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Biking in Vernal, Utah

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A trail sign points the way in the McCoy Flat trail area. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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A giant pink dinosaur greets people to the Vernal, Utah's Dinosaur Land. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Dinosaurs rule in Vernal, popping up everywhere to greet cyclists. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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What the sign advises people to no do remains a mystery. What it does do is mark the Lapoint Highway trails, about 10 miles northwest of Vernal. Trail markings aren't overly well done in the area's trail system, but once the right routes are found, the singletrack can be great. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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A mountain bike rider sets out down the Milk and Cookies mountain bike trail near Vernal, Utah. The area's trails aren't as popular as those in other biking hot spots like Fruita or Moab. They're not as well developed, either. But they offer a similar experience for Steamboaters looking to escape the doldrums of a rainy May. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Nick Van Horn, of Bozeman, Mont., rides on the Milk and Cookies mountain bike trail near Vernal, Utah. The area’s trails aren’t as popular as those in other biking hot spots like Fruita or Moab. They’re not as well developed, either. But they offer a similar experience for Steamboat residents looking to escape the doldrums of a rainy May. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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