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    Colorado Riding Pics!

    I have been in Colorado for a week. These are some pics from the trails at steamboat springs, ski area. The dh runs are 4 miles long from mid mountain! The trails are mainly all smooth and flowy. Enjoy.












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    that looks so dam fun!
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    Sure as heck is not the east cost..............looks fun.
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    nice nate
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    time to break in my nate
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amazing Larry104
    nice nate
    diablo next week boy
    time to break in my nate
    yeaaa, did you get it?
    -Rob

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    Looks smooth and fast.

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    How far from Denver?

    That place looks fun.

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    great pictures man, i want to ride 4 miles of a dh run
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    yea igot it
    is that yours dads fisheye in some of those? good pics
    boy u better invite me to colorado sometime to bike> deh
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    very nice..i was out near CO only a few days ago. definetly a sick place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stingray_coach
    That place looks fun.
    Steamboat is maybe 2.5-3.5 hours from Denver. Very pretty area, I've only driven through the town though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amazing Larry104
    yea igot it
    is that yours dads fisheye in some of those? good pics
    boy u better invite me to colorado sometime to bike> deh
    we used the fish eye in all of them
    -Rob

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    that looks sooooo smooth
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    looks to easy, just flying down dirt roads.
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    Quote Originally Posted by XSL_WiLL
    Looks smooth and fast.

    it's some very fast rollng stuff. not much in the way of techy, but a few fun spots here and there.

    if you ride the rest of the way up to the top of the resort, there is some sweet singletrack taking off into the nat forest off the backside. you can connect it up with other stuff, and have a kick ass fun technical rocky descent back down towards town on a trail called fish creek falls. very fun, but very crowded with hikers on a weekend. if you can hit it on a weekday, it rocks!
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