Try fitting a small camel into the CamelBak Trinity Hydration Pack. That may not fit, but luckily the Trinity has enough space to hold 3 liters of water, extra layers, a head lamp, and sunglasses for a full assault on the ridge. The Trinity also has attachment points for an ice-axe and trekking poles should you need your hands free to scale the last 100 feet of your climb.
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Going camping at Trinity Lake and staying at Tannery Gulch with the family, inlaws, Labor Day weekend... blah blah blah. Of course I want to bring my bike to escape for a little while ;) :thumbsup:
I found this [URL="http://www.fs.usda.gov/Internet/FSE_DOCUMENTS/fsm9_008077.pdf"]forest service in ... Read More »
I know, I know.... it's in NorCal, but I thought I'd ask my homies first before bothering those guys.
I just got back from a two week vacation in far northern California (Lassen NP; Quincy; Chico; Redding; Mt. Shasta; Weed.... that whole area). It was only camping, hiking, and beer drinking. No b ... Read More »
Time to give it back. Let's get out there and protect our valuable riding resource!
Saturday March 20th 9am - Trinity Bikes of Redmond is hosting the first ever work party at The Maston.
This is a BLM approved/supported work party. We will be doing signage installation, fencing repair and tr ... Read More »