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Decided to go for a little ride today, here are some shots. First time really using my first digital camera. Great ride, mostly fire road and some singletrack. Enjoy!

Start of the Morning


No Poaching


On Cozelman Road above entrance to Bay


Trail Marker for Rodeo Valley/Tennessee Valley


Rodeo Valley and Beach in the distance


Miwok Trail, nice short but steep climb


Gebrode Valley, Marin Headlands


Miwok Trail, looking down unfortunately


Old Springs Trail, somewhat of singletrack :madman:


Old Springs


Tennessee Valley


Glue Factory


Oregon Border!?!?!


Top of Coastal Fireroad Climb, Pacific Ocean


Muir Beach in the Distance


Mt. Tam, only a few more feet :D


Silly Rich people and their elevators


777 Trail


777 Trail and Redwoods


Trail called Pipeline too, because....


Tenderfoot Trail, never seen anyone clean this section


To Mt. Tam summit, East Peak


Fresh Mountain Springs, no did not drink it


View from West Pt. Inn


West Point Inn


LUNCH!


Poseur Shot of bike


Rocky Start to long descent on Eldridge Grade


WTF! 5 mph!


Overlook shot


Go back up or go down?


Lake Lagunitas


On my way home...
 

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baycat said:
Decided to go for a little ride today, here are some shots. First time really using my first digital camera. Great ride, mostly fire road and some singletrack. Enjoy!
Great pics, Ryan. Looks like a great ride, too.

I will be doing Tamarancho to Pine Mnt to who knows (;) ) next weekend. Lemme know if you're down.

Oh - I've seen people clear Tenderfoot - the whole thing - but not me!
 

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Great Shots, it was almost like being there :thumbsup: I think you have the digital camera figured out!!!
 

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Cadillac, there is some single track on this ride but makes up a small portion unfortunately. Great for endurance, killer views and some fast trails though!

Yeah the ride is about a good 5+ hours, and you can stop at some breweries :D
 

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Ryan.. I feel bad.. I started my ride much later than I told you.... barely made it to my 20 year reunion...
Looks like you had a great time tho. Tenderfoot used to not be so eroded and I could clear everything but that crazy rock dealio... way more roots than there used to be... Great place to find oyster mushrooms too!
 

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Cleaned most of 777, except the second pic with the roots and pipe :D

The route for Superone or anyone else is fairly easy to retrace on maps.

Here is the link to flikr with all the pics and trailhead signs:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/

  • Cross the GG Bridge
  • from the parking lot go up Cozelman Road
  • half way up Cozelman dirt fireroad drops down into Rodeo Valley
  • cross main road in Rodeo Valley
  • up Miwok FR or Bobcat
  • down Old Springs
  • ride half way out to Tennessee Valley and pick up the Coastal FR that goes up and up
  • take it all the way out to the highway
  • cross highway and pick up short piece of singletrack that parallels the highway (do not drop down into Muir Beach)
  • road burn for a bit
  • reach intersection to go up to Mt. Tam or down into Mill valley
  • down for a mile on the road, sharp left on Everwood or Evergreen
  • ride for a bit hit the 777 trail
  • trail spits out on road, come out at West Pt. Inn
  • Old Gravity Car to double bow knot
  • Railroad Grade to West Pt. Inn and East Peak
  • down Eldridge
  • you can take bike path back to city or retrace the route or take the ferry back
 

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uhhhhh you're NUTS.....

THAT is one hell of a ride.....

Did you take Sunday off? Or did you ride Tamarancho?

baycat said:
Cleaned most of 777, except the second pic with the roots and pipe :D

The route for Superone or anyone else is fairly easy to retrace on maps.

Here is the link to flikr with all the pics and trailhead signs:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/

  • Cross the GG Bridge
  • from the parking lot go up Cozelman Road
  • half way up Cozelman dirt fireroad drops down into Rodeo Valley
  • cross main road in Rodeo Valley
  • up Miwok FR or Bobcat
  • down Old Springs
  • ride half way out to Tennessee Valley and pick up the Coastal FR that goes up and up
  • take it all the way out to the highway
  • cross highway and pick up short piece of singletrack that parallels the highway (do not drop down into Muir Beach)
  • road burn for a bit
  • reach intersection to go up to Mt. Tam or down into Mill valley
  • down for a mile on the road, sharp left on Everwood or Evergreen
  • ride for a bit hit the 777 trail
  • trail spits out on road, come out at West Pt. Inn
  • Old Gravity Car to double bow knot
  • Railroad Grade to West Pt. Inn and East Peak
  • down Eldridge
  • you can take bike path back to city or retrace the route or take the ferry back
 

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baycat, great photos, I think you pretty well documented the entire headlands :)

baycat said:
Decided to go for a little ride today, here are some shots. First time really using my first digital camera. Great ride, mostly fire road and some singletrack. Enjoy!

Mt. Tam, only a few more feet :D
My version:
 

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baycat said:
Decided to go for a little ride today, here are some shots. First time really using my first digital camera. Great ride, mostly fire road and some singletrack. Enjoy!
Nice pics Ryan! Very well documented. As I scrolled down, I kept thinking to myself, Damn, he's still got to ride BACK to the City, and then I saw the last pic on the Ferry. Nice call. I'd never noticed the '777' sign before. Will have to keep my eyes open for that next time I find myself there.

How's the Van Dessel? Is that instead of a Waltworks/Curtlo/Inglis, or something to ride in the meantime?
 
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