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    Quote Originally Posted by velvetfvr View Post
    Been laying down the miles. Need to find some riding trails though
    go on Strava.com then go to explore and it will show riding trails in your area
    Trying like hell to live the dream,Nomad

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    Quote Originally Posted by dustin ray View Post
    go on Strava.com then go to explore and it will show riding trails in your area
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    you can also check out the state forums on mtbr.com

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    Many of the areas I hunted in MT had been logged years past but were closed to motorized vehicles so access was by foot, horse, or bike. 2k for a bike is waaaay cheaper than owning and caring for a horse. I would roll up a large canvas saddle bag and strap it to the top tube of the bike. Then the bike would become a game cart if I scored on a bull. The pants are just a pair of zip-off exofficio's that I spray painted with a tree branch stencil. Shorts are nice during the ride in and the material is quiet and dries quick and costs about $100.00 less than Sitka. Here in AK hunting off a bike isn't quite as easy as the trails tend to get quite overgrown by hunting season, not to mention pretty muddy.







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    Just picked up a bike this past weekend. I usually run, but thought this woud "mix" it up.
    Now I have to try not to do something stupid.... Hey y'all, watch this! :-)

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    Did my first ride on Monday night. Not too bad. 10 miles. Felt good, but I'm used to running this same course. 2 mean hills at mile 1.5 and 4 mile markers. Biggest thing was getting bike adjusted and getting used to riding after 25yrs. :-)
    Looking forward to some longer rides.

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    Nice ride at 10 miles keep it up.
    I just bought a Garmin 510 to keep track of my rides and to train with a hart rate monitor trying to kick it up with killing my self
    Trying like hell to live the dream,Nomad

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    Did a nice 5 miler with the wife on Thursday. Just some easy riding, but stilll good to get out. Hoping to hit a good trail on Sunday and get another 10+ miles logged. Next week, I'll swithch back to running for a week. BTW-my runs are grueling.
    ~Bill

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    I took off from the house yesterday, to check out an elkie area. Found some good long term stuff in there. there logging. This area is behind a closed off gate.

 

 

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