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Skye Kraft
San Francisco, CA

Skye Kraft grew up fifty miles north of San Francisco in Santa Rosa, Ca. He began racing mountain bikes at age 13, and switched to the road while in college, going as far as the semi-pro level. He majored in English Literature at UCLA and currently works and resides in San Francisco.

Recent Trekalong Posts By Skye Kraft

  • Change the Locks

    As I returned home from two sets of errands today, each time I found myself trying to regain entry into my apartment by using my bike lock key. Bike on shoulder, backpack brimming with groceries, my brain dictated that my fingers sort t...

  • Ten Years Gone, Still a Rider

    This year I succeeded in getting my buddy Jared back on the mountain bike. It s because of Jared that I got into mountain biking as a teenager, having always fashioned myself a BMX freestyler since early childhood. It was when he got ...

  • King Ridge Grasshopper ’09

    This past Saturday, May 9th, I rode the King Ridge leg of the Grasshopper Adventure Series; 84 miles of hard, hard riding along the gorgeous North Coast. It was my return to the world of NorCal road racing, after 3 long years away, and ...

  • Race Report: ’09 Summit Shorty Series #2

    Bolstered by the fact that I had had the endurance to have been able to finish and even enjoy the Kings Ridge Grasshopper road race/ride, I decided to swing to the opposite side of the racing spectrum and try my hand at a high intensity...

  • Back on the Road

    I d been holding onto this busted road frame for over four years… …and this year I finally got around to fixing it. WHA’HAPPENED?: I broke the frame at the Shorewood Criterium on July 15, 2004 just about midway throu...

  • New, Used, Borked… It’s All a Good Time

    Since I didn’t get a chance to ride this weekend (due to a variety of reasons and not excluding laziness on Sunday), and since today is a rest day in the Tour de France, I was really hoping to live vicariously through one of my bu...

  • Tamarancho in July

    Last week I took a trip up to Fairfax to ride in the incredible anomaly that is Camp Tamarancho. Where else can you find a sign like this? The first time I visited the park and came across this sign, I imagined it to be some kinda Br...


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Mountain Bike! San Francisco and the Bay Area
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Mountain Bike! San Francisco and the Bay Area
Skye Kraft


    From mountain bikingís origins on Mount Tamalpais, to the mountain biker-inspired trail systems in many of the regionís park, the San Francisco Bay Area has an incredible wealth of terrain to explore. Whether you are an experienced rider looking for a ride to test both endurance and technical ability, or a new rider looking for a good park to learn in without investing too much in terms of money, sanity, or skin, Mountain Bike! San Francisco and the Bay Area will help riders find it.

    Many of the rides in the book are easily accessible using the Bay Areaís extensive public transportation network, and ALL of the rides feature some form of incredible California scenery or other treasure. You may find yourself dodging redwood or oak trees on some intense singletrack downhill, or pounding up a long, straight fire road with the Pacific Ocean laid out in front of you, but needless to say, your mountain biker spirit will all be satisfied.

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