I remember when Horse Gulch was little more than a dump and the scene of high school keggers. I much prefer it as it is now. However, my experience of Horse Gulch in the wet is one of insanely sticky mud -- what we called "gumbo". If it's frozen, that's one thing, but during the mud season -- ughh! And winter in Durango meant time on a set of tele skis on Molas Pass... But that was when it actually use to snow in Durango. I'm supposed to be in Durango to visit family right after Christmas -- by the looks of it I might want to bring my bike intsead of skis...Carzuk said:Yes Horse Gulch in the winter can be oh so sweet!
I got a Moots stem a couple of weeks ago, and I was worried about the Jones bar slipping. I've used Thomson stems exclusively with the H-bars, and they would chirp and creak occasionally, which drove me nuts. I'd also have to readjust the bar once in a while because of slipping. So far with the Moots/Jones setup I haven't had a single chirp, creak, or slip.PeT said:What's your impressions of the Jones bar/Moots stem set-up in terms of stiffness?