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    Rode 13mi in Redwood Park/JMP and there was mud but not bad at all. A few downed trees requiring a dismount. All in all, a good day but JMP is in need of some love!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Christieland View Post
    Anyone know if its possible to ride up Stevens Canyon Road, to the trail, and up towards Montebello (not towards Saratoga Gap)? I can't remember if that creek crossing involves only Table Mountain, or if you cross it on Canyon trail.
    It is possible, I did that quite a bit in the past. Yes, there is a creek crossing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Christieland View Post
    Anyone know if its possible to ride up Stevens Canyon Road, to the trail, and up towards Montebello (not towards Saratoga Gap)? I can't remember if that creek crossing involves only Table Mountain, or if you cross it on Canyon trail.
    Like Holland, I have ridden this area a ton. You have to cross the creek on the Canyon Trail before you can get to trails up to Monte Bello or the Gap for that matter. After all the rain lately I'd be wary of trying to cross it.

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    All the best trails at waterdog are pretty bad. Canyon creek is a full on mud slick, and I couldn't ride confidently on rambler. Actually fell in a thorn bush going up the bridges after my tire just started spinning in the mud. I thought waterdog drained better? The jumps and track on the otherside at Hastings were actually pretty good. Skeggs was good over the weekend going there now. +1 on the giant redwood down on blue Blossum. Almost as bad as the tree down at demo.

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    Trail conditions report - week of jan 2-imageuploadedbytapatalk1358027859.854289.jpg

    This mudslide on overgrown gets worse every day!

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    I just did a ride at fort ord. Trail conditions are excellent. Sand was nicely packed. Very few puddles. Parking lot was crowded though. Specialized had an event held there.

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    Rode Skeggs early this morning, was 32 with icy pavement in parking lot. Not too bad once I got going. A little boggy in spots and slippery on leaves, overall really fun ride.

    Water breaks on North leaf were freshly built up, serious launchers if taken with speed.

    Huge down tree climbing up methuselah, already a ride around though.

    Should be hero dirt soon, no rain in forecast for awhile.
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    Hero dirt at china camp yesterday

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    Briones was muddier yesterday then last weekend. Climbs were fine, but some spots of the descents involved longer drifts then usual.

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    How's skyline in napa? Anyone?

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    We rode Skyline this morning, up buckeye, around the lake, down manzanita and back out on river to ridge trail. Conditions are pretty good considering all the rain we have had. A few slick sections here and there. The worst being after the switchbacks going down manzanita. Your bike will need a bath after the ride, but it's very ride-able. The college parking lot was packed with riders when we showed up around 9am.

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    Skeggs 1/13

    Quote Originally Posted by scootdogss View Post
    Rode Skeggs early this morning, was 32 with icy pavement in parking lot. Not too bad once I got going. A little boggy in spots and slippery on leaves, overall really fun ride.

    Water breaks on North leaf were freshly built up, serious launchers if taken with speed.

    Huge down tree climbing up methuselah, already a ride around though.

    Should be hero dirt soon, no rain in forecast for awhile.
    Rode today and the trails are excellent! Lots of riders and the dirt is nice. Steam Donkey is probably the only trail not worth the time right now. Everything else is great!

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    Has the tree on blue blossom been cleared?

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    Didn't hit Blue Blossom so couldn't tell ya. Tons of people on the trail so I would assume that it isn't a factor.

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    As of Saturday morning (1/12/13) the down tree on Blue Blossom was still there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TeddyBallGame View Post
    As of Saturday morning (1/12/13) the down tree on Blue Blossom was still there.
    Are you able to get around the downed tree somehow?

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    You can get underneath it. It is a large tree. When I was there on the 5th, there was another tree down on the same trail but you get through that one fairly easy.

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    Smaller tree down on Blue Blossom



    Bigger tree down on Blue Blossom



    Neither one was a problem to get past.
    Last edited by somanygoodbikes; 01-14-2013 at 03:49 PM. Reason: Linked to wrong pic of the smaller tree.

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    Quote Originally Posted by somanygoodbikes View Post

    Neither one was a problem to get past.
    Thx for pix.

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    Anyone have a guess about when Santa Teresa will open up again? Sign was up at Bernal but phone message hasn't been updated for a week. I just got a new cross bike and want to hit it up at lunch.

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