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    Damn!
    I dont think you guys realized how spoiled you are.
    One of the things I hate about Illinois.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krigloch View Post
    Damn!
    I dont think you guys realized how spoiled you are.
    One of the things I hate about Illinois.
    I am well aware....grew up in Illinois, got out of there as soon as I graduated high school. Never have looked back....no offense, but I don't miss that place at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steadyflow View Post
    Yeah I don't mind the road warm up it goes fast and is quite scenic. Plus coming from Golden driving all the way around to the Indian Creek campground adds a good amount of car time that I end up spending riding the dirt road instead.
    That and from the camp ground it's a credit card ride. Climbing to the finish sucks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jncarpenter View Post
    A few boring pics at ~11k feet from the Western Slope

    You didn't see a set of keys to a National Car Rental Dodge Charger did you? The trailhead for that trail was the last time I ever saw them... That was an expensive tow back to GJ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by steadyflow View Post
    I am well aware....grew up in Illinois, got out of there as soon as I graduated high school. Never have looked back....no offense, but I don't miss that place at all.
    ah, so you're one of the smart ones. congrats

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    Gosh, I need to head west!

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    Great pictures!
    Last edited by bmf032; 08-01-2014 at 06:05 AM.
    18" rigid Unit

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    Looks like great riding in the Front Range!
    Last edited by June Bug; 08-02-2014 at 12:58 PM.

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    Some Boring Front Range CO Trails

    Good that spam has been removed but the wtf comment seems a bit out of context now.

    Anyway back to boring Front Range trails...

    It sucks to live here. It really does.... IL was much better when I lived there




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    What a terrible life you have in such an ugly place.

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    jerk


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    Some Boring Front Range CO Trails

    Quote Originally Posted by Krigloch View Post
    jerk

    Who, me?

    I used to live in Naperville. I don't miss the place. I will say though that though the riding was limited (Palos Hills, Saw Wee Kee, Knock Knolls) the rider community was good and probably better than that on the Front Range. The FR community is very spread out and there are far too many uppity types.

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    Well, don't we have to be uppity in order to descend?

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    Some Boring Front Range CO Trails

    Quote Originally Posted by desertred View Post
    Well, don't we have to be uppity in order to descend?
    Ha ha. Very true.

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    Some Boring Front Range CO Trails

    Falcon trail

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    love the pics.
    Lefty For LIFE!!!!!

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    Some Boring Front Range CO Trails


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    *taking notes

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    Looks picturesque and scenic. Great for those hardtail epic rides. But technical trails are much more fun and adrenalin creators.

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