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    Snowbound? Rejoice, Your Salvation Hath Arrived!

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    73 degrees and sunny, yet again, here in the front range. It's getting mundane....
    You'd think that CC would get in his car and drive a few hundred miles to the west to get some riding in...
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    i like how the dude is riding it outside. nothing like nice weather so that you can take that spinning bike out in the sunshine, eh?
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    Rollers are better but only bearable with TV. The latest rollers let you rock side to side and back and forth but they are really expensive:

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    fock all ya'll. It was like 10 degree in KY this AM..
    Nothing to see here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HubbaMan
    But wait !!!!
    There's more!!
    So realistic! All that's missing is someone to throw empty beer bottles and maybe hit him with a handheld car door.
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    Snow and cold got you down? Do you long for blue skies?

    Come to sunny Colorado, where the trails are dry, the sky is blue...at least till the next snowstorm hits this weekend.





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    Disgusting trail conditions

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    Quote Originally Posted by dHarriet
    i like how the dude is riding it outside. nothing like nice weather so that you can take that spinning bike out in the sunshine, eh?
    That dude is a chic, former DH world champ

    xcguy- I'm worried about this summer, the riding is fine right now but we will pay later

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    Quote Originally Posted by rroeder
    xcguy- I'm worried about this summer, the riding is fine right now but we will pay later
    What's the best tire for riding on charcoal and ashes?
    I was in Utah yesterday (not to ride unfortunately) but everything from Grand Junction to Green River is free of snow and looks perfect for riding. Rabbit Valley this weekend maybe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rroeder
    That dude is a chic, former DH world champ

    xcguy- I'm worried about this summer, the riding is fine right now but we will pay later
    You are entirely correct. The earlier part of our winter it snowed enough to keep things wet. Some riding could be had during storms. Now, with the driest Feb. on record (at least at DIA) I do ride these dry trails thinking it's just not right. Where's the drifts in the shade at least? We could use a mini-March Blizzard just to even things up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rroeder
    I'm worried about this summer, the riding is fine right now but we will pay later
    Unfortunately, that may be an understatement. Denver topped century old record highs yesterday, and has broken highs each of the last three days. Driest February on record. Rode in shorts last night at 8pm. It was 52 degrees at Copper Mountain skiing last Sunday. Throw in diminishing snow packs and dead lodgepoles, and it ain't lookin pretty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Renegade
    You'd think that CC would get in his car and drive a few hundred miles to the west to get some riding in...
    You had me until I got to the "riding" part.

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