The title kind of says it all. I'll be there for a week starting tomorrow. I am willing to make a bit of a drive but would like it to be not too far. Thanks.
The answer is.....I like aggressive trail riding. Twisty technical single track with short punchy climbs and roots and rocks are preferable. Which is more like that Waterdog, Skeggs or Santa Cruz? I called Summit in Burlingame and they told me to rent off this link. Hmm... what do you think ...Bronson or 5010? I ride a burlied up Trance normally. Ride with us! - San Jose Bike Rentals
Ya that's what I was thinking. I wanted to try something lighter and snappier anyway. I'm not big on jumps but like drops and hitting gnar hard. I just read reviews and it sounds like Waterdog fits the bill for my riding perfectly:https://www.singletracks.com/bike-trails/water-dog-lake-park.htmlIf u r not going to the other side with the doubles, 5010 is sufficient
One thing many visitors are surprised about when they get here is we generally don't have "short" climbs. Not sure where you are from and what sort of climbs you are used to.I like aggressive trail riding. Twisty technical single track with short punchy climbs and roots and rocks are preferable. Which is more like that Waterdog, Skeggs or Santa Cruz?
Waterdog is tight twisty singletrack. Not overly technical but still requires good bike handling skills. Skeggs has more technical stuff on Manzanita and Resolution trails.If I get two days to ride I might just do that too!