Texas Gets its First Lift-Access Bike Park

Jan 4, 2019 at 12:13
by Richard Cunningham  
Lift Access bike park in Texas
Spider Mountain sits next to Lake Buchannan in central Texas

There are a lot of mountain bikers in Texas, but not a lot of mountains, so a lift-access bike park should be great news for Lone Star riders. Spider Mountain offers 350 feet of elevation and a four-person chair-lift that will operate Monday through Sunday year 'round. If you hail from Colorado or Switzerland, 350 feet of elevation might seem laughable, but if you live in Texas, you'd have to travel out of state to find a lift access bike park - or a real life mountain range, for that matter. Spider Mountain is located in the Highland Lakes area in central Texas, about an hours' drive from Austin and accessible from Dallas, San Antonio, and Houston.

You can overnight at the resort's Thunderbird Lodge, and take advantage of Lake Hodges, which borders the bike park. Day passes run $50 for adults (ages 19-59) and $45 for all others. Season passes are also available for a limited time at $199 for adults (ages 19-59 years) and $149 for all others, valid January 19 through April 30, 2019.
Lift Access bike park in Texas


Spider Mountain is owned and operated by Durango-Colorado based Mountain Capital Partners, who also own Purgatory Resort, Arizona Snowbowl, Sipapu Ski & Summer Resort, Pajarito Mountain, Hesperus Ski Area, Nordic Valley Ski Resort, and Purgatory Snowcat Adventures. MCP offers a comprehensive "Power Pass" that gives access to all of its resorts, and will include Spider Mountain as well.

Lift Access bike park in Texas


From the press release:

With a variety of trails for all abilities and 350 feet of vertical, Spider Mountain ’s lift-served bike park features include downhill flow trails, and technical trails with bridges, berms, jumps, and more. The bike park is designed and developed by Hogan Koesis, director of mountain biking for Mountain Capital Partners, which owns and operates Spider Mountain and six ski resorts. Koesis has more than a decade of experience in the biking industry, designing, developing and constructing trails.

“It’s exciting to be the first lift-served bike park in the US that’s open year-round and bring progressive mountain biking terrain to Texas,” stated Koesis. “Until now, this type of lift-accessed terrain was only available in a ski resort setting. The new Spider Mountain Bike Park is unlike anything else in Texas.”

Contact Spider Mountain for more information.
Lift access bike park in Texas



178 Comments

  • + 92
 Now all the Texans can stay home, and not flood into Colorado. Riding is basically equal now.
  • + 5
 And Angel Fire!
  • - 2
 This
  • + 17
 Get off my lawn!!!
  • + 59
 Does that mean then that people from Colorado will stay home also and quit flooding into Moab?
  • + 64
 @digitalsoul: Moab should be part of Colorado then they would have legal weed and decent beer. Free Moab!
  • + 2
 Used to sink loads of money there over the past 7 years and had a blast riding everything. We are heading to Whistler this summer.
  • - 2
 Exactly what I came here to say. Stay out of the rockies if you're scared to drive in the mountains
  • + 6
 To that end, Ive made lots of good friends and met really talented riders from Texas. lots of whom show me things..
  • + 25
 @owlie: considering the folks that have built and managed the bike park side of Angel Fire for the past 8-10 years are from the Austin area I think your comment is off basis and what you meant to say was, "Thank you"
  • + 2
 @TeamTrailParty: Hogen? Did you read the comment RIGHT above yours?
  • + 0
 @catweasel: I used to know a guy from Kansas that I went riding with, we always joked Kansas and Colorado should invade and liberate Moab and the surrounding area, then in return we'll give Kansas everything east of I25.
  • + 1
 @catweasel: will they talk nonstop about how awesome Moab is then, too, when they head north to ride better trails and see cooler mountains?
  • + 69
 I guess not everything is bigger in Texas
  • + 9
 Best we don't mess with them
  • + 3
 Sad...came here to say this Frown
  • + 5
 Three more lift builds happening. Big Bend, Davis Mountains and outside Guadalupe Peak. All complete by 2022.
  • + 4
 @Tomahawk990: Way out west!, but yeah, TX does have real mountains.
  • + 1
 @ZappBrannigan: Only things bigger in Texas are what actually matter. ;-)
  • + 40
 350 is better than zero!
  • + 2
 Prescott, AZ is a prime location for a similar park.
  • + 1
 @thesharkman: I just don't think that there's any private land available to develop
  • + 33
 There's 5 trails and one being built making 6. The plan is to open a new trail every 3 weeks or so and pushing the trail count going forward. There is no reason in the next couple years that we won't have about 20-30 trails on this mountain. The really cool thing about this mountain is that we get to use 360 degrees of the mountain in all directions. We have so much terrain to use! Stoked to build for the masses in Texas!!!
  • + 6
 This is great news - looking forward to what you guys are doing with the place. Thanks for all you've done in helping this project along Hogan.
  • + 0
 I guess you guys are done with Pajarito
  • + 1
 @owlie: team trail party?
  • + 26
 $50 seems like kind of a lot for 350 vert and 4 trails. But either way, hopefully the business works out for them.
  • + 9
 Seems like more than a lot considering my pass at Northstar cost $58 this past July.
  • + 6
 But that could mean a shorter lift ride and more runs total, right? Big Grin
  • + 10
 Ski lift cost several millions dollars not including year maintenance cost
  • + 6
 @femto505: sure, if you buy a brand new one. But used lifts, especially short ones that only serve 350 vert, can be had for pretty cheap. If you shop around a bit, you can probably have a lift installed for a good bit less than $1M.

www.resortboneyard.com/l/lifts

There are plenty of ski hills that only operate for a couple months of the year and still have lift tickets that are less than $50.
  • + 7
 $50 is cheap for a park that' doesn't have ski operations. Bike parks would not exist as we know them today if it weren't for the infrastructure and resort economy of the ski industry. Lift tickets are cheap at all other resorts because the cost is offset by money earned during winter operations. A bike-only resort is a massive investment and they won't be getting rich from it anytime soon.
  • + 7
 Proximity is worth a lot. It's going to come out a lot cheaper for locals than a lift ticket anywhere else, once you factor in travel and lodging. Growing up in LA I paid a lot more for Mountain High ski tickets than they were "worth" compared to Mammoth or Tahoe, but I could go there for night ski after work instead of planning a multi-day trip.

That said, who needs a lift to go up 350 feet? Smile
  • + 0
 Hate to say it...... but $50 lift tickets for a couple of 3 minute featureless trails is gonna make sure it’s a ghost town for a long time.
  • + 5
 @SirWonky: I am from Utah and went to school in Texas. A lot of things blew me away. But I learned enough to know that Texans will eat this up.
  • + 1
 I agree! Went to Deer Valley this summer and I paid 48 bucks for seven hours of glorious trails. And now the ground is coverd in snow........Cry Cry
  • + 4
 @toast2266: Installed for less than $1M? Keep dreaming! Yea, you may be able to buy one for less than $1M, but shipping it, refurbing/replacing components, preparing the site, excavating the site, installing, and running/hooking up utilities is gonna push you way over the $1M mark.
  • + 1
 I've ridden and helped dig at the place and while the price tag is a bit of a surprise to me here's what I think they're getting at. Season passes are only $200, which for a bikepark open year round every day is a pretty fantastic deal and what most of the riders there on a given day will be riding with, especially if the rider is from Austin. The $50 daily pass seems to be to me a reasonable way to cash in on day-trippers in from Dallas, Houston, etc. and less enthusiast, more casual enjoyers of the sport. While the price is a bit steep consider it similar to the $20-30 you spend visiting a bowling lane- obviously a ridiculous price to pay for an enthusiast, but not so to a more casual audience. All in all I'll be picking up that season pass and let the daily pass owners pay the bills on the place.
  • + 2
 @SlodownU: Local resort installed a fixed grip triple for $1.29M three years ago, and that included the cost to cut all the ski runs around it. It has a lot more than 350' vert, and it's on the backside of the hill, so it's not very accessible. Same deal at Bridger - they spent $1.2M on the Schlasman's lift, which is 1700' vert of steep, rocky, cliffy terrain. Almost all of the towers are perched in tricky places. I can think of a few other lifts that were installed for right around $1M, all of which are a lot longer, and are running up way steeper terrain than the one at this bike park.

Not saying that lift installation is cheap by any means, but unless they're buying new or installing a detachable, they ought to be able to get a short lift like that up and running for less than a million.
  • + 2
 @Joesuph: season was 2 bills, that's not bad. 150 for groms. Day trippers picking up the slack seems fair.
  • + 1
 @facelessghost: who needs a lift for 350 feet? Texans, that's who.
  • + 3
 @Santamtnbiker: They make cool slidey things for the snow, you should look into it.
  • + 1
 @matttauszik: already have.......
  • + 24
 Can you guys come to Illinois, build a mountain and then build a mountain bike park? Please and thank you.
  • + 12
 If you build a mountain in Illinois, is it still Illinois? Anyways, +1 on that request.
  • + 5
 The Waste Management garbage dump in Zion has got to be 250+ feet. Just a 40 minute drive north of downtown Chicago. Believe me, I have thought about riding it, up wind of course...
  • + 1
 It does seem like a lot, but there may be ways to get them discounted. I ride Thunder Mountain in MA and while there lift tickets are similar, its pretty easy to just buy $35 dollar tickets the night before on Liftopia.
  • + 2
 @oldschool43: Thats been tried with Waste Management landfills. They laughed at us.
  • + 0
 Hey, lots of midwesterners have learned to ski on their local pile of garbage...
  • + 20
 Good on them, more options for local riders and for those winter months when a person craves warmth and dirt!
I think some of you are missing the point. I'm under the impression this place was built from scratch (IE: not on an existing ski/ multi use area [ yes, I do realize this is Tx] , 4 trails is a good start. Yes, there is room for growth, but the Whistlers of the world were not built in a day.
  • - 15
flag Lotusoperandi (Jan 7, 2019 at 13:01) (Below Threshold)
 Yeah, because the Whistlers of the world were built over eons of glaciation and uplift. No matter how many trails this place builds it will never be a Whistler. So I wouldn't use this line in your argument.
  • + 9
 @Lotusoperandi: the point wasn’t that it will be equal to whistler... it’s that there was no pre existing resort there and that 4 trails is an awesome beginning.
  • + 20
 It's actually really fun. The beginner trail is fun and flows well, the intermediate trail is a pinner singletrack and the two expert trails are steep, rock and challenging. I checked it out on my Kenevo in early November. No, its not Whistler but for riders in Austin, Dallas and Houston it's a lot closer than Angel Fire.
  • - 18
flag FindDigRideRepeat (Jan 7, 2019 at 13:30) (Below Threshold)
 Please don’t mention this place and Angel Fire in the same sentance. This is just like all riding spots in Austin. Crumbled limestone instead of dirt, built by inexperienced trail builders, and ridiculous fee’s to ride. If you live in Texas and love mountain biking, do yourself a favor and MOVE.
  • + 27
 @FindDigRideRepeat: I beg to differ. It's actually a lot better than your description. There's some really good dirt and serious capital long term that is going into this project. It wasn't built by inexperienced trail builders. The greens and blues were built by former employees of gravity logic that moved onto better things, ya know, the people that built whistler...
  • + 3
 2 hours vs 2 day drive. No question this opens up opportunities. Drive up Friday night, come home Sunday evening. We hit it once a month and saved our AFBP money for Whistler.
  • + 20
 @FindDigRideRepeat: WTF? Its also designed by the guy who helped build most of the trails at Angel Fire. You're a badass arm chair bike park developer though.
  • + 5
 @hogankoesis: I love facts and truth over fabricated opinions from pinkbike keyboard warriors. Thanks for this comment.
  • + 6
 @FindDigRideRepeat: You really need to check out the Austin ride areas or move back to whatever hole you crawled from. Arguably, Austin was the first mountain bike city. Bicycle Sport Shop was the first MTB shop in the state, opened by Wes and Cody Williams, and sold to Hill Abell. The Barton Creek Greenbelt was barely a horse path, and Emma Long Park's motorcycle trails welcomed the MTBs. Trails were blazed by riders, not groomed handicapped-accessible paths. You build trails using the geologic and morphologic landforms of the area. You want blocky basalts, check the Big Bend area. Oh, that's either private or NPS-no-ride-zones. You want "dirt" then go ride the mud of the Ho Chi Minh trail. But don't rag on Austin riding.
  • + 3
 @calledtocreation: you outta google hogan koesis..
  • + 1
 @owlie: I did. Guy spends alotta time on pinkbike. Guy also worked in some extent for purgatory. I don't know the guy but I have ridden purgatory. I reckon he might know a thing or two about a good trail.
  • + 0
 @Geochemistry: I wanted to ride there, I ended up sitting in 110 degree traffic for 2 hours instead. The homeless signs were fun to read though. You guys should change your slogan from "Keep Austin Weird" to "f*ck we're Los Angeles now"
  • + 1
 @owlie: don’t need to google him I know him personally. Worked with him on covering the GRT when he was at Angel Fire. He’s a stand up dude that is passionate about the sport. Enough said.
  • + 14
 As a dedicated Texan mountain biker I can’t tell y’all how excited I am to see where the sport goes in the coming years. Sure we have hills instead of mountains but what we do not lack in is community. We have have plenty of mountain bikers here that are ready to pack up vehicles and drive a couple hours to dig all morning and ride all night.
Most of our land is private making it hard to develop, but to those land owners that allow us crazies to come out and build progressive trails and push the boundaries of what people thought was possible in Texas, THANK YOU!
Y’all come visit sometime!
  • + 3
 Yup. You don’t have to look at his profile. You can tell he’s a Texas from all the y’all’s.

But that’s awsome, in my experience you can’t “really” appreciate trails till you build one and understand how much time and work it takes.
  • + 11
 haha all the Texas haters... what I love the most is how most of us texans live at about 600'> elevation and go podium at most of the DH and Enduro races up in the mountains, and like 15-20 times the elevation... not acclimated to altitude... I think that speaks for itself.. we may not have lots of elevation or shitty attitudes like many of you but we have plenty of trails that will challenge anyone
  • - 4
flag utley06 (Jan 8, 2019 at 6:19) (Below Threshold)
 ???? That’s funny.. Pretty easy to hate Texas. Lived there for 25 years and it’s hands down one of the most boring, hot, over populated, cookie cutter, douchiest places to live. It’s the new California but with horrible weather and no scenery.
  • + 1
 Funny that it always seem to be Texans that complain about elevation at races. Meanwhile, there’s all the Californians from the coast that are also at sea level and still end up winning without whining. For example: Kate Courtney, Curtis Keene, and Aaron Gwin. Then there’s east coasters like Richie Rude and Jeremy Bishop who also just get it done.

Just saying....
  • + 3
 @whambat: lol when and where and who have we (texans) been known to complain about the elevation at races? and then funny how you rattle off a bunch of names of the elite pro level racers. hahah. who do nothing but train and their career is mountain biking.

and I'm not even complaining about elevation now in my posts. I'm saying what you are saying in that we live at sea level and do great at enduro/DH events up in the mountains
  • + 10
 I’m so pleased to be a small part of this cool new spot, and it wasn’t because of my awesome biking or shoveling skills I just happen to have a few go pros and drones. I, along with dozens of local Texas riders helped TEAMTRAILPARTY led by Jeremiah Work, build the two black diamond trails ,and there’s nothing like them anywhere in Texas. The amount of fun mixed with pucker is amazing however short ,but will elevate your stoke to 11. Not sure why TEAMTRAILPARTY wasn’t commissioned to build more trail there, but Jeremiah knows what he is doing. Some d bag said these trails looked like “run of the mill single track “ from looking at 1 promo video. If anyone wants to see how wrong and off base he is, I have lots of videos of Spider Mountain’s “coming of age” . By checking out my race runs from the first ever race there, (also put on by TEAMTRAILPARTY &JWork) You’ll see nothing “run of the mill” for our area.
Someone said it but I’ll reiterate, to have a dedicated, purpose built BIKE PARK is special. To b the first in TX is special. To offer 5 trails is killer. Two of them are black !? That’s rad. A jump flow line? Sick. The lift is just a cherry on top. To be sat on a lake that size with boat and Jetski rentals,... AND A FULL RESORT TO STAY AT? Dope on dope on dope. To all who spit ???? on this thread, stay home if it’s so bad. More for us. Peace.
  • + 6
 What's with all the hate?

Kudos to Hogan Koesis for what he did to develop Angel Fire as one of the best bike parks in North America.

Spider Mountain is owned and operated by Durango-Colorado based Mountain Capital Partners, who also own Purgatory Resort, Arizona Snowbowl, Sipapu Ski & Summer Resort, Pajarito Mountain, Hesperus Ski Area, Nordic Valley Ski Resort,.

Hogan's success with this project will likely put him further in a position to further expand the sport with the multiple mountains listed above. Who doesn't want to see that?

More power to him and this project.
  • + 9
 Did I read lift access for 350 vertical feet? I hike 1200 vertical feet for a 3-5 minute ride. Usually only once.
  • + 1
 Hah! Good point!
  • + 6
 As a UT grad way back in 1995 I can say that the Austin area is where I first caught the mountain bike bug which I would say has changed my life for the better. At the time I went to Rocky Hill Ranch and the riding was awesome. I say kudos to these guys and think this place could have great potential......all the best to ya
  • + 9
 Rocky Hill, Warda, Waco, Tyler, that ranch in St. Jo. Big Bend. Raced all that back in the 1990's.
  • + 5
 Texas get a year round lift to compliment all the other awesome stuff to do in the area....there are three awesome cable wake parks in that area alone.
Meanwhile in the southern end of the "enemy of all things fun" state ( California) will all our mountains we have one seasonal (and pretty shite) bike park and a year round pedal to the top one.

Well done TX. I'll come and be a tourist any time!
  • + 8
 Um, can someone please tell me why you can't pedal up 350 feet? Hardly worth a lift.
  • + 5
 Because around here we've been pedaling up since 1990. Bad knees.
  • + 2
 Tell you what... you come down and ride up the service road all day for your runs, and I'll ride the lift... we'll see who gets more runs in (not to mention the quality of the runs). We have tons of places to ride up and down, but descents are a lot more fun when you are fresh.
  • + 4
 I moved to FL from the DFW area, and Texas may as well be Whistler compared to anything in Florida. This venue may be corporate owned, but it would have never happened without the hard grassroots work of many riders and clubs across the state to grow the sport. I'll take the Texas riding scene over my current 'choices' here in FL any day without a second thought.
  • + 1
 Tallahassee wasn’t bad when I lived there. That may be too far for you.
  • + 4
 And they just got kelly Slater’s wave pool coming to Austin announced today. All of a sudden a ride/surf trip to TX is looking pretty feasible! Like Bali but you can drink the water ????????
  • + 6
 That's not true Windrock bike park is open year around and it has a lift
  • + 3
 and a bit more than 350ft elevation lol
  • + 5
 It has a shuttle, not a chairlift.
  • + 2
 I think Windrock only has an uplift, not a ski lift. If a lift is in the cards I might pack up and head eat.
  • + 1
 I think they are defining it as chair lift instead of truck etc.
  • + 6
 Gnarkansas is next is the rumor on the street!
  • + 1
 If they play their cards right they can get 1500' of vert and runs of 5 miles or more all downhill. I don't have any insight into size of lift and if they can go into the forest or not though.
  • + 1
 Stay tuned sir!
  • + 1
 I would like to hear more about this. Where you guys hearing this?
  • + 1
 @lardo5150: Word is Mt. Magazine (highest point in the state) is getting lift served trails. Last thing I heard is there isn't enough work force to make the project happen quick enough so they are recruiting. I don't know the exacts, but I don't see why there can't be 900'-1200' of elevation loss on that mountain. Maybe upwards of 1500'.
  • + 1
 @lardo5150: Live locally and grapevine stuff. The lift was bought a couple of years ago.
  • + 1
 @gooutsidetoday: If they can go into the forest it's a little over 1500' to the lake. With the way the slope runs in that direction you could probably get 10 miles or so of trail in all downhill. Granted you'd probably need to pedal to get back to the lift most likely.
  • + 1
 @UnWiseOwl: Love y'alls work. Is it you guy's or Rogue that is doing the work behind the Artist Retreat Center in Bella Vista?
  • + 5
 Bike parks are like bikes. N+1 even if it's not the best/nicest one is still cool with me.
  • + 7
 That's just lazy.
  • + 4
 I'm stoked to see this place finally opening up! It looks like a crazy project.
  • + 5
 We need more bike parks built from the ground up as bike parks
  • + 5
 Lift for that little hill?
  • + 3
 Wow something good happens for the gravity mtb community and just because it's in Texas has all the f*ckin kooks coming out of the woodwork to bash it.. Bravo kook, bravo.
  • + 4
 How about a 10 dollar option to pedal my own way up?
  • + 2
 I think you could just do that for free...
  • + 1
 @huntstyle: Well hey if no one asks for money
  • + 2
 That's what I was going to ask about... Even my fat ass will pedal up 350 feet...
  • + 0
 I can attest to the elevation problem here in TX. I'm down here for work for a few months and did a couple road rides this past weekend. 68 miles of riding and I think I could only accumulate about 750' of elevation gain lol.
  • + 1
 Move to Terlingua.
  • + 2
 Pretty regularly ride 80-100 miles here with 6-7000ft
  • + 3
 sounds like houston. I can get plenty of elevation in ATX - average ride for me is 12mi/2.2k
  • + 1
 @characterzero: nailed it! Up here in The Woodlands
  • + 2
 Hmmm, the website says that the lift will operate 9am - 5pm , Fri - Sun, not Mon - Sun. That sucks for me since I have Wednesdays and Thursdays off.
  • + 3
 Now that they're gonna have Kelly Slater's wave pool too, I'm moving back from San Diego.
  • + 2
 Nice n' rocky with some really good quick dh runs that are treacherous when wet; that being said... it's a 5 minute climb
  • + 4
 Texas sized Bunny slope
  • + 1
 Seems ripe for a zipline and aerial adventure course to me! Get the whole family involved and pull in some traffic from Buchanan Lake. Just saying!
  • + 3
 So I can visit family in Texas and ride my bike? I'll take it Smile
  • + 2
 I could pedal up it several times a day ...why would I pay for this
  • + 2
 So that you can ride down it several more times... fresh.
  • + 1
 Lived in TX for 3 years and the problem is that as soon as you start to get going and having fun the trail levels out.
  • + 1
 Oh wow! Guessing by how my comment was deleted, I guess mods don't watch spongebob?... Haters.
  • + 0
 So Texas gets a lift served park on their little hill while Snowbowl gets nothing despite already having infrastructure in place on an actual mountain? Brilliant.
  • + 1
 Looking forward to the new trails. And btw it’s Buchanan Lake not Lake Hodges (which I think is in Cali).
  • + 2
 I know where my next vacation gonna be ????
  • + 2
 I might have to take a trip down there in the winter.
  • + 2
 Sooo many cactuses (cacti? cactu? cactus'?) at :48 ! Don't fall there!
  • + 3
 Jesus f*ck $50
  • + 1
 You tube:
As the Crow Flies
  • + 1
 What would Pecos Bill say about this?
  • - 1
 Lift access is cool and all but the trails in that video don't look worthy.. pretty run of the mill single track from what I saw.
  • + 9
 It's better than 90% of the trails in the DFW area. We don't have much to be excited about when it comes to trails in Texas.
  • + 6
 Give them a break. They’re doing their best with what they got. Good for bike it works out and they build more trails.
  • + 3
 They just started out, give it some time. Deer valley as an example....
  • + 1
 @LuvAZ: Kind of confused, Deer Valley was 1 of the 1st lift access World Cup locales in the 90s, they were at the forefront for like a decade?
  • + 0
 @matttauszik: yup but all their 'lift access' trails were singletrack and now they are putting in one new flow trail per year....gotten way more fun
  • + 1
 well fuck me im moving to texas
  • + 1
 Spirit Mountain in MN stays open for DH fat biking in the winter
  • + 1
 why do you need a lift for 350 feet?
  • + 0
 Deep fried butter eating Texans.
  • + 2
 This is ridiculous
  • - 1
 This kinda cool. My mom lives in Austin. Now I have a reason to go visit her!
  • + 6
 theres already pretty good riding in Austin
  • + 16
 Sorry, little fella. Your mom is busy right now.
  • + 0
 I felt like I was having a seizure the whole time watching that video.
  • - 1
 350ft of vert? That's not vert. That's flat. Should have saved the money and built a wall instead.
  • - 1
 Texas didn't get the message about going full Enduro!
  • - 1
 Can we say that plants from texas are dumb?
  • - 2
 It looks so much like Mexico ????????
  • - 1
 Bring your hardtail
  • - 3
 I guess another question is should I fly down with my DH bike, or just stop at Walmart and Grab a Huffy on the way.
  • + 2
 Grab a huffy and save some cash b/c your likely to break both! I’m a weekend warrior with a dad bod and have broken more frames in the 4 years living in the Austin than the 18 previous years of living in Santa Fe and Durango!
  • + 1
 @4fun4health: I was being facetious about bringing my downhill bike to a park with 350 feet vert. I guess the joke didn't translate. I mean 350 feet vert, I'd honestly just ride my hardtail
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