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Fremont Older Friday

I am recovering from a hand injury so I am limited to smooth trails for now but pace will be intermediate/advanced. I plan to do Macie's Peak, the Three Toyon's and Seven Springs Loop Trail.

We will stop to enjoy the views, but otherwise hammer down :)

 

NOW THE NITTY GRITTY...

San Jose Mountain Biking is a group riding community.  We don't really encourage individuals to come out to our rides that want to do their own ride five minutes after starting with us.  We start together and stick together.  No one gets dropped period.  Of course if you have to bail for any reason, that's fine just make sure either myself or who ever is sweeping the ride knows and makes sure you know your way back to the cars.  SJMTB is okay with guests on our rides, even kids, just remember that they are your guests and as such they agree to the same terms of meetup that you did when you signed up http://www.meetup.com/terms/.  We have a very casual and fun attitude about ourselves and try not to take ourselves too seriously, heck we're just mountain bikers.  There are very few other rules we follow other than the stick together one...

RIDERS MUST WEAR A HELMET ON ALL RIDES.

• THIS IS A MOUNTAIN BIKE GROUP... RIDE A MOUNTAIN BIKE (CX IS OKAY I SUPPOSE)

• RIDERS MUST OBEY THE RULES OF THE TRAILS.  THIS INCLUDES THE COMMON ETIQUETTE RULES OF RIGHT OF WAY (HIKERS, HORSES, THEN BIKES)

• RESPECT THE TRAILS AND EACH OTHER

• LAST BUT NOT LEAST... HAVE FUN!

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  • Jim A.

    When they are not looking! For now, I can't hammer down anything so I suppose the hammering will be on the climbs. I don't think the 15 mph speed limit will be an issue in that regard ; )

    It is great to be back in the saddle!!! My hand gets a little stronger every week. Hopefully in about a month I will be able to do more technical and rougher rides.

    April 24, 2014

  • Julie

    How does one hammer down at 15mph? jk Glad to see you back on the saddle : )

    April 23, 2014

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