A strong 7
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i have only ridden ringwood twice and both times i've gotten lost. i found a loop on motionbased that looked pretty good but we didn't end up even trying to follow it (we parked in a different spot and then could never find it...here's that loop: http://trail.motionbased.com/trail/activity/3676032
but, here's what i'm looking for, perhaps to ride tomorrow:
i would love fireroads up and technical singletrack down. it seems like ringwood should have that combination in spades. does anyone have an 8 - 12mi mile course like that?
just an fyi also...if you ever find yourself in Marin County California, check out Camp Tamarancho...i was there last thursday. it was fantastic. smooth, tight, twisty singletrack. tons of switchbacks. a total blast!
can someone give me a tip on how to get these maps on my garmin