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Thursdays Pre work ride!

Old 02-26-10, 10:28 AM
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Thursdays Pre work ride!

Went to a new place with a friend of mine. Had a great time riding (at times trying to ride) in the snow. Some parts of the trail had been packed down my XC skiers, hikers, snowshoe folks etc. We did manage to get one area of freshies WOO HOO!!! I love being first tracks in the snow!











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Hopping rocks eh? Just how good is the suspension on your bike?
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LOL, Thanks for the comliment!

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Hopping rocks eh? Just how good is the suspension on your bike?
It bottoms out on the big drops like that hahahahaha
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interesting formations. thanks for sharing
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I drove by Castle Rock last thursday on my way back from San Fran and thought about your last trail riding post. Made me extremely jealous since as soon as I got off the plane in Philly I realized it is still going to be a good couple of weeks until the trails are ridable in my area.

Looks like fun.
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I drove by Castle Rock last thursday on my way back from San Fran and thought about your last trail riding post. Made me extremely jealous since as soon as I got off the plane in Philly I realized it is still going to be a good couple of weeks until the trails are ridable in my area.

Looks like fun.
I have extra bikes, should have stopped by.
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Next time I am in town I will. Looks like the next time I will be back in Denver is sometime around August.
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Next time I am in town I will. Looks like the next time I will be back in Denver is sometime around August.
All the snow will be gone by then LOL
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