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Jeff Snyder

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My buddy Gary in Fruita
 
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Love the picture. Just road that trail yesterday in overcast skies
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Jeff Snyder

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"All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others."
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Horse thief mountain bike trail, Fruita, CO
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Mountain bike pro and coach Neil 'the Don' Donoghue lays out the 5 must-have skills to master switchbacks, step-ups, log overs, sketchy line choices and...
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Kirk Johnson

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Sunday Ride - Buffalo Creek
https://goo.gl/TrQ08N

Clockwise: south up the Nice Kitty Trail, west along the Colorado Trail, north down Shinglemill, back along FSR 543. Mostly nice singletrack, but with patches of loose, sandy gravel.

Notable: Both the Nice Kitty and Shinglemill Trails traverse the Buffalo Creek Fire (1996) burn area -- 19 years later, there's plenty of vegetation, but essentially no trees other than the dead trees that are still standing from the fire (see the photos).
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I love this place! I'm hoping to get a ride in there this week.
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Kirk Johnson

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A familiar sight along the Picture Rock Trail earlier today.

Trail conditions were fairly good (dry!), though it does appear that there has been a fair amount of erosion in spots from the heavy rains this spring.
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Ryan Cauffman

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Making my first trip to Fruita this weekend. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
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I have 3 favorite trails there. 1) Zippity Do Da 2) Chutes and Ladders 3) PBR-Pumps, Bumps and Rollers.
You can get to all 3 by going up Prime Cut.
Enjoy!!!
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Kirk Johnson

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Friday ride -- ~10.5 mile out and back starting from the south end of the North Fork Trail in Jefferson County. Great trail conditions and fantastic weather -- what's not to love?

This was my first time on the North Fork Trail; it only opened for public use last fall. The trail continues for 4+ miles past where I turned around (up to Reynolds Park), but another cyclist suggested that trail conditions started to get a bit sloppy in that section. The part of the trail that I rode was essentially non-technical.
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Jeff Snyder

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+Dan M while I live 45 minutes or so from the trails mentioned in the article, I haven't been on them yet this season. I think it would be safest to assume that the person or group who put the nails in place could duplicate their behavior on any trail system. Have fun and keep your eyes open. 
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Jeff Snyder

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What a confusing spring it's been for Pikes Peak region trail riders, who have seen their hopes fed and legs tested by glorious bouts of sunshine only to wake again to snow and ice or unremitting slop. One rider channeled Nietzsche after a late-April slog posted on Strava.com:
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Joey Garrison

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A great day to ride in the rockies. :)
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very nice pic !! i like
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Allen Tanner

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Cheyenne Mountain State Park 5/4/16
Outstanding trails here, and not overused.
https://www.mtbproject.com/trail/2214920/cheyenne-mtn-state-park-big-loop

"The everlasting universe of things
Flows through the mind, and rolls its rapid waves,
Now dark—now glittering—now reflecting gloom—
Now lending splendour, where from secret springs
The source of human thought its tribute brings
Of waters—with a sound but half its own,
Such as a feeble brook will oft assume,
In the wild woods, among the mountains lone,
Where waterfalls around it leap for ever,
Where woods and winds contend, and a vast river
Over its rocks ceaselessly bursts and raves."

- PERCY BYSSHE SHELLEY, Mont Blanc
http://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems-and-poets/poems/detail/45130
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Yup (good eye).

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Jeff Snyder

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Whether you're in the backcountry or inbounds at the resort, you're bound to come up on someone who's taken a spill and needs your help. And while you may...
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Jeff Snyder

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Great mountain biking near Divide, CO
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+Joey Garrison when you park and go through the gate, take the trail you'll see right away on the left. It's a nice single track downhill with a couple of water / mud crossings. You'll find a maze of atv / jeep trails, lots of barbed wire fences and plenty of forest service signs designating non-motorized trails. You can create all kinds of different rides in this area. 
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Chuck Carillo

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Made the mistake thinking a Fatbike could handle the snow from today's snowstorm. We rode North Table in Golden. We ended up riding about 5% of the ride, the rest was Hike a Bike. The snow was too deep, around 7 inches, to gain any traction. Guess Fatbikes can't plow threw everything.
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How funny +Christopher Papetti tti. If my buddy and I weren't so dang stubborn we would have turned around and bagged it. Glad you got at least a half ride in. Live and learn. 
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