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    another squirrel question...

    would starting @1206>bradley creek>laurel creek>squirell>south mills river be a good route (never ridden bradley creek)... oh and can some one teleport me from one end of 1206 to the other so I dont have to ride the fireroad for 10 miles ... I guess I will need 2 cars... shutlling squirell I know before anyone says it.. just seems so boring after all that fun

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    Don't take Bradley. It's got tons of deep water crossings. Like one after the other. More of a swim and less of a ride. There is a road that parallels Bradley called 5015. I'd suggest using the road.

    I'm not sure why but I've typically done that route in reverse. Starting on 1206 at yellow gap to FS 476 > south mills river >Squirrel > Laurel Creek > FS 5015 back to yellow gap.

    That climb up 5015 late in the day can be a crusher.

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    south mills river is so fun going down it though ... maybe i should try it your direction- wondered why I had always taken 5015

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    You've got other options than just pedaling the whole length of 1206. Why not throw in a Laurel mtn to pilor rock loop, or at least a pilot cove loop? That would totaly cut down on the gravel miles. just saying.
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    If went Madia s way I could I would hate to go up pilot rock although I may not have enough time for that next Sunday

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    Considering how he makes his beer, I'd have second thoughts too... polyurethane does provide a nice taste, and the BKF whitens your teeth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by supercusty
    If went Madia s way I could I would hate to go up pilot rock although I may not have enough time for that next Sunday
    Try this:

    If you shuttle, start at Pink Beds and end up at Turkeypen.

    If not, start at TP then SMR-Cantrell-Horse-Squirrel and back up the hill.

    There are plenty of side loops either way to get any desired ride length.
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    Quote Originally Posted by M-U-M
    Considering how he makes his beer, I'd have second thoughts too... polyurethane does provide a nice taste, and the BKF whitens your teeth.

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    Hand saws?

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