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    Agoura/Cheeseboro

    My family and myself are going to be out that way tomorrow (Sun 4/22) in the afternoon, just wondering if it doesn't rain, will the trails be okay to ride?....or will they still be too wet (read clay-like) from the Friday storm to ride.

    I live by LAX, and don't want to lug out a bike and gear if I can't ride.

    Any info is greatly appreciated,
    -tep

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    Quote Originally Posted by tep
    My family and myself are going to be out that way tomorrow (Sun 4/22) in the afternoon, just wondering if it doesn't rain, will the trails be okay to ride?....or will they still be too wet (read clay-like) from the Friday storm to ride.
    They should be ok. We got almost an inch of rain on Friday, but it was so dry and it was mostly sunny today, so it should be pretty dry. There are a few places that can stay muddy for a while, but I think most of it should be ok.

    If it turns out to be too muddy, there is the Los Robles trail (off of Moorpark Road), which will certainly be dry. I rode there today, and it's in great shape. If you don't know it, it starts with a nice switchbacked climb - not for beginners, but quite nice.

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