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  1. #3951
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    ^^^ That's near Winthrop, WA, and yes, they pull some groomer/weight thing behind a snow machine. So the multi-use trails are wider, and these are bike only, so they're much smoother. I just had 4 of their best days this winter. Hard grippy snow. I didn't know it then, but dogs are allowed on these trails, too. Hmmmm...
    Well maybe I'm the faggot America
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  2. #3952
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    Went for a ride.
    Climbed slowly from the house for 15 minutes and stopped here for a breakClick image for larger version. 

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    Kept riding. Stopped here cause it was prettyClick image for larger version. 

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    Turned around here. Losing light.Click image for larger version. 

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    Got dark so I grabbed the dog and did a another 2 miles.Click image for larger version. 

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  3. #3953
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  4. #3954
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    Pics from last weekend... Friend was visiting from Phx looking to ride. Storm on Friday chased us up to OC where trails would be better.

    Did a big Santa Anas loop on Saturday, up Trabuco down San Juan and back across Caspers


    Climbing up Trabuco




    San Juan





    All fire roads across Caspers




    Los Pinos is classic Santa Anas, following along the top of a ridge.

    Depending on your climbing strength there are 8 to 17 hike a bikes



    New addition to the register box



    Riding off Los Pinos peak



    Looking back up the ridgeline we descended, from high point in the middle

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  5. #3955
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    Not sure why pics above aren't showing up.... they work on another local forum.

  6. #3956
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    It was completely clear when I left the house. I had a great view of the partial eclipse, but by the time we got to the top of the hill and the eclipse was total, a solid bank of cloud moved in.


  7. #3957
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    Quote Originally Posted by evasive_MT View Post
    It was completely clear when I left the house. I had a great view of the partial eclipse, but by the time we got to the top of the hill and the eclipse was total, a solid bank of cloud moved in.

    Bummer man! Cloudy in Southern Oregon too. Saw bits and pieces of it...

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  8. #3958
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    Crater Lake delivered.

    Fresh and Deep.
    I love my family. Kids are the best.
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  9. #3959
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    Go forth and ride, then bring back pics

    Quote Originally Posted by buildakicker View Post
    Bummer man! Cloudy in Southern Oregon too. Saw bits and pieces of it...

    Fresh and Deep.
    It was still a fun ride. And I watched the moon rise while grilling last night.

  10. #3960
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    Ride last weekend





    On Sunday I took the moto up Black Mtn near Ramona and did some other exploring



    The local club is starting design soon on a project which will eventually have 80mi of MTB trail in the valley below. Looks like the higher trails will have an ocean view





    70mi total ride, only saw a handful of other motos and vehicles


  11. #3961
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    Left the bike outside last night.

    Remind me. We'll send him a red cap and a Speedo.

  12. #3962
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    Got out last Saturday for the first ride of the season up here in north Idaho. Nice thing is that it's been warm and rainy. I'll get a few more rides in this week before I get shreddy on the skis this weekend
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  13. #3963
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    Go forth and ride, then bring back pics

    Finally got up the gumption to send the big drop on Barrel. Thingís been taunting me for years. Loving SoUt this winter. Temps and dirt have been good in the Salt Lake Valley too though. Bobsledís the best itís been in two years, díoh!

    Frame grab from vid so not the best quality but...
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    Resting on the couch with a bag of frozen peas now. Weather just turned colder but not much snow in the forecast so good timing to get snipped, hahaha.

    ✂️🥜
    There's nothing better than sliding down snow... flying through the air.

  14. #3964
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    Nice dude! We're headed that way in two weeks. I need to get Sam on Barrel. Have you ridden AMA? Otter was telling me about it last week, but besides a few clips on youtube I haven't found much info so I assume its less than official. Looks cool though. If you know where it starts shoot me a PM.

  15. #3965
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    Go forth and ride, then bring back pics

    Less than official. I scoped it out last week and found a couple lines. I think there are three top to bottom lines. Some sketchy moves and some big jumps. The right (east) line is pretty straightforward until the bottom, below KLC. Cool stuff to work on though. Definitely puts St. Geo on the map in terms of progression for me.

    Hereís Steve on the east line, like I said, pretty straightforward until you get down to the bottom. The west lines are bigger and sketchier. Thereís stuff all through that area. Then thereís Loganís DH line off the back too.

    https://youtu.be/DDW3Wr2mRrM
    There's nothing better than sliding down snow... flying through the air.

  16. #3966
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    I need to just give up on winter and come down and ride with you guys.

    All this yelling at the sky isn't doing any good.
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  17. #3967
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    Iíve officially given up. I donít have a season pass for the first time in 26 years. Come on out Man!
    There's nothing better than sliding down snow... flying through the air.

  18. #3968
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    Quote Originally Posted by beaterdit View Post
    I’ve officially given up.
    I would have too by now if it weren't for the kiddo's unbridled enthusiasm and total indifference to shit-fuck conditions.

    Would certainly be down to go for a rip with the woo child!

  19. #3969
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    Quote Originally Posted by beaterdit View Post
    Less than official. I scoped it out last week and found a couple lines. I think there are three top to bottom lines. Some sketchy moves and some big jumps. The right (east) line is pretty straightforward until the bottom, below KLC. Cool stuff to work on though. Definitely puts St. Geo on the map in terms of progression for me.
    Is the the stuff that goes down through the middle of the KLC loop?

  20. #3970
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    Yep, it's called "AMA". For those not in the medical field: Against Medical Advice, ha!
    There's nothing better than sliding down snow... flying through the air.

  21. #3971
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    New bike-ish!


    Only a couple rides yet, but is fun. Me likey.






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  22. #3972
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    Quote Originally Posted by scrublover View Post
    New bike-ish!


    Only a couple rides yet, but is fun. Me likey.






    Sick bike! I like the paint job. I was curious about that rear shock tho. Is it mounted into the frame?

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  23. #3973
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    Nice new rig! Also jealous of your snow free trails. Skiing ain't so hot now and for the foreseeable future and I wanna ride some dirt!

  24. #3974
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    Quote Originally Posted by HankScorpio View Post
    Nice new rig! Also jealous of your snow free trails. Skiing ain't so hot now and for the foreseeable future and I wanna ride some dirt!
    Well, this was when things were still frozen. Slop mud season now, so I've been hitting the wifes rowing machine and walking the dog a bunch. 'Gonna try some trail tomorrow and see if things have dried enough, at least in some of the higher and more well drained areas.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bdog325 View Post
    Sick bike! I like the paint job. I was curious about that rear shock tho. Is it mounted into the frame?
    Yeah, it's sort of in a little pocket. Similar to how some of the Specialized bikes mount them, but a dit deeper into the tube. It's a pretty freakin' wide TT at that back end to get it to fit. Not at all bothersome though. $699 for the frame was a happy deal. It's exactly what I was after.
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  25. #3975
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    Sweet ride Scrub, is that the 160mm bike? How's she pedal and climb?
    There's nothing better than sliding down snow... flying through the air.

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