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    How overgrown is Bell Ridge?

    Hey now,

    Anybody recently ride Bell Ridge in Trabuco? Just wondering how overgrown the trail is with all the recent rain and flower take over? Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phishin Paul
    Hey now,

    Anybody recently ride Bell Ridge in Trabuco? Just wondering how overgrown the trail is with all the recent rain and flower take over? Thanks.
    its been a couple months but it was in great shape last time. i know people that have ridden it recently, still real nice. one gem of a ride!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phishin Paul
    Hey now,

    Anybody recently ride Bell Ridge in Trabuco? Just wondering how overgrown the trail is with all the recent rain and flower take over? Thanks.
    Seven weeks ago it was all clear.


    http://www.mountainbikebill.com/BellRidge.htm

    I highly doubt it will be the brush that will have you cussing out there

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtbbill
    Seven weeks ago it was all clear.


    I highly doubt it will be the brush that will have you cussing out there
    if you could take all the HAB ups and stack them at the begginning, this would be the greatest trail ever! its still cool if you like back country rides though.

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    I highly doubt it will be the brush that will have you cussing out there [/QUOTE]

    I hear that. I rode it last year in heat similar to what we are seeing today. Besides almost dehydrating I had a few "chicken" momments where I thought I was OTB. The HAB sections are brutal and never seem to end. I trully do enjoy the last 3-4 miles of that trail.
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