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    Snow and cold wind @ Roaring Creek

    Wyatt , Jonz and I road the pipeline out and back and then some. The cold air played hell with my lungs most of the day , but all in all good day to be out. Cold beer helped my lungs afterwards.
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    Looks like fun...Just kiddin Glad I was home on the lazy-boy with the Fireplace on and the NFL in front of me.
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    It does look fun.

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    Great ride, long and cold and fun.

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    Snow and cold wind @ Roaring Creek

    Quote Originally Posted by wyatt79m
    Great ride, long and cold and fun.
    Does look like fun!!! How does cold beer help your lungs? LMAO!!!!
    Waging war on my pedals every chance I get!!!

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    Cold beer helps everything Moto. Great ride guys.

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    Cool pics, looks like the same amount of snow that we got, making for a interesting ride.
    Beer helps everything, and makes everything taste better, just Sunday night I was eating ice cream and drinking beer, my wife said thatd disgusting!
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    Nice!
    No snow on the trails down here in Reading yet.
    Rode the "Aristes Trail" up there for the first time a few weeks ago.
    A great trail that rolls through a moss filled banked gully then along the lip of a strip mine with some cool scrub pines.
    Hope to get up there and ride with you guys again soon.
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    Wyatt, Naner, and Jonz......

    ......can always count on you guys to challenge the weather!!......we had quite a bit of wind up our way on Sunday.....wonderin' if you guys had that up on top where the logging happened?.....also....can't read those bottles....but I bet they were good!......we did a growler of OneGuyBrewing Porter and some Breckenridge Vanilla Porter after sundays ride.....mmmmmmmmm..............Ride On!
    There are two paths you can go by but in the long run........

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    The wind was very strong halfway thru. And the brew of the day wassssssss( thats a drum roll), Stegmaier IPA. Brad I love that trail you speak of . Reminds me of Colorado.

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    @ Brad,
    let us know when you'll be around for a ride.
    @ Jeff,
    the beer was cheap and tasty thanks for the tip.

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