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  1. #8651
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    45min steep eeber climb, 1 1/2 hr hike a bike, 1/2 hr summit scramble finish sans eeb, slow tech dh top to bottomClick image for larger version. 

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  2. #8652
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    Tour of bucket list rides in NW Montana

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  3. #8653
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    It's that time of year already! Also, NBD.Click image for larger version. 

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    ride bikes, climb, ski, travel, cook, work to fund former, repeat.

  4. #8654
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    Hmm, uploader missed some of my pics. Larger versions as requested.
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  5. #8655
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    Coll pics (but you should make them bigger)

  6. #8656
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    Quote Originally Posted by grinch View Post
    45min steep eeber climb, 1 1/2 hr hike a bike, 1/2 hr summit scramble finish sans eeb, slow tech dh top to bottomClick image for larger version. 

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    Hell yeah, pics look great!!

    Crisp air this time of the year!


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  7. #8657
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    Quote Originally Posted by SkiLyft View Post
    Hell yeah, pics look great!!

    Crisp air this time of the year!


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    Thanks, nice to squeeze one in before the forecasted rain/snow. Crisp for sure. Thin primaloft vest and pants up with a shell for the down. Good temp

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  8. #8658
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    Late start means frequent shade breaks, but made a friend.

  9. #8659
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    Breck:
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  10. #8660
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    Montucky

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  11. #8661
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    Quote Originally Posted by bonewrenched View Post
    Late start means frequent shade breaks, but made a friend.
    East Bay hills?


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  12. #8662
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    Quote Originally Posted by panchosdad View Post
    Montucky

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    NW MT is so good this time of year! Love those sub alpine Larch turning. The fall bike porn stoke is so good in this thread right now!!


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  13. #8663
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    Quote Originally Posted by MagnificentUnicorn View Post
    East Bay hills?


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    Yeppers. Full on dust right now

  14. #8664
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    Quote Originally Posted by bonewrenched View Post
    Yeppers. Full on dust right now
    I miss riding there sometimes. Where were you?


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  15. #8665
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    Del Valle. 10 minute drive from my house and honestly not a bad spot for local laps.

  16. #8666
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    Some quick boost lapz before the precip rolls back inClick image for larger version. 

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  17. #8667
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    Nice cool day to head up to da bells
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    Fukt: a very small amount of snow.

  18. #8668
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    Quote Originally Posted by grinch View Post
    45min steep eeber climb, 1 1/2 hr hike a bike, 1/2 hr summit scramble finish sans eeb, slow tech dh top to bottom ….
    When you hike a heavier ebike, is it still worth having an ebike? Does the ease of climbing makes up for occasional hike?

  19. #8669
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lvovsky View Post
    When you hike a heavier ebike, is it still worth having an ebike? Does the ease of climbing makes up for occasional hike?
    It depends. It was partially exploratory. I had hik a biked it maybe 6 or 7 years ago and its a super fun dh in a nice spot. Im not sure if it was anymore work with the emtb in this case and when i was climbing its quite a fun challenge. Id like to go back when the traction is really good. Still be some hiking but maybe a few less get offs to hike.
    It was a 2nd option to a longer hike a bike that isnt as steep. That one will have a similar amount of hike a bike but 3 x more climbing on the emtb because its a bit less steep on average. Traditionally its known as a hike a bike. In the middle of nowhere with little use because of that. Amazing view and a great dh but i remember a lot of it being borderline hike or ride knowing if i hopped on to ride it wssnt going to last long before i blew only to repeat that over and over. Perfect for the E but its still going to take as much eco and trail as i can use knowing ill need a fair bit of boost. Over 5k of steep climbing and i only have the one 540w battery. Hoping the 1 hour of hiking that ill have to do regardless will be the clincher.We got shut down on this 1st/main plan because the loggers had the road closed. Now i have to wait for it to melt out. Checking on the loggers plans now in case the snow melts soon

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    Go forth and ride, then bring back pics

    Quote Originally Posted by Lvovsky View Post
    When you hike a heavier ebike, is it still worth having an ebike? Does the ease of climbing makes up for occasional hike?
    Most good ebikes have a walk mode, that gives a slight assist.
    I HAB a lot less on my ebike, than my regular bike.
    Usually a really steep pitch, with deep snow.

  21. #8671
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    Got a good one done in the home range on Saturday before the weather turned.
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    Buy the ticket...take the ride.

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    Got a few rides in between spectating WC events over the last week. Feels damn good to be back on the trails I learned to ride a bike on.

  23. #8673
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    ^^sick pics

    winter is coming

    low hanging fruit on a glorious fall day


  24. #8674
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    Go forth and ride, then bring back pics

    Park city riding is amazing right now! Pics from the last week or so of riding.

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  25. #8675
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    Quote Originally Posted by bonewrenched View Post
    Del Valle. 10 minute drive from my house and honestly not a bad spot for local laps.
    Do you ride Pleasanton Ridge?


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