Beating the heat

Even in Aspen, Colorado it has been HOT, so we are blessed to have the high country to escape to. Hope the heat isnt keeping you from riding. Cheers. :smiley:

that pic makes it look like u’re about to break into song…

Pic #2

last pic

humph Im down in denver and it has been burning :angry: but thanks for the concern

I miss warm weather. :frowning:

Hmmm… I can see I’m going to have to add to the Coker wheel instruction manual:

“Do not wash in hot water.”

mike, what uni is that? killer pics as always! :slight_smile:

Re: Beating the heat

That 1st picture is now my desktop pic, thanks. The scenery is A-maz-ingly breathtaking. Looks like a blast!

EDIT - I hope you don’t mind being on my desktop :wink:

I can’t wait for spring or fall.

Lucky. It’s way to hot in boring ol’ flat Indiana to uni. I haven’t unied in over a week. The list time I rode it was night time while it was raining.

It wasnt the hot water U -Turn, it was the altitude. All kind of things shrink at high altitude. BTW, the mini big apple is great, seems to climb better.

It is the as always awesome,GB4 29er, glad you like the pics.

Of course not, I am grateful to be able to ride in this place, so sharing pics is the least I can do to show my appreciation.

If it’s any consolation, there is a cold front blowing through today and temps are dropping 20-30 degrees F. I hope it hits where you are at.

Here is another pic from my ride.

Forgot to mention the last pic beta:

Elevation at pic is about 11,300’
The top road cut, last switchback, is visible in picture.
The Pass tops out at 12,000+’
I am on my way back down the Aspen side of the Pass.