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    Tahoe Trail

    Looking for someone to show me around for a few hours this weekend in Tahoe. If you're up for it, PM me please, will provide beer etc. Thanks.
    Last edited by horse of iron; 06-15-2009 at 09:14 AM.
    I'd huck that...

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    There are no trails there. Who ever told you that was lying.

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    Why not just hit N*? its got lifts and way more trails!

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    I would hit N* but I have about 2-3 hours of riding max, and I don't feel like paying 40$.
    Last edited by horse of iron; 06-15-2009 at 09:09 AM.
    I'd huck that...

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    You didn't get the point, edit your post please and maybe someone will be nice to you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by novato kid
    You didn't get the point, edit your post please and maybe someone will be nice to you.
    hows that?
    I'd huck that...

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    Much better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by novato kid
    Much better.
    That was un-needed, I hope someone destroys your DJ's when you sleep

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    Go to a local bikeshop and buy a map, the $10 National Geographic one has a ton of rides along with descriptions. Tahoe locals can be a bit territorial

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    i would be territorial as well with the work they've put in. I know that i'm quasi territorial about my local trails, and definitely shy away from giving directions to some of them.
    I'd huck that...

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    Quote Originally Posted by motormonkeyr6
    That was un-needed, I hope someone destroys your DJ's when you sleep


    another stupid typical remark from a person who doesn't build

    when you build and stuff gets taken down then you understand


    in conclussion....your post wasn't needed...
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    Quote Originally Posted by SHIVER ME TIMBERS
    another stupid typical remark from a person who doesn't build

    when you build and stuff gets taken down then you understand


    in conclussion....your post wasn't needed...

    I build and maintain no less than 3 trails at a time. **** gets torn up, taken down, ridden hard and even taken down. Its the cycle of trail building.

    Why build trails if no one rides them? The whole reason to build trails is to share with others....

    The trail we where talking about is not a on the DL, there is even a trail map that you can pick up at the LBS that tells you how to shuttle it... shut up SMT
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    Quote Originally Posted by motormonkeyr6
    I build and maintain no less than 3 trails at a time. **** gets torn up, taken down, ridden hard and even taken down. Its the cycle of trail building.

    Why build trails if no one rides them? The whole reason to build trails is to share with others....

    The trail we where talking about is not a on the DL, there is even a trail map that you can pick up at the LBS that tells you how to shuttle it... shut up SMT
    Yeah that one is not on the DL but others up there are. Traffic up the road has been getting insane. Some of the trails that are up there we don't want every tom dick and harry riding them. You really have to know what you are doing to even ride them, and to many people think they know what they are doing. That area is for riders that are pilots not passengers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dhtahoe
    Yeah that one is not on the DL but others up there are. Traffic up the road has been getting insane. Some of the trails that are up there we don't want every tom dick and harry riding them. .
    good one .

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    Depends what side of the lake you are on... N shore lots of localization and hidden non trails. S-shore, more laid back and open riding trails. Check out the corral trail from the top of the road that goes up. Totally Forest Service friendly and one of the best FS trail systems I've been on. Talk to any shop in s. lake and they'll point you in the right direction. The self shuttle up to the top is 3+ miles but the shred down is amazing

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