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  1. #1
    Single(Pivot)and Happy
    Reputation: Boulder Pilot's Avatar
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    Jan 2004

    Central Coast trail access issues?

    I'm going to be riding up at Cerro Alto, Montana de Oro, Fort Ord, and a few other places in between. I'm coming up from San Diego. My question:

    Are there any trail access issues that I should know about pertaining to these areas? I'm not asking about trail etiquette, I would like to know if there are certain areas/trails that have local issues, so that I may not become part of the problem.

    Thank you in advance.
    The suspension of your bike sucks if it's different than mine. Really. It sucks. Big time.

  2. #2
    mtbr member
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    Apr 2005
    Santa Barbara is "bell country" as in, run a bell on your bike to alert hikers. Cudos for asking!
    Enjoy every ride!

  3. #3
    just along for the ride
    Reputation: Brown_Teeth's Avatar
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    Jan 2004
    Well bells are good, at Cerro Alto its park for 5$ and go HR ballistic in 200 yards or park at the gate for a 1 mile free warm up. Go Up then take creek run down unless you like to go fast then double back

  4. #4
    trail rat
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    Jul 2005
    In SLO, most trails are multi user.

    Montana de Oro has some trails restricted to MTB. Here is a link to a map you can look at or print. Those are the only restricted trails that I know.
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