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  1. #5526
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    Quote Originally Posted by b-bear View Post
    that is a haaaard crust

    No doubt. Nice in April, but they’ll pay later this season.

  2. #5527
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    Quote Originally Posted by b-bear View Post
    is that in the same area as your other photo from a week or so ago?
    that is a haaaard crust
    If your talking about the granite photo, no it’s a different area. Our first snow came in wet then we got some rain on top followed a few days later by a pretty solid freeze.

  3. #5528
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shredhead View Post
    No doubt. Nice in April, but they’ll pay later this season.
    It’s definitely an upside down snow pack, that hopefully heals, we will know more as the next series of storms roll in this week, today’s snow was wet so hopefully some bonding will occur

  4. #5529
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    I've been posting to much to discussions about biking and not sharing the stoke enough. Been out exploring my new neighborhood the last few weeks, here are some pics.

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    It sucks to suck.

  5. #5530
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    Really enjoy all of your pics. I need to start taking more pics and posting.

    Sunday was a spectacular day in Auburn, CA. Great ride and then beers and grub at Auburn Ale House.Click image for larger version. 

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  6. #5531
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    Quote Originally Posted by TahoeBC View Post


    ^^^ that almost makes winter look fun!
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  7. #5532
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    Went to StG for Turkey Day.

    Zen


    Three generations on Barrel Roll


    Hit up the new Snake Hollow bike park. The bike park gets an A for effort, but a C for execution. Some head scratching design choices which is a bummer since the overall construction quality is really high



    A few weeks back at the skate park. This is way burlier than it looks.

  8. #5533
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    Good stuff, Dan.

  9. #5534
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    Winter...Click image for larger version. 

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  10. #5535
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    Go forth and ride, then bring back pics

    Rudy’s still riding everyday, but just not as much, since the lift served is so good.

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    Stopping to take photos is torture.

  11. #5536
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    Heh. Murphy makes that fine, but hurry up expression when I make him pose for bike selfies, too.

  12. #5537
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    This is a mini grooming machine for riding single track on a fat bike.
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    Surprisingly fun.
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    Living on the coast unnecessary, but in the interior pretty cool for transition seasons and periods of low tide.


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  13. #5538
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    Quote Originally Posted by El Kanone View Post
    This is a mini grooming machine for riding single track on a fat bike.
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    Surprisingly fun.
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    Living on the coast unnecessary, but in the interior pretty cool for transition seasons and periods of low tide.


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    I think at least four clubs in Maine have bought that same rig. It was built for ice fishing apparently. It makes fun funner

  14. #5539
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    Woah, way to get after it in the snow! Ski season is starting up around here, still went down to Sedona instead on Sunday.
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    It sucks to suck.

  15. #5540
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    Afternoon ride

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    Go forth and ride, then bring back pics

    Santa Barbara backcountry late day / early evening. Always love coming back down here for work.

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  17. #5542
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    Quick end of the day ride.Click image for larger version. 

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  18. #5543
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    Quote Originally Posted by DolphinSki View Post
    Woah, way to get after it in the snow! Ski season is starting up around here, still went down to Sedona instead on Sunday.
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    Welcome to the Land Of Naz!

    Let me know if you're interested in going ski touring. When we have the snow it's pretty fun.
    dirtbag, not a dentist

  19. #5544
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    I was in Cedar City, UT area for the Griz vs Thunderbird game first weekend of November. Drive day we connected Show me the money with Wire Mesa loop:




    Game day we did a nice loop on the 3 peaks trail system:




    Full day ride on Sunday connecting ~10 miles of Grand View to Thunder Mountain. Grade A hike the bike on Proctor Trail:


    Thunder is good fun:


    Last day/drive home day, did a nice loop on Gooseberry:


    I had not done Secret Trail prior:

  20. #5545
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    Went to Moab with Baby Bear at the beginning of November. Rolled in and rode in the Navajo Rocks area that evening. Baby Bear thought her new Minions looked too new, so she rolled through a puddle in the parking lot and added 5 lbs to her bike for the first 100 meters.
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    Pretty purdy
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    Rode Ahab the next day, then Porc from Koko down. BB got a shot of me on the 'snotch.
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    And I took a solo trip to see some new things, and I accomplished that goal!
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    New bike stoke. I didn't drop it.
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    I put all those other tracks down with the Promaster
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    It's not on Trailforks, but it is on Google Earth.
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    Saxon/Mr. Toads. Only had time for a quick out (woof!) and back (yass)
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  21. #5546
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    Go forth and ride, then bring back pics

    Back from Florida, do I miss riding in shorts and jerseys? Yep, for sure. But I miss the hills way more. I rode 17.5 miles in Naples, one day, last week, 16 feet of vert, crazy shit. It’s all about speed and and headwinds and bridges. And those cats fly down there. At one point I looked down at the screen, Sunday morning group ride, as I was peddling at 29.5. FKNA. Today was totally the opposite, but it was awesome. 5.7 average, 5 miles with 580 vert.

    Bikes are good

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    crab in my shoe mouth

  22. #5547
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    Quote Originally Posted by ticketchecker View Post
    I think at least four clubs in Maine have bought that same rig. It was built for ice fishing apparently. It makes fun funner
    Our local club has a snow dog, definatly better than snow shoeing trails.

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  23. #5548
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    Quote Originally Posted by raisingarizona13 View Post
    Welcome to the Land Of Naz!

    Let me know if you're interested in going ski touring. When we have the snow it's pretty fun.
    Thanks! I'm definitely interested, sent you a PM.

    More Sedona, can't get enough of it.
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    It sucks to suck.

  24. #5549
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    From today in the shire

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    crab in my shoe mouth

  25. #5550
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    Was in Santa Cruz for Thanksgiving week with the wife and kids. Got
    lots of quality family time:


    Also a couple full day rides in before the rain. First ride day did
    Flow and Braille and then connected back to Santa Cruz:




    Second ride day, Started at Graham Hill Road to Wilder State Beach and
    back to Arana Gulch park via the beach path:




    Third ride day was with a buddy who lives in the Bay area, started in
    Pogonip and lapped some UCSC trails prior to big rain storm.

    Awesome trails!

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