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    Cheeseboro conditions

    Just wondering if anyone has an update on the Cheeseboro area? I'm planning on riding there tomorrow, Sunday 2/26, depending on conditions.

    Muddy? dry?...etc?

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    hey tep heard it was way muddy

    Gas pipe is beat to threads...but not as bad as tunnel
    the trick is ENJOYING YOUR LIFE EACH DAY, don't waste them away wishing for better days

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    Quote Originally Posted by tep
    Just wondering if anyone has an update on the Cheeseboro area? I'm planning on riding there tomorrow, Sunday 2/26, depending on conditions.
    Muddy? dry?...etc?
    thanks,
    tep
    After the early January storms Cheesebro was hopeless and it's sure to be the same now. I'm not even thinking about Cheesebro, BTW rain coming Sunday night.

    Another group canceled their Sunday ride because Cheesebro is guaranteed to be muddy. A friend entered through Palo Comado and found the water knee deep.

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    I think a ride a the beach would probably be the best bet ...I have never seen the trails this bad or the amount of water on them
    the trick is ENJOYING YOUR LIFE EACH DAY, don't waste them away wishing for better days

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    Pacman check your pm

    Pacman, check your private messages...I forgot your e-mail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SHIVER ME TIMBERS
    I think a ride a the beach would probably be the best bet ...I have never seen the trails this bad or the amount of water on them
    Much of the Santa Monicas around Westridge, Sully ridge etc, seem to be fine.
    Buy a bell, help the trails....

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    I did a short ride at Chesebro just before the the last storm (to Shepards flats, then west and up to the lookout). Most of the trail had dried out by then, actually, though every one of the formally dry stream crossings had water in it (including one long rock garden section in the middle of the Sulfpher Springs single track. Overal, though, the trail wasn't too badly messed up.

    When it dries up, I'm really looking forward to seeing what happened to Marbles. There was a section back there where the trail was sorta falling into a ravine before the rains. Wonder what it looks like now.

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