Rode the final day of GITA a couple weeks ago. I couldn't pull off either one of the other rides in Los Alamos which looked to be good fun. The 3rd day was one I didn't want to miss because it was a ride on the South Boundary trail. There are some good pictures that SSportsman took as well as some others that had better cameras then my hunk of junk. My batteries died before I even got to the fun stuff. Ohh well Shit happens. There was 20 some people there with every type of mountain biker represented. It was a GREAT day. Quite a few folks came down from Colorado. Here are the couple pictures I managed to take before the batteries died.
We started the ride by loading the bikes in some trucks and driving up towards AngelFire where we would start our actual RIDE.
The very start of the ride was on this nice fire road climb which was a perfect warm up.
Actual mud was on the trail here
What is that? I think I see a sign for South Boundary
We did a regroup here. This is Ed's nice Kent Erickson 29er
Bruce told me to never take his picture again
I think that is Tom climbing
Regroup mentally for the fun ahead this is around where my camera died and the trail became really FUN
Paul from up round the front range had a really nice Coconino frame.
Hey where are they going?
The Host enjoying the ride with his SLR on his back.
Of course I took this one too late
Melanie riding along. I didn't really get to meet Melanie but someone was saying that this was her first big ride.
Nice break spot
After my camera went dead the trail becomes a endless ribbon of love. Then you get some tech thrown in for good measure at the end. Back to Taos for Beers, of course.
Then I drove back to Santa Fe and popped open a .....
What is in your audio player? I have the new Beck in mine. I don't think I have disliked a single Beck album.
I better get to bed I have to read Ella a story. Be safe going home.