MARSHES FLAT ROAD ABOVE LAKE DON PEDRO


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MARSHES FLAT ROAD ABOVE LAKE DON PEDRO

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Not sure I want to ride a road with so much traffic! :lol:

But to be serious (something I try to avoid) it looks like a beautiful road to ride!
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almost all our riding roads are pretty much free of heavy traffic...it's amazing just how many routes are still available without traffic
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Those are the type roads I love to find but they're getting harder and harder out here in Colorado. As you get further west out of Denver, traffic lightens up but I don't always have time to get out to roads like that. I still find some down around here and my son and I have explored numerous roads to see where they go. One of our favorites head out of Sedalia just south of us. Takes us out to dirt roads and then back to pavement and is usually pretty lightly traveled on the weekdays.

Your road looks really great. Maybe someday I can head out to ride it.


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