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    nocal natives

    does anyone here live in norcal/bayarea and if they do has anyone riden zigzag on tam and if so can someone describe the terrain and difficulty of this trail.

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    I live in bay area (mid peninsula) but I'm a little new to FR and having touble finding the best areas. I've only really ridden my local trails and one time went to wilder ranch. I would like some info on Bay Area riding also, if anyone would like to divulge some answers.

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    Dank, where in Norcal are you and your bros out of?
    If you build it you get to jump it, forget them.

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    Montara...

    ...if you're mid-peninsula, Montara in Pacifica is a great FR/DH and alittle XC place. Carlmont(DMC) in Belmont is great place to learn drops, gaps, jumps. China Camp in Marin Co. has some good ST with some good tech trails on the backside. Rockville in Fairfield is a small but good technical playground. Joaquin Miller, Oak has some good ST that can test you. Skegg's (El Corte De Madera), Woodside has great ST descents but longish climbs. Don't forget Demo/Soquel in SC.

    Sorry, never rode Tam. Don't like speed limits.
    But even a lousy downhill run is better than a day in the office!
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    Hey, all you guys, skeggs is mostly closed right now so don't bother heading up there.

    Thanks for the info. Awesome.

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