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Old 10-29-04, 06:26 PM   #1
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Chino hills anyone?

I was just wondering if anyone has ever hear of chino hills state park in california? is anyone on Bikeforums.net from california?
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Old 10-30-04, 08:49 AM   #2
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I was just wondering if anyone has ever hear of chino hills state park in california? is anyone on Bikeforums.net from california?
I'm from Southern California, up by Thousand Oaks.
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how far is corona or la harbra from you?
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Some good ridin' in the Chino Hills area. Click HERE to see a description.

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how far is corona or la harbra from you?
I'm going to guess about 90 miles.
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I'm going to guess about 90 miles.
woah... have you ever ridden there be for?
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woah... have you ever ridden there be for?

Nope, I've never ridden the Chino Hills area. I just know where it is.
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