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    it is legal to ride fire roads, but not worth 3 hours in the car. i think downieville is just as close any way. yay third divied, any one racing d-ville?

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    trails other then paradise pines?
    it takes lighting speed to make thunder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kalbert
    it is legal to ride fire roads, but not worth 3 hours in the car. i think downieville is just as close any way. yay third divied, any one racing d-ville?
    if it takes you 3 hours to get to paskenta, its time to retire the geo metro
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    Quote Originally Posted by Melt
    if it takes you 3 hours to get to paskenta, its time to retire the geo metro
    how long does it take to get a Ranger up here!
    Bring it! MELT!
    Natty Ice and DG awaits!
    Honestly... ahh I give up

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    haha i may be coming up this weekend if i can finish i paper i need to write, otherwise it will be a long time before i visit chico cause my girl is moving to antioch at the beginning of may.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Melt
    if it takes you 3 hours to get to paskenta, its time to retire the geo metro
    Yeah, but what are you going to do in Paskenta? I thought the problem was the long winding drive up the mountains... in which case a geo still sucks.

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    it still doesnt take 3 hours to get there, last time i went it took around 2 and that was going out thru willows on the dirt road in a lowered integra.
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    welp, It's obvious then...either finish or put off the paper!!! .. ya need to come up before the G/F puts the kibosh on it!! - WORD... and before it gets 100 degs.
    Honestly... ahh I give up

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    so whats with the city site saying the trails are all open (despite all this heavy, constant rain)????
    are they, in fact, truly open?
    shitgoose.

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    the signs @ the park will say closed

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    would you bet your life on that last statement?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShamWOW
    would you bet your life on that last statement?
    I'd bet Vince from ShamWOW's life on it
    I bet the website hasn't changed because b/c no one went to the office today.
    Signs definitely take precedence, I don't think there's enough moisture from today, but the way the valley is constructed (or destructed - depending on how you look at it) from varying porous and impermeable layers, the park will seep for a while. So even if it's sunny, it won't be open for riders.

    Lower park single-track and the upper-park road are open for MTB.
    Honestly... ahh I give up

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    3-4 days after any significant rain and the park open back up. Just based off the 10-day forecast I would expect the park to be open no later than next Friday or Saturday.

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    it takes lighting speed to make thunder.

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    so who is the big cheese of chico mtb these days?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShamWOW
    so who is the big cheese of chico mtb these days?
    I thought you were

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    i ride a huffy trailmaster, im not very good yet.

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    Website was updated and says the trails are open. Can anyone verify? I'm not in Chico right now

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    I would guess they are correct since it's been pretty warm and windy the last 2 days...
    I'll be heading up South Rim, see you on the trails.
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    Quote Originally Posted by theilluminati
    I would guess they are correct since it's been pretty warm and windy the last 2 days...
    I'll be heading up South Rim, see you on the trails.
    Hmm, up the South Rim sounds good, but I might save that for the weekend and try a larger loop

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    I'm moving back to Sweet Home Chico, where the skies are so blue!

    The Napa Valley can suck a fart out of my anus.

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    when you leavin? Ill be in chico memorial day weekend for graduation
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    dunno for sure...first or middle of next month.

    Gaw Dam, I can't wait to get back to a place where there's stuff to do and where mountain biking is not a crime against the kingdom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by w00t!
    dunno for sure...first or middle of next month.

    Gaw Dam, I can't wait to get back to a place where there's stuff to do and where mountain biking is not a crime against the kingdom.
    gonna have to reclaim 'w00t's loop'?
    Too bad it's after all the nice weather we've been havin' - word is it's gonna be in the triple digits by this weekend
    time for early morning or late evening rides I guess

    Hey...anyone out there down for a shuttle up to disc golf course to play a round, maybe have some beers and then ride down? - maybe guardian or south rim
    Honestly... ahh I give up

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    We are rideing saturday morning at 0700. Meeting at Hooker Oak to ride south rim. All are welcomed to join.

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