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The Rawhide Loop Trail circles White Ranch Park's highest meadows and rolling hills with varied terrain and exceptional views throughout. This transition zone between foothills and montane forest spans a diverse tapestry of meadows, ponderosa parks and home to deer, turkeys, foxes, and bears. Please contact bykhed@gmail.com to sign up.
RMBB will spend the last holiday weekend of summer revisiting some of our favorite trails.  The Grand Valley in western Colorado is home to legendary rides near Fruita and Grand Junction.  We'll stay three nights at two private homes near Colorado National Monument and Lunch Loop / Tabeguache trailhead.  We'll visit local breweries and restaurants for evening meals.  Unfortunately, this trip is sold out.  Please contact RacerX29er@Gmail.com to place your name on standby.
We're going to stay closer to town for this year's Fall Foliage trip.  We'll stay in a luxury rental in East Vail while we make day rides in the area.  Since we'll be in Vail, those who want to go golfing or shopping instead of biking will have some pretty sweet (and pricey!) options.  Cost for 3 nights lodging and most meals will be $260/person.  Sorry, this trip has filled.  Please contact calbiker@live.com to get on the waiting list.
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Walker Ranch is a fantastic loop, that can be taken both clockwise and counter. Going counter clockwise starts you off on a fantastic downhill, just be careful for walkers and dogs. Once at the bottom, you will start a moderate but tiring climb that eventually opens up at the top into an area with a parking lot, which is where the real fun starts! From this point you will experience what some would argue is 2 miles of the best downhill you will ever ride. This is followed by a short portage down some very steep steps, followed by another moderate climb back to the trail head.
Walker Ranch is a fantastic loop, that can be taken both clockwise and counter. Going counter clockwise starts you off on a fantastic downhill, just be careful for walkers and dogs. Once at the bottom, you will start a moderate but tiring climb that eventually opens up at the top into an area with a parking lot, which is where the real fun starts! From this point you will experience what some would argue is 2 miles of the best downhill you will ever ride. This is followed by a short portage down some very steep steps, followed by another moderate climb back to the trail head.
We will be returning to CasaColo chalet for this three-night adventure. Located just outside of Fraser, our rental home has a whopping 11 bedrooms and 8 bathrooms with showers—actually (mostly) finished this year! Pricing for this trip is $190 per person in a shared room. Singles sharing a room will each have their own bed. This price includes 2 breakfasts and 2 dinners, along with sack lunch fixings for 2 days. On a space available basis, some private single rooms may be available for a $60 upgrade fee.
A nice shady respite from the summer heat, the Mule Deer Trail in Golden Gate Canyon State Park offers relatively smooth riding with an option to ride the technical Snowshoe Hare loop near the top of the canyon.
A perennial favorite, North Table Mountain in Golden offers mostly smooth trails around this mesa, with spectacular views of downtown Denver.
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