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    I donít think thatís a legal answer. Precise location please.
    Laughing Horse Loop at Devil's Backbone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sgltrak View Post
    Laughing Horse Loop at Devil's Backbone.
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    Here an easy one...

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    From posts #175/#188/#192

    Silver Dale trail system: Water tower is at bottom of Raspberry trail, bridge is bottom of Rutherford trail (1/4 mile up road from previous pic), ruins are near top of Rutherford on Railbed trail (Colorado Central Mill - defunct silver mill)

    Trail-user sign = near Notch/Pulaski trail, just off Argentine Central RR Grade
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    Soderberg Valley Loop.
    Nope. I'm surprised no one has got this one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sleestak View Post
    Here an easy one...

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    I have no idea where this is but I'd love to know, this feature looks like fun!
    New to Colorado since 1993.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sleestak View Post
    Here an easy one...

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    Iím surprised again that there are no takers. Iíve never been there but it must be Pueblo res. Dead dog? One of the canyons. This is my favorite game btw. Please keep posting. And lubes thanks for sharing. Iím sure youíll see all of us on your next guanella ride


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    The Ďwhy am I doing this momentí to access a whole lot of good options...


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    Quote Originally Posted by brankulo View Post
    Oil well flats, island in the sky?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkcloud View Post
    Iím surprised again that there are no takers. Iíve never been there but it must be Pueblo res. Dead dog? One of the canyons. This is my favorite game btw. Please keep posting. And lubes thanks for sharing. Iím sure youíll see all of us on your next guanella ride


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    Correct on Pueblo Res. Waterfall trail (it was awesome there yesterday)

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6thElement View Post
    You've all likely been through this spot if you've ridden the main trail systems on the front range.
    Rolling on 29", 650b, 8.3" and 23mm

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    Name that location-09.27_mini.jpg
    Spotted along an old trail that gained in popularity this past year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mileslong View Post
    I passionately remove rocks and corners and other stuff I find too hard to ride.

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    Slickrock (out near the far end of the main loop).

    Nice Raleigh. I sold a few of those back in the day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sgltrak View Post
    Slickrock (out near the far end of the main loop).

    Nice Raleigh. I sold a few of those back in the day.
    Bingo! That one was easy. It was 1994 and my sister was getting married at the top of a mountain in Moab. Both mtb racers and on their second marriage. They decided to do it different. A mtb themed wedding. All the young people rode up to the top. The old people rode up via 4X4.

    Anyway that photo was on Slickrock from part of that trip. I hadn't yet bought my first mtb but had ridden for a few years prior on loaner and rental bikes. Not much riding but a big MX background. This bike was my older brothers. He had just bought a Cannondale V full swish so he let me ride the Raleigh. A 1992 I think HT with elastromic RS fork. I ride a large frame and this one was a medium. The pedals were baskets which I didnít use. Constantly rotating them to the platform side with sneakers. LOL

    Needless to say that trip was a challenge. Iím proud to say I didnít crash though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkcloud View Post


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    7-bridges, I miss riding down that trail, it's tough these days to find a time that doesn't have a steady line of hikers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cot-Rodger View Post
    7-bridges, I miss riding down that trail, it's tough these days to find a time that doesn't have a steady line of hikers.
    Correct - correct about the traffic too. Now itís a climbing challenge. The loss of Jones makes it less worth while.


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    No guesses?

    Hint 1: this was rarely visited to begin with, but since the 2013 floods almost no one goes here at all.

    Hint 2: a trail runner could take closed-to-bike trails to this spot from a very popular mountain biking area - big bummer those trails aren't open to bikes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by locoyokel View Post
    No guesses?

    Hint 1: this was rarely visited to begin with, but since the 2013 floods almost no one goes here at all.

    Hint 2: a trail runner could take closed-to-bike trails to this spot from a very popular mountain biking area - big bummer those trails aren't open to bikes!

    Crosier Mountain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    Crosier Mountain.
    Good guess, but this makes Crosier look popular!

    Coulson Gulch, off the start of the Jonny Park jeep road - now it's just a couple mile out-and-back since the trail was wiped out completely below Higgins Park. Hikers/runners could connect to Hall Ranch, but it's probably 8 or 10 miles one way from there to the top of Nelson Loop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by locoyokel View Post
    Good guess, but this makes Crosier look popular!

    Coulson Gulch, off the start of the Jonny Park jeep road - now it's just a couple mile out-and-back since the trail was wiped out completely below Higgins Park. Hikers/runners could connect to Hall Ranch, but it's probably 8 or 10 miles one way from there to the top of Nelson Loop.
    Ahh. . . you should have kept us guessing.
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    Spotted along an old trail that gained in popularity this past year.
    Is that at LH OHV? I'm guessing based on your description and the bullet holes, not because I've actually seen that sign.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smmokan View Post
    Is that at LH OHV? I'm guessing based on your description and the bullet holes, not because I've actually seen that sign.
    Nyet, further south.

    Another clue from said trail:
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    Nyet, further south.

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    Never been but guessing cub creek?
    LH was my guess as well...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkcloud View Post
    Never been but guessing cub creek?
    LH was my guess as well...

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    Bingo!
    Cub Crik trail
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    Name that location-11885069_10207616876288934_3059779795198688810_n.jpg

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    New rule: There will be no initials describing a location for those [some] initial challenged.

    Full disclosure of the actual name please.
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    Wilder Gulch?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 6thElement View Post
    Wilder Gulch?
    Close...

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    Just found this thread today, fun! Here's an easy one for my first offering:

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    A bit below Searle on the Colorado Trail?

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    Quote Originally Posted by locoyokel View Post
    A bit below Searle on the Colorado Trail?
    Yep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JaredCrockett View Post
    Just found this thread today, fun! Here's an easy one for my first offering:

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    Coney Flat!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JaredCrockett View Post
    Just found this thread today, fun! Here's an easy one for my first offering:

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    Junction of coney flats and Buchanan?


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    Niwot Ridge from rainbow lakes to above LH reservoir?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkcloud View Post
    Niwot Ridge from rainbow lakes to above LH reservoir?
    Close...but this is bike legal (I've never hiked from Niwot down to Brainard area).

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    Quote Originally Posted by locoyokel View Post
    Close...but this is bike legal (I've never hiked from Niwot down to Brainard area).
    CU research facility?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkcloud View Post
    CU research facility?
    Nope, not on Niwot Ridge at all.

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    While you're chewing on that one...here's one from yesterday!

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    Walker - crescent meadows

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkcloud View Post
    Walker - crescent meadows
    Nope!

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    Quote Originally Posted by locoyokel View Post
    Coney Flat!
    Nailed it!

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    Jenny Creek Trail?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JaredCrockett View Post
    Jenny Creek Trail?
    Close enough! It's taken from on top of the railroad tunnel on Rollins Pass, this is where you get if you hike your bike up that steep trail on the left, instead of hiking it around the tunnel on the right. You also get here if you go straight over the tunnel and by those little rock shacks/structures.

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    Something local

    Left click the pic if you can

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    Who's in charge, the thinker or the thought?

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    Quote Originally Posted by xcguy View Post
    Left click the pic if you can

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    Quote Originally Posted by locoyokel View Post
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    This one's got me stumped. Almost looks familiar to me, but not quite. Wherever it is, I want to go to there...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JaredCrockett View Post
    This one's got me stumped. Almost looks familiar to me, but not quite. Wherever it is, I want to go to there...
    You're on the right track, it probably looks familiar because this is an optional "short cut" trail within a frequently ridden loop...and on some of the maps to this place part of this trail is incorrectly labeled as hiker only (correct on other maps, and clearly labeled as bike legal by sign posts).

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    Too easy, I know. I've never made this climb, as much as I like climbing. I always give it hell but stall out about where my bike is. The next guy smokes to the top in middle chain ring. Sign.
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    Georgia Pass?
    New to Colorado since 1993.

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    Name that location



    This trail may be a little obscure- good luck. (The creosote sign should get you to right trail system...)


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    Quote Originally Posted by eurochien View Post
    Georgia Pass?
    Non
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    Somewhere near French Pass?

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    Ring the Peak, somewhere on the backside?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cot-Rodger View Post
    Ring the Peak, somewhere on the backside?
    Yup. Horse-thief Park between the crags and pancake rocks


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cot-Rodger View Post
    Somewhere near French Pass?
    Could be, but that's such a relative term.

    But no.
    Just off I-70 corridor
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    Quote Originally Posted by lubes17319 View Post
    Could be, but that's such a relative term.

    But no.
    Just off I-70 corridor
    Herman Gulch
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    Has anyone here ridden this one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by locoyokel View Post
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    OK since no one guessed...Burro trail at Golden Gate Canyon State Park, the photo was taken at the yellow X. The light blue circled segment is open to bikes, but is incorrectly shown as closed on some of the maps like this one (it's well marked as open to bikes on all the signposts). I like that section of Burro since the bottom of Mountain Lion is mostly a road.

    Name that location-img_0067s.jpg

    Also you don't want to go on the red segment left of the burro-box-symbol just left of the yellow X at this time of year, it's usually icy and nasty (I didn't check it out this time), so I just zoomed down the road to pick up Mountain Lion at the Nott Creek parking.

    There's currently lots of ice on Mountain Lion along the creek, studded tires are highly recommended!

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    Quote Originally Posted by locoyokel View Post
    OK since no one guessed...Burro trail at Golden Gate Canyon State Park, the photo was taken at the yellow X. The light blue circled segment is open to bikes, but is incorrectly shown as closed on some of the maps like this one (it's well marked as open to bikes on all the signposts). I like that section of Burro since the bottom of Mountain Lion is mostly a road.

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    Also you don't want to go on the red segment left of the burro-box-symbol just left of the yellow X at this time of year, it's usually icy and nasty (I didn't check it out this time), so I just zoomed down the road to pick up Mountain Lion at the Nott Creek parking.

    There's currently lots of ice on Mountain Lion along the creek, studded tires are highly recommended!
    I knew I knew one. Thanks for ending the suspense!


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    Quote Originally Posted by xcguy View Post
    Herman Gulch
    Indeed
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    Quote Originally Posted by sgltrak View Post
    Has anyone here ridden this one?
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    No, but I've been here:
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    A view youíre no longer allowed to enjoy


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    This one should be pretty easy

    Who's in charge, the thinker or the thought?

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    Quote Originally Posted by xcguy View Post
    Thanks, I needed that. Being down and out sick for 6 weeks. Amazing riding on an amazing trail.
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    Thanks, I needed that. Being down and out sick for 6 weeks. Amazing riding on an amazing trail.
    Yeah, that guy is an excellent rider. Descends 20x faster than I ever did and can climb, too. He travels the world showing us ride vids like this, what a life right? He's got some vids of rides he did with smmokan's company, as well, you should check them out.
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    It's Christmas night

    Time for another ride vid. This one is from one of smmokan's tours, Teocali Ridge. I haven't ridden this since forever, but from what I can remember, I rode nonstop to the top...after hiking three 14ers the day before. At least that's what I remember

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    I passionately remove rocks and corners and other stuff I find too hard to ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xcguy View Post
    Time for another ride vid. This one is from one of smmokan's tours, Teocali Ridge. I haven't ridden this since forever, but from what I can remember, I rode nonstop to the top...after hiking three 14ers the day before. At least that's what I remember
    Impressive!

    Brian killed that climb... and then Jose, the guy on the e-bike, cruised right past him at about 2:19 and gave him a "See you on the trail" as he stomped on the gas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smmokan View Post
    Impressive!

    Brian killed that climb... and then Jose, the guy on the e-bike, cruised right past him at about 2:19 and gave him a "See you on the trail" as he stomped on the gas.
    Hey, the older I am the better I was. Back then granny gear climbing to the top without stopping seemed pretty normal...back when I was young and strong. My descending has always sucked, however. I can only dream of riding like the guy making these vids.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smmokan View Post
    Impressive!

    Brian killed that climb... and then Jose, the guy on the e-bike, cruised right past him at about 2:19 and gave him a "See you on the trail" as he stomped on the gas.
    It didnít dawn on me thst he was on an ebike. I was like..what the..
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    Quote Originally Posted by xcguy View Post
    Hildebrand

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    Right you are!
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    Looks like no one got this one. It is Hey Joe Canyon outside of Moab.

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    Has anyone here ridden this one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sgltrak View Post
    Looks like no one got this one. It is Hey Joe Canyon outside of Moab.
    Too bad you gave up. Great shots and should be added into the ďabandoned vehicleĒ threadĒ.
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    Hartman Rocks

    I missed this when I was in CB/Gunnison earlier this year, what was I thinking?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    Too bad you gave up. Great shots and should be added into the ďabandoned vehicleĒ threadĒ.
    They are already in that thread, but several pages deep. I took those shots in May of 2016.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sgltrak View Post
    They are already in that thread, but several pages deep. I took those shots in May of 2016.
    Ahh I knew I had seen them before maybe that was it. Still great shots.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xcguy View Post
    I missed this when I was in CB/Gunnison earlier this year, what was I thinking?

    Rattlesnake for the win. The best ride always ends with Rattlesnake - Beck's - Collarbone Alley.

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    try again

    Name that location-dsc03302.jpg
    the drugs made me realize it's not about the drugs

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    I've never ridden in Arizona

    but I hear there's some pretty sweet trails around this area

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    I think weíre all stumped

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    Quote Originally Posted by DenVen1 View Post
    I think weíre all stumped
    I'll take a wild guess and go for somewhere near Del Norte. But I have no clue whatsoever.
    New to Colorado since 1993.

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    Somewhere outside of Creede? I don't know, really, but one thing's for sure, that's a very cool dramatic shot. You all have to left click this pic for full effect.
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    Ginny Trail at Bobcat Ridge?

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    Here's one for you:
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Name that location-vailjuly17-5.jpg  


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    Quote Originally Posted by smmokan View Post
    Here's one for you:
    Two Elk?

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    Incorrect, sir.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smmokan View Post
    Ginny Trail at Bobcat Ridge?

    Bingo!
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    Yeah, well, that's about the only place you ride these days, eh?
    Just try to keep those Russian-style lungs of yers healthy, DJ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smmokan View Post
    Here's one for you:
    Well I was guessing Agate but the thumbnail says Vail2017...

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    Quote Originally Posted by smmokan View Post
    Here's one for you:
    Bowman's?

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    Quote Originally Posted by smmokan View Post
    Here's one for you:


    That there is Whiskey Creek. Hard to tell since I usually close my eyes at the gate, and I have no idea what the sign says.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Radium View Post
    Yeah, well, that's about the only place you ride these days, eh?
    Just try to keep those Russian-style lungs of yers healthy, DJ.
    Well, you just exposed my next photo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xcguy View Post
    Somewhere outside of Creede? I don't know, really, but one thing's for sure, that's a very cool dramatic shot. You all have to left click this pic for full effect.

    MUCH farther south

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    Quote Originally Posted by WKD-RDR View Post
    That there is Whiskey Creek. Hard to tell since I usually close my eyes at the gate, and I have no idea what the sign says.
    Nope, it's not Whiskey Creek or Bowman's either. It's proving to be quite hard considering the filename is showing on the picture.

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