I cant even fit them on my dual 21" monitors to enjoy them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTBNate View Post
    Please scale those photos way, way, way down... I cant even fit them on my dual 21" monitors to enjoy them.

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    Your browser doesn't automatically do this?

    They look great on my 17" laptop screen, I find most are too small. I find some images I post are chopped smaller even though they are sized perfectly for web sRGB display. Made me wonder if most posters are just dumping straight out of the camera so everything gets chopped whether re-sized or not. Is there an image size and format that will be left unchopped?
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    Hmm, strange. Once loaded, the code listed here on the forum indicates it queries the object to be resized dynamically to 540px across. Granted, it's kinda a ghetto piece of div code.

    Anyways, any modern browser should handle that fine. The shots need some detail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seedy T View Post
    Try using the "fixed" style. They look good to me!
    Fixed, fixed it. I usually leave mtbr in Wide.

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    Chip is on a roll with Foothills Ride pix:



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    Nice pics love the colors this time of year!

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    Trail 18 Taos

    Rode this trail for the first time yesterday. It's a pretty fun and easy ride with lots of smooth flowy sections and a few mildly technical rocky sections with a nice bike path worn into the surface. Lots of potential for berms and jumps to develop if it is ridden more.

    Just as we got thru the gate and began climbing I nearly rode over this baby hummingbird; we got it off the trail and as close to it's nest as we could without disturbing it too much (I hope).
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    The access to Trail 18 is from 518 and climbs a short and steep rocky wash for a couple hundred meters, then this cairn marks the trail which is the old Rio Grande del Rancho road. We rode N-S and then back on that route rather than ride the highway down to the trailhead. Much faster and more downhill coming back. I think the trail continues to the north and connects with the Talpa Traverse from the cairn.
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    Re: The NM Trail Pix Thread



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    Bottom of the Rocky Downhill in the north foothills.
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    Some Taos pics from this Summer

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    Rocking the Rift

    Evening ride south of Taos.
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    Labor Day ride on the Aspen Corridor, Lower Pea Vine, Back Of The Rincon, Red Rocks, Front Of The Rincon, Upper Pea Vine Trails. Perfect day!
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    Cumbres Pass

    Technically it's Colorado but so close to Chama I could smell Chiles roasting... What a sweet place to ride!

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    Angel Fire and Taos

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    Taos

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    Taos

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seedy T View Post
    I think this is officially in New Mexico, but I'm not a 100% sure.

    Chama Drainage

    Don't let the beginning of this ride fool you.

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    This is a view of the CDT from below.

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    Looking towards the head waters.

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    Making my way to the falls.

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    End of the road, so to speak.

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    So, here I am in the middle of nowhere and along come a couple of bikers. We hung together for a while, and I gave them directions to the West Fork trail.

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    I decided to split off and bushwack over to the falls. I actually managed to ride a good portion of it thanks to some game trails.

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    Very nice!
    Can you tell me where this section of the CDT is?
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    What happened to all of Seedy T's posts? He had some legit pics and useful information posted here.

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    Cruisin the Concrete Waves in Taos

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    cool pics man. I got my 24" bmx running, let me know if you guys wanna sess the skatepark!

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    Just got back from another ride (yes, at 2:15 AM) just to see how my Ardent 2.4/Ikon 2.35 tires did on the 2-3"" of snow we just got over by the Albuquerque Tramway... and it was awesome. Seriously awesome. 800' of climbing went up to the tram just fine, coming back down was a riot once I realized there is no such thing as a wrong line on, I could just huck it off small drops and just fly from one pillow of win to the next most of the way down to the County Line.

    Picture came out pretty awful, the fog was intense and the backup headlamp only helped so much as far as lighting. The location is a bit mickey mouse for the picture, but I was just trying to get back home quickly before all the snow I knocked out of the trees into my buttcrack started to melt.





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    Foothills Season..

    Before the snow, Saturday afternoon...

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    Neat man. i was snowboarding

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    Brrrr.. that sledding stuff is dangerous too!
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    Fatbike ride in Oakflats

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclogic View Post
    ^ that looks pretty fun. Were you the one that rode into Otero?
    Wasn't me, I was hoping to run into some tracks. Otero must have been fun.

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    Warm spell...

    63 degrees and wearing shorts...with sweet view.

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    It was a gorgeous weekend in the NW - 65 and perfect weather for a long ride at Pinion Mesa.










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    Taos

    The Green Chile is Flowing! Great weather this week after a really wet and cool May.

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    Not much action in this thread so I'll throw some stuff up:

    South Boundary Trail is amazingly green this year:



    Living the dream:



    So far the sunsets have been off the charts this year:



    And Galisteo Basin Preserve keeps delivering fun:



    Geez, such a hard place to live and ride

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    Lost Lake

    This trail is sweet. Definitely one of northern New Mexico's better rides. The old wilderness and hikers/horses only signs are still posted, seems like all the individuals and groups who were so adamant about getting the Columbine Hondo wilderness bill passed don't care much about promoting any normal trail maintenance in our forests... This is a well built trail worth a trip to ride for anyone with a strong heart and lungs

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    Sweet pix...was there much hike-a-bike or were you able to ride most of it?

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    The entire trail is usually rideable with a few tricky sections where rocks have been loosened. We rode most of it and hiked some areas to conserve energy, when a section would take longer to ride and require more calories.

    Last thursday we rode the East Fork to Lost Lake loop, crossing thru some of the steep slide paths there was dirt and rocks deposited on a few sections of trail from wet slides during the hail storms the day before, and there's a few exposed areas along the end of the approach to the lake that may be safer to hike across

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    From the trailhead at East Fork;



    Steep moderately technical climbing mixed with smooth and flowy mountain dirt singletrack for several miles, and a glimpse into the mining history that led to these trails being built. The old mining camp energy enhances the modern western vibe of the Red River area.

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    The views are epic

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    and the trail is fun

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    And some pictures don't need many words;

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    but I'll say a few anyways. Because the old wilderness boundary and hikers/horses only signs are still posted about a half mile below the lake, and without much public information available about the Columbine Hondo bill, lots of people don't know this trail now skirts the Wheeler Peak wilderness boundary. A couple people I stopped to let pass last week while we were ascending towards Lost Lake were quick to point out bikes aren't allowed in the wilderness.

    We may have lost a lot with the recent political moves, a lot more than we gained, yet it's nice to be riding this trail legally now. Kind of bittersweet.

    This is one of the best true alpine rides in the area, and one of New Mexico's gems in the 10-20 mile range.
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    Thanks for the Lost Lake pics/post and mtbproject contribution. I love that trail: truly world class. We need a quality hitching post at the Horseshoe Lake junction to safely leave(lock) bikes for the hike to the top of Wheeler. No longer comfortable hiding my rig in the trees!

    Sad that Goose Creek and Gold Hill are now wilderness, but we can celebrate what we have left: certainly not gristle. Bittersweet indeed!

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    Cruisin on the Mesa Sea, Arroyo Hondo

    Singletrack and Sage

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    Taos

    Nothing like cruising the neighborhood trails at night during a lightning storm

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    Some pics from earlier in the year. Picture of guy in front of my trailer is Travis who designed my Titus Racer-X years ago. He's out of the business now, but he worked with Chris Cocalis (Pivot) at Titus. I was at the Overland Expo in Flagstaff in May and he noticed my bike.

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    Finding gold in them hills - South Boundary Trail 9/27


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    Awesome! Riding to the bottom of the gorge is one of my favorite rides.
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    Beautiful... ours have mostly just dried up and turned brown, good to see some gold!
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    Bull of the Woods and Frazer a few days ago;

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    Heaven on Earth - October 14

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    We rode from Garcia Park and the trail was in great shape, a blanket of aspen leaves on much of this segment made for some neat lighting conditions

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    I miss that NM dirt - but my new locale has some cool landscapes and an infrastructure designed for bike commuting

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    Is that second photo from Stuttgart? It looks remarkably familiar to me as I rode around there to friends houses many moons ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Klainmeister View Post
    Is that second photo from Stuttgart? It looks remarkably familiar to me as I rode around there to friends houses many moons ago.
    All from the Stuttgart area, ja.
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    It was a great weekend to break 1000 miles on the trail, the usual stomping grounds, Alien Run.






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    Another snowride in the North FooHills.

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    Hopefully the snow is still there. Going to head up in a frew minutes. My dad was saying its pretty rutted out.

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    The Alien trails north or Aztec.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bncrshr77 View Post
    The Alien trails north or Aztec.
    I was thinking about heading there this weekend - still quite a bit of snow out there still! Have you hit the 10 mile loop on the fats yet?

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    I went out with my GF and hit the first section out to the black hole sign with snowshoes so that part of the trail is great right now. Early on there are a few spots where the snow has melted but the farther you go the better it gets. A few of us have ridden the backside of the short loop but it's tough going without being hit with snowshoes first. I rode/pushed the 10 mile loop once a couple weeks ago and as of yesterday that was the only track heading that way still.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bncrshr77 View Post
    I went out with my GF and hit the first section out to the black hole sign with snowshoes so that part of the trail is great right now. Early on there are a few spots where the snow has melted but the farther you go the better it gets. A few of us have ridden the backside of the short loop but it's tough going without being hit with snowshoes first. I rode/pushed the 10 mile loop once a couple weeks ago and as of yesterday that was the only track heading that way still.
    Thanks for the report! I miss riding out there on the weekends, we are blessed with the trails we have here, that is for sure!

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    Kinsey return with a beautiful sunset.

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    Good gosh I miss NM. We have lots of trails in Boise, but they are super-highways. I miss my regular rotation of Elena, South Foothills, Otero, and Cedro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlienTrees View Post
    The entire trail is usually rideable with a few tricky sections where rocks have been loosened. We rode most of it and hiked some areas to conserve energy, when a section would take longer to ride and require more calories.

    Last thursday we rode the East Fork to Lost Lake loop, crossing thru some of the steep slide paths there was dirt and rocks deposited on a few sections of trail from wet slides during the hail storms the day before, and there's a few exposed areas along the end of the approach to the lake that may be safer to hike across

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    From the trailhead at East Fork;



    Steep moderately technical climbing mixed with smooth and flowy mountain dirt singletrack for several miles, and a glimpse into the mining history that led to these trails being built. The old mining camp energy enhances the modern western vibe of the Red River area.

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    The views are epic

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    and the trail is fun

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    And some pictures don't need many words;

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    but I'll say a few anyways. Because the old wilderness boundary and hikers/horses only signs are still posted about a half mile below the lake, and without much public information available about the Columbine Hondo bill, lots of people don't know this trail now skirts the Wheeler Peak wilderness boundary. A couple people I stopped to let pass last week while we were ascending towards Lost Lake were quick to point out bikes aren't allowed in the wilderness.

    We may have lost a lot with the recent political moves, a lot more than we gained, yet it's nice to be riding this trail legally now. Kind of bittersweet.

    This is one of the best true alpine rides in the area, and one of New Mexico's gems in the 10-20 mile range.
    Oh man, in 2010, I face-plant-endoed descending into lost lake. I guess you can guess where I had been. I have pics, but I can/will not post them for fear of incriminating myself.

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    A few days ago on the SBT

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    Looks like Heisenberg's been around;
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    This was the only downed tree on the trail that required hiking, looks like people have been riding over it on the descent;
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    Breakthrough - It was well intentioned but bad advice

    A very fun and "hidden" trail in Taos, 'preciate someone taking the time to build some waterbars last year, but when a trail is used by hikers, horse riders, and bikers alike, building a sketchy jump after a turn onto a flat landing isn't the right way to do it, especially when it makes it necessary for the trail to become wider when people try to avoid a feature. This trail is regularly used by neighborhood residents as both an uphill and downhill route, it's not the right place to build jumps and there has been conflict in the past; I posted a picture of a sign in this thread a couple years ago where someone had placed an obstacle across the trail and a biker was apparently injured.

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    Clearly other trail users didn't like this and placed sticks on the jump, which we used to move some dirt around and make the feature a rollable water diversion which can still be fun for riders but is safer and more fitting for the terrain;

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlienTrees View Post
    A very fun and "hidden" trail in Taos, 'preciate someone taking the time to build some waterbars last year, but when a trail is used by hikers, horse riders, and bikers alike, building a sketchy jump after a turn onto a flat landing isn't the right way to do it, especially when it makes it necessary for the trail to become wider when people try to avoid a feature. This trail is regularly used by neighborhood residents as both an uphill and downhill route, it's not the right place to build jumps and there has been conflict in the past; I posted a picture of a sign in this thread a couple years ago where someone had placed an obstacle across the trail and a biker was apparently injured.

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    Clearly other trail users didn't like this and placed sticks on the jump, which we used to move some dirt around and make the feature a rollable water diversion which can still be fun for riders but is safer and more fitting for the terrain;

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    I sympathize and agree with your comments. But perhaps not something for this thread. This thread is all about cool trail pictures. Not making a statement about trail problems. Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ABQ_Biker View Post
    I sympathize and agree with your comments. But perhaps not something for this thread. This thread is all about cool trail pictures. Not making a statement about trail problems. Thanks!
    Good thing this thread is on a public forum and anyone can post any pictures of trails in New Mexico. The grass isn't always greener just 'cause you want it to be.

    This is an important issue; when people are illegally building features on our trails without following the proper channels of approval this can lead to us losing access, especially in an area where the legality of a trail being built in the first place is questionable. Or even worse there could be an incident where another trail user is injured. This particular one is on Forest Service managed land and has existed for decades, but it's not on any maps and is extremely difficult to find despite it's proximity to a known and established trail system (near Talpa). Nearby it appears that maybe ten to fifteen years ago someone tried to scratch out some more trails and then abandoned them, now they have been recovered by nature but an experienced trail worker can recognize the illicit attempts to build them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlienTrees View Post
    Good thing this thread is on a public forum and anyone can post any pictures of trails in New Mexico. The grass isn't always greener just 'cause you want it to be.

    This is an important issue; when people are illegally building features on our trails without following the proper channels of approval this can lead to us losing access, especially in an area where the legality of a trail being built in the first place is questionable. Or even worse there could be an incident where another trail user is injured. This particular one is on Forest Service managed land and has existed for decades, but it's not on any maps and is extremely difficult to find despite it's proximity to a known and established trail system (near Talpa). Nearby it appears that maybe ten to fifteen years ago someone tried to scratch out some more trails and then abandoned them, now they have been recovered by nature but an experienced trail worker can recognize the illicit attempts to build them.
    LOL I get it and I agree the with you. I help the Forest Service design and build trails and have to deal with this same issue. But your post could have been started as a separate thread and because it is a public forum I to have the right to speak out. Just because you have the right, within reason, say and do what you want here doesn't mean you should. I don't use this forum much, but I do enjoy the trail pics. I don't enjoy the controversial issues mixed in the trail pics.
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    I enjoy the trail pictures too, all of them. When the trails are narrow and dry the excitement reigns high. When access is an issue, passion is fiery. When egos resolve decisions, controversy is present. Keeping it real - absolutely, always. I certainly appreciate all the discussions...

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    Had a little fun out in Placitas today (I'll add my drama in a separate thread )

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    Had a little fun out in Placitas today (I'll add my drama in a separate thread )

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    nice pics jerry. missed you on saturday. Still wanna try your lane bryant bike.

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    FYI the wildflowers are going off on REM right now, early monsoons ftw.

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    The Zuni Mountains wildflowers are just getting started, and yes, early monsoon ftw!

    No pic, to lazy to stop, working on that... the purple penstemon are looking good.
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