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WKD-RDR said:
Fabulous ride fellas, hope to ride again ... soon. :yesnod:

I'll remember my camera next time.
I'll call that picture of you, "anticipation."
 

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Debaser said:
As a side note, once you've got poop smeared all over your face, it doesn't really matter what kind of poop it is.
Classic effin line....classic.
Pretty sure it wasn't from a horses a$$
Certainly much nastier:

Nice slide in to home base SubShiv! :thumbsup: CHACHACHA!

If it doesn't snow a lot this week, we should do it again next weekend.

Wonder how the massive trip to Pueblo went.:confused:
 

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Yes. Poop is poop.
Especially when smeared on your face.
Although, all things considered.... I guess the sunny side of this incident was that had it been from a horse, there would have been substantially more of it. I'm thinking about carrying a gun with me on future rides to:
A. Clear the trail of feces with gunfire.
B. Unleash on irresponsible dog owners.
Discuss.
 

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Between Pueblo and here, which trails are better?

The obvious trade off being Loveland is closer to me than Pueblo. I'm riding Sunday.
 

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Rontele said:
Between Pueblo and here, which trails are better?

The obvious trade off being Loveland is closer to me than Pueblo. I'm riding Sunday.
Everyone knows the best trails are in Colorado Springs...
 

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Rontele said:
Between Pueblo and here, which trails are better?

The obvious trade off being Loveland is closer to me than Pueblo. I'm riding Sunday.
My wife was just up at the Backbone today...said it was nice, we are heading up there on Sunday if you are interested RT. We are going out on Saturday night, so probably won't be any early starts for us.
 

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Rontele said:
Between Pueblo and here, which trails are better?

The obvious trade off being Loveland is closer to me than Pueblo. I'm riding Sunday.
Difficult, really. I'd recommend Pueblo as the better play ground. Some nice canyons to shred, ugly rollers, some ledges and a couple of bridges. Loveland (Devil's Backbone, Bob Cat, ...) has less features to play. But if all you are looking for is single track both are great.
 

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Saturday was fun. A bit muddier than I'd prefer, but only in relatively short, shady stretches. Thanks for the ride!







 

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Today at Ginny Trail.... Perfect conditions... minus my near-frozen hands.


even with a little dusting of snow


Cold at the top though.....
 

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sgltrak said:
Still mud in the shadows on Ginny? Maxwell / Shoreline was nice today.
Not yesterday. Temp topped at 34 so that stuff was all firm. A few places had small batches of ice which was easy to avoid, but no mud.
 
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