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Do gravel/dirt roads count?  Sequoia National Forest, last week.  Got in some riding on a camping trip.

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Was it with an owner? If not I bet someone would really like to know you saw it!

Cool bird!

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Best $5 ever spent. 🥓🚲👍:classic_biggrin:

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Loaded for Short Bus ride to 10K feet, Winsor Trailhead, Santa Fe

More about what NOT to do on that ride, Click HERE 🙄

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Due to crappy humid weather this has been my go to bike for the last 13 days. Decided to do a 30 rides in 30 days challenge. 19.1 miles per day currently at mile 247 as of today.

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On 7/31/2019 at 12:16 PM, The Tip said:

Next Bentonville trip I'm taking a spare tire. The rock  there is fierce.

Headed there in September. Planning to get two Ardent EXO tires and put them on just before we leave. I want as much sidewall protection as possible.

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Ok, I'll play along too....

 

Got back last week from a 10 day trip to CO.  We called it a "greatest hits" ride.  I'll let you decide.

 

Early on we hit up Monarch Crest trail

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Then we went over to CB for some 401.

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Next up we were in Telluride for the annual Yeti Tribe gathering.  Riding in the high alpine aspens.

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Then for a change of pace we ended up in Fruita riding some of the Kokopelli trail stuff

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1 hour ago, AustinBike said:

Headed there in September. Planning to get two Ardent EXO tires and put them on just before we leave. I want as much sidewall protection as possible.

Take the old ones for back up. I think over 50 % of our large group of riders had flats.

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13 minutes ago, The Tip said:

Take the old ones for back up. I think over 50 % of our large group of riders had flats.

You have no idea how many parts I travel with as backups.

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3 minutes ago, Sluggo said:

No, just me and a couple of friends on Sunday. 

I'm going to be up there later this week.  Can you give me some more details on your SBT ride?  Did you shuttle?...to where?  How long was the ride back down to the bottom?  How much climbing?  I've done it 12 yrs ago, but it was "out North Boundary....back South Boundary" so I'm foggy on the details.  I'm planning to go out there with my son and I'm trying to figure out how much he can pull off.

Thanks, -CJB

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We used Turquoise Tours for the shuttle from a park close to Taos. We rode the full SBT at 22 miles w 2k of climbing. I think they offer a shuttle to Garcia Park? Garcia Park is 13 miles from where you park with short climb to the good stuff.  I thought the full SBT was harder than the Lost Lake trail at 13 miles and 2.5k of climbing, but I was cooked from riding park on our 1st day. 

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