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Old 07-02-09, 05:10 PM   #1
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My post work ride 7-1-09

Went and did the Dakota/Matthew Loop.... On my Single Speed I call it DEATH MARCH!! I have done it on my geared bike..oh how I missed it today.. BUT I DID IT! Here is a write up from another website on the trail ---> http://netcairns.com/wiki/index.php?...s_Winters_Loop


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Old 07-02-09, 08:55 PM   #2
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Beautiful place....tough on the rims, I'll bet.
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No worse than other places I ride for the rims.. The views are just great though!
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i would fall of my bike every 10 or 12 feet
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that trail is awsome, makes me want to move back to Colorado
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i would fall of my bike every 10 or 12 feet
With a little practice on the terrian you'd be just fine!
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that trail is awsome, makes me want to move back to Colorado
I love it here, what made you move?
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Seeing pictures like those make me want to take up mountain biking.
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wow those log steps are AWESOME... gorgeous trail...

wife and I talk about moving to CO from time to time... the company she works for has their corporate office over there... seeing pics like that sure makes me consider it... be neat to live where I was born... only got to spend 4 weeks there... and another week visiting when I was 12 haha
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Seeing pictures like those make me want to take up mountain biking.
You should do it, just start easy and go from there!
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wow those log steps are AWESOME... gorgeous trail...

wife and I talk about moving to CO from time to time... the company she works for has their corporate office over there... seeing pics like that sure makes me consider it... be neat to live where I was born... only got to spend 4 weeks there... and another week visiting when I was 12 haha
So technically you are a native...LOL
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