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    Te mortuo heres tibi sim?
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    Early-ish Saturday morning Hall ride?

    Anyone up for around 8AM at Hall? I'd like to ride dry trail tomorrow, but without crowds, and I'm not feeling like driving a bunch to get it. That early should be fairly quiet out there.

    Riding out from Longmont around 7AM, stopping for my coffee fix at the Dog *should* have me at the main lot a little before 8. And stopping to let all the extra pavement riding air out of my tires before hitting dirt.

    I'll be on a pasty green coloured hardtail/blue fork/red helmet, for anyone who doesn't know me.

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    Hall? What kind of riding is that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sin
    Hall? What kind of riding is that?
    do a search on the local board here, and over on passion to get an idea of pics.
    nothing you need a big bike for. though you can have fun there on a big bike, all the way down to a rigid singlespeed.

    hall ranch is the name of the place.
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