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Ride Recap: BTCEB Ride Like a Girl at Camp Tamarancho

by Inga Beck on March 3, 2013

in Bicycle Trails Council

Each month the Bicycle Trails Council of the East Bay puts on a women’s only ride called Ride Like a Girl. The emphasis of these rides are to have fun and to meet other women who love to ride. The rides are geared towards all levels of riders, lead by experienced leaders and are split into groups based on skill level. This month it was held at Camp Tamarancho Boy Scout Camp in Fairfax, California. We love riding Tamarancho’s technical single track loop. It is a great place for intermediate riders to practice switchbacks and riding through rock gardens. In fact we stopped and sessioned a couple of switchbacks, it was neat to see the immediate progression. Since the Camp Tamarancho loop is considered intermediate +, the beginner group was taken to the Mt. Tamalpais Marin Watershed.

The weather was great, and as usual, the club provided snacks post-ride. It’s a great way to get out and meet new people, and ride with some new folks. Check it out at

Learn more about Camp Tamarancho Boy Scout Camp here.

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Jason Van Horn March 4, 2013 at 5:54 am

Inga, you make everyone else look like hobbits in that group photo. That is some funny stuff.


Inga March 4, 2013 at 5:49 pm



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