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Next ride, be it pavement, trail or slickrock, bring your camera and up load a picture. We are due for some riding pictures in the lounge!
 

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A few from my latest bike trip to: Brianhead (Bunker Creek), Panguitch (Thunder Mtn), Crested Butte (Reno - Flag - Bear - Deadman's), CO Trail by Molas Pass, and Durango (CO Trail - Dry Fork - Hoffheins ). Sorry for posting more than one :)









 

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Sorry, dull picture, but one of the few we've taken. We were 8-9 miles into a 40 mile ride. That road is straight with a slight grade for a few miles, then it goes up into a GORGEOUS canyon. Those are the Ruby Mtns in the background.
 

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Ok, so we aren't riding. But this is cool - not counting the couples who were together, everyone on this ride ( Loon Lake, Idaho) met online though various mtb discussion groups ( not mtbr though, there are others. :D ) Gab and I hosted two couples from Sweden, who made arrangements via happymtb to meet in Idaho, with us.They had never met each other, we had never met all of them. Small world, eh? But the univeral language of singletrack is a real bond. This lake is the "destination" of this ride, 12 miles in on singletrack, have lunch and a swim, and then another 6 miles out along a beautiful rushing river...

 

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Badjenny, that shorts with snow photo rocks!!
That must be the most awesome experience to ride in snow but it be warm enough for shorts!
Is it just a bunch of machined man made snow?
 

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Badjenny, that shorts with snow photo rocks!!
That must be the most awesome experience to ride in snow but it be warm enough for shorts!
Is it just a bunch of machined man made snow?
Nope that is real snow and alot of it! That picture was taken June 10th while we attempted to pre-ride the Downieville Classic race course. It is a 28 mile race course, that picture was taken halfway thru the course. A good race time for that course is 2 1/2 to 3 hours. Our pre-ride took 6 1/2 hours. :eekster: We were prepared for that though, we knew there would still be huge snowdrifts. We had a great time that day, total adventure! That's me in the hole for the stop sign. :D
 
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