I did some camping and riding a little while ago in the Southern Sierras.
We spent a couple days out off the beaten path checking out some potential MTB goodness.
It was a little late in the year to be where we were and the temps were down in the 20’s at night
We even got a little snow on us the first night.
The trip and riding were certainly this….
Playing Dental Floss on a rock outcropping that looked like a row of molars.
A little air time.
We got at high as 8,000 feet and some points.
Oh the names of the trails? They were KTS #1 and ICTU #4 (Kinda Top Secret and ICan’t Tell U)
The world is bike place, go bike it!
Well after a really long time in the works I finally published the San Clemente Singletracks Page. It is not my best trail review, but I have found it so difficult to describe a route well that it has languished in the draft stage for nearly a year. So I basically gave up on my normal style and just went with a general description of the area as well as a few of the major trails. After that just go ride, get blissfully disoriented and have one heck of a time out there. I have to give a special thanks to John Early who provided me with a few GPX routes (to share with you) that were continuous from start to finish. Every time I have every been to this trail system, I’m always exploring and do stuff like doubling back, go the wrong way just cause and basically make a mess of my GPS track. I will probably clean up the trail review here in the coming months but I got tired of holding on to this one. So enjoy and maybe go for a ride!
Yesterday I attended what was a very cool ride that showed just how awesome our community of knobby tired freaks can be. This was by far the largest group ride I had every been on.
Here are some of my pictures from the ride along with a few words. To get a bunch of words, read about The Ride from the perspective of all that were there as well as the BBQ afterwards that I could not stick around for.
The reason I could not stick around was I had to do some cool “Hockey Dad” stuff. My oldest boy has been really doing well with the Hockey as of late. He was asked to practice (In preparation for tryouts after the first of the year) with one of the really good tournment teams here in San Diego. The level of play was a big step up for Will. He looked a little overwhelmed for the first five minutes or so but settled down before realizing he had to dig deep to keep up with the pace. It was the classic Big Fish in a little pond, does not look so big in a bigger pond thing. Between the ride and watching my kid, I was proud to be a Mountain Bikers as well as Dad today.