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    Ten Laws of LOAM

    Good Read!(*ripped thread from az forum)
    The Ten Laws Of Loam - NSMB.com
    I dig dirt!

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    Useful advice for our little community.

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    Great info. Thanks ImaFred. Strava is a big part of our lives. Make use of the "Private" peoples.
    Consciousness, that annoying time between bike rides.

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    I don't use Strava, but maybe I'll start following local riders to find some secret trails around here!

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    This cuts deep, had some delish hidden runs in NorCal that got shut down when the entrances and exits got blown out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lopaka View Post
    Great info. Thanks ImaFred. Strava is a big part of our lives. Make use of the "Private" peoples.
    No need to get high tech and go fishing on Strava when the trails can be plainly seen from a distance, let alone the parked cars....or Google Maps/Earth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by richde View Post
    No need to get high tech and go fishing on Strava when the trails can be plainly seen from a distance, let alone the parked cars....or Google Maps/Earth.
    Not always!!! sometimes Google can lag behind 2 -3 years depending on last sat shot.
    New trails don't always mean new parking area.
    If there's any decent vegetation you wouldn't be able to see a trail very well, if it is constructed right.( here in our wide open deserts, that ones a lil hard) but you can build through/over rock to hide lines in and out.
    I dig dirt!

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