"Ask Chopper" by Greg Randolph, Bike Magazine
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Mountain Biking
Photo by Derek Pearson
SOME VIDEOS
Todd Davison - Winter Man
Lee
Jim
JEFF HAYMES
RANDOMNESS AND OLDNESS
LOCAL RIDERS THAT YOU SHOULD KNOW, archives   
Trails are open to mountain biking and hiking all year.
Rider: Daniel Myers
Rider: Todd Davison
Dog: Xena
Rider: Jim Albright
Rider: Todd Davison
Peter Avolio, Paul, Austin Hildreth, Loren, Chris Bently,
Chris Miske, Jim Graham,  Jim Albright, Todd Davison
Jim Albright, Kirk X, Chris Miske, Daniel Myers, Jim Sammet

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Riders: Chris Miske, Jim Albright, Todd Davison
All year long
Skinny Tire Riders: Austin Hildreth, Jim Albright, Jenny Graham
D-Line Road: Paved Serenity
Hunting Singletrack
Saddle: Michael Roberts
March 11, 2006
Pre-dawn Sick Puke start 2004
uy
SP2012: 10 years of nausea
Petosi Slide 2008
Petosi Slide 2012
Capitol Forest has a long history of
providing a large canvas for adventurous
cyclists to explore. From the early days of
mountain bike racing in the late 80's and
early 90's with NORBA races attracting
hundreds of participants and
Capitol City
Bike Club mountain bike clinics, trail work
and forest patrols of the same era. DH
races on Trail #30 with The Peak Bike shop
in the early 00's, and Washington State's
first
Super D and Enduro races with FOCF
and
Cascadia Dirt Cup this last decade.

Capitol Forest has been and continu
es to
be a melting pot of cyclists looking to
spend time in the forest on their bike
s.

Through all of these years of mountain
biking in Capitol Forest, the primary force
of continuity has been the unique
conditions where multiple user groups
successfully share trails and facilities. This
consideration for other user groups has
sustained bigger and better access and
experience for all recreational users of
Capitol Forest. Please help continue this
spirit and trend by respectfully sharing
Capitol Forest trails and facilities.

Enjoy the ride.