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    Colorado in January

    You gotta love it here. It's dumping in the mountains, the skiing is unbeleivable! But here on the front range, we got summertime dirt. It's just a little cooler

    After 6 days of work, I got a day off, so I headed to the local Rock Garden at Hall Ranch.
    I messed around with timer shots for a while, and even got a few shots worth posting. With Thursday off, I'm looking for another ride if the weather holds.

    The second and third pics are of a nice step I've been working on mastering in the waterfall section. The pic snapped as I stalled coming up, but I did clean it both times I tried to get pics. It's fun looking for different lines on this section of Hall. Good Stuff!
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    Nice work. Turners like that spot at Hall.


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    Holy cow... SW's a dead ringer for Fo!!!

    'Cept for the riding part.
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    Just riding a muddy trail. . ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bikezilla
    Holy cow... SW's a dead ringer for Fo!!!

    'Cept for the riding part.
    Nice try BZ. Let me know if you need a referral for an Eye Health Exam. You obviously have some issues that need to be addressed.

    It's not even close. Look, my helmet is on straight

    Disclaimer: disregard above comments if you are referring to my A$$
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bikezilla
    Holy cow... SW's a dead ringer for Fo!!!

    'Cept for the riding part.

    hahahahahhahahaha!!!!!!!!!! I was thinking the same thing.

    Put that bike in front of a garage door and they could be twins.
    Nothing to see here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bikezilla
    Holy cow... SW's a dead ringer for Fo!!!
    Ya think?
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    SWorks, pm me, I'll join you up there and actually take a VID of you cleaning this and that. Just don't make it 6 am!
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    Quote Originally Posted by S-Works
    ... disregard above comments if you are referring to my A$$
    Frankly I think you Colorado guys show a little too much A$$

    Faster is better, even when it's not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bikezilla
    Frankly I think you Colorado guys show a little too much A$$
    Just riding a muddy trail. . ..

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    You guys always make it look easy! Uphill obstacles are my bane.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bikezilla
    Frankly I think you Colorado guys show a little too much A$$
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    He was trying to ski in Vail, so surely he was not actually living here in CO. What a moron. I cannot for the life of me figure out how all his slippage in that orientation caused his pants to move UPWARD.

    There are definitely questions to be answered here...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bikezilla
    Frankly I think you Colorado guys show a little too much A$$

    What are you talking about
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    Strike that
    I see the Spot and the Highline now!

    Oh and I see Zilla I the Lycra was blinding, my bad!
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    Quote Originally Posted by S-Works
    What are you talking about
    Oh, NOW who's got the envy?


    Rich the description I read said something about a flip-down seat thingy wasn't in place (not talking about the saftey bar) and he slipped butt-first through the seat frame. Perhaps his pants snagged and were pulled off and he folded up and slipped through.

    What I want to know is how his bindings held...and how they extracted his entire manhood which surely went full internal after 15mins hanging pantless, inverted, from a ski lift, in the cold.

    I bet his lawyer is picking out a new house already.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bikezilla
    Oh, NOW who's got the envy?


    Rich the description I read said something about a flip-down seat thingy wasn't in place (not talking about the saftey bar) and he slipped butt-first through the seat frame. Perhaps his pants snagged and were pulled off and he folded up and slipped through.

    What I want to know is how his bindings held...and how they extracted his entire manhood which surely went full internal after 15mins hanging pantless, inverted, from a ski lift, in the cold.

    I bet his lawyer is picking out a new house already.
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    One bright day in the middle of the night,
    Two dead boys got up to fight.
    Back-to-back they faced each other,
    Drew their swords, and shot each other.
    A deaf policeman heard the noise,
    Came and killed those two dead boys.
    If you don't believe this lie is true,
    Ask the blind man, because he saw it too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jncarpenter
    Ya think?
    indeed...he is extremely handsome

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    You and your "Doctor" schedule. If you can wait until after work, I'll ride with you on Thursday as well. I went up yesterday and was the only one (besides the 20+ deer) on the mountain. Too cold for everyone I guess. Besides my terrible fitness it was a great ride.
    Tryin' to keep the tires on the ground.

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    just returning from green mountain. great day, fairly warm, not as much wind anymore ... good biking winter in colorado!

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