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    Trail Recommendations......Visiting Rio Rancho

    My wife and I will be visiting my parents in Rio Rancho and are looking for some trail advice. My wife is a beginner and will be riding a 6" AM bike as will myself. We're looking at ride times of 2-3 hrs a day for a couple days. What trails are a must for Albuquerque? or Santa Fe? I've heard people take the tramway up the Sandia's, how's that ride? Thx Jeff

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    You can delete this thread if you like........last time I visited NM there wasn't a FAQ trail thread....thanks guys, looks like there's plenty info on there.

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    You should check out White Mesa.
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    You should check out White Mesa.
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    Because of my mistake, six men didn't return from that raid.

    Quote Originally Posted by WWStone
    My wife and I will be visiting my parents in Rio Rancho and are looking for some trail advice. My wife is a beginner and will be riding a 6" AM bike as will myself. We're looking at ride times of 2-3 hrs a day for a couple days. What trails are a must for Albuquerque? or Santa Fe? I've heard people take the tramway up the Sandia's, how's that ride? Thx Jeff
    You can't take a bike on the tram. That sucks.

    The local advice sticky has most trails nearby. Ask here if you want someone to show you a particular trail.
    See the trails, be one with FOO-MTB.
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    For a beginner, White Mesa can be a trill. The Foot Hills a lot of fun. East Mtns for a little more tech. riding. Lots of good stuff in the area.

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