Two skinny J's
These are oyster beds, kinda hard to tell.
😂🤣😂How did a Pomeranian/Chihuahua mix end up looking like a cross between a wolf, a bat, and a German Shepherd?
I had to rethink scale when i realized your bent probably has 20-inch wheels, but still .... ease off the canine steroids.
Also thanks for shots of the MTB folder .... and the bent but the folder is rarer.
And ... when are you inviting us all out for a week's riding vacation?
The altitude is a concern, especially on the CO Trail. Its average elevation is just over 10k feet, and it tops out over 13k. Oh, and there's 90k feet of climbing involved in the 567mi trek. All that said, people come from sea level to ride the trail every year. Ditto CO's high mountain roads. It is my understanding that a high fitness level can be combined with a few days of altitude acclimation create a successful ride. If I were the one coming from sea level, I would definitely research altitude sickness and be ready with quick energy food and a plan. I'd also be more concerned over my own fitness and MTB skill levels.That is mega cool offer and hospitality..............wish I had time off to drive up and take ya up on that offer but alas.....not retired and so many things needing attention around here and job and and and............dangit! All that cold weather and super groovy scenery too! Sounds and looks like so much fun. Also the lung workout for basically a sea level dweller............
Bear attacks are extremely rare, cougar attacks even more so. That said, bear spray works on both. Or, if you're good with firearms and willing to carry a large caliber hand gun, those can be an option as well. Alternatively, bring a companion who is not as fast as you are .fitness, gear and skills, check.....main concerns would be altitude acclimation and not being meal for bear or cougar.