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    God I love where I live

    And my Guapo. This picture was taken overlooking "Dry Pond" which isnt so dry after a 200% of normal snow year. That is Mt. Rose Ski Area in the background. This trail just melted off in the past week and it was hero dirt.
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    Oh yeah!! So ready to hit some Tahoe goodness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by craigstr
    And my Guapo. This picture was taken overlooking "Dry Pond" which isnt so dry after a 200% of normal snow year. That is Mt. Rose Ski Area in the background. This trail just melted off in the past week and it was hero dirt.
    Pretty nice pic! Thanks for uploading.

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    Just rode that today!

    On my new X Carbon!
    Like half of everything I ride comes out of Jenson. Figure that out.

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    Stunning!
    What do you have on the top of your bar? GPS?
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    Matt, conditions were perfect, I cant believe it has melted off already. My trusty garmin 305 is on the stem Kovi.

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    I'm so jealous that you, your bike and your place suck, Craigstr...



    Are those Q-Rings? I've always wanted a set, but never got around getting them.
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    It sucks pretty bad in the winter when you want to ride

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    Are those Q-Rings? I've always wanted a set, but never got around getting them.
    But not so much when the snow melts. They arent Q rings, just standard SRAM 26/39 X-9.

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    Beautiful pic!


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    And again yesterday...

    Like half of everything I ride comes out of Jenson. Figure that out.

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    Im doing it again this afternoon

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    OK you two quit bragging. I'm pouting cause I haven't rode in a week. I'm a biker with a work problem.
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    I get to ride year round ... but would gladly give up 3 months if the remaining 9 has sceneries like this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anvil_den
    I get to ride year round ... but would gladly give up 3 months if the remaining 9 has sceneries like this.
    Yeah, living in NM gives us a shot at year round riding but we have to drive a ways for scenery like this... it's called Colorado. First two pics are from the Flume, just cause I really am jealous of the Tahoe-Cali-Nev bois!

    Nice bikes by the way!
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    OOOOHHHH AAAAAHHHHH!!!!!! Nice ride. Makes me miss Colorado. Only lived there a few months but loved it.
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    Damn I miss my home state of Colorado. Stupid recession forcing me into the flatlands....

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    We have had rain in Ohio every day for about 40 straight now. Mud, mud, mud, and mud. And flooding.

    I really doubt my local trails will be solid dirt again until the 4th of July.

    Oh, and the forecast calls for rain 8 of the next 10 days.

    My bike is lonely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yeahdog31
    We have had rain in Ohio every day for about 40 straight now. Mud, mud, mud, and mud. And flooding.

    I really doubt my local trails will be solid dirt again until the 4th of July.

    Oh, and the forecast calls for rain 8 of the next 10 days.

    My bike is lonely.
    Don't feel bad.... we've had 90 days straight without any appreciable moisture... yeah I know it's the Desert SW, but have you ever ridden trails that are the consistancy of Talcum Powder?

    Man we could use some of that rain!
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