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    Good shuttle trails in the CB area?

    So I've had this trip planned for 5 months now. 4 buddies and I are heading up to CB this Thursday. Broke my clavical 2 weeks ago so now it looks like I'll be self medicating while my buds are riding. Thought I'd see if there is any good drop off/ pick up points so they may enjoy some down hill action without all the up hill that normally goes along with it.

    Thanks for any insight.

    Dan

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    401, Dyke trail,

    YOu can take your bud's to the top of Reno, they'd appreciate that. Long ride though to get back to Deadmans gulch. You'll need beer.

    If you have a 4wd, you could shuttle them to the top of Dr Park.

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    Agate Creek from the top of Monarch pass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IndecentExposure
    401, Dyke trail,

    YOu can take your bud's to the top of Reno, they'd appreciate that. Long ride though to get back to Deadmans gulch. You'll need beer.
    There's some decent singletrack along Reno Divide that drops you at the top of Deadmans switchbacks. But Bear-Flag-Dead is better.

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    Any word on how dry 401 is right now??

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    401 is a little mucky with patches of snow on the way up. Easily hiked in those sections. Clear at the clearing, and clear all the way down. I did it last weekend.

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    I did it recently also. Hike a bike over snow from the top of Schofield to the top clearing. Perfect all the way down. The snow hiking just made it even more fun & interesting. One of the most fun days I've had on a bike.

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    A good CB shuddle option would look something like this....

    the drugs made me realize it's not about the drugs

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    come out of the closet....

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    Indecent: How would I go about getting to Dr. Park?

    Thanks much

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    i just got done riding here, i rode the lift and my favorite was Avery, nothing really extreme, but there are some tricky sections with some jumps and drops. Thats the only downhill trail i did, but it was the best.

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