The Angry Singlespeeder: Ashland, Oregon – Shakespearian Singletrack

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Founded in 1852 after a gold placer strike, the historically rich town of Ashland sits in the shadows of the towering 7,533 foot tall Mount Ashland. Right from downtown a vast network of trails meander into the mountains, providing miles of fast, flowing singletrack that perfectly blend the terrain of wetter, damper, loamier, coastal Oregon soil at higher altitude with drier, dustier and faster California soil at lower altitude.

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