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    Good MTB's for Rent in San Diego?

    May have some guests coming from out of town to San Diego interested in hitting some local trails. Would need to set them up with something worthy of BLT or Noble.
    Any info regrding shops that rent would be a big help.
    Thanks!
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    No Way!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Bulldozer27
    Bike Tours sucks ass! I just took an out-of-towner on a ride today. He had to beg them to get a mountain bike. It was a Rockhopper with dumpy brakes.

    You need to go to http://aabikes.net/ . THEY ARE AWESOME!

    Stumpjumpers and Epics are what they rent.

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    Wow, Stumpys and Epics? I should just sell my hardtail and rent from them

    Thanks for the tip, I always rented from Bike Tours when my buddy came to town because I didn't know any better.

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    Thanks the tip

    Quote Originally Posted by noslogan
    Bike Tours sucks ass! I just took an out-of-towner on a ride today. He had to beg them to get a mountain bike. It was a Rockhopper with dumpy brakes.

    You need to go to http://aabikes.net/ . THEY ARE AWESOME!

    Stumpjumpers and Epics are what they rent.

    They are even in the same locale as where our guests are staying. Too easy!

    Mucho Gracias
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    de nada

    Quote Originally Posted by BobL
    They are even in the same locale as where our guests are staying. Too easy!

    Mucho Gracias
    "singletraks n singlemalts" nice!

    Where are you taking your guests?

    Please have them call ahead as I do not know the quantities of bikes that are available.

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    Depends on who shows

    Quote Originally Posted by noslogan
    "singletraks n singlemalts" nice!

    Where are you taking your guests?
    I may run 'em up Deer Valley and down Noble, or just around BLT.
    If it's just me n' the wife, we may do IC to Noble and down. Haven't seen it since it was Sweco'd.

    Singletraks and Singlemalts is a signature birthday ride I put together many years (10) ago out of Cuya and over to BLT/Noble. 40 miles of st with just 4 of it road (Pioneer mail to BLT). Then the route became an IMBA Epic (w/ a mod or two) but they didn't have 5 different singlemalts to try after the ride.
    This year it's out of the Sierra Club lodge on Sunrise, and we'll do it in November cause it's warmer in the lodge than GV campground. Of course, lots of Scotch including a rather mature Laphroig
    If ya gotta good tool, build a shed over it

    "The most blatant lies are told just after a fishing trip, during a war, and just before an election"

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