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  1. #7051
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    Go forth and ride, then bring back pics

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    Rode CT from Molas to Engineer Mtn Trail this morning. High quality stuff.


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    Quote Originally Posted by joetron View Post
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    Rode CT from Molas to Engineer Mtn Trail this morning. High quality stuff.


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    That's the best ride I've ever done, the scenery is too amazing
    "fuck off you asshat gaper shit for brains fucktard wanker." - Jesus Christ
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  3. #7053
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    Go forth and ride, then bring back pics

    Cool ride today out to the loon lake plane crash

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    3 hail storms then the ride got really cool when it started snowing about 5 miles from the truck.

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    Rontele sent me a shop-warming present. Dangle Supply Ti Cobb doing its thing


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    21 miles up in the Cabinets of N Idaho with @LVS. Didnít run into any KKK but sure had a hell of a lot of fun!! 11 miles of hike-a-bike through snow and over a million downed trees!


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  6. #7056
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    Good stuff here!

    Joetron, if you want some extra credit on Engineer, a great option is continue on CT past Rolling pass to White Creek, back to Engineer Mtn Trail. There's a short and stupid steep HAB at the start of White but after that it is nice, and you get a bonus descent on CT.

  7. #7057
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dantheman View Post
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    Rode CT from Molas to Engineer Mtn Trail this morning. High quality stuff.


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    the drugs made me realize it's not about the drugs

  8. #7058
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    Go forth and ride, then bring back pics

    Molas to Engineer was on the list for this year.... Looks amazing.

    Basalt Mtn is completely going off with flowers in the burn areas.

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  9. #7059
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    I've probably said it before, but it bears repeating: this one of the best threads on trg.

  10. #7060
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    Greetings from the Kalifornia Republick

    View from the Grouse Ridge Lookout.
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    Summer Snow!
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    Island Lake
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    fun times in the nor cal
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  11. #7061
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    PA riding has been great this spring and summer. Good stuff outside Reading


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  12. #7062
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    Quote Originally Posted by parkmeister View Post
    Greetings from the Kalifornia Republick

    View from the Grouse Ridge Lookout.
    Nice, that was one of my favorite rides last year. Where was the snow? I would think there wouldn't be much left

  13. #7063
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    Quote Originally Posted by evdog View Post
    Nice, that was one of my favorite rides last year. Where was the snow? I would think there wouldn't be much left
    Just a few tiny patches here and there near the lookout. It was an unexpected treat to see and feel snow underfoot!
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  14. #7064
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    Quote Originally Posted by Redsmurfer View Post
    Not saying this is a major cause but it is a cumulative problem. All that silt flows into the San Lorenzo River, an impacted water body that is trying restore its salmonid fishery, but hey biker made super steep trails are cool!! I will also add that the tax payers then get to pay for raising levees in downtown (millions $$$$) and then pay to have it dredged from the harbor mouth in a few years. Everything is connected.
    The University and state park service could work with the local trail organization to legitimize and improve the trails to reduce erosion. But they'd rather just say they're illegal and hand out tickets, which I guess generates some revenue for the state but doesn't seem to reduce the usage or digging at all.

    Context: https://www.cityonahillpress.com/201...-upper-campus/

  15. #7065
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    Quote Originally Posted by teledad View Post
    The University and state park service could work with the local trail organization to legitimize and improve the trails to reduce erosion. But they'd rather just say they're illegal and hand out tickets, which I guess generates some revenue for the state but doesn't seem to reduce the usage or digging at all.

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    Completely agree with you. It would be nice to be sensible about the trails, however many of the trails in there now are not sustainable and would not meet current trail design criteria. The cost associated with those trails at $5-6 per foot is woefully low (4 years old). Now its at least double that. Permitting and CEQA alone would be about 30K a mile. I am UCSC graduate and been riding on campus since 1987. I am also a civil engineer that does a lot of trail planning and design. The trail use, erosion problems and ancillary trails are quickly increasing and getting worse. Sources such as this forum, trail forks, and other social media only make these trails more popular and ultimately exacerbate the problems. Clearly the solution is to plan and execute a well designed trail plan and system. It could be way cool and be a positive impact for the watershed and the community. Maybe that will happen soon but I do not know of any serious, funded efforts in that regards.

    I think bikers need to be aware of their impacts and secondary impacts and look to their own personal conduct and make their use decisions for themselves. But fuck, it does make for a cool video.

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    Not UCSC

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    A little snow/rain last night. 45f leaving the house with a sunny climb. Perfect!

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    A great alpine ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Powder Ho View Post
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    A great alpine ride.
    trout creek is pretty fun also
    off your knees Louie

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    Quote Originally Posted by BFD View Post
    trout creek is pretty fun also
    Thanks, it's on my list for this summer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Powder Ho View Post
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    A great alpine ride.
    I've done that ride and fully agree!

  23. #7073
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    Anyone here live around CDA? Been riding some crazy trails that arenít on trailforks. Moto stuff but some of these descents would be so fun on a bike. Wondering if locals know and they just arenít on TF or if these are being kept secret by the moto guys.

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    Wife had the afternoon off work so she volunteered to watch the kiddo ...



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    Quote Originally Posted by dfinn View Post
    Wondering if locals know and they just arenít on TF or if these are being kept secret...
    See first rule.

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