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Old 03-01-09, 10:52 PM
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Sleeping Indian Ride

How about doing a nice hill ride? Start at the Oceanside train station, since that seems to be convenient, then head inland to do Sleeping Indian, and maybe head south to add some more miles in.

I'm thinking March 21 or 22.
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How about doing a nice hill ride? Start at the Oceanside train station, since that seems to be convenient, then head inland to do Sleeping Indian, and maybe head south to add some more miles in.

I'm thinking March 21 or 22.
Either day looks pretty good for me at this point.

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I can do it on a Sunday.

There's a loop that starts on the coast, goes up Sleeping Indian, W. Lilac, down Circle R, Champagne, Twin Oaks, San Elijo, Melrose, Palomar Airport Rd, Coast Hwy. It's about 60 miles and 4k vertical.
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That route sounds good to me. After checking my calendar, Sunday would work better as well.

Is the route on Bikely?
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Only the map is there; the cue sheet is incomplete.
https://www.bikely.com/maps/bike-path/Johns-Ride
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John's ride? So there are hookers along the route?

I'm in!

and Sunday works well for me.
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John's ride? So there are hookers along the route?

I'm in!

and Sunday works well for me.
The route has hookers? This is an equal-opportunity ride. Some of them had better be male.
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You do not want to ride your bike on sleeping indian at all.. There is crazy motorist and broken pavement and glass and dogs running all over the place.... nope just not a good idea at all I would stay away
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i don't often ride sleeping indian, but it had none of those things when i was there a couple weeks ago. north river road just beyond sleeping indian is scarier imo. i didn't see any hookers or johns either.

i'm interested. all are welcome?

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You do not want to ride your bike on sleeping indian at all.. There is crazy motorist and broken pavement and glass and dogs running all over the place.... nope just not a good idea at all I would stay away
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Sounds good. I'll try to make this one instead of getting drunk and passing out in a friend's apartment. Not that that happened.
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I have never had a problem with excessive road debris or motorists when I've done Sleeping Indian.

The ride is open for anyone who wants to show up.
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You do not want to ride your bike on sleeping indian at all.. There is crazy motorist and broken pavement and glass and dogs running all over the place.... nope just not a good idea at all I would stay away
You're out of your area on this one, guacamole boy.

I drove out there this morning and there wasn't any debris on the roads until I crossed into Fallbrook. If SI is too tough for you, make the right at Morro Heights.

Here's my suggested route.
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Hmm, sounds fun. I've never been up through some of those areas. If it's a Sunday, I'm in. If it's a Saturday, I'm in if I don't have to work.
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Since most people prefer Sunday, the ride will be on March 22.
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You're out of your area on this one, guacamole boy.

I drove out there this morning and there wasn't any debris on the roads until I crossed into Fallbrook. If SI is too tough for you, make the right at Morro Heights.

Here's my suggested route.
actually half of sleeping indian is in oceanside and the other half is fallbrook. Once you cross that fallbrook line just keep an eye out there are some crazy kids driving around in a truck throwing rotten fruit at cyclist... Maybe it is just a good idea to stay out of fallbrook it is just not safe... no not safe at all.
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actually half of sleeping indian is in oceanside and the other half is fallbrook. Once you cross that fallbrook line just keep an eye out there are some crazy kids driving around in a truck throwing rotten fruit at cyclist... Maybe it is just a good idea to stay out of fallbrook it is just not safe... no not safe at all.
I saw the sign. One side says Welcome to Fallbrook The Friendly Village. The other side says You're in Oceanside - Go ****ing Home.

Throwing fruit. That's cute. Over here the little ones throw the blocks of cheese they get from WIC. The older ones shoot.
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I saw the sign. One side says Welcome to Fallbrook The Friendly Village. The other side says You're in Oceanside - Go ****ing Home.

Throwing fruit. That's cute. Over here the little ones throw the blocks of cheese they get from WIC. The older ones shoot.
ROFLMAO!!! You're killin' me Frank
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actually half of sleeping indian is in oceanside and the other half is fallbrook. Once you cross that fallbrook line just keep an eye out there are some crazy kids driving around in a truck throwing rotten fruit at cyclist... Maybe it is just a good idea to stay out of fallbrook it is just not safe... no not safe at all.
they won't mess with Dagger Boy!!!
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when i lived in fallbrook i looooooooved sleeping indian. such a fun ride. and the descent to north river road is so much fun. going back up it.. not so much.
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Hmmm... Efficiency, Indolent, Robertkat and Grumpy! All world famous posers in one ride. If it is on the 22-nd I might join you. Frank, how long is that suggested route of yours?
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Hmmm... Efficiency, Indolent, Robertkat and Grumpy! All world famous posers in one ride. If it is on the 22-nd I might join you. Frank, how long is that suggested route of yours?
Wait. I'm a female and I'm going on this ride. Isn't that enough for you?
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58 miles, 3900 VF.
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Wait. I'm a female and I'm going on this ride. Isn't that enough for you?
Sorry Cbad, I didn't know this. That mountain lion on your avatar looks very macho to me. Hey, of course having a girl in the group is always an added attraction.

GP, thanks for the info. This looks challenging, but I'll give it a try. Especially now that I know we've got a lady in the group. On another hand, I'm not that "machista" type of guy, but somehow it always hurts more when I have my arse kicked by a girl.
By the way, don't wait for me, the weekend of 3/21-22 will be extremely busy for me.
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What time do people want to start this fun little excursion? 8 am?
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