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    Bonking ... not feelin' well looks like I gotta wait till next week to ride?

    Raining today (wed.) and in the am tomorrow according to weather.com. I had made plans to do moro or whiting Friday but I doubt that's an option anymore, right?

    Looks like I might have to wait until next week

    O well . . . on the bright side, everything smells fresher after rain

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    Hell no we wont it called build trails then when your one you ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xtdrider
    Hell no we wont it called build trails then when your one you ride.
    English please?

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    build then ride

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    Quote Originally Posted by LBguy
    Raining today (wed.) and in the am tomorrow according to weather.com. I had made plans to do moro or whiting Friday but I doubt that's an option anymore, right?

    Looks like I might have to wait until next week

    O well . . . on the bright side, everything smells fresher after rain
    Whiting is closed. They usually close the trail when it rains and open it back up a day or two after the rain stops. I don't know about Moro. I would suggest that, in order to keep from damaging the trails, wait at least 1-2 days after the rain subsides before you hit the trails again.

    I'm planning on doing Whiting on Sunday morning. ...hopefully.
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    Idea!

    Yeah if you go to a ski slope (lifts) If you dont you have local trails you can build anytime you want and ride when ever you can.

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    Friday would be good for a moro/LCOS loop

    town trail would be nice...

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    Good job!

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    We have our own little playground.

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    Look like no rain today (thursday) and tomorrow (friday). Anybody going to moro or whiting Friday?

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    The following are closed today (friday)

    moro canyon
    whiting ranch
    peter's canyon


    I'ma keep calling for a few more minutes, hopefully some play is open . . .

    edit: Malibu Creek is open. It's a longer drive but I'll probly go . . . .I
    Last edited by LBguy; 10-22-2004 at 09:52 AM.

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    It's so wet in many San Diego riding areas that they'll stay closed well past this sunny weekend. It's part of the deal: we DO occasionally get some winter weather that renders our trails unrideable (and very uncool to ride).

    Time for some bike maintenance, seal kit swaps, etc...

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    Quote Originally Posted by LBguy
    The following are closed today (friday)

    moro canyon
    whiting ranch
    peter's canyon


    I'ma keep calling for a few more minutes, hopefully some play is open . . .

    edit: Malibu Creek is open. It's a longer drive but I'll probly go . . . .I
    You shold go do Santiago Truck Trail. It usually drys up pretty quick.

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    you gotta wait 'till next, next week

    SD county- I went riding today (10/23/04) hoping that the trails had already dried but it looks like they're in a bad shape. I went to Mission Trails through the Visitor's Center and immediately you can see all the damage from the rain, the water bars didn't seem to do sh!t. A lot of parts were eroded and a ton of new ruts formed, and this was just the Visitor Center loop... Suycutt wash must be in horrible shape. I kept on going making sure that I didn't leave any tracks but it was damn near impossible, so headed back right before the SD river crossing (it was impossible to cross onto N. Fortuna anyway, the San Diego river was full, and the water level was above the bridge, turning it into a little waterfall-type thing). There were a lot of deep, muddy tire tracks too, some jack@sses just didn't give a phuck. SDMBAers- I guess it's time to breakout those shovels and hiking boots again.

    Does anyone know a trail in SD county where it's ok to ride? I'm hoping i can ride by tuesday 'cause the rain's due back on wednesday.

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    p.s. I NEED a Pugsley

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    I'm out of riding till next weekend as of now too..my rear hub took a ****. new wheelset nextweekend but for the time being I'll be at the local dirt jumps building
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    I was at Lake Hodges earlier today.

    I rode up Bernado Mountain and the trails were fine.

    Although I didn't make it to the west side of the lake today.

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    Went to Turnbull Canyon today and the trails were 95% fine.

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