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    First rides after meltdown

    This week I rode after 7 weeks . Its like spring is waiting behind the calendar .Skies are sunny ‘snow have melted down but the temperatures need to warm up a bit then the vegetation would make the terrain green as spring.

    It was the first winter we had that much snow and so much unriddable continuous days .It made me to bomb on the course .Before I didn’t realize the value of ridding . Winter made me sick and so passionate on ridding. I had 4 rides this week and tomorrow it’s a holiday and everyone would show up .Riders would meet again .And the bike bug would start biting riders again.

    Here are some pix of todays ride .

    1: that’s me running on the rock garden

    2 : my friend on a technical

    3 : Before a tight steep turn.
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    looks like fun.
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    looks like fun............
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    7 weeks, good for you, I can imagine the feeling after 7 weeks......Great stufff
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    wow, nice terrain you got there. Enjoy the riding!

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    i couldnt imagine going 7 weeks

    Good looking pics tho

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    Pfsht, seven weeks is nothing. I've gone almost 5 moths without riding.

    But it does look like fun man

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    Quote Originally Posted by =ChrisB=
    Pfsht, seven weeks is nothing. I've gone almost 5 moths without riding.

    But it does look like fun man
    Why man, why? The longest I ever went was about three months, and that was because I broke my collarbone.
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    7 weeks is all it took for the snow to melt?

    We have 3.5 meters right now(nearly 12 feet of snow) that has fallen with more yet to come, and I haven't ridden since late October because the weather is too col, I don't pity you.

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    all i have to say is taht your lucky. in montana right now luckily its been like 40 for the past week and into this next week with the sun out. hopefully we get at least one or 2 xc trails cleared enought to ride. but thats if we dont get a big snowstorm before then, cuz its montana and that always happens.

    i wish i was riding right now
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    the day i rode was thanksgiving morning, and now its snowing! we have feet upon feet here, I think I might head over to Moab soon, I here they are dry!

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    lucky! There is still snow up where i do riding!!

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