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    A Guy Who is Going Places
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    Part of whats appealing about riding in the snow but not in AZ...



    Only a part of the snow riding story.









    With snow ridimg, you make your own fun. In most cases, you won't get that 5 hour epic so often found in the summer months. But you can get out on the bike and goof around a bit.



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    With snow riding, that relatively easy ride that takes an hour in the summer becomes a relatively hard 2 hour ride in the winter.
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    Take the long cut, we'll get there eventually.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Debaser
    With snow riding, that relatively easy ride that takes an hour in the summer becomes a relatively hard 2 hour ride in the winter.
    Well, that depends on conditions. I've done many rides when the snow was hard and smooth - no roots or rocks that the same trail offers in summer. The rides are actually shorter and easier in those conditions. We occasionally get conditions where you can ride anywhere in the woods, sort of like tree skiing.

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    Looks like a little Palmer action, cool shots.

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    A little more Palmer action




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    A Guy Who is Going Places
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    An outstanding object lesson for the concept of: "Anthony is much better behind the camera than in front of it." Thanks for scaring the villagers.
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