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    Quote Originally Posted by Axe View Post
    For some reason - Oat Hill Mine. I like to visit Napa and Calistoga on occasion, it has a long technical climb and a fast descent and some views, and ridable in the winter.
    I have only been riding since march but it is my favorite so far. It seems to have everything... Grueling climb, spectacular views, technical rocks, very remote and then you get to descend for 5 miles If you hook up with a local it's even better.
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    Oat hill mine trail because riding season doesn't apply.

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    Tough to choose but I'll go with Bullards Bar.

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    I can't pin down one.

    Anything at Boggs Demo Forest.

    South Burma and Ridge Trail at Annadel.




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    This is a great rainy day thread.

    Legal trails I would say Braille, 3rd Divide and Lawndale.

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    I would also say Demo.

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    In the bay it's a toss up between anything in A-del & Skegs, in Tahoe it's TRT (Freel Peak>Armstorng>Onitas Rd)
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    Rocky Ridge.

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    I have a warm spot in my bosom for Bolinas Ridge Trail... still, after many years of riding better or funner trails, this one remains my favorite. Can't explain it.
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    Enchanted Forest Trail at Mammoth Lakes. Best 100 ft of singletrack EVAR!


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    double post......
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    Quote Originally Posted by grumblingcrustacean View Post
    Most of what I ride is a mix of mentionable and not. That said, one benefit of living in SCruz, I can put together a ride from my house that has 6-8 miles of somewhat trails in a small park and maybe 1/2 mile on the road. If I want to put 6-7 miles of road time in (counting the whole ride), UCSC, Wilder, and the like open themselves up.

    I'd say, my favorite "trail" are the trails in Santa Cruz because I can just get on my bike and pedal. A big plus when I have to spend time in the car during the week for work.

    same here, riding out my front door is pretty sick. no driving to the trail head but unfortunately living in Santa Cruz Co I am unable to mention the names of my favorite trails.

    go figure.
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    Big Boulder at Downieville and Lower Rock Creek south of Mammoth
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    Another vote for Third Divide. I love the fast swoopy feel.

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    Right now Oat Hill Mine is my favorite because it's what's in the best shape around here. Plus it's long and awesome and may take me a lifetime to master.

    There are a lot of places in Nor Cal that I haven't been to though.

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    i like descending south burma to north burma in annadel st. park quite a bit.

    also, in demo forest, i like the top half of corral, braille and sawpit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by peter19ue View Post
    List your favorite trail in Nor Cal to ride. It can be anywhere from the Bay Area to Truckee and so forth. Mine right now is FHDL but I have alot more exploring to do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by iheartbicycles View Post
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    All of D'ville-Butcher,2nd divide,Pauley, N. Yuba and Lakes Basin areas.

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    Forest City: climb Sandusky up to Big Tree, out and back Truckee Ditch(to top of Yolanda Mtn), down Ridgerunner, back up Pliocene Rd to Big Tree, then down Sandusky. Perfect singlespeed trail!

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    Big Boulder

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    Ok, I live here, so am prejudiced... but have to say, the more I ride here on Montara Mountain, the more I discover the "other" trails, etc., etc., the more I love this place. On a nice day you cannot beat the views (well... TRT has some good views too, but that's fresh water and doesn't count!). On the foggy days you still have the mountain. And, if what I saw at the GGNRA open house comes to fruition, its only going to get better (much better)!

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    [QUOTE=Brewtality;9996808]I can't pin down one.

    Anything at Boggs Demo Forest.

    South Burma and Ridge Trail at Annadel.

    +1 on Ridge from the south. A little bit of everything.

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    Mt. Elwell or Elwell/Mills link up.
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    probably clementine loop because its about a 30 second ride from my house

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