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Palmer park is very technical but not very long. You can do multiple loops (or ride all the trails) to lengthen your ride. Not sure what current conditions are. It's definitely worth checking out.
Pueblo reservoir has some good technical stuff as well but is a bit further of a drive.
 

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Come to HTMP and Lory Park. You could spend the whole day riding and not repeating trails. You could climb and descend techy trails or ride the service roads up and go down the techy stuff.
 

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check out Ginny trail at Bobcat Ridge open space, just NW of Loveland/SW of FoCo
 

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Palmer Park, Ute Valley, as well as most of the trails in Colorado Springs should all be good to go. I rode at Palmer Park on Tuesday, and it was bone dry. Agree...it's not super long, but you can get 13-15 miles in without repeating.
 

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Yep, Horsetooth and Ginny. Ginny is not as long, 1.5 - 2 hour ride as a loop if I remember correctly. They are dry right now too.
 

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Come to HTMP and Lory Park. You could spend the whole day riding and not repeating trails. You could climb and descend techy trails or ride the service roads up and go down the techy stuff.
Agreed.. and some super fun trails, I try to get up there a few times a year at the least.
 

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Don't come to Monument the trails are flat and boring. :smilewinkgrin:
 

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Devil's Backbone, Blue Sky, Indian Summer, Bobcat Ridge, Horsetooth, Lory and back is a great day on the bike in Spring or Fall.
 
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