LewisQC
For those of you lucky enough to live in warmer climate, this is my yesterday's bike ride...

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GravelDoc
That gravel looks really smooth!  [wink]
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Zurichman
i question your state of mind but won't mind asking what state that is in. i am guessing that trail is so smooth as it looks like snowmobiles packed it down for you. i use to be able to do the cold on the bike but a no go anymore if it's below 40 deg. f i can go out snowshoeing or downhill skiing in the stuff though. wish i could enjoy that kind of fun but then we just didn't have that kind of snow either in pa. this winter. i only had a chance to go snowshoeing once or twice.

zman
If it was easy it wouldn't be a memory. You just hope you don't have all your memories in the same ride. been there dun that Zman
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Bentpushrod
Is that a Blackborow? One of the few bikes that’ll fit the Snowshoe 2XL.
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LewisQC
It's Lac Delage 30k from Quebec City Canada. It's the best place IMO to ride groomed trail in the area (we have lots of choices). When it's hard-pack, it's almost like riding in a bobsleigh track! It's still pretty hard and hilly. This quick ride before an evening at work, I did 18km with 550m of climbing in 1hour and a half of riding. We had an anormal amount of snow in April with cold  nights so trail conditions are still excellent.

Yes it's a blackborow with some modification and I really like this bike. It's a do it all trail/cruising/winter/back-up bike and the one I would keep if I could only own one...
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GHC
Frostbite feet as a child (wonderbread bags....OG’s remember those), no way I could keep my feet warm enough for very long. Looks like a blast though, thanks for sharing.
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