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    Nov 19-22, 2018 Thanksgiving Week Ride, Rain and Air Quality Report

    So much going on this week, Thanksgiving, air quality should be improving in much of NorCal, rain, group rides, colder weather, lots of food, and more......

    What's your plan? No riding for me this week, just sitting on the beach.

    Air quality, trail, rain and related reports and photos are appreciated.

    Happy Thanksgiving!

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    My view for the week.....sitting on my ass eating too much....

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    Two storm systems are forecast to bring much needed rainfall to our region this week: The first is expected to spread widespread rain across our entire region late Tuesday night and Wednesday. Showers will linger into Thanksgiving Day. The second system will bring another round of rainfall from Thursday evening through Friday. Here are forecast rain totals for both systems combined.
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    Does rain help get rid of the lingering smoke? Or do we still need the Camp Fire gone and/or winds blowing in a different direction?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 5k bike 50cent legs View Post
    What's your plan?
    Coming down from OR. Exchequer Wed&Thur, maybe Tuesday. Demo on Friday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tbmaddux View Post
    Coming down from OR. Exchequer Wed&Thur, maybe Tuesday. Demo on Friday.
    Sweeeeeet! you're gonna get it after our first rains! it's been pretty dusty lately!

    can't wait!

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    By the way, along with plenty of rain - the winds look to be shifting Tuesday night. They have been blowing from the North the last week. Tomorrow night they should start coming from the South, and stay that way through the holiday. Thanksgiving will probably be clear.

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    Thinking about doing a pre-thanksgiving demo ride...post-first rain should be good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tbmaddux View Post
    Coming down from OR. Exchequer Wed&Thur, maybe Tuesday. Demo on Friday.
    I will likely be at Demo/Aptos Friday as well to work off all the food Iím stuffing in my face.

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    Quote Originally Posted by griffsterb View Post
    Does rain help get rid of the lingering smoke? Or do we still need the Camp Fire gone and/or winds blowing in a different direction?
    What's needed is wind. And the winds come with rain. The peaks are already clearing today. Should be way better by tomorrow!!
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    AQI still in the 200 range today.
    Looking forward to riding tomorrow.

    Put the wind elevation at 2000ft. and check out tomorrow!

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    Nov 19-22, 2018 Thanksgiving Week Ride, Rain and Air Quality Report

    Scouting some single track in Kauai.




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    Salinas AQI down to 65 today, Fort Ord is good to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 5k bike 50cent legs View Post
    Scouting some single track in Kauai.



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    Quote Originally Posted by 5k bike 50cent legs View Post
    Scouting some single track in Kauai.



    Waimea Canyon hike. Right???
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    Little bit of Fremont Older tonight. More tomorrow.





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    Watching kid grow

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    Nov 19-22, 2018 Thanksgiving Week Ride, Rain and Air Quality Report

    Quote Originally Posted by fc View Post
    Waimea Canyon hike. Right???
    Yep, off limits to MTB in many areas. I don't recommend riding here.



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    Quote Originally Posted by 5k bike 50cent legs View Post
    Yep, off limits to MTB in many areas. I don't recommend riding here.
    I made brap, braaaap sounds while hiking. You make it to the falls?
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    I'm headed up to Graeagle after the holiday and was hoping to do Mills Peak as an out-and-back Saturday morning. Does anyone know if the trail will be okay to ride if it rains Wednesday and Friday? I can handle mud and cold but I wouldn't want to damage anything.

    Will I have better luck on Mount Hough or anywhere else in the Sierras?

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    Quote Originally Posted by iank View Post
    I'm headed up to Graeagle after the holiday and was hoping to do Mills Peak as an out-and-back Saturday morning. Does anyone know if the trail will be okay to ride if it rains Wednesday and Friday? I can handle mud and cold but I wouldn't want to damage anything.

    Will I have better luck on Mount Hough or anywhere else in the Sierras?
    Oh heck ya, it will be fine. It is mostly rock.

    When/if you encounter too much snow, you can turn around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fc View Post
    I made brap, braaaap sounds while hiking. You make it to the falls?
    Oh yeah and then some! Waimea could be one of the most epic MTB spots in the world if only local, state government.......blah, blah, blah.

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    Rode Annadel yesterday afternoon. The air quality seemed better than the past few days, so we went. I brought the lights even though I didn't think I would need them. Wouldn't you know, it got dark WAY faster than I anticipated. Then, I flatted 1/2 way down Spring Creek on the way out, DAMMIT!

    Wouldn't you know, I had been chasing a leak in my rear (tubeless) tire and got tired of it, so I threw a tube in there. Damn pinch flats! I had forgotten what they sound like until last night. I was really glad I had the lights.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 5k bike 50cent legs View Post
    Oh yeah and then some! Waimea could be one of the most epic MTB spots in the world if only local, state government.......blah, blah, blah.
    Hawaii is the also the world of private ranches and plantations where they shut the rest of the world out. So sad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by iank View Post
    I'm headed up to Graeagle after the holiday and was hoping to do Mills Peak as an out-and-back Saturday morning. Does anyone know if the trail will be okay to ride if it rains Wednesday and Friday? I can handle mud and cold but I wouldn't want to damage anything.

    Will I have better luck on Mount Hough or anywhere else in the Sierras?
    Mills and lakes basin holds up really well to rain. The bottom half of hough does not hold up well to heavy rains, lots of clay in the soil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fc View Post
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    Nice post FC. How was the air on JNT?
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    This looks so familiar... do report location
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shamis View Post
    Nice post FC. How was the air on JNT?
    Awesome up top. Got worse near the bottom but its low point is still pretty high.
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    Made it out there today.
    Still some smoke lingering about.


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    Went to ride a few new sections of the trail but was having so much fun, I didnít take any pictures. My god I love having a trail 2 blocks from my house! Just did the outer loop and it was over 6 miles of particle inhaling goodness! Bring on the rain!

    Thr only new picture I have is from working on a switchback this morning. /nondescriptgreaterbayareascruboaksavannah

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    Got down to Demo (Braille) around lunch time today. It was awesome. I think I saw maybe 2 bikers total when I was out there, so nice and quiet. Air was crisp and clean!!!! Now on with the rains and hero dirt!!!! Yes!

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    Will iy be acceptable to ride thanksgiving morning? A place like say Skeggs?

    With tomorro being rainy im thinking thursday morning might be primo.
    That forest is going to suck all that moisture up.

    Or wait until saturday?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fc View Post
    Hawaii is the also the world of private ranches and plantations where they shut the rest of the world out. So sad.
    Agreed. Especially hard on the tourists who want to bike....but Johnny at the Bike Doktor will set you right on trails even a haole can ride if you're in Kauai and fancy a trip up North. There are a few public gems on every island, but you need an invite/escort for way too much of the fun stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fc View Post
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    Rode JNT today. Air looked decent and the trail was pretty empty. Just need to pump the crap out of my lungs now from the last couple weeks
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    Lucked my way into having the rest of the week off. I'll wait and see how hard the rain hits before deciding where/what to ride, maybe trek up to rockville if everywhere else seems too soggy.

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    I just got back from Kauai early this morning. Had to escape the smoke. Amazing.

    Swam with a Sea Turtle!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shapethings View Post
    I just got back from Kauai early this morning. Had to escape the smoke. Amazing.

    Swam with a Sea Turtle!!!

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    Imagine all those lines! I'm still here for a while.

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    Got out right before the rain hit. 6:30AM start with a full loop. Sprinkled throughout then really started coming down on the last 2 miles of downhill. Made it a bit spicy and loose but added some fun. Some hooting and hollering worthy sections for sure!

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    With AQIs dropping well under 100, I did my normal loop starting at Russian Ridge around 7:30am hoping to thread the needle between sunrise and the storm front. I lost on the backend. Ridge Trail and Crazy Peteís was as close to hero dirt as Iíve ridden in a long time but all of the braking bumps on White Tail had already pooled water from the first storm front and Sunny Jim was a muckfest with the added benefits of high winds and more precipitation. Not recommended.

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    AQI of ZERO!
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    Had a great ride in the pouring rain this morning.
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    Beat the rain for my morning ride at Exchequer before Fantastic Beasts and pre-Thanksgiving dinner. Dry and dusty with sharp rocks and blown out corners, but also some fun jumps and drops. No smoke, and quite a bit of wind, got blown a bit sideways on the first ladder drop of Down & Out.

    Will return tomorrow, see what itís like after the rain, if itís not still dumping.

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    still raining here (1/2 mile from Purisima)

    update: Rain tapered off to foggydrizzle
    update: sun is out
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    Glad I got one last run down Toads yesterday, cause it has a foot of new snow sitting on it this morning

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    Another turkey day ride with the guys.

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    Beat the rain for my morning ride at Exchequer before Fantastic Beasts and pre-Thanksgiving dinner. Dry and dusty with sharp rocks and blown out corners, but also some fun jumps and drops. No smoke, and quite a bit of wind, got blown a bit sideways on the first ladder drop of Down & Out.

    Will return tomorrow, see what itís like after the rain, if itís not still dumping.
    Sweet! Glad you made it out to here! I would have been out there but I have to fry a turkey. I'll hit it tomorrow.

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    Condition were PRIMO. Only one out

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    12 miles at Skeggs
    Not sloppy at all. Was perfect.



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    I got drenched in Nisene, left house under sunny skies and finished in the sun but it poured the whole way up the incline. It was so wet that the fun stuff was off limits. At least preemptively balanced out a scoop of mashed potatoes.

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    Finished this just in time for the snow... very thankful though Nov 19-22, 2018 Thanksgiving Week Ride, Rain and Air Quality Report-offering_cropped.jpg

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    Post turkey ride we hit a few more spots to finish off thanksgiving morning. 4 separate rides in one day is quite the chore.



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    I'm glad there are a lot of social rides going on because the trails were empty.Rode Carlmont this am and Skeggs afternoon...all good!!! So thankful and I hope everyone got some whether you're social or anti-social like me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trespinero View Post
    I got drenched in Nisene, left house under sunny skies and finished in the sun but it poured the whole way up the incline. It was so wet that the fun stuff was off limits. At least preemptively balanced out a scoop of mashed potatoes.
    same here.....started in the sunlit blue skies and got rained on on the fireroad climb up to Sandpoint. A group of us moved a pretty big tree that was leaning off the high side of the road side and lost my sunglasses as the tree went over the downhill side. Then commenced to get mud/dirt in both eyes descended all the single track! Soaked and slick but the forest was digging it for sure!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by andytiedye View Post
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