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Discussion in 'Pacific Northwest' started by nuclear 674, Oct 19, 2005.

  1. nuclear 674

    nuclear 674 Monkey

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    rode at falls city on tuesday, the trails are excellent. Thanks to the guys at Santiam bicycles for pointing us in the right direction and giving us a heads up about the trails. I will post pics later.
     

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  2. SuperSlow

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    ive wanted to ride there, i didnt make it there last time i was down there
     
  3. elRey

    elRey Turbo Monkey

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    what are the conditions like right now?
    i wanted to go the past couple weekends but my friend said it was a mudbowl.
    ????? :think: :think: :think:
     
  4. Str8OutaBallard

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    I wish I could ride in the mud there... when the weather is nice I chase girls...
     
  5. nuclear 674

    nuclear 674 Monkey

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    the conditions are pretty good right now. you could ride most everything up there. you can call santiam bicycle in salem for conditions and weather report before going.
     
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    Basic Training and the new sections of dual slalom can be a little slippery if its raining, but most of the trails stay pretty decent in the wet. Since its not been raining a whole lot this week, and sun is forecast for the weekend - I expect conditions to be good. Oh, and SaTURDay is a trail maintenance day out there - but you're still welcome to ride. Just keep in mind you may run across workers on the trails.