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    Is it ride pics day?

    Ok, I'll throw out some pics from yesterday's ride in Western PA. 7 Springs trails.
    Some views from the top and some pictures of the leaf covered rocks.

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    Man california has nothing like that, we have loose dry dirt trails =/

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    Very nice stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoF3ar
    Man california has nothing like that, we have loose dry dirt trails =/
    That is absolutely incorrect. There are a great many areas like that in California.




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    Now that seriously looks fun ...Norcal?

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    Excuse me, I meant where I live in california.. I don't know anything other than bay area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by justsomeguy
    That is absolutely incorrect. There are a great many areas like that in California.
    Eggsakry.

    http://www.anthonysloan.com/southyub...southyuba.html




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    Quote Originally Posted by NoF3ar
    Excuse me, I meant where I live in california.. I don't know anything other than bay area.
    There is great riding like that in the Bay Area as well. It sounds like it's time to expand your horizons a bit and discover some more diverse trails.

    Diverse non "loose and dry" Bay Area riding:












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    Some of that looks like Oat Hill Mine. Ah, yes, my favorite of all my formerly-local trails...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrMountainHop
    Some of that looks like Oat Hill Mine. Ah, yes, my favorite of all my formerly-local trails...
    Yes a few of those are from the "typical" Oat ride that most folks do on the frontside.

    We had a great day yesterday punching back into the backcountry by climbing 29 to the summit. Finally saw one of the bears that have been leaving huge piles of processed berries all over the place.

    If you want to take a trip down memory lane there are some more Oat pics, from a year ago, here:

    http://www.petefagerlin.com/oathill2.htm

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    Man that new layout kicks ass. Seriously good site. I really need to get to cal to do some riding (I know dbd I have saying it for years)

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    Great pics, I love the ride reports and pics. It breaks up all the "what kind,how much" post.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NoF3ar
    Man california has nothing like that, we have loose dry dirt trails =/
    are you serious you have go out of your usual clutch of trails and look around abit
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    just some guy, i would give a finger to ride those trails.

    looks awsome man, lucky.

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    Dang man those look really nice, All I go to are local mountains around south san francisco. I didn't know trails like that existed in the bay area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoF3ar
    Dang man those look really nice, All I go to are local mountains around south san francisco. I didn't know trails like that existed in the bay area.
    Open your eyes the next time you ride Montara. While you're stuck cruising on the lameass fireroads, you're riding right past some great trails.

    {you'll need to cut and paste the link into the address bar of your browser**

    http://www.mtbvideos.net/video/aweebitocrack.mpg

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    What we do is go to the peak of montara by those like electrical towers where there is a great view. The ride down is really fun, though not as bumpy or exciting as I'd like it to be.

    Wow I just watched it, and some of those trails I have riden down, the not as rocky ones lol. Just wondering where is that part in the trees where those riders keep getting air off of the branch roots?

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