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in: XC Riding
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n/aDan Milner and friends
Most sections of the CT can be accessed at each end by vehicle. Nothing beats having your team van waiting for you with a cooler of beers when you hit the dirt road after 8 hours in the saddle. Photo by Dan Milner
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We wondered what had happened to the last set of europeans to have ridden the CT, then came across this. Photo by Dan Milner
The monkey eye view. Riding near Leadville. Photo by Dan Milner
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Classic southern Colorado aspens make great riding. There is a constant evolution of terrain and landscapes along the CT. You wont be bored. Photo by Dan Milner
Any tree is a washing line. Personal hygiene is a must on a multi-dayer. Photo by Dan Milner
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Six men, one tent. You do the math. Photo by Dan Milner
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It's only september; winter can wait. Heading towards the descent to Leadville. Photo by Dan Milner
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And onward towards Leadville. Luckily although not immediately visible, the CT veers around t the right and not over these peaks. Photo by Dan Milner
When we finally did get to climb out of Copper Mountain, we hit the snowline in an hour or so. So far so good. Photo by Dan Milner
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Our first climbs were tackled as slowly as is humanely possible to ride a bike. Photo by Dan Milner
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The CT makes for a nice change from the tech of the Alps, with fast flowing singletrack all the way. Photo by Dan Milner
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Parts of the CT are definitiely out there. If something goes wrong, its a long way home. Photo by Dan Milner
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Kenosha to frisco is 33 miles of pure unadulterated singletrack. It DOESN'T get any better than that. Photo by Dan Milner
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Setting off from Kenosha Pass after a jet lag night sleep in a tent at 10,000 ft isnt the easiest way to ease into the altitude of the CT. It soon becomes worth it though. Photo by Dan Milner