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  1. #176
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  2. #177
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    These little suckers are all over the trails this time of year.


    Brief spin at Trumble last friday, before working all weekend.


    A buddy from away got some local tours.
    Florence Nightingale's Stormtrooper

  3. #178
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    Quote Originally Posted by gravitylover View Post
    Donkeykong - Where is that in your pics? It's not too rocky Looks like the kinda place I enjoy.
    Rothrock forest in central PA. best place you never heard of, if you like rocks.

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    Crans Montana last weekend with Incompetent Boob...






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    Mid Mountain Trail, Park City
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  6. #181
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    Be careful about buying snowboard goggles for skiing. Snowboard goggles come in right eye and left eye (for goofy-footers) dominant models. This can make it hard to see correctly when skiing because you are facing straight down the hill, not sideways.

  7. #182
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    CO Trail south of Twin Lakes






  8. #183
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    This is my fiance's first season. Before this year, the last bike she owned had training wheels and little mermaid stickers on it. She has come a long way in a very short amount of time.

    Spring Fruita trip:

    Camp


    Rustler Loop


    A little friend we met on Prime Cut


    There were a lot of flowers out




    Pre-ride


    Hot Tomato deliciousness


    Touristy shot


    Acting all cute during a break


    Early Summer on the Ogden BST:

    Everything was so green and the trail was super buff (Rainbow Garden area)








    These little guys were out in force






    Good ol' Utah gravel


    This month we decided she enjoyed the sport enough to justify a legit FS bike. I bought her a brand new Specialized Safire. She named it "Ladybug" and is absolutely in love with it.


    She rode Coldwater Canyon Overlook like a champ, making every switchback on the way up and absolutely shredded on the way down. I was super proud. No pics from that ride.

    We rode Dog Lake, but mistakenly took the Little Water trail up. It was steep and nasty, mostly hike a bike for a good mile or so.










    The down was fun though




    We rode it again on this Wednesday and took the right trail this time. She absolutely killed it.














    Its been a good bike season so far.
    All I know is that I don't know nothin'... and that's fine.

  9. #184
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    The post above=win!
    come join me, rideit, and all the other retarts at f88me. Now under new management!

  10. #185
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    Anzere on Wednesday...




  11. #186
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    the way I remember it:


    reality:


    Still, Whistler was a complete blast!
    come join me, rideit, and all the other retarts at f88me. Now under new management!

  12. #187
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    ^Always seems to be bigger in our heads, huh. Its like fish stories.
    All I know is that I don't know nothin'... and that's fine.

  13. #188
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    py, old, too big for him Trek XC hardtail? Yes, it made bad noises upon landing.


    Local gnomes have been putting up signage.
    Florence Nightingale's Stormtrooper

  14. #189
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    Quote Originally Posted by funkendrenchman View Post
    CO Trail south of Twin Lakes
    I really enjoy that ride, did it last summer. I was just N of you last weekend.

    CO Trail N of Twin Lakes



    It is by riding a bicycle that you learn the contours of a country best, since you have to sweat up the hills and coast down them. –Ernest Hemingway

  15. #190
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    Rothrock Forest, PA.

    delicious singletrack with a view.



    our trails are fairly chunky.







    the long ride up. 1,300 vert in 3 miles.


    the reward.


















    looking down on amish land. lots of horse and buggy action down there, they mean business. fortunately the horse crap on the trail was kept to a minimum.











  16. #191
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    The Bresilien last weekend with Incompetant Boob...

    Over that mountain and down the other side


    Summit


    Day-sohnt


    Fin

  17. #192
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    Ripzalot- Your photos make me really want to make a bike trip to Europe. I think competing in the Megavalanche may be on my bike-based bucket list.

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  19. #194
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    Been riding more this year than any other time in my life.
    50K race is next week, and training for it has been the best excuse to be on my bike pretty much all the time.
    I don't like being in front of the camera and I really don't like being on video.
    But, I've become very comfortable on my bike, that I don't really care anymore...

    If you're too scared to ride the right side of the Spine, you might as well clean the left
    you sketchy character, you

  20. #195
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    the new frisbee ridge trail should be a classic

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    adam is offline The Shred Pirate Roberts
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    Buddy on Ring Dyke at Hartmans today.

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    the new frisbee ridge trail should be a classic
    Nice!

    That's on my to-do list in the next couple of weeks.
    Flying the Bluehouse colors in Western Canada! Let me know if you want some rad skis!!

    "He is god of snow; the one called Ullr. Son of Sif, step son of Thor. He is so fierce a bowman and ski-runner that none may contend! He is quite beautiful to look upon and has all the characteristics of a warrior. It is wise to invoke the name of Ullr in duels!"

    -The Gylfaginning

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gripen View Post
    Nice!

    That's on my to-do list in the next couple of weeks.
    everyone seems to rly enjoying it. both times we left a truck at the boulder parking lot and finished with the dh trail. we ended climbing somewhere over 2000 ft and descending 4500+. i'm on the injured list again but if you need someone to drive your vehicle down , shoot me a msg. if i'm able the daytimer is pretty much empty

  25. #200
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    Great weekend with the wife, some friends and my new bike!

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    Buy the ticket...take the ride.

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