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    Come on, it'll be fun BenRidin's Avatar
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    Country Roads in the Valley

    Had an appointment in Valley Springs yesterday. Brought the bike so I could do a little hill climbing on some country roads.



    Very few cars, wind was minimal. Roads were great.



    Because of the late start, I got in a little over 40 miles.



    Picture quality courtesy Palm...
    Have a great weekend. Be careful on the roads.

    BR

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    That place changed. When I lived there no one was riding bikes there.
    Last time I rode there I went from VS to Jackson and back. My friend thought I was insane.
    I see hills.... Bring them on!!!
    Stay calm and bring a towel.

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    Hey BR...

    Do you have a routeslip for that? Its not that far from me and the hills seem a little less steep which is what I need right now
    Almost new 2005 Ksyrium Equipes; less than 1500 miles, PM me...

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    Come on, it'll be fun BenRidin's Avatar
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    This is basically an out and back starting from Wallace:
    I started at the parking lot on Camanche Parkway South and Hwy 12
    Go East on Camanche Parkway
    Camanche Parkway will turn into Chile Camp Road
    Continue on Chile Camp Road
    Chile Camp Road will turn into Campo Seco Road
    Continue on Campo Seco Road
    Campo Seco Road will turn into Paloma Rd.
    Continue on Paloma Rd.
    Turn Left on Hwy 26 for a short bit
    Left on Mokelumne Hill - Campo Seco Turnpike
    Turn around at Mokelumne Hill (mile 20)

    Anytime you want to get back there, lemme know. If I can swing it, I'll join you.

    BR

    Looking for a chateau. Twenty-one rooms but one will do. I don't want to buy it. I just want to rent it for an hour or two.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BenRidin View Post
    This is basically an out and back starting from Wallace:
    I started at the parking lot on Camanche Parkway South and Hwy 12
    Go East on Camanche Parkway
    Camanche Parkway will turn into Chile Camp Road
    Continue on Chile Camp Road
    Chile Camp Road will turn into Campo Seco Road
    Continue on Campo Seco Road
    Campo Seco Road will turn into Paloma Rd.
    Continue on Paloma Rd.
    Turn Left on Hwy 26 for a short bit
    Left on Mokelumne Hill - Campo Seco Turnpike
    Turn around at Mokelumne Hill (mile 20)

    Anytime you want to get back there, lemme know. If I can swing it, I'll join you.

    BR

    Cool! Thank you! A group here locally is putting together a ride list for this year and I wanted to include this as an option! I would definately be interested in riding it beforehand so when I get a free day, I'll PM you and see if you can go as well!
    Almost new 2005 Ksyrium Equipes; less than 1500 miles, PM me...

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    Come on, it'll be fun BenRidin's Avatar
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    This is too easy for an "A" ride. What you need is something like this:

    Looking for a chateau. Twenty-one rooms but one will do. I don't want to buy it. I just want to rent it for an hour or two.

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