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    Weekend Ride Report: March 3-5

    Justin, where you at??? Looks like more rain folks...but, there's still time to ride today and tomorrow morning. Let's post up pics and give some trail condition updates.

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    I actually encountered a patch of dust on my ride in SC today. Other than that it was PERFECT!

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    Rode in Nisene today, it was good! Signs at the bottom of the fire road saying the road is closed and unsafe, but clearly lots of people going up. There definitely were a lot more slides and fallen trees across the road, some pretty good ones. The trails themselves were actually in surprisingly good shape. A few trees down but not bad. The dirt itself was great. It's about to rain again though so never mind.

    That spot across from the hill that goes up to Big Slide where there is sometime a pond, is now a lake. Haven't seen this much water there in years, maybe ever.



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    Rode in Boise today

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    Fortunately, most of the snow has melted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by griz View Post
    Justin, where you at??? Looks like more rain folks...but, there's still time to ride today and tomorrow morning. Let's post up pics and give some trail condition updates.
    Thanks bro!

    I had to jet to the dealership first thing in the am for a leaking pinion seal on my truck. Barely made it to my appointment for vernal pool surveys then spent the rest of the day mucking about looking good for shrimp. No trails for me but Jeni rode Stonewall and Rocky in Auburn. Both were great and she PR'd. Culvert is still a mess.

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    Big Day in Coe on Friday. Started at Hunting Hollow and visited Pacheco Falls, Mississippi Lake and Bear Mountain, then rode up to headquarters and home (mostly).

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    Started before dawn with my buddy Wade, who drove and left me there when he headed to work. Cold morning, and that first creek crossing was deep, so we had wet cold feet.

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    Things warmed up significantly as soon as the sun hit us.

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    Wade headed back at Willson Peak; I descended Serpentine and headed to Pacheco Falls.

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    Pacheco Falls was roaring. Filtered some water here to top off my hydration pack.

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    After Pacheco, on to Mississippi Lake. First time visiting it.

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    Then up and around County Line Road to Bear Mountain.

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    Views into the Orestimba Wilderness from County Line were amazing.

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    I wanted to visit Bear Mountain Peak, but missed my turn and had to turn around and climb back up some of the steepest rollers Iíve ever seen. Bear Mountain Road is no joke.

    Bear Mountain Peak trail is unsigned and a serious bushwhack, so I left the bike and hiked it.

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    Most of the time I had no idea if I was actually on a trail. But I was able to complete my mission of having my PB&J at the top of Bear Mountain Peak.

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    On my way back I found a mylar balloon crumpled in the chaparral. Proof that stay balloons go to where theyíre definitely not supposed to be. I took it with me.

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    At the bottom of Bear Mountain Road (so steep!) the creek crossings began. The East Fork of Coyote Creek was swollen from recent rains, though it was evident that it had recently been moving much more water. Still, it was hard to ride through in most places and my feet were soaked for the rest of the ride.

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    I had originally hoped to ride all of Blue Ridge and down the shortcut, but the Bear Mountain Peak bushwhack led me to ditch that plan. The constant deep creek crossings were getting old, so I headed up as soon as I could. Blue Ridge Road to Poverty Flat, whew, that had some very steep spots. Then Poverty Flat, while mostly downhill to camp, also had some steep climbs thrown in.

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    I was bothered more by the climbs at this point because I was frikkiní tired. Very little motivation to muscle up some 25% grade dirt road built by a deranged rancher decades ago.

    Wade had warned me multiple times against climbing Poverty Flat Road. He said he once took a friend on that climb and the guy basically quit mountain biking. I thought about taking Creekside Trail to China Hole Trail, but the amount of water present spooked me.

    I made the wrong decision. If I never climb Poverty Flat again, Iíll die happy.

    But I did see some show-off turkeys.

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    Back at HQ I refueled and changed some clothes, then headed down East Dunne. That was a beautiful and fun descent, except for the part about halfway down when two large barking angry dogs left the confines of their fence and chased me in the road. I love dogs, and I was trying to talk to them, but they were unmoved and came after me. I havenít been so scared of a dog since I was four years old. I sped away as fast as I could and nearly ran headlong into a Prius.

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    The plan was to ride all the way home to downtown San Jose, but the headwind on Monterey Highway and the thousands of feet of climbing had me hating life. My wife texted to ask my ETA, I casually mentioned that I wouldnít object to a bailout. She obliged, I had her grab me outside a Little Ceasarís.

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    Anyway, 13.5 hours total time, 10.2 moving time, 65.2 miles, 8,779 ft elevation gain. Beautiful day.

    https://www.strava.com/activities/886706814

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott M View Post
    Big Day in Coe on Friday. Started at Hunting Hollow and visited Pacheco Falls, Mississippi Lake and Bear Mountain, then rode up to headquarters and home (mostly).

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    Anyway, 13.5 hours total time, 10.2 moving time, 65.2 miles, 8,779 ft elevation gain. Beautiful day.

    https://www.strava.com/activities/886706814
    Epic! Thanks for sharing that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott M View Post
    Big Day in Coe on Friday.


    Wade had warned me multiple times against climbing Poverty Flat Road. He said he once took a friend on that climb and the guy basically quit mountain biking. I thought about taking Creekside Trail to China Hole Trail, but the amount of water present spooked me.

    I made the wrong decision. If I never climb Poverty Flat again, Iíll die happy.



    Anyway, 13.5 hours total time, 10.2 moving time, 65.2 miles, 8,779 ft elevation gain. Beautiful day.

    https://www.strava.com/activities/886706814
    Congrats on your epic through-Coe ride!

    FWIW there is a re-route to Creekside trail that's in the works but is years away from approval. The best alternate to Poverty Flat Rd is to take Cougar Tr to China Hole Tr; Cougar is a bit steep in places but China Hole is a mellow grade and will get you to Manzanita Point Rd.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott M View Post
    Big Day in Coe on Friday. Started at Hunting Hollow and visited Pacheco Falls, Mississippi Lake and Bear Mountain, then rode up to headquarters and home (mostly).

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    Started before dawn with my buddy Wade, who drove and left me there when he headed to work. Cold morning, and that first creek crossing was deep, so we had wet cold feet.

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    Things warmed up significantly as soon as the sun hit us.

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    Wade headed back at Willson Peak; I descended Serpentine and headed to Pacheco Falls.

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    Pacheco Falls was roaring. Filtered some water here to top off my hydration pack.

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    After Pacheco, on to Mississippi Lake. First time visiting it.

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    Then up and around County Line Road to Bear Mountain.

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    Views into the Orestimba Wilderness from County Line were amazing.

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    I wanted to visit Bear Mountain Peak, but missed my turn and had to turn around and climb back up some of the steepest rollers Iíve ever seen. Bear Mountain Road is no joke.

    Bear Mountain Peak trail is unsigned and a serious bushwhack, so I left the bike and hiked it.

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    Most of the time I had no idea if I was actually on a trail. But I was able to complete my mission of having my PB&J at the top of Bear Mountain Peak.

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    On my way back I found a mylar balloon crumpled in the chaparral. Proof that stay balloons go to where theyíre definitely not supposed to be. I took it with me.

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    At the bottom of Bear Mountain Road (so steep!) the creek crossings began. The East Fork of Coyote Creek was swollen from recent rains, though it was evident that it had recently been moving much more water. Still, it was hard to ride through in most places and my feet were soaked for the rest of the ride.

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    I had originally hoped to ride all of Blue Ridge and down the shortcut, but the Bear Mountain Peak bushwhack led me to ditch that plan. The constant deep creek crossings were getting old, so I headed up as soon as I could. Blue Ridge Road to Poverty Flat, whew, that had some very steep spots. Then Poverty Flat, while mostly downhill to camp, also had some steep climbs thrown in.

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    I was bothered more by the climbs at this point because I was frikkiní tired. Very little motivation to muscle up some 25% grade dirt road built by a deranged rancher decades ago.

    Wade had warned me multiple times against climbing Poverty Flat Road. He said he once took a friend on that climb and the guy basically quit mountain biking. I thought about taking Creekside Trail to China Hole Trail, but the amount of water present spooked me.

    I made the wrong decision. If I never climb Poverty Flat again, Iíll die happy.

    But I did see some show-off turkeys.

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    Back at HQ I refueled and changed some clothes, then headed down East Dunne. That was a beautiful and fun descent, except for the part about halfway down when two large barking angry dogs left the confines of their fence and chased me in the road. I love dogs, and I was trying to talk to them, but they were unmoved and came after me. I havenít been so scared of a dog since I was four years old. I sped away as fast as I could and nearly ran headlong into a Prius.

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    The plan was to ride all the way home to downtown San Jose, but the headwind on Monterey Highway and the thousands of feet of climbing had me hating life. My wife texted to ask my ETA, I casually mentioned that I wouldnít object to a bailout. She obliged, I had her grab me outside a Little Ceasarís.

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    Anyway, 13.5 hours total time, 10.2 moving time, 65.2 miles, 8,779 ft elevation gain. Beautiful day.

    https://www.strava.com/activities/886706814
    Great report on a massive ride I hope you ate more than that one little pizza

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimw View Post
    Rode in Nisene today, it was good! Signs at the bottom of the fire road saying the road is closed and unsafe, but clearly lots of people going up. There definitely were a lot more slides and fallen trees across the road, some pretty good ones. The trails themselves were actually in surprisingly good shape. A few trees down but not bad. The dirt itself was great. It's about to rain again though so never mind.

    That spot across from the hill that goes up to Big Slide where there is sometime a pond, is now a lake. Haven't seen this much water there in years, maybe ever.



    Some of the larger slides/trees down:













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    Nice photo essay...damn, that's a lot of downed trees. Somebody tell fc to get out there with his Silky Saws

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    Anyone know if ucsc trails will be rideable this morning before the rain?

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    ^^ I've seen some positive reports! We're headed that way in a bit.
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    Good. I'm on my way as well.

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    Back is JACKED from loading, splitting firewood all week for next winter. Plus trailwork all month - wanted to hit the goods in central eldoco but gonna have to rest :-(

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moe Ped View Post
    Congrats on your epic through-Coe ride!

    FWIW there is a re-route to Creekside trail that's in the works but is years away from approval. The best alternate to Poverty Flat Rd is to take Cougar Tr to China Hole Tr; Cougar is a bit steep in places but China Hole is a mellow grade and will get you to Manzanita Point Rd.
    Thanks!

    That's interesting about the Creekside re-route, from what I remember there's not much room to work with there. How would the trail be re-routed?

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    Been checking out a lot of our local Nevada City trails over the last week, and have been pleasantly surprised. Rode most of the Loma Rica Ranch trails today, and they are nearly mud free, and I only found one tree down. The Deer Creek area trails (Tribute & Environs) are absolutely perfect right now. Round Mountain dirt is in great shape, with 8-10 trees down on the way down to the Yuba - all are easy to get over/around.

    That being said, we've got rain and snow in the forecast for the next few days, but it doesn't seem like a major event, so I'm hopeful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott M View Post
    Thanks!

    That's interesting about the Creekside re-route, from what I remember there's not much room to work with there. How would the trail be re-routed?
    It's to be located a ways up the hill on the west side; nearly level---goes from near the bottom of Cougar to the second switchback from the bottom on China Hole. Known as the "Juniper Trail" and if approved then Creekside would probably be decommissioned.
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    Good. I'm on my way as well.
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    I got duped by the tv weather man!

    Hey FC, a week ago you posted shots of EVIL Wreckoning on Weekly Ride report. Any thoughts on Wreckoning vs Switchblade you used for E-13 dropper review? I cant seem to get my hands on a Wreckoning in size small. I was digging the DELTA. Road ride for me today, please move along, nothing to see.
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    I rode Hidden Falls on Friday 3/3. Trails were in great shape with the exception of a couple mud pits. Trails were either dry or slightly tacky. Better conditions than Auburn.

    Best of all the trails were listed as open to hikers and bikers, but not horses due to wet conditions.

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    Pleasanton Ridge is fairly dry and the trails at the top are in excellent shape. Post ride I need to install new pads in my Hayes Brakes last two rides have killed them









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    Jeni slashed the sidewall on her rear tire last night. The sealant held for the rest of the ride but my confidence in the tire was shot so I went to swap it out for a new one this morning. The cursing that ensued was comical I'm sure.

    I could not unseat the bead by any means without risking scratching her fancy carbon wheel. I finally said F it and grabbed a pair of scissors intent on cutting the tire off. That mostly worked but to get the bead cut I had to nip through the nylon fibers with a tiny flathead screwdriver. I got the tire off but succeded in nicking 2 holes in the tubeless tape. Grrrr In goes a tube and 10 more minutes of fighting to get the tire on. Go to pump it up and pfffffff. Yup, tube has a hole in it. You can guess the rest.

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    Then we rode Auburn. Tried Grizzly for the first time and OMG. The rut is so deep in sure someone will die during the enduro if it is not fixed. I actually walked a couple sections and I don't usually walk much.
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    Confluence was in excellent condition but there were a lot of hikers. Grizzly made Confluence look like the Folsom Bike Path (paved). LOL The damaged section has been repaired via reroute and looks good.
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    Today was supposed to be a shuttle day. Jeni forgot to empty the car (Volt) so the ride back up to the truck was cramped to say the least....
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    Went home for lunch then met friends in Nevada City to shuttle a quick trail and the soil conditions were OMG perfect. Deep loamy goodness.

    The End.

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    Got in 25/3400 with griz in the Magic Kingdom (SC) today. Ran into the birthday party train with shredchic, her hubbie Bruce, Mark Davidson, Turfnsurf, Sir Squash, and a few others. Some mud in flat spots, but otherwise it was magically delicious--all time on the steeper trails. Went to Aleworks for the post-ride win.

    Btw, we parked at Golf Club (packed), then pedaled up Hwy 9 to the fireroad that connects to the Rincon trail. There were several slides on the hillside above the train tracks, but the road was great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JCWages View Post
    Jeni slashed the sidewall on her rear tire last night. The sealant held for the rest of the ride but my confidence in the tire was shot so I went to swap it out for a new one this morning. The cursing that ensued was comical I'm sure.

    I could not unseat the bead by any means without risking scratching her fancy carbon wheel. I finally said F it and grabbed a pair of scissors intent on cutting the tire off. That mostly worked but to get the bead cut I had to nip through the nylon fibers with a tiny flathead screwdriver. I got the tire off but succeded in nicking 2 holes in the tubeless tape. Grrrr In goes a tube and 10 more minutes of fighting to get the tire on. Go to pump it up and pfffffff. Yup, tube has a hole in it. You can guess the rest.
    With some Enve/tire combinations, you need to put the tire in the jaws of a vise and then lift the wheel up to vertical to break the bead if you're trying to change it at home/shop. If you're out on a ride, I typically try to break the bead by stepping on the tire and lifting up the rim (it doesn't always work though).

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtvert View Post
    Got in 25/3400 with griz in the Magic Kingdom (SC) today. Ran into the birthday party train with shredchic, her hubbie Bruce, Mark Davidson, and a few others that had run into squashyo earlier. Some mud in flat spots, but otherwise it was magically delicious--all time on the steeper trails. Aleworks for the post-ride win.

    Btw, we parked at Golf Club (packed), then pedaled up Hwy 9 to the fireroad that connects to the Rincon trail. There were several slides on the hillside above the train tracks, but the road was great.
    That was good fun. I'm a little spanked, and the drive home was fun You forgot to mention James...I can't remember his name on here? What about "the dude" on Empire Grade with the Camo jacket and awesome goggles that tried to brake check you and squashyo...and then the yoga pants
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    Quote Originally Posted by flipnidaho View Post
    With some Enve/tire combinations, you need to put the tire in the jaws of a vise and then lift the wheel up to vertical to break the bead if you're trying to change it at home/shop. If you're out on a ride, I typically try to break the bead by stepping on the tire and lifting up the rim (it doesn't always work though).
    Thanks! I don't have a vise here so I was stuck my hands and levers. I was afraid to stand on the tire for fear of scratching her wheels. She was watching me from the kitchen window. Haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by griz View Post
    That was good fun. I'm a little spanked, and the drive home was fun You forgot to mention James...I can't remember his name on here? What about "the dude" on Empire Grade with the Camo jacket and awesome goggles that tried to brake check you and squashyo...and then the yoga pants
    Damn, it's raining good at the moment
    I might be a little tired, too... Yes, James/turfnsurf was there. I forgot him since he was so far off the front! And you forgot to mention the Euro dudes with the 36er (???). And the super secret play area/vista off of the Canine trail. It was a day full of cool stuff.
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    Got 37/5500 in Auburn today. Crap load of folks out including a huge high school multi school ride. Tried to huck the landslide on Stagecoach coming downhill. Wrong line put me short of the bottom and I cased hard. Nothing broken but I was lucky there. That's what I get for hitting something I've never seen before, stupid...... Made getting back home to Foresthill a long painful slog. Wine and IBU have solved the problem so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtvert View Post
    I might be a little tired, too... Yes, James/turfnsurf was there. I forgot him since he was so far off the front! And you forgot to mention the Euro dudes with the 36er (???). And the super secret play area/vista off of the Canine trail. It was a day full of cool stuff.
    Ahh yes, the Germans with the big orange Dirty Sixer bike. That dude was getting massive air What about the dogs digging and rooting thru the dirt; those guys were hilarious
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    East Bay hills, Sat before rain

    I did an early start on Saturday morning since the weather report said rain likely to come mid morning. I took the CX bike because I can ride from my home without loading on the car, and opens up options for mixed-terrain if the rain starts, ...and because you can ride most of the Oakland trails on a cross bike.

    My route was up tunnel (road), Redwood regional West Ridge (dirt), Pinehurst connector (road), East Ridge (dirt), back on road up to top of JMP, Big trees (dirt), climb out sunset (dirt), then more time on road to return home.

    East Ridge and West Ridge were very ridable with occasional mud pits less than 10ft long, not too boggy if ridden right through the middle. But there was some light rain on/off that would make the dirt turn into the nasty clay that happens there.

    JMP was looking pretty good as well. Since I was on the CX bike, I didn't ride Cinderella or Chaparral. Definitely a different type of riding than when riding JMP on the Bronson. But I think the CX bike on those trails is still fun, keeps my speeds down when the damp trails probably benefit from less aggressive riding, and lets me get some time on dirt.

    I got lucky that it didn't really start raining hard until I was back on the road at the end of the ride. Unfortunately, there was solid rain again last night, so I'm guessing today (Sunday) it might be too wet out there to ride without destroying the trails. But the lesson was that 4 days of sun seemed enough to make the trails ridable-ish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean Allan View Post

    Got 37/5500 in Auburn today. Crap load of folks out including a huge high school multi school ride. Tried to huck the landslide on Stagecoach coming downhill. Wrong line put me short of the bottom and I cased hard. Nothing broken but I was lucky there. That's what I get for hitting something I've never seen before, stupid...... Made getting back home to Foresthill a long painful slog. Wine and IBU have solved the problem so far.

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    How was the rain in Auburn last night? I know in Citrus Heights it only rained a little last night, hoping the same for up there...Want to head up around 10-11.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fc View Post
    Can we see hacked porn shots of your bike?
    How lewd!

    Since you showed me yours....
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    Quote Originally Posted by JCWages View Post
    Jeni slashed the sidewall on her rear tire last night.
    That looks like a nearly brand new tire. Bummer

    Tough Casings only. Light casing is ok if you're only riding granite bay.

    Deep loam now deep in the snow...

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Trail Bum View Post
    That looks like a nearly brand new tire. Bummer

    Tough Casings only. Light casing is ok if you're only riding granite bay.

    Deep loam now deep in the snow...
    It was. side knobs were starting to undercut but still good. I think Stonewall or Rocky did it.

    Are you out hootin it up?
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    Quote Originally Posted by griz View Post
    Ahh yes, the Germans with the big orange Dirty Sixer bike. That dude was getting massive air What about the dogs digging and rooting thru the dirt; those guys were hilarious
    French! :-P
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    Quote Originally Posted by davidfrench View Post
    French! :-P
    My apologies...I thought you made a German reference? Something like send all your German friends to us... I was exhausted at that point in our ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JCWages View Post
    Thanks! I don't have a vise here so I was stuck my hands and levers. I was afraid to stand on the tire for fear of scratching her wheels. She was watching me from the kitchen window. Haha
    Put it on a rug, then stand on it and lift...the bottom bead *should* pop and no scratches.

    Since I don't have access to the prime uc dirt...got my incline at Syncline.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dpo View Post
    How was the rain in Auburn last night? I know in Citrus Heights it only rained a little last night, hoping the same for up there...Want to head up around 10-11.
    Not sure about Auburn, but Foresthill got nearly 2 inches yesterday. Snowing now at 2500'

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    Quote Originally Posted by griz View Post
    My apologies...I thought you made a German reference? Something like send all your German friends to us... I was exhausted at that point in our ride.
    no worries. I can't remember what I said either, I was exhausted too!
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    Fun ride in Santa Cruz yesterday. Golf st parking was the most crowded ever. Saw lots of friends there getting their fix before the rain started. It was wetter than I though it would be in some sections. Steeper trails were great! It was a treat being able to ride down 9 with no cars! Some serious slides they are working on!
    Lots of smiling faces and stoked people at the end of the day!

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    #brraapp #gnarcal

    This photo sums up the weekend of riding down in Santa Cruz. #herodirt

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    Quote Originally Posted by JCWages View Post
    Thanks! I don't have a vise here so I was stuck my hands and levers. I was afraid to stand on the tire for fear of scratching her wheels. She was watching me from the kitchen window. Haha
    My trick is to put the edge of the rim on a wooden block (so the tire is not above the block, just the rim) and stand on the tire with a shoe that has very stiff sole, like 5.10 Impact or most hiking boots. You will need someone to hold the other side of the rim from going up. It can take some time but eventually worked on the most evil UST combos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JCWages View Post
    It was. side knobs were starting to undercut but still good. I think Stonewall or Rocky did it.

    Are you out hootin it up?
    Nope, loam is deep under the snow. Stuck to shredding low elevation trails for a while.

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    This photo sums up the weekend of riding down in Santa Cruz. #herodirt

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    Now I knew I recognized the truck w the GNARCAL plate and a bike in back. Made me jealous thinking "Someone gets to go ride and I gotta work? Sucks for me."

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    Quote Originally Posted by JCWages View Post
    Jeni slashed the sidewall on her rear tire last night. The sealant held for the rest of the ride but my confidence in the tire was shot so I went to swap it out for a new one this morning. The cursing that ensued was comical I'm sure.

    I could not unseat the bead by any means without risking scratching her fancy carbon wheel. I finally said F it and grabbed a pair of scissors intent on cutting the tire off. That mostly worked but to get the bead cut I had to nip through the nylon fibers with a tiny flathead screwdriver. I got the tire off but succeded in nicking 2 holes in the tubeless tape. Grrrr In goes a tube and 10 more minutes of fighting to get the tire on. Go to pump it up and pfffffff. Yup, tube has a hole in it. You can guess the rest.

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    Brother, see if you can get a hold of a Park PTS-1. Then dip the ends so you don't gouge the carbon rims. I swear more than once I've used mine to compress a tire while I twist slightly to get the bead to unseat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JCWages View Post
    Jeni slashed the sidewall on her rear tire last night. The sealant held for the rest of the ride but my confidence in the tire was shot so I went to swap it out for a new one this morning. The cursing that ensued was comical I'm sure.

    I could not unseat the bead by any means without risking scratching her fancy carbon wheel. I finally said F it and grabbed a pair of scissors intent on cutting the tire off. That mostly worked but to get the bead cut I had to nip through the nylon fibers with a tiny flathead screwdriver. I got the tire off but succeded in nicking 2 holes in the tubeless tape. Grrrr In goes a tube and 10 more minutes of fighting to get the tire on. Go to pump it up and pfffffff. Yup, tube has a hole in it. You can guess the rest.

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    Then we rode Auburn. Tried Grizzly for the first time and OMG. The rut is so deep in sure someone will die during the enduro if it is not fixed. I actually walked a couple sections and I don't usually walk much.
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    Confluence was in excellent condition but there were a lot of hikers. Grizzly made Confluence look like the Folsom Bike Path (paved). LOL The damaged section has been repaired via reroute and looks good.
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    Today was supposed to be a shuttle day. Jeni forgot to empty the car (Volt) so the ride back up to the truck was cramped to say the least....
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    Went home for lunch then met friends in Nevada City to shuttle a quick trail and the soil conditions were OMG perfect. Deep loamy goodness.

    The End.
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    My peeps!!!! I cut up 10 logs there with my Silky saw!
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    Weekend Ride Report: March 3-5

    So the ride window was Saturday huh? I went to see my kid play baseball at 11-3 pm so the day was shot. Didn't play. Sigh. There's 25 players and only 11 played. Ugggggh. I videotaped all the games though and I'm team video biatch now.

    Good team though. We have a couple major leaguers in the making. This one already has the walk down https://youtu.be/GoJ_SF39hTY

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    Quote Originally Posted by fc View Post
    You are the best!!!

    Don't use that tire or tire/rim combo again.
    Indeed! Sucks because she really likes the Trail Boss as a rear tire. I stuck an HRII 3C on the rear as a temp and she really felt the drag when climbing.

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    My peeps!!!! I cut up 10 logs there with my Silky saw!
    My hero! Did you bend the blade at all? I bent my Gomboy blade on the first tree I hacked. It still works but dang.

    Quote Originally Posted by fc View Post
    So the ride window was Saturday huh? I went to see my kid play baseball at 11-3 pm so the day was shot. Didn't play. Sigh. There's 25 players and only 11 played. Ugggggh. I videotaped all the games though and I'm team video biatch now.

    Good team though. We have a couple major leaguers in the making. This one already has the walk down

    Sunday... didn't ride. Trainer... eff you
    I'm video and picture biatch everywhere I go. lol

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    +1 for auburn. Got out there early and almost missed all the HS kids. Almost! haha. Conditions were fantastic.

    Pretty sure I saw JCwages and friends as I made my way up stagecoach.

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    16 deep in Santa Cruz yesterday, sloppy trails, hail but not much rainWeekend Ride Report: March 3-5-16-deep.jpg

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    Fortunately, most of the snow has melted.
    So, Boise does have hills. I have to apologize to one of my daughters friends who recently moved there.....
    Wait whuuut, who did he tell you that!?!?....

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