MUni Weekend 16

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The 2011 California Mountain Unicycle Weekend
October 7–9 in Auburn, Folsom and Colfax, California

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    Remember Greg LeMond? He autographed the 1996 MUni Weekend flyer I'm holding, a week before the event
    Remember Greg LeMond? He autographed the 1996 MUni Weekend flyer I'm holding, a week before the event.

    Times are subject to change, but this is the current plan. Note that some of these times are ride start times, not show-up times! Arrive early to get geared up, and be ready to go at the start time.

    10:00 - Meet at the American River Confluence. A brief orientation and welcome, followed by the Confluence Uphill Race.
    10:00 - 11:30 - Riding on the "George Peck" river rock. Possible Trialsy contest, if we come up with a good idea for one. Optional short out-and-back under the Foresthill Bridge.
    11:30 - Shuttle up to our start point on Foresthill Road.
    12:00 - Ride start. We will end up back at the Confluence.

    After the Ride - Picnic at the Confluence, or head out for some lunch! Location TBD
    After Lunch - Open house at the Foss residence. Pool! Also a garage full of interesting one-wheeled contraptions.

    Saturday—Salmon Falls:
    9:00 - Meet at the east (far) end of the Salmon Falls Bridge, in the parking area on the right. We'll start with a short ride on the brand new South Fork American River Trail. 300' of climbing to a high spot, then a fun downhill back to the trailhead.
    ~10:30 - Across the street is the trailhead for the Salmon Falls Trail
    After the Ride - We'll go find some lunch in nearby Folsom (not the prison)
    6:00 - "Movie Night" at STEP. We'll order in some good pizza, or other easy meal (or BYO).

    Sunday—Stevens Trail
    10:00 - Meet at the trailhead of Stevens Trail. Parking is limited so we should maximize our vehicles. CAUTION: This trail is not recommended for bicycles, and has lots of very long drop-offs along the way. Riders must respect this trail to stay safe.


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