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Nothing here. Super slop in Lyons. :(
Rode past the boulder res north boulder stuff today adn no way on any of it.
 

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Nothing southwest of Denver. Still more than a 1/2 foot in my yard and it's sun-exposed.

Kinda early for cabin-fever up there, ain't it? :D
 

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Some of the Aurora trails might be OK. We didn't get as much snow as other parts, it seems.
 

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Find your most popular hiking trail and hit it at dawn Sunday. You'll get your work out if the hikers have done their job.
 

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Palmer Park done here in C/S is great; if you go early morning or at night when its frozen. I'll probably night ride there tomorrow.
 

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What the day/night temps in Moab these days?
 

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No trails this weekend, but I did cram in some bike path miles on the Platte River trail and the Clear Creek trail. 19 on Saturday, 21.5 Sunday. With all the melting ice and snow, I actually managed to get pretty wet and muddy both days despite being on a paved bike path. :p The winds were pretty strong this weekend also. You definitely noticed it when you were pushing into that stiff headwind. It's not glamorous, but...riding is riding right? I'm just glad I got a chance to get out on the bike.
 

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2011-2-13-Union Pass

This is about 2 miles with some fun on the return.
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Did a road ride all around boulder yesterday....way too muddy still even with all the crazy wind. Hopefully some things should dy out by wedsday or thursday if the warm weather continues
 

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BaeckerX1 said:
No trails this weekend, but I did cram in some bike path miles on the Platte River trail and the Clear Creek trail. 19 on Saturday, 21.5 Sunday. With all the melting ice and snow, I actually managed to get pretty wet and muddy both days despite being on a paved bike path. :p The winds were pretty strong this weekend also. You definitely noticed it when you were pushing into that stiff headwind. It's not glamorous, but...riding is riding right? I'm just glad I got a chance to get out on the bike.
We put together a 50 mile bike path ride on Saturday. Most of the bike paths are plowed except for the Sand Creek path out in Aurora. It was almost like mountain biking. Good times on the skinny tires.
 

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We put together a 50 mile bike path ride on Saturday. Most of the bike paths are plowed except for the Sand Creek path out in Aurora. It was almost like mountain biking. Good times on the skinny tires.
Great tee shirt: "It was almost like mountain biking"
 

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All about the tarmac all of last week, this weekend, and at least for next couple of days.

I'm lucky that I have Deer Creek Canyon rd pretty much out the front door, so I can get plenty of climbing in. Lots of Deer Creek-Highgrade action last week on the SS and then Deer Creek-Turkey Creek--Parmalee--Bear Creek with the hammerhead group on the geared MTB yesterday
 
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