Mountainbilly

Mountainbilly

Durango, Silverton, Telluride, Bayfield

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Nicholas's Passions

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Backpacking
Camping
Mountaineering

Nicholas's Bio

I am a flatlander transplant. I grew up in the grasslands of NM. But luckily the mountains were only an hour away. I started skiing, mountainbiking, and climbing on a very limited basis. When I was 12 my family took me on a trip to Durango CO. I fell in love with the town and made it a goal to someday live there. So I had graduated college and had secured a good job that paid well and let me travel all over the country. One day I decided to quit and become a ski bum. I bought a travel trailer and moved from the desert to the mountains. I immediately fell in with a great group of friends who shared common interest. POWDER. From there it is all history. In the winter I am a powder junky spending my time at Purgatory, Silverton, and Telluride. In the summer I have a more mundane existence at my home in Bayfield. I like to fish, bowhunt, backpack and mountainbike. I have a job I enjoy and only work 14 days out of the month. I have a great wife who keeps me out of trouble, and a German Shephard who likes powder as much as I do. Life is Good. NP

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Mountainbilly

Mountainbilly wrote a review of on June 13, 2010

5 5

This is the greatest boot I have ever owned. Owning a boot drier is a must if you wear these boots all day every day as I do in the winter. I have had mine for about 10 years of hard use and they are still in great shape. Mink oil will prolong the life of the uppers. The liners will wear out especially if you remove them every night as I do.

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Mountainbilly

Mountainbilly wrote a review of on June 11, 2010

5 5

This ski in a 181cm mounted with Hammerheads makes for a great ride for a biggin like me. I weigh 210 and am 6' tall. I need a powerfull set up to compensate for being a little bigger than most backcoutry skiers. I rode these at Silverton on a 3' pow day and they where a dream. Highly recomend.

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