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Old 09-18-2014, 06:00 AM   #1
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Attention Continental Divide Riders

ATTENTION :: CONTINENTAL DIVIDE RIDERS

Pinedale , Wyoming is one of the few small towns that the CDT is right down main street. AS one rides into Pinedale from either direction , Union Pass or Big/Little Sandy opening, the route takes us down main street/191.
Pinedale is the home of Bucky’s Outdoors shop, bikes, sleds, Klim, Giant Loop, Polaris, Boss, Toro, etc and lots more. General Manager , Gary Neely, is always ready to help riders out with parts, gear, info on eating/sleeping places and repairs if needed.
Bucky’s Outdoors shop is only 2 easy blocks south of Main St, highway 191 and has lots of parking right in front of the shop.
Should you feel you may need things like tires, oil, filters, etc , when you arrive in Pinedale, you can call Mr. Neely ahead of time to make sure your needs are there when you arrive .
Phone number is 307-367-4561, Fax is :307-367-2465, street: 146 S. Lincoln, Pinedale.



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Old 09-19-2014, 09:05 PM   #2
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Great Post But Will the CDT be Open for Long in WY?

Very useful information, thank you. As your post was today and I have not ridden the CDT yet (we are leaving early Oct. starting in NM and will just go as far as we can as we are expecting snow in Colorado or sooner in northern New Mexico), how long is the northern portion usually open for riding? I always thought it was more of a summer calendar trip.
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YOu are spot on with your thoughts, it is best July/Aug/Sept. Already some snow on the higher passes.

Good attitude to ride as far as you can, you just may luck out with very good weather and go all the way.

Good luck,
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You may want to post a GPS waypoint in Laying down tracks with you information in it and ask guys with post CDR tacks to add it to their files.

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You may want to post a GPS waypoint in Laying down tracks with you information in it and ask guys with post CDR tacks to add it to their files.

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Thanks Jerry , very good idea, will get on this today.
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