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ahhhhh... pueblo. nary an ice crystal in sight. shorts and short-sleeves. dry dirt. technical riding. good times.

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thanks for the hard work, pueblo-ites (and for sharing). :thumbsup:

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cafe arriba has some d*mn fine green chile to boot!
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icegeek said:
it was a powder day
not where we were ridin' my friend... ;)

btw, athalliah got some karmic payback today-- we were on trail for less than 100 feet when she got a flat tire (sound familiar?).

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i don't think you're getting your bike back.
 

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Not bein a jerk...really

but does everyone ride with knee/elbow pads and shin gaurds when rollin XC these days?
or has Pueblo rez put in some DH trails?
:confused: :confused: :confused:

I'm totally jealous, I havent ridin a mtn bike in a month
 

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Let armor = leg warmers this time of the year. Plus the trails we chose sure made the leg armor a good idea. It appears you can make your ride more pedaly or more technical, there are options in Pueblo. We rode for 4 or 5 hours and I don't think we got 12 miles of trail under our tires.

Great riding withe everyone.

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jdcat,
The trail in the pics with the ladder is "Free Ride." It is a quarter mile of "freeride" fun. There are other trails in the finger canyons that are much like Free Ride. All are quite short, however.
If you want some longer dirt miles, the Outer Limits and Voodoo loops are smooth singletrack with almost no elevation gain (I don't know if the other pics were of one of these loops).
 

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WKD-RDR said:
but does everyone ride with knee/elbow pads and shin gaurds when rollin XC these days?
or has Pueblo rez put in some DH trails?
:confused: :confused: :confused:

I'm totally jealous, I havent ridin a mtn bike in a month
With sharp rocks, cactus, and some fun and intense DH lines, arm and Leg armor is good to have there. I nailed a tree with my knuckles/handlebars and went sailing into rock (using not only my leg/arm pad, but also my DH armored gloves!
 
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