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    Paging "The Inbred," got yer ears on?

    Quick question for ya. I noticed you're in Austin, right?
    Well, my wife and I are moving back to Texas within the next couple of years, and I was wondering how the riding is in Austin these days. I grew up and started riding mountain bikes in San Antonio, but I've been away for several years now. If I remember right, the race course at Flat Creek would be awesome on ss, as would Warda and Rocky Hill, but I don't know about stuff like Emma Long.
    So what's your favorite places to ride down there? Next time we come for a visit, I'd like to show my wife Austin, since I'd rather live there than S.A. Maybe I could even bring the bike...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sslos
    Quick question for ya. I noticed you're in Austin, right?
    Well, my wife and I are moving back to Texas within the next couple of years, and I was wondering how the riding is in Austin these days. I grew up and started riding mountain bikes in San Antonio, but I've been away for several years now. If I remember right, the race course at Flat Creek would be awesome on ss, as would Warda and Rocky Hill, but I don't know about stuff like Emma Long.
    So what's your favorite places to ride down there? Next time we come for a visit, I'd like to show my wife Austin, since I'd rather live there than S.A. Maybe I could even bring the bike...

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    Hey I'm not the Inbred, but I'm another cen-tex local.

    The ridin' in the Austin area has been getting better = more trails.

    I ride everything on the SS and it's all good. Flat Creek is great on SS but it's only open 1 week out of the year.

    Emma Long is technical, some of it's trials like, when I ride there I gear down low.

    Warda & Rocky are fast on SS. Walnut Creek is also a fast SS trail.

    The Barton Creek Green Belt is real nice.

    Some new trails are Muleshoe, Madrone, Reimers & Georgetown.

    The local message board is at bikemojo.com.

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    Thanks for the input!

    I kinda figured that most of the stuff would rock os ss, but I was just going off of my memory.
    As far as Flat Creek goes, I was hoping someone was going to say something like, "the horses are only allowed to ride one week a year- it's a bike park now!" But that's just wishfull thinking!

    Sounds like the trails will make me push for Austin over S.A., although, as I said< it'll be a while still.

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