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Definately worth the drive if you haven't been on dirt in a while! This time of the year when you need a fix, Pueblo will fit the bill. There are miles of long snaking singletrack and tough technical canyons to make your sphincter pucker. There are about 7 or 8 tough canyons or arroyos if you need a challenge. Dig around here there are many threads with tons of pueblo pics and videos. Anyone care to repost vids or pics here to show people what pueblo has to offer.billybobzia said:Can someone give me some info on these trails? looked at the map and the pics but not much there.. Is it worth the drive from Denver? How Challenging? How many miles of trails? pics would be great...
Hey Joe...cool pics! Thinking of coming down Wednesday next week. We are up here in Fort Collins and need some tecky,rocky trails to ride. What are the names of those trails you were on?..Thanks Dan:thumbsup:JOEMTBR COLORADO said:Glad to see you guys are setting up a site we can use as a tool to help maintain trails and extend the life of the park.
Pueblo never dissapoints, if your looking for a stiff xc ride or some all around challenge, there is enough there to make us all happy.
Joe - We'll be in the Pueblo area. So since it looks like we'll be only there for a day, we'll want to make sure we get our money's worth! ThanksJOEMTBR COLORADO said:Dan,
Where are you going to be, Pueblo or C/S.
Either way not a problem helping you plan a solid day.
I don't have a shop I am the president of the trail club and work with the Great Divide bike shop. They have maps and the last time I us up at Colo. Cyclist I saw some there also.hitek79 said:Where is your shop Ozzie? I'd like to pick up a map next time I'm down there.