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Giro Flume Helmet

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Kids and parents agreeThis isThe coolest helmet around! With easy-to-adjust features, durable construction and groovy graphics, it's no surpriseThatThe Flume is a hit with kids. Youth Size Features: Snap-fit visor Construction: In-mold - EPS liner, polycarbonate shell Fit System: AcuDial, Universal Fit Youth (21.25"-24" / 50-57cm) Ventilation: 20 vents

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Flume trail

I'm planning on riding the flume trail with my 9 yo tomorrow. I was going to get shuttle but my wife could just do that. Is it pretty self explanatory to get to trailhead and back to town? My understanding is start at spooner lake and end at incline village? We're overnighting in elko would it b ... Read More »

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My wife and I are headed to Tahoe on Thursday for some riding and shes gonna do some SUP. She would like to ride one day, but doesnt like technical stuff. Would I be better taking her on the Rim trail, or the Flume trail? ThanksRead More »

Red House Flume / Sunflower Hill Trail - Which Direction?

Going to check out Red House Flume and Sunflower Hill trail this weekend... what's the best direction? Looking on Strava and the like, seems like people go both directions. Coming from Tahoe Meadows, should we go straight to Red House Flume, or should we do the TRT climb to Marlette Peak and the ... Read More »

Flume Trail condtions?

[COLOR=#000000][FONT=verdana]Headed up to North Shore, Lake Tahoe this next weekend. Was going to do some snowboarding but with hardly any snow I decided to take up the mountain bike. Is the Flume Trail rideable in the winter? I'm thinking it will have some snow but not enough to turn riders away. A ... Read More »

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