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On The Hill: Looking to spin your wheels? Check out the vast Aspen bike trail system

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Aspen official report: The town of Aspen has a tremendous bicycle trail system, with branches running in just about any direction that you might want to pedal to.

Aspen Times On The Hill host Corby Anderson takes a quick Friday tour of the trail system, nearly joining a biking wedding in the process!

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