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Old 06-24-02, 07:28 AM   #1
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On Vacation!!!! Anyone in CO want to go riding!

My wife and I are on our way to CO for a couple of weeks. WHO HOO!!!

We'll be cruising around the state and trying to avoid forest fires.

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I am currently at my condo in Summit County (near Silverthorne, Frisco, Dillon), and will be here until about July 6th. No fires anyplace nearby (so far)!!

If you are in the area (and you should be if you are biking in Colorado), give me a call at either 970 513 9022 (condo) or my cell phone (303 358 5578).

We currently have four bikes with us (isn't that overdoing it a bit??)

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Old 06-24-02, 10:28 AM   #3
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Hey,

Won't be able to drive up there, but there are a TON of trails around there to ride....if you are unfamiliar with the terrain, pick up a book or talk to some people in a local shop, and they'll hook you up. Depending on how good your cardio is, you should have a blast (some of the trails up there are 11-12,000 in elevation). But there are other trails around there as well...so have fun, and remember...no matches !!!!

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