Suzanne Rosipayla


Denver Mountain Bikers (DMB) 20070608
Denver, CO 80201


Littleton, COUSA 80127
Hometown: Rochester

Member since:

September 3, 2008


To find people to ride, and get better and better to ride in 09 in a race!!!

How would you describe your level of riding: novice/beginner, intermediate, or advanced?

Because of my 2 knee replaces, yeah thats right, 2 total knee, I think I'm on the low end intermediate, hey i still get scared!!!!

What is your favorite part of the ride: climbing, flowing singletrack, or fast descents?

Love it all, learning how to go downhill better, SolVista Bike Park rocked with that!!!!!

What is your favorite trail or area to ride?

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  • Damian P Moss


    May 10, 2013 7:51 AM
  • Kerstin

    Yeah, what they said...

    Sep 08, 2010 10:15 PM
  • Chuck

    Denver Mountain Bikers (DMB)

    Hi Sue.
    Falcon has a long sustained climb, but I do enjoy the challenge. I'd call it a strong intermediate ride for the climb alone. Not everyone is going to be able to hammer straight up without stopping, so take your time and settle into it.


    Sep 08, 2010 5:36 PM
  • Colin C

    Denver Mountain Bikers (DMB)

    The Mt Falcon ride is basically a lollipop if you do Parmalee. The climb is basically about 1800 feet in 3.5 miles with few technical challenges (a few large waterbars to start with and a couple of rocky sections). The Parmalee loop gives you more of a rolling ride. In total you can do this in about 1 to 1.5 hours depending on how fast you are...... the ride back down is fun and makes the climb worthwhile !!

    Sep 08, 2010 5:11 PM

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