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Old 06-26-05, 08:31 AM   #1
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I'm thinking about going to Northstar at Tahoe for a day, but i don't have a FS bike, so I was wondering, for all who have been to Northstar (if anyone) is there enough trails that a HT could handle and not get completely bashed?

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I ride northstar and the surrounding tahoe rim trail often. its a great place. both by borther and law and myself ride hard tails its not that bad...

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I ride northstar and the surrounding tahoe rim trail often. its a great place. both by borther and law and myself ride hard tails its not that bad...

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so would you say that it is worth the $35 lift ticket to go w/ a hardtail?
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