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    Spring on the Mountain Rides!

    Bicycle Trails Council of the East Bay and Save Mount Diablo bring you the Spring on the Mountain 2007 series of group rides!

    Put these dates on your calendar, RSVP with the appropriate ride leader and come prepared to be introduced to legal singletrack on and around Mt. Diablo!

    Saturday April 7th, 10:00 A.M.
    Meeting Location: Monte Vista High School parking lot.
    Route: We will ride to Rock City though the Dan Cook Canyon and return via a gorgeous ridge ride on the Wall Point Trail. 12 to 14 miles, approximately 3 to 4 hours.
    Ride Leader: Chris Towles, 510-229-0023, [email protected]

    Saturday April 21, 9:30 A.M.
    Meeting Location: Mitchell Canyon Staging Area
    Route: We will ride to the summit via Mitchell Canyon / Deer Flat and return via Prospectors Gap. This is a strenuous ride with great views! 15 miles, 4000 ft. Rain on day of ride cancels.
    Ride Leader: Steve Biggs, 925-202-9133, [email protected]

    Saturday April 28, 9:00 A.M.
    Meeting Location: Shell Ridge Trailhead at the end of Sutherland Drive in WC
    Route: A 10 mile route for beginner to intermediate riders through MDSP's beautiful Pine Canyon.
    Ride Leader: Nick Maufe, 925-719-2504, [email protected]

    Saturday May 5, 9:30 A.M.
    Meeting Location: Macedo Ranch
    Route: A 3 hour mountain bike loop ride to Shell Ridge. Bring water and a snack. Rain cancels.
    Ride Leader: Drew Berkett, [email protected]

    Saturday May 5, 9:00 A.M.
    Meeting Location: Finley Road
    Route: A tour of the south-east section of Mount Diablo State Park ending on the remote Oyster Point single track. A strenuous ride of approximately 14 miles and 3000' gain. Rain cancels.
    Ride Leader: Howard Royer, 925-519-2121, [email protected]

    Saturday May 12, 9:00 A.M.
    Meeting Location: Macedo Ranch
    Route: This is a beginner/intermediate level ride to Borges Ranch and loop back via Shell Ridge. Ride time approximately 1.5 hours. Rain cancels.
    Ride Leader: Mel Corcoran, 925-820-9737, [email protected]

    Saturday May 12, 10 A.M.
    Meeting Location: Black Diamond Mines trail head in Clayton
    Route: We will ride the long loop in Black Diamond Mines, starting and ending in Clayton. It is a strenuous 22 miles and 4000 ft; back to cars by 2:00 P.M. Rain Cancels Ride Leader: Alain Plasson, [email protected]

    Sunday June 17, 9:00 A.M.
    Meeting Location: Macedo Ranch
    Route: We will ride to Juniper Campground via the Wall Point and Summit Trails and return via Burma Road. This is strenuous, fast paced and advanced ride. 18 Miles 3K+ ft.
    Ride Leader: Alex Corbishley, 925-519-0175, [email protected]
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    Reminder - the first rides are coming. Mark it on your calendars and RSVP to the ride leaders!
    There are no stupid questions but there are A LOT of inquisitive idiots.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan'ger
    [BSaturday April 21, 9:30 A.M.
    Meeting Location: Mitchell Canyon Staging Area
    Route: We will ride to the summit via Mitchell Canyon / Deer Flat and return via Prospectors Gap. This is a strenuous ride with great views! 15 miles, 4000 ft. Rain on day of ride cancels.
    Ride Leader: Steve Biggs, 925-202-9133, [email protected]
    This is coming up next weekend. We have a small change in meeting location as there is an Earth Day event at the Mitchell Canyon staging area.

    Our new start point is the Regency Gate. When going out Clayton Rd., instead of turning right on Mitchell Canyon Rd., go about a mile or two farther and turn right on Regency. Regency dead-ends and there is a trail head there. Parking is on the road and there is no fee. For those familiar with Clayton, you could also park at the end of Montaire Parkway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EBrider
    This is coming up next weekend. We have a small change in meeting location as there is an Earth Day event at the Mitchell Canyon staging area.

    Our new start point is the Regency Gate. When going out Clayton Rd., instead of turning right on Mitchell Canyon Rd., go about a mile or two farther and turn right on Regency. Regency dead-ends and there is a trail head there. Parking is on the road and there is no fee. For those familiar with Clayton, you could also park at the end of Montaire Parkway.
    Thanx for the update ! I'll be coming up 580 from "the modesto" seeya

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