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  1. #1
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    Auburn/ Roseville area rides?

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    Any Auburn/Roseville area gals... What's a good place to road ride now? I'm up in Truckee. The roads are still covered in the gravel that they put down all winter and it's still a *bit* cold. Can you suggest any 20-50 mile rides? I know that's a big range, but if it's just me it'll be the longer ride. If my SO comes along it will be shorter.

    TIA

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    Quote Originally Posted by roadie gal View Post
    Any Auburn/Roseville area gals... What's a good place to road ride now? I'm up in Truckee. The roads are still covered in the gravel that they put down all winter and it's still a *bit* cold. Can you suggest any 20-50 mile rides? I know that's a big range, but if it's just me it'll be the longer ride. If my SO comes along it will be shorter.

    TIA
    You could try ringing the Bicycle Emporium in Auburn they are a great bunch of guys and Im sure they would have some route slips for rides in the Auburn area (much nicer than riding in Roseville).

    If you are feeling energetic you could give part of the Auburn Century course a whirl.

    Until recently I lived in Grass Valley so I understand why you might be looking for rides outside of Truckee at the moment.
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