As a destination to visit, or a place to live?Ethan Harris said:
I would guess Reno but it's mostly seasonal... of course with the auburn ravine baking at 100+ degrees today you could argue that it's seasonal also.Ethan Harris said:
IMHO, Neither.Ethan Harris said:
True, but that depends on your work, do you go to work more than you ride? It is nice to just go out and ride but I hate commuting and living in sac and working on the other side of sac is bad enough!slashk said:IMHO, Neither.
If you are looking for good singletrack you need to be somewhere in between. Look at Auburn, CA [ MAP ] if you like the I-80 corridor or somewhere like Folsom, CA [ MAP ] if your more a I-50 corridor guy/gal. Both of these are about half way between Sacramento and Lake Tahoe/Reno and put you within commuting distance of work and good year-round singletrack. And you are still only 1 hour away from Lake Tahoe's summer trails.
This certainly isn't bagging on Reno. There's a lot of good riding up there. I just like the year round aspect of the area . . .
I used to go to the Roseville Mikuni's a couple times a week, usually once with my wife, then once or twice with coworkers. It is very good.BrandonMiller said:http://sushiref.com/listings/na/usa/cal/north/sacramento/
Mikuni is supposed to be good, but bleh - I'd never touch the stuff. Now if you want hamburger places
Where is the best sushi? Sac or Reno?...