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    Richland Area

    Looking for some good single track in / around Richland area. From satellite imagery it appears to be mostly farm land. Hoping for Mountains, trees and alpine environments.

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    Due to a serious lacking of mountains, trees and alpine in and around Richland, your request has been denied. Seriously, 2 hours travel east or west from Richland takes you to the mountains. Richland is in the dry part of the state.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wavejim View Post
    your request has been denied.
    Was afraid of that aspect. 2 hour drive is way to far for an evening ride or even weekend ride away from the family.

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    If you don't mind the sagebrush you can ride a number of places in the area. State patrol, chamna and a few others are close by.

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    state patrol is where its at! especially if you like to jump! not much tech, but lots of flowy single track. great for afternoon rides. Going fast makes it technical...

    behind the state patrol headquaters where 82 meets 395. you can see the trails if you zoom in enough on google maps.

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