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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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    Beer!

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    Taos

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

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    Taos

    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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    Quote Originally Posted by Klainmeister View Post
    Finding gold in them hills - South Boundary Trail 9/27

    Beautiful... ours have mostly just dried up and turned brown, good to see some gold!
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    Sedona

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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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    Corner Park;

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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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    Foot hills 11/14/15
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    Random ones with my Instinct in the ABQ Foothills














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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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    Snow Biking in the Footies:

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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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    somewhere in the robledos

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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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    The trail marker at the top of Corner Park
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    Heaven on Earth

    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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    The section through Corner Park is fast and fun;
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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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    Placitas!

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

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    Quote Originally Posted by jhazard View Post
    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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