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    Beginners Ride at Lake Natomas Saturday

    Turns out the mellow ride I have planned up near Nevada City is snowed in. If anyone is interested in a super mellow cruise around Lake Natomas Char and I are heading up there on Saturday afternoon for a ride. I'm tenatively planning on circling the lake with some extra miles on the Folsom side. Probably 10-15 miles with very little climbing.

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    Uh out of curiousity, but if you're looping the lake, what are you going to ride on the north shore?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ciclistagonzo
    Uh out of curiousity, but if you're looping the lake, what are you going to ride on the north shore?
    Dirt!! Bike trail!! Whatever we encounter!!

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    Good answer! Actually I was hoping you found some dirt that I didn't know about, that might be legal. Bummer.

    Word of warning, LOTS of pedestrians out there last weekend.
    -Aaron G.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ciclistagonzo
    ...............Word of warning, LOTS of pedestrians out there last weekend.
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    View pedestrians, dogs and horses as "dynamic obstacles". They keep each ride fresh and new. *ding-ding*

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    Well if there's no sign...

    Quote Originally Posted by Ciclistagonzo
    Good answer! Actually I was hoping you found some dirt that I didn't know about, that might be legal. Bummer.

    Word of warning, LOTS of pedestrians out there last weekend.
    We try and keep it low key. I don't ride this trail often but usually the pedestrians stick to the wider paths.

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    That's our approach for the night rides we do, lots of great trails available.

    This is shot of the North shore just after the dam. See anything you like? Me too.
    ZERO signs. Enjoy!

    -Aaron

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    Dam, after compressing it and uploading the quality stinks!
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    -Aaron G.

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    Runnners use the trails

    The south side trail is popular with many runners including me. And the trails can get very narrow. Have fun.

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