It's my favorite time of the year. Fall. The riding temperature is just right, a crisp edge to the air that feels cleansing. The Aspens and the high country foliage are turning shades of deep gold, reds, and oranges. So I took advantage of a quick weekend getaway at Crested Butte and what I rode astounded and mesmerized me as the Butte usually does. Check out all the photos and words on MTBR
Posted by The Evil MGE! Tuesday, September 11, 2012 at 8:09 PM
There are a few that have said that Miner's Creek, a section of the Colorado Trail between Breckenridge and Copper is a Novelty. Best done once to say you have done it, but otherwise not very enjoyable.
I have determined these people have:
A. No sense of adventure, grandeur or sense of appreciating the beauty that surrounds us
B. No downhilling, technical, or other skills that would help one enjoy the awesomeness of such a spectacular downhill
C. Hates hike a bikes. If you've ridden with me, you know I enjoy them almost as much as I enjoy riding. Thankfully, I had two others who enjoy it almost as much as I do.
For a full write up...see Trucker's scribing and my photos on MTBR