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    3 hours ride this afternoon between Paris and Versailles

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    Nice pic brigadier! What was the temperature and does the snow stay for long?
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    I took these pictures today.



    9:30 am in Phoenix



    11:00 am in Phoenix

    (There's a thread about the bike here.)

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    Wow. A lot of nice pictures with some weird white stuff on the ground and lakes that somehow became hard enough to ride on. Here in Northern AZ the winter has been harsh, and you have to get motivated to go ride in the crappy weather...
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    Nice warm 45 degrees here in PA today! Trails were a little muddy, but mostly still frozen. Great day on the bike!


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    Quote Originally Posted by A-Ray View Post
    This weekends snow ride was great...
    A-Ray- you might recognize the view from my photo then. Just turn about 120* right from this photo.

    And once again, I am seriously in love with your new bike.

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    from a little spin this afternoon



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    ^^^Gorgeous pics ^^^
    Our weather continues to be unusually mild (but we're expecting a big drop in temps this week... making the trails more rideable)
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    @ cyclelicious :
    Thanks, temperature was zero celsius and the snow still be there ! We had snow falling all night long, and this sunday morning all the street's pavement are completely recovered.
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    too lazy to ride for hours again today, but I decided to go out for a small ride downtown just for an hour and get back home for a late breakfast



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    My new Mukluk from 11,400 ft yesterday near Waldorf Mine in Georgetown, CO

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    self portrait, 13 degrees

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    Funniest picture EVER! (Just noticed the "Ditto" on the house on the left.) Brilliant!

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    On the way home we checked out the neighborhood decorations and found a winner!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mountaingoatepics View Post
    self portrait, 13 degrees
    Dude...are those snotcicles? Sweet!
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    @mountaingoatepics :
    beautiful playground !!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by brigadier View Post
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    beautiful playground !!!
    Loving it for sure! We had that up High and this down low....

    Dakota Ridge, Morrison, CO.....dry but 13 degrees out last weekend

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    Dry trails yet 13 degrees out

    my other ride on Dakota Ridge

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    7:21am and 16 degrees right at sunrise...
    Frozen hands, water bottle, and headset, but I did manage to get first track (pretty rare in Va.)!!!
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    Cold enough where my pak hose froze.
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    beautiful rig!

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    What a difference a day makes. You can see the tracks in the ground from the previous day when it was 55 degrees. Picture taken at 12 degrees with flurries. The mud is completely frozen.

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    This past Saturday in Santa Cruz, Ca. Yes, girls were walking their dogs in bikinis and there was a surf contest.

    Winter.




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    Quote Originally Posted by singlesprocket View Post
    some winter goodness...

    flooded ice ride from single sprocket on Vimeo.

    I may be a sissy, but that much water on top I would freak out. Nice video!

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    Woof, woof!
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    Nice little ride before work today. Sunny and mid 30's.

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    Sorry for the repeat. Posted this elsewhere as well. It was from this afternoon.

    Literally 20 seconds out my front door and out onto the frozen shores of Lake Huron.

    Seemed epic. I was alone for a while................it was awesome.



    Here's my crummy, slow-going blog The Slow Spoke if you're interested.

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    How wide are the tires on the Mukluk? As wide as on a Surly Pug? -- in the photo, they look a little narrower.

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