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Guess where I'm biking near this pond and win a Denver B-cycle season pass

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Welcome to the first installment of Guess where I'm biking, where I, the intrepid and incredibly hip fixed-gear cyclist, Britt Chester, will attempt to stump you as to where my tires take me. In our Best of Denver issue that recently hit stands, we revealed the location we believe to be the best park to ride your bicycle, but this trail proves to be slightly more intense as it winds its way past golf courses, ponds, and parks.

Can you guess on which trail I am biking (and be as specific as possible)?

The winner receives a 2012 season Denver B-cycle pass -- a $80 value -- for free! Just leave your best guess in the comments section and make sure you include an e-mail (whether in your Disqus profile or in the comment itself) so we can contact you if you're the winner.

And since we're in a B-cycling mood, know that the organization is having its two-year anniversary party from 5 to 8 p.m. Sunday, April 22 at MCA Denver, with food trucks, beer and assorted other attractions. More information is here.

We'll leave you with this money-saving reminder: A 2012 b-cycle season pass is $59 through Sunday, April 22. On Monday, April 23, the season pass goes up to its regular price of $80.)

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