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    Quote Originally Posted by DLd View Post
    I finally get to join in on this thread! From Tucson, AZ!
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    i like that pic... snow and cactus
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    Just some riding around the city trails at night. Also found a walked path to and over a snowy roof/ledge of one the local university buildings. That was some bizzarre riding I'd never come across before.

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    Riding the sometimes icy quad tracks

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    Quote Originally Posted by meganXLR View Post
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    You need to get 10 posts first. Then you can reply, go advanced and attach an image

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    Quote Originally Posted by rinseflow View Post


    Just some riding around the city trails at night. Also found a walked path to and over a snowy roof/ledge of one the local university buildings. That was some bizzarre riding I'd never come across before.
    Very cool picture

    Also, nice video Singlesprocket

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    Last edited by iperov; 03-03-2013 at 08:41 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by iperov View Post
    Nice edits iperov. Very interesting landscape. Are you able to ride on that big frozen body of water?
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    cyclelicious, sure, 26club winter on Vimeo
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    Psychic cleansing today.

    My jobs brings me into contact with people from all walks of life, and sometimes a little R&R is needed to set things right. In my duties I am sometimes working alongside people for hours on end. My employer purposely uses my freindly demeanour and skillset for orientation and training from time to time.

    This is tiring stuff but not because of the training.

    Without going into details I can say that more than a few individuals I've interacted with have less than stellar pasts. Beleive me, I've heard many a life story over the past few months especially, and much of what I've been privy to isn't very pretty.

    I really needed to ride today and let the trails wash all this stuff from my mind.

    As a plus, my boss thanked me profusely on Friday for my service and told me she'd be giving me a break from this stuff for a good while.

    She has no idea......

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    Quote Originally Posted by huffster View Post
    Riding the sometimes icy quad tracks

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    Hey! That looks like my driveway!

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    Getting hit with a hefty storm here in Cheyenne, WY. My boyfriend and I decided to go out on the bikes and goof off in one of the large parks here. Ended up putting down over 6 miles, and I literally had one of the funnest days every on my bike! Mostly just a few inches deep, but there were lots of drifts well over a foot. 23 degrees, 22mph winds... no excuses not to ride here!

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    We were having too much fun to take a lot of photos. We found a long set of stairs on a walking path I wish I had a photo of me coming down... just because I am sure I looked ridiculous in my clunky snow boots getting all serious on the bike!

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    Hi. New here. First post.

    I'm a mountaineer, do Colorado 14ers in winter. I ride every day I'm not on a peak, all year 'round. A little different this winter, I used the bike to help gain about 1/3 of the distance on 2 winter 14ers this season. Here's a shot from Mt. Lindsey, January 9, 2013. I was able to ride about 7 of the 22 miles round trip.


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    Well... quite a welcome by the administrators of this site, I must say. I'm afraid, dear friends, that I can't share my photography with you, nor even a link to my trip report on 14ers.com.

    If any of you is terribly motivated to see this, go to 14ers.com (will they let me post this website address?) and click on trip reports. Click on author = dancesatmoonrise. Then look for the Mt. Lindsey TR of 1-9-13.

    The 14ers.com site is quite liberal, user friendly, and the administrator is constantly making excellent improvements.

    I hope you enjoy seeing a 29er workhorse used to help gain a Colorado 14er in winter.


    Jim

    PS - I vote that the admin here changes the 10-post rule.

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    Last edited by dancesatmoonrise; 02-24-2013 at 04:22 PM. Reason: the site posted twice after an error message.

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    OK, I know all you guys and gals are great folks and probably love this site.

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    I'm not enamored with it yet.

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    I tried to post my first post and it said "busy."

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    So as you can imagine, it would appear the administrators want new members to do a lot of posts.

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    So as soon as I get ten posts here, I'll post a nice photo - assuming the site will accept 1000 or 1200 pixels.

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    Ah, only two more posts to go.

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    Believe me, I don't like this any better than you guys.

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    May as well get it out of the way up front.

    Hey - should be able to post a photo next one...

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    Quote Originally Posted by dancesatmoonrise View Post
    Hi. New here. First post.

    I'm a mountaineer, do Colorado 14ers in winter. I ride every day I'm not on a peak, all year 'round. A little different this winter, I used the bike to help gain about 1/3 of the distance on 2 winter 14ers this season. Here's a shot from Mt. Lindsey, January 9, 2013. I was able to ride about 7 of the 22 miles round trip.


    Edit:
    Well... quite a welcome by the administrators of this site, I must say. I'm afraid, dear friends, that I can't share my photography with you, nor even a link to my trip report on 14ers.com.

    If any of you is terribly motivated to see this, go to 14ers.com (will they let me post this website address?) and click on trip reports. Click on author = dancesatmoonrise. Then look for the Mt. Lindsey TR of 1-9-13.

    The 14ers.com site is quite liberal, user friendly, and the administrator is constantly making excellent improvements.

    I hope you enjoy seeing a 29er workhorse used to help gain a Colorado 14er in winter.


    Jim

    PS - I vote that the admin here changes the 10-post rule.
    Followed your links and saw your pics WOW! Get your post count up stat lol You have a wealth of awesome to share!
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    OK, some photos. Hope you enjoy them.

    Mt. Lindsey, winter 2013. The bike helped with 7 of the 22 miles. Doesn't sound like a lot, but slogging on snowshoes by headlamp after a 13-hour day, it's a real joy to see the bike waiting and ready to ride down to the car. It cut about 2 hours off a long winter's day.





    Dawn.





    The road swings to southern exposure and drys out - perfect for bike travel.





    Gaining the alpine after changing out to snowshoes. There was a ski track to follow up to this point.





    Nearby Mt. Blanca





    Mt. Lindsey summit, 14,042.





    Back to the car by headlamp.



    Full TR here:
    14ers.com • Trip Report - It's Not About the Bike: A Winter's Day on Mt. Lindsey



    Hope you enjoyed the photos!


    Jim

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