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Double D

This is one of my go to loops in Auburn. I ended up taking a lot long than I would normally so don't judge me when looking at the Garmin/Strava data. I have been having some lower back issues lately that stem from an old Army injury. None-the-less, between that and having to repair the gimbal on the side of the trail I was really slow. Oh, and to be honest, it was hot as hell so I took a bunch of breaks. Hahahaha, either way every ride is an adventure. The main point of this video was to show you all this route.

Up Stage Coach, down Manzanita, Up Stage Coach to Upper Stage Coach, Follow Upper Stage Coach until Flood Trail, hang a left onto Flood Trail, pass Mossy Rock Trail and follow Flood Trail until you get to Stage Coach. Head down Stage Coach to the bottom, and cross the bridge to make a left on Clementine Trail. Climb that past the first gate where the paved road is. Keep climbing up the road until you get to the top where the gate and rocks are. Make a right on Fuel Break and climb the half a mile until you are ready to descend into Culvert trail. That will be your first left to get on Culvert trail. When you get to the end of Culvert cross the road and go down into the OHV park. After you pass the ranger booth watch the right side for the entrance. That right will take you on to Confluence Trail which will bring you back out at the bottom where everyone parks.

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I'm just a guy in Northern California that loves riding bikes. Most of my time is spent on a mountain bike. I also own a single speed for around town and commuting. Last but not least I own a cross bike. I couldn't bring myself to buy a road bike just so I could do long road rides that had more climbing than I could handle on the SS. That was my compromise. I'm originally from Pennsylvania and have that blunt east coast attitude. Some people love it, some people hate it. Either way I wake up in the morning.