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    Quote Originally Posted by w00t!
    I've been depressed because I never got to be a restaurateur.
    There's still time to buy a taco truck

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    Best Sunday/Monday ride route...

    Park Road==>10mi House==>Guardian==>Bloody Pin==>South Rim==>cross creek==>Middle Trail==>Golf Course Trail==>rock wall ride==>home.

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    You need to add North Rim to the start of that route. Anything less is just weaksauce.


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    Well i hope to see you guys there tomorrow. I have been trying for the past 2 weeks but cant seem to get off before 7 for the life of me. do you guys go earlier now that it is getting darker earlier?

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    We are going to be out at 6 pm like always. Hope you make it out. I haven't been out the past couple of weeks my self.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XCR4000
    do you guys go earlier now that it is getting darker earlier?
    Bring lights as it gets darker earlier. Niterider has some nice products out there.

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    pass on photos if you know someone who raced

    Put up some free download photos for the Super D and Downhill racers this last weekend at the Bump. Didn't get XC as I was racing. See ya on the trail, Marty

    http://bidwellbumpchicoca2009.shutterfly.com/

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    *wrong thread*
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    Great photos! Thanks!

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    Guys, is there an official name for the parallel trail above Upper? Or is there a common nickname at least?

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    its upper upper.

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    let's call it 'boomn system'
    Honestly... ahh I give up

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    goat trail? I've heard upper upper before though.

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    I figured that I would get such a definitive answer, lol. I know it as "upper upper" but I had heard "goat" as well.

    Either way I think I need to work it into my ride this weekend

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    Quote Originally Posted by boomn
    I figured that I would get such a definitive answer, lol. I know it as "upper upper" but I had heard "goat" as well.

    Either way I think I need to work it into my ride this weekend
    Its great going up it but II think its awesome going towards horseshoe lack. The slight downhill bias makes for very good flow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Renovatio
    Its great going up it but II think its awesome going towards horseshoe lack. The slight downhill bias makes for very good flow.
    I like that downhill too.

    The following route is fun if you don't have a lot of time to ride:

    Straight up the short climb in front of Monkey Face to Goat Trail
    Up Goat to Upper (@Meditation Rock).
    Down Upper all the way back to horseshoe to Middle Trail
    Up middle to Salmon Hole dump out
    Park Road to Lower Trail back to Horshoe.

    Good variety.

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    Lost my specs...

    If anyone finds a pair of glasses on the upper part of Middle Trail, probably within a half mile of B-Trail, I would be happy to get them back.

    A tasty beer reward will be waiting.

    Thanks,
    Chad

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    Group ride tonight at 6 pm from Hooker oak parking lot far left.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boomn
    Guys, is there an official name for the parallel trail above Upper? Or is there a common nickname at least?
    "Next to the Fence Trail"
    just guessing

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    Quote Originally Posted by LWright
    "Next to the Fence Trail"
    just guessing
    Haha, good one. Different trail though. This one is below the North Rim in the valley, but it is the furthest up the side of the canyon on the north side. It cuts out to the right about half way up the rock scramble in front of the Monkey Face outlook by the lake. It is narrow, very rocky/techy, and very fun.

    If you haven't ridden that trail or Upper trail yet (the one that goes left by the bench at the beginning of Middle trail), you really need to check it out!! Check out the map online if that helps you make sense of it. Or just come ride with someone

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    guess I mixed up "Upper" with "North Rim".
    I used to do the 6pm tue/thursday social rides, been awhile though.

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    If you left your tire in the parking lot of north rim trail today, PM me.
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    Anyone have experience and suggestions about wheelbuilders in Chico?

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    Quote Originally Posted by boomn
    Anyone have experience and suggestions about wheelbuilders in Chico?
    ive heard that the guys over Cyclesport build some pretty awsome wheels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peavy'sMyBi@cth!
    ive heard that the guys over Cyclesport build some pretty awsome wheels.
    I second that, and might I add that if you throw in a six-pack they will do it with a smile.
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