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    socal has some sweet trails.....whats your favorite!!?

    Whooo, i got the first post on here!!

    Anyways for the socal people lets hear where you live and what you like to ride!

    Im in San Juan Capastrano(by the famous San Juan Trail!)

    I love Saddleback are for the cooler days then ill hit up Aliso Woods ands whiting for the hotter days.

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    socal riding

    Laguna here........

    Love to hit Aliso then down canyon acres over to Laguna wilderness up into El Morro.....then cruise back on PCH.

    Good 2 hour loop

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    Well I would have to say Santiago Oaks near Irvine. That place has some of the nicest singletracks and downhills around. And plus the climb of the three b*tches is always a great way to train....

    here are some pics of a recent ride:



    Sweet ladder drop just built. (dont know who bulit it but thanks!)








    Mr Toads Wild Ride (AKA waterfall)






    Finally the Three B*tches Climb


    Well thats my favorite trail in SoCal. Theres a couple of others I like, but this so far is the most challenging
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    La Tuna

    Climb up from the Burbank side and make a left into the La Tuna singletrack. Very technical But fun!



    Quote Originally Posted by KamikazeBikr
    Whooo, i got the first post on here!!

    Anyways for the socal people lets hear where you live and what you like to ride!

    Im in San Juan Capastrano(by the famous San Juan Trail!)

    I love Saddleback are for the cooler days then ill hit up Aliso Woods ands whiting for the hotter days.

    cyahh
    Matt

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    help

    Hi!! I'm an italian guy and in a couple of weeks I'll be in oceanside,ca ;I would like to know if there are same nice trails in that zone:Thanks

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    I live north of LA and ride around on the stuff around Palo Comado Canyon, Chesboro Canyon, and Ahmanson ranch. My favorite is going exploring through Ahmanson Ranch, but below is a picture of Palo Comado Canyon at a nice lookout.


    Click for larger version.

    Good stuff, and all down the street from me!

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    anyplace that resembles this........
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    Romero Canyon

    Views looking up & down. 2,200 ft. up in 5.5 miles. A slice of heaven!
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    Corona over here. I mostly go to skyline since it's literally 2 minutes from my best freinds front door. Anyone up for a ride up here Saturday if it doesn't rain?

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    I like to ride laguna canyon (Telonics, Direct Dial) and San Juan Open Space is fun. This picture is of Direct Dial and yes I do ride that!
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    San Clemente Here!

    To the Orange County guys, where are the trails in San Juan and what is a good trail for a Novice to train on? I'm not so hot about going UP a bunch of steep stuff, not fit enough. Also training my Daughter. She's pretty wild for her age and can handle some down hill stuff. I don't want just a family trail. We need something technical or DH. What can you guys reccomend here in this ares?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trail Thumper
    To the Orange County guys, where are the trails in San Juan and what is a good trail for a Novice to train on? I'm not so hot about going UP a bunch of steep stuff, not fit enough. Also training my Daughter. She's pretty wild for her age and can handle some down hill stuff. I don't want just a family trail. We need something technical or DH. What can you guys reccomend here in this ares?

    Peace out!
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    Would have to say try ALISO WOODS in Laguna Beach Laguna Hills area.

    Its got everything from steep climbs to technial single track to flat fireroads.

    You can make many loops as short or as long as you want.
    here is a beautiful website about ALISO and many other trails in the area.

    http://www.mountainbikebill.com/


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    Kenter is great.

    It's the only place to ride aggressively and jump in west los angeles, kinda like a single lane slalom course.
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    Smile Oceanside Trails

    Go to: www.mountainbikebill.com
    Click on: San Diego trails
    Click on: Flightline

    Others close trails include: Elfin Forest and Dailey Ranch. If you want to make a day of it, try Noble Canyon...

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    Hey guys,

    Arcadia/Monrovia report here,

    Currently my regular ride is Monrovia Canyon Park up to Rincon, this is a nice ride not too technical but great for getting in shape.

    Ive been working on this same route then take it over to chantry, Im hoping to get into to good enough shape to take this route all the way to Mt. Wilson.

    Has anyone on here riden this before, if so how was it?

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    Flightline, Carlsbad

    Rock roller on the T9 trail at Flightline
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    Corona Trails

    Quote Originally Posted by downhillzeypher
    Corona over here. I mostly go to skyline since it's literally 2 minutes from my best freinds front door. Anyone up for a ride up here Saturday if it doesn't rain?

    I was planning on riding there on Saturday or the Instense DH trail in Elsinore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by plate
    Hey guys,

    Arcadia/Monrovia report here,

    Currently my regular ride is Monrovia Canyon Park up to Rincon, this is a nice ride not too technical but great for getting in shape.

    Ive been working on this same route then take it over to chantry, Im hoping to get into to good enough shape to take this route all the way to Mt. Wilson.

    Has anyone on here riden this before, if so how was it?
    Hey Plate, I live about a mile away from Monrovia Canyon Park and have up to the White Saddle too many times to count. It is a good training ride. The loop you're talking about would be epic. I've ridded from the OHV area in Azusa Canyon up to Rincon and then over and down through Chantry. It's about 5 miles to White Saddle so I'd guess about 15 to 20 miles for the loop you're talking about. That would be pretty brutal towards the end.

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    Flightline is the perfect hour ride

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    Rock roller on the T9 trail at Flightline
    That is one fun trail. Flightline is almost the perfect trail system for hour lunch rides - that is until the city of Carlsbad plows it to extend Faraday St. It's a great nite ride too.

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    Anyone know a good trail near Corona to do shuttle runs off? It can't be TOO hardcore, but it's gotta be at least challenging and fast.

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    hey man, could i ride with u guys

    nice trail, what day do u ride & time


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    Quote Originally Posted by mtnbikerdude87
    Well I would have to say Santiago Oaks near Irvine. That place has some of the nicest singletracks and downhills around. And plus the climb of the three b*tches is always a great way to train....

    here are some pics of a recent ride:



    Sweet ladder drop just built. (dont know who bulit it but thanks!)








    Mr Toads Wild Ride (AKA waterfall)






    Finally the Three B*tches Climb


    Well thats my favorite trail in SoCal. Theres a couple of others I like, but this so far is the most challenging

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    I'm from Upland....

    My favorite trails around here are East Fence Line in Chino Hills State Park and and Marshall Canyon in Claremont., some of which was burned in the recent fires but mostly intact

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    Quote Originally Posted by emsunga@hotmail.com
    nice trail, what day do u ride & time


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    I usually ride on Saturday mornings. I meet my friend around 8:00 at his house and we ride from there. PM me if you want to come along and we'll schedule somthing out. This sat I might go but Im not completely sure.
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    Mine is got to be Red Box to JPL or Strawberry Peak. Perhaps Mt. Wilson Trail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ALGUIEN1
    Mine is got to be Red Box to JPL or Strawberry Peak. Perhaps Mt. Wilson Trail.

    hmm JPL downhill kick ass, chino is fun, claremont is fun too...(if the trails are still there!)

    uh, i like some of the the santa monica trails of muholland too, nice singletrack and close to civilization.

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