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We rode Tamarancho this morning starting about 8:30am.. Once clockwise and once counter clockwise. The trail is in good shape - a few puddles, but other than that very sticky.

Thought it was going to be really cold - when we house it was 32, but it warmed up nicely to 44 when we started riding.

Nobody was out there until about 10am, then it started to get quite busy - we saw almost 30 people.

 

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I was out there with the Dawgs (not real dogs) but we hit the trail at 7:15 and bailed off at B-17 ext. We were nice and toasty by 8:30. ;) Passed another group of 3 going the other way but yeah, otherwise kind of quiet.

Trailwork looks great BTW, crews have done nice work on B-17.

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I was there with about 20 people. We did a long Tamarancho loop then up to Pine Mtn. Then a trail to remain nameless then up the crazy steep fireroad to Solstice. Only 6 made the trek to Solstice and were rewarded with one of Marin's best views. What a incredible day! Here's a few photogs:

Tamaracho was in great shape
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The road to Solstice
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Top of the world, er Solstice
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Ryan likes it. Is that a handlebar boner?
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Time to go get some
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We decided not go go all the way to the top on Saturday. It is worth it though - going down the back side is a blast!

At the top on another ride....

 
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