Two days of riding on Whistler Trails

Photos of the North Ranch Mountain Bikers of Ventura County. Click on an image to see it full size.

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This was a hard ramp to photograph. There are three paths through it. This circular route has some gaps in it of a foot or two...
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Another view of the circular ramp. An easier ramp is the straight one about in the middle of the photo. Or you can ride on the ground, but you can't see that here
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This view gives a better look at the easier ramp on the left
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There are many different types of ramp
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There are some easy ramps, and some dirt trail as well - it's not all ramps.
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This is the trailhead for the Cheakamus Lake trail. I didn't take many photos here because it was raining and wet
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There were lots of little streams that crossed under the trail
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The trail runs parallel to the Cheakamus River, barely visible on the lower right
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Cheakamus Lake, and the turn-around point for us
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My bike didn't have any fenders so I got a bit of mud on my legs
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We stopped to take a look at another section of trails that run beside the Cheakamus River
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This is the Cheakamus River
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The trails on the two sides of the river are connected by this suspension bridge
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