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    new fav trail

    It would have to be Jackass ridge trail in Truckee 5 miles down hill of jumps, drops, sweet ladders, and log rides interlaced with technical rocky sections and periods of fast single track. Pics will be up as soon as i get my buddies camera
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    Quote Originally Posted by BKnight
    It would have to be Jackass ridge trail in Truckee 5 miles down hill of jumps, drops, sweet ladders, and log rides interlaced with technical rocky sections and periods of fast single track. Pics will be up as soon as i get my buddies camera
    Post hundreds of pics .
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    the one who took the pictures and owner of the camera is in South carolina right now, so no pics till he comes back
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    just some more
    1) luckymonkey riding the rock
    2) the long ladder
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    now that the camera has come home from turkey eating, pics are here! only took pics at one spot, didn't ever want to stop again
    1) 3 ladders to choose
    2)the begining (me)
    3)down section i just couldn't get (luckymonkey000013)
    4)going down the trail (me)
    5)having to use the tree for some support (me)
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    That is so sick! And this is in Northern NV?
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    well actualy cali, but so close, just a mile south going out of truckee, if you want directions i'll give them to ya, they probly have snow up there now
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    Thanx for the pics . Very cool riding spot .
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    jackass ridge is where?

    where is jackass ridge? I used to live in truckee and sounds like you are describing the playground near glenshire. 1 and same?

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    hmm, it might be, i'm not sure, you know were the round about is? if you head south after going around that you go under a train bridge, then go about a mile and you turn right onto a dirt road, and you follow that for about 3 miles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BKnight
    hmm, it might be, i'm not sure, you know were the round about is? if you head south after going around that you go under a train bridge, then go about a mile and you turn right onto a dirt road, and you follow that for about 3 miles.
    Can anyone give more specific information on where this is? This place looks like its quite the playground.

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    thats about as explisit as it gets, sorry, its just about a mile out of truckee going south, then you turn right on a dirt road and you follow the main dirt road up a couple switch backs, and then you come to a big open area and you go right, just follow that and you will run into the trail, there is a little parking area
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