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Old 02-01-12, 10:42 PM   #1
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Wonderful winding windy Wednesday!

Had a great day on the bike today. Over lunch I hit the path in Castle Rock and found some art work and a small jump park with single track. After work went over and did a little ridding at Quarry Mesa. The wind was really howling out there (Blew over some road closed signs type of blowing). Wnet up the asphalt path beside the road as the north face trail was still covered in snow and I am sure muddy! I hope to have more days like this.

I can't take pics and ride at the same time... LOL



Pretty cool art!



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Path back to work (Castle Rock in Back)

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Quarry Mesa!



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Old 02-02-12, 01:47 PM   #3
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LOVE the pics!
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Kind of strange to see the Trek instead of the old Schwinn. Looks like the new stead is getting you where you need to go though. Nice pics as usual.
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The Trek is doing alright, I might swap out the 18T for a 22T so I can ride more of the hills here!

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