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Old 05-15-02, 11:56 AM   #1
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Hi from California’s Central Valley (read: land of bad air, but good trails)

I am VERY new to MTB. Have not ridden a bike since I was in Jr. High School. I am a transplant out of Omaha, Nebraska (Go Big Red!) Currently I call Fresno home. I am hoping to get in to biking as something fun to do with my husband and it offers cardiovascular conditioning. I just bought a Trek 4500 (silver and red) I am hoping to get in to some light trail riding, and if I don’t wuss out on the light trails I hope to hit some harder ones. If you know the area I am planning on heading up to Millerton Lake this weekend. I was told they have a good light trail. Then I am hoping to build to Bass Lakes 007. If any of you guys have any advise on any of these trails let me know! In addition I am going camping over Memorial Day weekend up to Shaver Lake so if you know of any good trails in that area drop me a line!
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Old 05-15-02, 01:07 PM   #2
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Trasi, welcome to the Forums and congrats on the new bike. I saw the picture and it's a beauty!

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