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TOUR OF CALIFORNIA DAY 6: TUNNEL TRAIL, SANTA BARBARA

Top section of Tunnel Trail.When Jim and I landed in Santa Barbara we dialed ourselves in at Motel 6 then mosied downtown to buy a trail map. The whole shopping scene was very shi-shi…with rich, beautiful women everywhere and a bakery for dogs.

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November 6, 2002 : Posted In: California,Riding : Comments (0)


TOUR OF CALIFORNIA DAY 5 – SAN JUAN TRAIL

When you think of the greatest places to ride in California, southern Orange County usually doesn’t come to mind. I mean you’ve got your Downieville, your Lake Tahoe, your Mammoth and your, uh, San Juan Capistrano? Unless you’re a swallow, that just ain’t the place to visit.

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October 30, 2002 : Posted In: California,Riding : Comments (1)


TOUR OF CALIFORNIA DAY 4: LOWER ROCK CREEK TRAIL, BISHOP

Hey, Jim...watch out for the rock!  Mr. Norman skirts some of Lower Rock Creek's finest.I found Day 4’s route in the trail reviews section of www.mtbr.com. There are almost 6,000 reviews in there, a few of which are actually literate. From what I could tell, we were in store for nine miles of pure single track, with a drop of 2,000 feet through a variety of terrain.

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October 23, 2002 : Posted In: California,Riding : Comments (0)


TOUR DE CALIFORNIA DAY 3: MAMMOTH MOUNTAIN SKI AREA

After hitting Mr. Toad’s in South Lake Tahoe, my buddy Jim Norman and I headed south toward Mammoth. The weather was perfect and since it was the week after Labor Day, the roads were empty. We cruised The Panzer along the eastern Sierra on Highway 395, past countless mountains and valleys, and made an excellent side trip up to Sonora Pass, down which I rode my bike.

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October 16, 2002 : Posted In: California,Riding : Comments (2)


TOUR DE CALIFORNIA DAY 2: BONUS SHUTTLE DOWN SONORA PASS

My buddy Jim Norman and I recently took the DH and XC bikes on an adventure around California. After enjoying some sweet single track on Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride in South Lake Tahoe, we headed south toward Mammoth. This was the week after Labor Day, and there was zero traffic. The sky was perfectly clear, and the mountains were awesome. On a whim, we decided to hang a right on Highway 108 and check out Sonora Pass, a Sierra crossing near Yosemite.

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October 9, 2002 : Posted In: California,Riding : Comments (0)


TOUR DE CALIFORNIA DAY 1: MR. TOAD’S WILD RIDE, SOUTH LAKE TAHOE

In the middle of September my buddy Jim Norman and I rode our own little Tour de California. In the past we’ve driven from the Bay Area to Crested Butte, Colorado for a week of riding. The Rockies are huge, but so is the drive out there. This year we decided to stay a bit more local. As they say, “Think globally, ride locally.” (more…)

September 25, 2002 : Posted In: Riding : Comments (2)





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