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    Mendocino Coast Trail Guidebook - Where to purchase

    If anyone is interested in the JackaRoo Trail guidebook - Mountain Biking the Mendocino Coast and Beyond it may be purchased for $12.95 in Mendocino at Catch a Canoe and Bicycles Too!, Gallery Bookstore or in Fort Bragg at the Outdoor Store, Down Home Foods, and Cheshire Books. I am personally out of stock of the trail guidebook. Please support the above stores for the last copies of the 1st edition.
    Thank you all for your suppport. If there is a big enough demand I will do a second edition.
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    Correction for Trail guidebook

    To those who purchased my trail guidebook, page 23 is incorrect. I will be more than happy to provide you with the correct description page. Please send me a private message with your physical address so I can forward the page to you.
    I apologize for this and will do whatever to make sure your book is up to date with the information necessary to keep you from getting lost while enjoying our trails.
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    I just scored the last one at the outdoor store.

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    Thank you for purchasing the trail guidebook. Please send me you address and I will forward you the correct page 23.
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    Snail mail or email?

    I spent the evening thumbing through it as it looks to be dry all week and I am just over the hill in Ukiah. My typical weekend ride is about 16 miles or so of technical single track with about 2500 feet of elevation. I like trails to be technically challenging and fun, but I am not in uber shape. Which of these do you recommend?

    If your ever on this side of the ridge I'll show you what we have.

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    Trails to ride

    My favorite 16+ miler is the Double Loop (page 30). Lots of great single track. Good climbs with great downhill rewards for your efforts. We did it on Saturday and it was in great shape. We are riding tomorrow (Tuesday) if you want to join us. We are meeting at the Scales at 11AM (page 33). The Scales have a number of different routes we can choose.
    There will be a ride on Thursday as well. No meeting place has been determind yet.

    If interested, email at: rooharris@hughes.net.

    I need your physical address to send you a hard copy of corrected page 23.
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    Email sent!

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