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    Tis' the season for Pueblo

    Made the drive down to Pueblo on Tuesday. Compared to the 6" of snow in northern Colorado Springs, Pueblo was dry as a bone! A couple of snow patches here and there. Awesome riding, it was like visiting an old friend.

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    I needs to get my camera ready for this winter

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    Yeah, I can hear the call of the 'Blo... I might just have to head down there this weekend for a spell...

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    Yup, I have been thinking more about Pueblo too, 'bout that time o year.

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    Anyone know how much snow the Pueblo reservoir trails received? Hoping for a good report so I can head down there tomorrow!!

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    Must have gotten at least a dusting.
    http://www.cocorahs.org/Maps/ViewMap...e=CO&county=PU

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    guys unfortunatly the desert does'nt get much snow just the bloody cold we got just that, a dusting good for the weekend ride

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    Where are the trails in Pueblo?

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    i love me some winter riding in Pueblo. Better make sure my Stans is fresh.

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    I will be down there this weekend, as stated the north part of the Springs and Monument are still snowed in. But do I bring the Moots Mooto-XZ 29er or the Ibis Mojo?

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    pastajet - I've had fun riding a rigid ss 29er or full boinger geary 26er out there... Can't really go wrong if you are out riding on either of your sweet rides!

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    Gram, what is your Moots XZ 29r weighing in? Looks friggin sweat.

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    Here's a live cam shot from downtown. I don't see any snow at all...

    http://www.instacam.com/showcam.asp?id=PUBRW&size=L

    Here's another:

    http://www.instacam.com/showcam.asp?id=KOAAT&size=L

    Looks rideable, but you could always call the state park rangers & ask them if there's any snow.

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