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CO Mountain Biker Puts Up Rogue Signs At Trailhead

The trails around Golden, Colorado might be some of the Front Range’s finest singletrack, but they have certainly had their fair share of controversy. I mean, it’s no real surprise considering they are right outside one of the fastest-growing and already most densely-populated areas of the Mountain West. The conflict between mountain bikers and other trail users just took a pretty funny turn, when a rogue mountain biker put up some absolutely awesome homemade signs at the trailhead.

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The anonymous mountain biker in question took matters in his own hands after an official sign seemed a bit harsh. Check out what they had to say in the pictures.

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