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Old 11-16-07, 10:07 PM   #1
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Hi from Morrison, CO

Hi all,
Thanks for helping to create such a great and informative forum. I'm a year round commuter from Mineapolis who recently moved to CO. I'm looking forward to milder winter rides and contributing to and learning from this great site.
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Old 11-16-07, 10:13 PM   #2
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Hello surly power, I think I can guess what bike you've got .

Feel free to contribute good advice and tips to the Winter Cycling forum. Even though you no longer have to brave the extreme conditions of Minnesota, I think a fair number of folks would still consider riding in Colorado in the winter to be fairly daunting.

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Welcome, I lived north of you in Golden for a long time. Colorado is only a bit warmer then Minneapolis. Just a lot drier, especially in the summer. When you are used to the altitude a ride to Evergreen, then Bergen Park, and on up Mt. Evans can be fun. For the two months a year the road is cleared past Summit Lake. look into the Denver Bicycle Touring Club for fun and any of the racing teams for otherwise.
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Welcome to Bike Forums!

Since you commute year round you might want to check out our Living Car Free section.
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