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Old 11-30-06, 05:40 PM   #1
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Marin / SF Training Rides?

Anybody know of any good CX training rides in Marin / SF? I always go out alone but would love to meet up with some other folks for some riding. I'll admit that I've just started getting back into shape after some time off the bike and a stupid smoking habit, so my endurance is shot but I'm excited to be turning things around!
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paradise loop is easy to well, easy. mostly flat and undulating.
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Haven't ridden Paradise Loop yet. I've mostly been checking out Phoenix Lake, Bon Tempe Lake, that whole area above Ross/Fairfax. There's some pretty fun/fast fireroads up there.

How's Gestalt (sp?) going? Next time I'm riding in SF I'll have to come grab a brat.
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marin rides

I have been riding road around china camp and taking some of the single track at the park for a little detour.

The fire roads up tam are nice (Eldridge Grade, Old Stage Road, Railroad Grade).

When I have more time I want to take the road to the Olema Hill and come back on the Bolinas Ridge trail. It will end on the North side of Tam. Depending on time, I may just come back on Bolinas-Fairfax Road. Should be great.
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