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  • ^Granite Bay State Park Main Entrance

    7965 Douglas Blvd, Granite Bay, CA (map)

    38.743397 -121.151581

  • This is NOT a beginner trail, BUT if you can handle short technical sections, short difficult downhill sections, you can ride this trail. Approximately 11 miles with hills, rocks, tree stumps and dirt. Ride should be about 2 hours with periodic re-groupings along the way.

    Meet at 12:00 pm at the BOY SCOUT SIGN Near the Main Park Entrance and head out soon thereafter. (if you don't have a park pass you can park at the CVS parking lot then Ride down Douglas Blvd to the park entrance and then right to cross the street to hit the dirt.) We'll ride a lollipop - out to Twin Rocks, go up Center Trail (or along the right outer side) to the benches (or the Blue Pipe is an option too), down the back side to Bykes Beak (the lower parking lot) and out to Doton's, circle back around and then head back to the cars.

    Helmets are required. Please bring a bike in good working condition, water, a spare tube (not a patch kit), a snack (if you want), sunscreen, bug repellant and Technu (lots of poison oak out there).

    Any questions, please contact Nate.

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  • Terry

    I'm getting fat...I need to ride a bike!!!

    2 · 2 days ago

  • Dan K.

    Wow. I was checking the news and it sounds like it's pretty bad. Has anyone been on the trails lately to check the erosion? This much water this quickly surely has completely washed away some sections of trail.

    3 days ago

    • Nate H

      Yes...its devastating. Calf hogh erosion in some areas...other areas 150 feet long deep mud bogs. Another 2.5 inches of rain for tomorrow. I do see more breaks in the weather and thinkbwe might be easing off into spring.

      3 days ago

    • Dan K.

      We need a couple weeks of dry weather to let the runoff happen and the rivers to subside. Hopefully that's coming but every time I look I see always a chance of rain.

      2 days ago

  • Nate H

    Big chance of cancelled.

    1 · 4 days ago


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