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  1. #7151
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    FKNA BRO!!

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  3. #7153
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    Teaching a friend to MTB at Wilder in exchange for some surf lessons, nice relaxing change of pace from the other hectic spots around here. Beautiful weather as always.
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  4. #7154
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    Western mass chunk
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    Good dirt, bad mosquitoes
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  5. #7155
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    Temps are cool and the wildflowers are popping high in the Wasatch:

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    Perfect for after work chunk.

  6. #7156
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dantheman View Post
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    Totally guessing thats Woodward, if so, what's the bike scene there?

  7. #7157
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    Blew off work early for an evening ride last night, taken with a really sweaty smartphone as I had to hammer most of the ride to get it done before dark. Lots of crowded trailheads on the weekends this year and a bit more difficult personal schedule has made the weekend epics tough to pull off. But every once in a while a good weekday opportunity comes up in the evening and I have to admit - the light is incredible and the hikers are nowhere to be seen.




















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    Quote Originally Posted by Boissal View Post
    Temps are cool and the wildflowers are popping high in the Wasatch:

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    Perfect for after work chunk.
    I love how completely misleading that second spot is. The first time you roll up there you're all "Damn, this section is going to be sweet!" 50 yards later it's barely-there goat path HAB for almost a mile. Still totally worth it, but funny as hell.

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    Totally guessing thats Woodward, if so, what's the bike scene there?
    Yeah, Woodward. Very few people around generally. The outdoor skateparks are more skate-centric and not as good for bikes as the public parks in Sandy, Draper and West Valley which is a bit of a bummer. But, they're also not overrun with people so...trade-offs. DJs are excellent. He hasn't ridden the lifts yet, but probably will tonight. The word we got from friends when they opened was that all the effort went into the "Black" trail which is actually a XL pro line, and the other two trails had been thrown together in a hurry and kinda sucked.

    That was awhile ago, though, and I think they've improved the other two trails. I think they have a pretty serious trail crew. The DJs seem to be perfectly manicured all the time. We got a pretty sweet membership deal when they first opened. If you're paying full boat for a membership or day tickets the price is a bit steep for what's there--unless you have mar123-levels skills and can ride the XL lines. The pro DJ line is...wow.

  9. #7159
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    Go forth and ride, then bring back pics

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    when you started (i think) that thread about bmx bikes for tots i didn’t quite realize what the groms get into these days! sick!!
    They got a name for the winners in the world

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  10. #7160
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    Quote Originally Posted by ridinshockgun View Post
    Blew off work early for an evening ride last night, taken with a really sweaty smartphone as I had to hammer most of the ride to get it done before dark. Lots of crowded trailheads on the weekends this year and a bit more difficult personal schedule has made the weekend epics tough to pull off. But every once in a while a good weekday opportunity comes up in the evening and I have to admit - the light is incredible and the hikers are nowhere to be seen.



















    Dang.
    Well maybe I'm the faggot America
    I'm not a part of a redneck agenda

  11. #7161
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    ^What he said. Looks nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dantheman View Post
    I love how completely misleading that second spot is. The first time you roll up there you're all "Damn, this section is going to be sweet!" 50 yards later it's barely-there goat path HAB for almost a mile. Still totally worth it, but funny as hell.
    I hear you, for some reason I had pushed the quality of the "trail" on that ridge out of my mind despite having ran it dozens of times over the year. I rolled up to the spot and I couldn't believe how nice on an alpine singletrack I was on. Then I rounded the corner and the bike went up on my back for a good while.
    The descent is rad on that one though! So cool to visit in the summer, I had never done it despite spending at least 20 days in that drainage every winter.

  13. #7163
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    Boring, I know, but we’ve prolly put more miles on this dumb thing than the previous owners combined.
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    Also, things are dry, but good:
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    Well maybe I'm the faggot America
    I'm not a part of a redneck agenda

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  15. #7165
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    It's Alpine time of year, Panorama resort across the valley

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    Still some snow left in places

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    Paradise mines

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    Lakeside lunch with the Lakeside crew

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  20. #7170
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    pano-dude--amazing stuff!

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    Nice shots pano and Dan, those groms man.. wow.

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  23. #7173
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    New-to-me area Grouse Ridge delivered the mega-gnar and gorgeous scenery for the last 2 days.Click image for larger version. 

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

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    That kids got style!

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  25. #7175
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    A few pics from the last week or so in SW Montana

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