Fall Fun (photos)

Since the leaves have started to change, my mindset has as well. No longer do I feel the need to squeeze rides in, or bust my ass on my bike. I was getting a bit worried towards the end of the summer. I really do like riding my bike with friends, and for fun, but my mind and body were telling me to train. Lucky for me, that mindset has shifted to riding with friends, drinking beer, and working. Check out a few photos of my fall adventure thus far.

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Teo and the Fatty

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Just the beginning of fall.

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I even brought the thing to work, The first week we were joined at the hip!

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Griggs Orthopedic Rider Brian Sullivan. Trail #403, Crested Butte, Colorado

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Elk Mountains, Colorado

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Bottom of Trail #403.

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Brian is riding a fully ridged, Honey Badger by Spot.

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Sunday Drive.

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Backyard view.

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First snow of the year.

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“Shakedown
You wanna sip a 40 with your old friends
But everybody chillin’ on the front porch
How am I supposed to live?” -UM

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The CB classic was canceled so, Matt Schiff, Stew Gross, and I went out for a ride at Hartman’s Rocks, Gunnison, Colorado.

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We ran in to this guy, but not Zach Guy.

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Matt Schiff and Bryan Dillion descending Aberdeen Loop.

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Matt Schiff, Mr. Enduro himself. Seriously, the dude can crush the downhill on a hardtail.

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It was great to have Stew back in the Valley for the extend weekend.

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The team chatting about how good they all are at keg stands.

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Zach Guy, Stew Gross, and Mt. Crested Butte.

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Team GO.

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STEW-MON!

Evolution Bike Park trails were in excellent shape.

Evolution Bike Park trails were in excellent shape.

Aspen action.

Aspen action.

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again

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Last day the Lifts were open, and we biked up. We are so BA!

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Team GO

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They Dyke

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Snow

Fat bikes sure do shred rocks…

This video almost makes me a little sad. A large storm is starting to approach the Colorado area, making all but a few trails around Crested Butte a sloppy mess, and not ridable. It’s ok however, fat bikes are meant for snow, and sand, and whats in this video. I can’t wait till next year to test out Farris Creek on the fatty. I guess its time for winter.