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    Santa cruz

    I'm heading to Santa Cruz this weekend, what is rideable?

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    If it were to not rain any more, Wilder will probably be open. Upper UCSC will have parts rideable, parts wet. Beyond that, can't say. Things are pretty soaked.

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    The road

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    Only road closure I know of is up near Demo on Summit. Summit -> Demo is a no go apparently. Gotta go via Corralitos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grumblingcrustacean View Post
    Only road closure I know of is up near Demo on Summit. Summit -> Demo is a no go apparently. Gotta go via Corralitos.
    Land slide, or did it finally fall off the cliff?


    Edit: found this site about SC road closures Road Closure List
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    We had enough rain for evacuations in some areas. I would say nothing is rideable. Maybe Wilder trails that are under the sunshine if there is any. The beaches should be rideable.

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    I wasn't talking about road closures.

    The road is what is rideable in Santa Cruz this weekend. We have been hammered with rain.

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    Mountain bike+ dirt/mud= fun

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    Quote Originally Posted by StuLax18 View Post
    Land slide, or did it finally fall off the cliff?


    Edit: found this site about SC road closures Road Closure List
    Roads still there, just liquidy sludge, rock, and tree debre covering a section of road.
    The guy yo' momma "act" like she don't know!

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    Nisene marks fireroad is always decent after a rain. If you have the mojo, ride up to Demo,
    You'll have the place to yourself.

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