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    I had the trails to myself....

    Maybe because it was about 10 degrees Fahrenheit!



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    Awesome! I felt like that yesterday, but it was a *bit* warmer in the Northeast - @ 19 degrees F. Oh, and I didn't have those kind of trails to ride on ;o) Still, there is something to be said for getting out there this time of year and loving it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by screampint View Post
    Maybe because it was about 10 degrees Fahrenheit!
    Oh yeah!

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    Nice video, Interesting contrast of riding dirt and snow
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    Eat your veggies

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    what part of the state are you in?

    whenever i think of the bEast coast being rough, i see the desert! nice!
    fap

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    Nicole, I'm in the Fruita/Grand Junction area. All of the video was shot in the Lunch Loops area just outside of Grand Junction (actually, I think parts of it are within the city limits). All of this is in the very Western part of Colorado, in fact, some of our "local" rides take us into Utah.

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    Love snow in the desert! Nice video. Snow looked pretty packed down- did you ride your typical desert tire of choice?

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    I ride Continental Trail Kings year round. I love the way they corner, the traction they afford me when climbing the ledges, their high volume characteristics, and their longevity.

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