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    ... and if we just ... Just some trail pix

    Did a little solo ride yesterday at Deer Creek Canyon, near Denver. It's amazing how green it is right now. Sorry, no action shots.

    pic 1) Finally on the singletrack section. You can see downtown Denver on the right side near the horizon (I hope it shows up on the 'net)

    pic 2) One of my favorite sections of trail on the front range

    pic3) From the scenic overlook section. Looks like the "big guy" was checking out my ride
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    Shot #3 could be in a catalog....the sun rays are excellent.
    Faster is better, even when it's not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bikezilla
    Shot #3 could be in a catalog....the sun rays are excellent.
    werd...

    thanks for the inspirational pics!! God I wanna ride now..

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    pic3) From the scenic overlook section. Looks like the "big guy" was checking out my ride
    LOL, it does!! Look at those sun rays. Maybe the Big Guy will put in a 5 Spot order???

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    I can see the ad now "5 Spot, the choice of riders in High places"
    Hhhahahahahaha. Man that really is an amazing picture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolhandluchs
    Did a little solo ride yesterday at Deer Creek Canyon, near Denver. It's amazing how green it is right now. Sorry, no action shots.

    pic 1) Finally on the singletrack section. You can see downtown Denver on the right side near the horizon (I hope it shows up on the 'net)

    pic 2) One of my favorite sections of trail on the front range

    pic3) From the scenic overlook section. Looks like the "big guy" was checking out my ride
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    Turner 5 Spot, " The chosen one"

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    Quote Originally Posted by LMays
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    Turner 5 Spot, " The chosen one"
    I haven't named my 'Spot yet. Maybe "Neo"?

    Naaaaa.......That'd only work if it was all black with pleather grips, instead of...
    GAY RED!
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    Nice

    I was tempted to drag my a$$ up there yesterday afternoon - I wish I would have by the looks of your ride. Maybe I'll go tonight. Hopefully the work gods will smile upon me and let me go - looks like the ride gods were in your favor yesterday.

    Happy trails.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DLine
    I was tempted to drag my a$$ up there yesterday afternoon - I wish I would have by the looks of your ride. Maybe I'll go tonight. Hopefully the work gods will smile upon me and let me go - looks like the ride gods were in your favor yesterday.

    Happy trails.
    Have fun if you go
    I'm usually there Tues & Thurs at 5:00. Tuesdays are usually good, but Thursdays are packed. I had to wait for about two dozen riders to climb up on my way down the nasty section. I don't mind waiting for people...but damn, that's a lot of bikers for one spot! That lower sections been pounded into dust, too. Good thing it's supposed to rain this weekend.

    If you're ever out there around 5 on Tuesday or Thursday, look for me. Red Toyota truck and (obviously) a red 'Spot.

    Later--Dan

    Oh, yeah. Bring bug repellent. The 'skeeters are gettin' bad. Nothing like a case of West Nile to keep you off your bike for a year or three
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    CFR riding

    I'm on a new red Burner - sounds like we run about the same regimen (though since the birth of my son, I've had to take to night riding). I was looking to post on the Colorado Front Range board, but it seemed like theres alot of bad blood and goofiness there. A lot of "You can't ride here and you suck" and "What's your fastest time" BS.

    Perhaps we'll cross paths always looking for riding buddies.

    Dan (as well)

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    Cool!

    Quote Originally Posted by coolhandluchs
    Did a little solo ride yesterday at Deer Creek Canyon, near Denver. It's amazing how green it is right now. Sorry, no action shots.

    pic 1) Finally on the singletrack section. You can see downtown Denver on the right side near the horizon (I hope it shows up on the 'net)

    pic 2) One of my favorite sections of trail on the front range

    pic3) From the scenic overlook section. Looks like the "big guy" was checking out my ride
    Pic #3 is sweet! Thanks for the new wallpaper on my computer!

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