Longmont Cycling Route Flood Status

What are the cycling routes available?  Well to sum it up, not much but you can make the most of it.  Not much traffic, so that is a plus.  Heading East might work, but North or South out of Longmont (north of St. Vrain) is pretty much a no go.

I think I’ll head north on 287 tomorrow to see what it looks like and maybe try East as well.Chicane

Another failed attempt to head north.
Another failed attempt to head north.

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This is the bottom of the chicane headed out to Carter Lake.  Or is was...
This is the bottom of the chicane headed out to Carter Lake. Or is was…

Raging Bridge Out

Dirt roads are in fantastic condition, but they all lead to something like this.
Dirt roads are in fantastic condition, but they all lead to something like this.
View in from Lyons.  No access.
View in from Lyons. No access.
Had to sink in an interval up Rabbit Mt.  Looks pretty normal up here, too.  Although the trailhead is closed.
Had to sneak in an interval up Rabbit Mt. Looks pretty normal up here, too. Although the trailhead is closed.
That is right Lyons, stay strong!
That is right Lyons, stay strong!
It looks pretty normal along 66.  A bit less traffic and a few more military vehicles.
It looks pretty normal along 66. A bit less traffic and a few more military vehicles.
I am north of St. Vrain, so this is the standard look for anything headed south of me.
I am north of St. Vrain, so this is the standard look for anything headed south of me.

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