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  1. #76
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    I didn't know you could grow a boobie there.
    I don't rattle.

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    Well if anyone could

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    I didn't know you could grow a boobie there.
    It be TBC! Unless that was ronski's boobie!
    Wait,who did he tell you that?....

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    Holy Hematoma Batman!

    Quote Originally Posted by TahoeBC View Post
    I thinks it's "unofficially officially inviting"


    And if your lucky you might even get a booby prize like I got this summer on that trail, photo courtesy of Ronski
    Yeowzerzs that definitely left a mark! Thanks for the visual, almost lost my lunch.
    Wait,who did he tell you that?....

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    Funny thing it really did not hurt and was almost completely gone the next day.
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    If I had an elbow like that, I wouldn't leave the house for at least half a day!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Empty_Beer View Post
    If I had an elbow like that, I wouldn't leave the house for at least half a day!
    Because you would be fondling it in the shower?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TahoeBC View Post
    Because you would be fondling it in the shower?
    In front of the mirror, duh.

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    1) Sunrise; 2) Pauley Creek; 3) Sawpit; 4) Hole in the Ground. I miss summer.

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    Anywhere in the South Tahoe Region is super fun.

    The Tahoe Rim Trail - Spooner to Kingsbury Segment is especially muy bueno.

    Over Hill Thru the Woods on the Tahoe Rim Trail from parkmeister on Vimeo.

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    Salmon Lake to Big Granite, cross N. Fork (Sailor flat) to
    Mumford Bar, No. 5 connect to 7 with a Sugar Pine Lake loop to BBQ ending.


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    Is tere a map on this site with trails labeled? If not does anybody know a good source?

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    Asgard- a very small system of trails out my cabin door, Don't have to touch any pavement, Good for a couple of hours.

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    I'd go with 3rd Divide...just lights out fun!

    Also love my local Auburn trails: Confluence and Connector both just after sunrise with zero traffic....fun to open it up where you have clear sightlines

    Honorable Mention is Gail's Trail at Boggs

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    Quote Originally Posted by MIKE157 View Post
    Feather FallsTrail ..........its calling...............
    I lived up there as a kid and hiked it many times always visualizing myself on my BMX bike shredding it. As an adult always wondered if it'd be worth the trip on my MTB...
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    great thread to start a tick list

    pinecrest peak for the chunk
    certain UCSC/Niscene trails for smooth and banked turns
    lower rock creek as an honorable mention

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    Quote Originally Posted by grandsalmon View Post
    Salmon Lake to Big Granite, cross N. Fork (Sailor flat) to
    Mumford Bar, No. 5 connect to 7 with a Sugar Pine Lake loop to BBQ ending.


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    How do the N Fork and Mumford Bar trails look these days? I haven't been in those parts since the last fire and can envision a ton off dead-fall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gr8xscape View Post
    How do the N Fork and Mumford Bar trails look these days? I haven't been in those parts since the last fire and can envision a ton off dead-fall.
    It's a heartbreak, for sure. The trails are essentially open, with some tread damage in the fire area. There were some trees down between Beacroft and Sailor Flat trails, but I suspect American River Trail is open all the way thru now (I was last there over a year ago). Mumford is open.

    Each year it will look less worse for forest bare. I live just below Sugar Pine Res, so essentially this point to point ride ends at a BBQ at my house. Epic ride through great country and A LOT of different of track.

    (...let me know if if you are up for it next summer, and we can set-up a shuttle, mtbr outing Iowa Hill style. There are many big, fantastic all-day loops from home too.)

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    List your favorite trail in Nor Cal-rednightmare1_resized.jpg

    List your favorite trail in Nor Cal-rednightmare2_resized.jpg

    My dogs are partial to Red Nightmare at Red Hills.

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    List your favorite trail in Nor Cal-loganeaglepeak.jpg

    Though I am partial to the view from atop Eagle Peak...

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    Any trail that does not have to deal with work...

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    Sweetness in SC.

    Can someone send me a message with DEMO info?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tillerman1 View Post
    Sweetness in SC.

    Can someone send me a message with DEMO info?
    Hole-in-the-ground and 3rd Divide are my favorites.

    Here is some Demo info: http://www.mountainbikebill.com/imag...emap_large.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by sivilized View Post
    Hole in the Ground for me. After the tough climb you start descending on a really cool spine. Then you just flow through a trail that was built with us in mind. Also the great scenery. The last 1/4 of the ride is pretty awful (juttery staircase, loose rocks, badly marked trail, riding the road back to the car) but it's worth it.
    I usually do an out and back on this trail with the turn around spot at Lower Montez Lake. It's a great spot to take a break or swim; it also cuts out the stairs and that shitty gravel fire road.

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    I must nominate Big Tree and Widow Maker trails in coastal Mendocino.




    Manly Gulch, Caspar Crossing North & South are equally awesome, but I have no pics.

    We also have excellent gravel to ride.







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    I only rode Manly Gulch once, but that was very sweet. It's a spectacular trail.
    Faster is not always better, but it's always more fun

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