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Anybody riding this weekend at the local trails? I prefer sticker bike single track. PV, McCain or Corral Canyon. 

 

Its McCain 8AM

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I'm interested for Sunday.     Caveat....  I'm on a midsize adventure bike, w/80/20 road tires.  Would like to get a feel for that area...but not up for anything gnarly.   Most challenging  I've been so far have been Cedar Creek and the trail to the tippy-top of Black MTN in Ramona.   Neither of which were difficult for me.    I have not done any single track yet.   Would like to if it's not gnarly.

I don't want to hold anyone back, so if you think I'm not a good fit, you won't hurt my feelings.  ;)

 

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12 hours ago, Bub_Hannah said:

I'm interested for Sunday.     Caveat....  I'm on a midsize adventure bike, w/80/20 road tires.  Would like to get a feel for that area...but not up for anything gnarly.   Most challenging  I've been so far have been Cedar Creek and the trail to the tippy-top of Black MTN in Ramona.   Neither of which were difficult for me.    I have not done any single track yet.   Would like to if it's not gnarly.

I don't want to hold anyone back, so if you think I'm not a good fit, you won't hurt my feelings.  ;)

 

I'm up for Sunday!  I agree with Bub Hannah...I'm on a midsize adventure with 50/50 tires. She's not as nimble as my XR400 was , but I would like to challenge her a bit on Sunday!!

 

Chris

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This will be my 4th ride day this year so I'll take it easy and meet you guys at the oak tree at 8. 

 

I'm only going to ride for a couple hours or so then head home.

 

Red van, white YZ 450

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Never been there, ill try and find it.  I'll be on a crf450l driving out in a black tacoma

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Question is a CRF450L with skid plate etc.  It is heavier. So is it good for there or would a MX bike YZ450F be better.  It does not have a skid plate.  Its set up for a track

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The CRF would be the better choice. It's mostly singletrack and flowy two track stuff. You can get in to some pretty rocky stuff if you wanted to.

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Can someone pinpoint this location on a map....I'm not seeing a parking lot with an oak tree in the middle with Satallite image map.

 

Also....is this a good area for mid-size Adventure bikes?

 

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Guys, I have to pass on the ride tomorrow. Family stuff...see you on the next one!  Have fun!!

Chris

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14 minutes ago, Bub_Hannah said:

Can someone pinpoint this location on a map....I'm not seeing a parking lot with an oak tree in the middle with Satallite image map.

 

Also....is this a good area for mid-size Adventure bikes?

 

Paste these coordinates into google maps  32.7222380933778, -116.26905617997059

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16 minutes ago, SANRider said:

Paste these coordinates into google maps  32.7222380933778, -116.26905617997059

Doesn't work

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Looks like a small group forming up. Good.

There's a full spectrum of riding at McCain. Simple dirt roads to highly technical single track. We'll play it by ear and cater to the group's ambition.

 

See you in the morning.

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Looks like I'm gonna miss this.  Gonnbe out practicing at the hard Enduro track near the IronDoor. Enjoy  the weather shud be great.

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Missed out today....   family needs trumped.     Guess I'll go riding this afternoon.

Hope you peeps have fun....be safe.

 

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