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    Bear Lake Highline Trail Loop

    I got a bit of a late start, but I ended up completing a great 60 mile loop. The trails overall were in good shape, but I ran into some large snow drifts at about 8,600 ft. I was the first motorcycle on the trail this year. There had been some bicycle riders that must have come through within the last week. I followed their tracks across some of the snow drifts for about a half mile. Walking my bike across them worked pretty well, but had me sweating from head to toe.
    Mud, downed trees, and snow drifts makes for a challenging ride, but highly satisfying when complete.


    I did a little beach riding on Friday night, had a section set up that I was ripping along. BRAAAAAP!


    The mtns were calling my name and the Husa was up to the task...


    Singletrack heaven right here. This is also when I started to find the white stuff.


    The Money Shot.


    Yep, SNOW!

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    MOAR!

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    She worked hard!


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    Oh great while I'm riding with all your ADV boys and girls at Zion!Dammit.
    If you want to ride let's ride and if you want an attitude well we just need to do some more ridding.
    Life is good and life is fare.

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    By the looks of your pics. Im surprised snow didn't stop you in those thick pine trees in Paris.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moab mark View Post
    By the looks of your pics. Im surprised snow didn't stop you in those thick pine trees in Paris.

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    Oh it damn well tried!


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    We or I need one of these this fall or sooner. I'm sure we or I can get some involved.
    But we need the high stuff and not so much of the surf and turff

    I've seen the ice cave and the road to it sucks.
    Snow slide baby, Think high up and single tracks.
    If you want to ride let's ride and if you want an attitude well we just need to do some more ridding.
    Life is good and life is fare.

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    I'd like to make another run from fish haven to soda springs and back. Fitness...


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    Talk to me pm style.
    Might be tied up for the CO. National but hey
    If you want to ride let's ride and if you want an attitude well we just need to do some more ridding.
    Life is good and life is fare.

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