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I lived in Eugene, Or for a while in the late '90s, and rode off road a lot. I have a small collection of trail maps and MTB books for anyone who is willing to pay postage? I now live in Ohio...yuk.

Lane County Oregon MTB Ride Guide Book ISBN 0-87114-078-0
A Falcon Guide Book-MTB the Pacific Northwest ISBN 1-56044-430-4
2 ea Willamette Natioanl Forest Service Maps 1996
1 ea Umpqua National Forest Service Map 1995
Dozens of National Forest handouts with MTB trail maps from all over Willamette and Umpqua.
Also included are several road maps of Oregon, Eugene, and surrounding areas in the Cascades, like Bend, Oakridge, and Westfir.

I'll gladly box these up, send them USPS book rate postage (the cheapest), as long as you cover it. It breaks my heart to see these thrown away, after the miles I spent enjoying the area.

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Nice offer. i'd take you up on it, but already have all the maps. Looks like you got around when you lived here. Sounds like life took a turn for the worse. Oregon to NC is cool, but NC to Ohio, that sux! Come back to Oregon for Mtn. Bike oregon and enjoy your old favorite trails...

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Oregon was pretty awsome. I was there in the late '90s, lived in Lowell, near Springfield. I spent a lot of time riding around Oakridge, and even did the Cascade Cream Puff in 1998, 3rd in the Sport class.
Bend area is sweet too.
Responsibilties have taken control, promotions, marriage, etc.

The maps are still available, there has been interest, but no payment yet. Media mail for $5 or $6 gets 6 pounds worth literature.
 
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