Mountainbike Lake Natoma! D12

  • November 1, 2013 · 1:00 PM
  • Sutter St. Light Rail Station

Ride Summary
Terrain: Rolling hills with a couple of hard (but short) climbs.
Distance: 12 Miles
Speed: 8 - 14 mph
Rider Level: D12 (Intermediate) <--LOOK!
Sweep: Yes

Join us for the 12 mile dirt loop around Lake Natoma. This ride is intended for people who can sustain 10 MPH or more on dirt. We tend to go kinda' fast. It should take no more than 2 hours. If you cannot maintain this pace, you are not being fair to the rest of the riders.

We leave the Lightrail Station promptly at 1:10, so if you're late, you're going to miss us! If you're just a little late, we usually regroup at the Aquatic Center at 1:35.

As always, helmets are required.

This event starts at the light rail station in the hope that you'll save gas, money and the environment by taking the train. The train costs $2.50 (cheaper than you can drive) and schedules can be seen here... http://sacrt.com/schedules/current/routes/R507.htm Just make sure your train says "Folsom" on it.

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  • Tim G.

    Good ride, good people, and good brew! Sums it up!

    1 · November 4, 2013

  • Danette

    I'll be late, but I'll catch up with you guys at the Aquatic center or Samuel Horne's!

    November 1, 2013

  • Marsh

    Friends, they're still building my new bike. Hopefully it will be here by next Friday and I can break it in on the trail!

    November 1, 2013

    • ROGER B.

      are you riding today at 1 marsh with one of your other bikes?

      November 1, 2013

    • Jim

      Marsh... I'll bring an extra one... if that's the only excuse you have :-)

      1 · November 1, 2013

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