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03-23-2011 10:19 AM
ridgerunner
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Originally Posted by Snakeshack View Post
Man that's a nice ride! Another cool ride near there is Lake Pillsbury to Covelo and over 162 home. I lived in Lincoln then Sacramento for a while. My favorite trip was up Forrest Hill out of Auburn to Soda springs off HW80. So may great trails between HW50 and HW80! I also hunt near the area you road on. Nice country! Thanks for sharing.
nice.

im in west roseville. ive done that 162 ride through to lake pillsbury...very nice with many harder split options. soda springs road is another classic..i consider mosquito ridge my backyard training ground so yes...love that area.

i have a good group i ride with often if you'd like to ever join. you can reach me at ridgerunner zero zero at g mail dot com.
03-22-2011 11:22 PM
Snakeshack Man that's a nice ride! Another cool ride near there is Lake Pillsbury to Covelo and over 162 home. I lived in Lincoln then Sacramento for a while. My favorite trip was up Forrest Hill out of Auburn to Soda springs off HW80. So may great trails between HW50 and HW80! I also hunt near the area you road on. Nice country! Thanks for sharing.
03-22-2011 12:11 AM
Cabrito I know exactly where you were.

Great ride dudes.

03-21-2011 11:08 PM
TT120 It was a great day! We didnt let a little rainstorm stop us from riding. In fact, it kinda added to the experience. I did find out that my waterproof jacket isn't.

I think I see a Kilamanjaro in my future.
03-21-2011 10:11 PM
Human Ills That's a great ride.
03-21-2011 10:04 PM
ridgerunner
Iii

Bear Valley Road washed out - forced to detour through leesville - one of my favorite paved canyons.


leesville rd goes through that long narrow valley, classic road and terrain.


leesville down in the valley


leesville, bumpy road aficionado heaven


leesville




leesville - small section of gravel (sport bike would be fine here)


awesome railing through the canyon on this surface...


looking back

TOTAL MILEAGE: 256
TOTAL RIDING TIME: 7 HRS
Not bad for a rainy day - thanks guys.
03-21-2011 10:02 PM
ridgerunner
II


a closer look


having fun


nice rugged canyon with some tricky riding (washed out road)




over the ridge down into Bear Valley




that's our road down there - heading back all dirt via bear valley road
03-21-2011 10:01 PM
ridgerunner
A littel D/S Action - III

Sunday 19 March 2011.
Weather: Heavy rain, high wind, and cold.
Destination: Indian Valley Reservoir.

We left W Sac Chevron 830am knowing nobody else would show for this ride - which was bordering on ridiculous. The ride over the Yolo Causeway was interesting with at least 50mph gusts. Good training I suppose (for what I don't know). We decided to head towards Clear Lake via Hwy16 Cache Creek. Getting hammered on/off was the norm with a beautiful rainbow to view in Capay Valley. I though maybe we would cross over Cache Creek and take Reiff Road back over into Knoxville. The following 2 pics is the river crossing...there is a bridge under there somewhere...seriously. Not crossing today.


bill - there is a bridge under there somewhere. i guess we won't be crossing today.


mike

Turing west onto Hwy20 for 7 miles - we got HAMMERED by freezing rain here.

Turning back north on Walker Ridge Road and into the mud.


Walker Ridge Road - all dirt - looking in the far background you can see the road continuing.


Walker Ridge Road - easy and fun road - made better by the slick mud. Lots and lots of harder splits along this road (you can see one in this pic).


can you tell its freezing cold? our destination, indian valley reservoir




spiced things up with some muddy double trak - bartlett srpings / indian valley res area

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