Watch: Freeriding one of Colorado’s Most Technical Trails

Watch: Freeriding one of Colorado’s Most Technical Trails

Jeff Lenosky shreds one of Colorado’s most technical trails: Free Lunch in Grand Junction. The post Watch: Freeriding one of Colorado’s Most Technical Trails appeared first on Singletracks Mountain Bike News. Watch: Freeriding one of Colorado’s Most Technical Trails by Zach.Mahone.Photography Want to get more info on Folding mountain bikes, click here.

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Must Watch: Riding Down Colorado’s Tallest Mountain – 14,440-foot Mount Elbert

Must Watch: Riding Down Colorado’s Tallest Mountain – 14,440-foot Mount Elbert

“Riding Mt. Elbert with Mike Hall. Mt.Elbert, Colorado’s highest fourteener sits high above the town of Twin Lakes at 14,440. Mt. Elbert is not located in a wilderness boundary, and is one of 14 bike friendly fourteeners in the state of Colorado. This 5,100 ft ascent is mostly hike a bike, but we are rewarded

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“UnVailing” the Aspens in Colorado’s High Country, Part 2: An Epic Ride in Vail’s Backcountry

“UnVailing” the Aspens in Colorado’s High Country, Part 2: An Epic Ride in Vail’s Backcountry

For day two of my aspen weekend in Vail, the goal was to get well out of town and hit some new-to-me and rarely-ridden singletrack. My map study had revealed an epic loop, rideable from town, which would include exactly that, along with a couple more popular local trails. But it was only accessible by

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