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    Traveling Socal to WA

    Hi all,

    Doing a road trip up to Bellingham, WA in Sept and will be passing through coastal CA and OR on the way. Any, not to miss, spots?

    Thanks!

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    Annadel

    If going up 101 then Annadel, at Santa Rosa, is a great place. About 40 miles of mostly singletrack.

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    If you need something to do in the Seattle area, plenty of riding to do. Some trail info and posted rides here: www.bbtc.org
    Usually there are plenty of willing souls to show you around though.

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    Visit Arcata

    You gotta come through Humboldt County. We'll take you on some local trails that you'll LOVE!

    Bigfoot




    HUMBOLDT COUNTY: Yeah, it's way the $#@* up there, but worth it!

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    Gotta throw in a Rockville plug.
    Annadel is good too.
    Don't harsh my mello

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