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    nice video
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    This weekends snow ride was great...
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    Very cool pictures, looks cold!!!!
    I had a great ride at bottom of Mt Charleston, in the low 30's is cold enough for me.

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    Today's winter ride. Good times...
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    1st ride of 2013 is now in the books.
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    fighting a nasty cold so just have to be content watching vids like this...

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    Quote Originally Posted by manbat View Post
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    Lunch ride today... lots of ice.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Hocky View Post
    Lunch ride today... lots of ice.
    Did a kind soul shovel/snow blow the trail?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trail6 View Post
    Did a kind soul shovel/snow blow the trail?
    I think that someone must have pulled their kids through on a sled or something when the snow was fresh because there was a clearly packed area about sled width through a lot of the trail. A lot of the trail was fairly packed down snow or ice where the snow had blown around. There were a few miles of 8-10" depth in some spots, but most of it was pretty nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hocky View Post
    I think that someone must have pulled their kids through on a sled or something when the snow was fresh because there was a clearly packed area about sled width through a lot of the trail. A lot of the trail was fairly packed down snow or ice where the snow had blown around. There were a few miles of 8-10" depth in some spots, but most of it was pretty nice.
    actually i like it when the trail gets packed down and goes through a couple of freeze thaw cycles. turns into a nice ice surface, though studded tires are a must...
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    The weather has been mild and today it's rainy. Trails are currently a mix of ice and pudding

    But the long term forecast promises a drop in temperatures which is more seasonal and will harden the trails.
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    Aloha you guys,

    Thanks so much for posting. I just got back from MI last weekend, haven't had much time to ride except for a short stint on Sunday. So nice to see so many of you guys out there still riding. Loving it!! Keep them posts coming.

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    Sunny sky and single digit temps.
    8 degrees in sunny California.
    Virgin trail-only tracks are the dog's and mine.
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    A few of my favorite things: bike, trail, dog, mountains. I feel happy when I look at this pic

    Temp is dropping here in southern Ontario. Trails will be rideable again soon
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    We lost our snowpack. It's an icy mess now.

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    went for a ride saturday at our track, its a push up, go down fast winter trail with some climbable sections..

    snow was too soft and wet to ride...we went back sunday with shovels and built 12 jumps and a set of 3 rollers... Can't wait t'ill next weekend!
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    Did a nice ride yesterday in the warm 10C temperatures.
    The trails were melting a lot, but a fun ride nonetheless.

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    Went out yesterday here in Mass, it was low 40's, slow going in the slushy stuff!
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    I was able to get out for a short lunch ride today. The windchill was around 5.

    First pic is making some fresh tracks. The second shot is the little guy that kept me from getting any water out of the bottle.
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    Went out yesterday here in Mass, it was low 40's, slow going in the slushy stuff!
    Great photo moshjack! Thanks.

    I keep trying to talk myself into getting out and riding but it's been really cold here for the past 3-4 days. High yesterday was 8 F.... low this morning -20 something.

    I'm usually pretty game to ride out there all winter and I've ridden in temps below zero before.... but that just sounds deadly. Maybe I'm becoming a wuss in my old age.

    Been riding the trainer the past few days. If I get out there this week I'll post up a picture.

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    So it warmed up quite a bit today so I decided I'd venture out for a ride.
    Only -6F this morning.
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    A bit of a snowy urban one...


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    Quote Originally Posted by bismirle View Post
    The second shot is the little guy that kept me from getting any water out of the bottle.
    Ha ha. Yeah I've given up even taking water on my short early morning rides. No sense carrying a block of ice on my back that I can't even suck any water out of. It makes my pack quite a bit lighter too.

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    some winter goodness...

    flooded ice ride from single sprocket on Vimeo.

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