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    Smile Single track rides in Tacoma Washington

    Any one know of any good beginer rides in Tacoma WA. ?
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    Dash Point

    Dash Point State park is pretty good for begineers. No big uphills just nice rolling single track.

    http://content.mtbr.com/pscTrails/Un...0_4586crx.aspx

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    Thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by nermol
    Dash Point State park is pretty good for begineers. No big uphills just nice rolling single track.

    http://content.mtbr.com/pscTrails/Un...0_4586crx.aspx
    Thanks alot.. have you ever tried Victor Falls ??
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    Victor falls is great. definately a good skill builder area where you can also put down plenty of miles and even play on some stunts. Or just do a nice easy flat ride.

    Do you live in Bothell? if so I presume you'vde ridden st.edwards?

    Tiger and Lake sawyer are also great, and south of seattle.

    You should also check out the washington board here on MTBR, and also
    www.bbtc.org
    www.stmcc.org


    Quote Originally Posted by bothellbarbie
    Thanks alot.. have you ever tried Victor Falls ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by bothellbarbie
    Thanks alot.. have you ever tried Victor Falls ??
    I have been out to Victor Falls 5 times. Everytime I have gone I have been disapointed, for the hour and 20 minutes it takes me to get out there I would rather head north instead. Not to mention me or one of my buddies always seems to have a mechanical when we go out there.
    But if I lived close I would most likely give it a chance. If you go, stop by the Bonney Lake Bicycle Shop and get a map, well worth the $1.50.

    Cheers

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    If you don't mind driving a little North, Ft. Ebey has great XC single track that even a beginner would enjoy.

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    Fort Steilacom...

    ... is an easy ride. It is located in the Lakewood area of Tacoma. About 7-8 miles of trail, no more than 100' vert. It's a small area that is impossible to get lost in.

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    Ya might try a little furthur south in Olympia.. Cap Forest has some nice trails ..

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