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Rode in Cannell Trail. view ridelog
Jun 18, 2019 at 23:32
Jun 18, 2019
quotes Top part was under snow. Horse meadow to bottom is all good!
Rode in Point Mugu State Park. view ridelog
Jun 10, 2019 at 22:27
Jun 10, 2019
quotes Gaudalasco, Sin Nombre, a few fire roads...
Rode in San Gabriel Mountains (Gabrielino Trail). view ridelog
Jun 5, 2019 at 23:17
Jun 5, 2019
quotes First shuttle in the San Gabriels. Dropped off at Redbox, finished at JPL.
Rode in Encinal Canyon. view ridelog
Jun 5, 2019 at 22:47
Jun 5, 2019
quotes Backbone Trail - Encinal Canyon to Misha Mokwa trailhead round trip.
Rode in Pogonip. view ridelog
Jun 5, 2019 at 22:44
Jun 5, 2019
quotes U-Con, Emma McCrary
Rode in Pogonip. view ridelog
Jun 5, 2019 at 22:43
Jun 5, 2019
quotes U-Con Trail, Emma McCrary Trail
Rode in Soquel Demonstration State Forest. view ridelog
Jun 5, 2019 at 22:40
Jun 5, 2019
quotes Ridge Trail to Flow trail sections 1-4
Rode in Castaic. view ridelog
Jun 5, 2019 at 22:25
Jun 5, 2019
quotes Sidewinder, Kona, Karl's, Dog Tag
timo29er RichardCunningham's article
Apr 20, 2019 at 10:06
Apr 20, 2019
Mountain Bike Access Issues Flaring Up in San Diego County
@therev34: Yeah, not MTB specifically, but as far as being a bike friendly urban area, Portland seems to have made positive inroads.
timo29er RichardCunningham's article
Apr 20, 2019 at 0:56
Apr 20, 2019
Mountain Bike Access Issues Flaring Up in San Diego County
There are a few model cities like Seattle, Sedona, Portland, Duluth, Bentonville, Vancouver, etc...that have realized that if at a high level, there is government support for mountain biking, sanctioned kick ass trails are possible which translates very directly to added revenues. It also encourages bike friendly cities and reduces pollution, congestion, and basically makes people healthier, happier, and in general outdoor cycling can help communities thrive. SoCal also has many local residents who mountain bike not only on local neighborhood trails but travel to other parts of the region to sample trails. This generates income for local communities. As you said, riders are spend soooooo much money....on gear...and food and lodging.... but they also make decisions on where to ride. I live in L.A. and I know SD doesn't have all that many options so I don't really bother with driving all the way down there to ride. BUT- if I knew there were purpose built world class trail networks in the area, I would have to come down and ride them, spend the afternoon after my ride drinking a beer at a brewery, maybe even staying the weekend to surf...
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