Michigan Mountain Biking Association
Builder-Bill wrote:I'm Glad everyone likes the new section,..Its a little flat for me.. Based on my wheel sensor I get 6.1 to 6.2 miles, adding in the Free Ride area.
I'm looking at a few more areas to add trail... next year. Maybe 7 miles.
Bill and Sam the Trail Dog
Proud Lake TC
guidobri wrote:Hey guys, I just have a quick question. I am taking my wife who is yet to MTB and I wanted to make sure to start her off slow. How does this trail compare to Maybury and Tree Farm? (As far as difficulty goes) I would normally go to Maybury but everything Ive heard is that the trail is still too wet to be ridden. Thanks in advance.
vette-ss wrote:iamkickstand wrote:strava told me 6.2 miles. Got it done 6 minutes faster tonight compared to last night.
Sorry I didn't introduce myself but you borrowed my buddies pump and I was looking for the torx driver.
Trail was MUCH drier tonight, today made a huge difference. It was nearly perfect tonight.
Actually I think that was another guy. He followed me back to use my pump and it wasn't working for him so he got yours. But I figured out who you were after my wife told me. I'm the one that thought I had a T10 but didn't.
Not sure what to think of your Strava. GPS usually subtracts distance if it is off. Although look at your mapping. Last year on one of my rides I had poor phone signal and it had me riding across the golf course and through the pond. Anyway, on one bike I had laps of 5.78 mi and 5.85 mi. My wife's bike said 5.91 mi. So by wheel sensor I'm seeing 5.8-5.9 mi. Your mileage may vary.....
Edit: Forgot to add that when I come up to the ball fields, I just go straight back to the parking lot through the field. I see several cuts back down to the trail and wondered if I was supposed to take the trail back. I've had people coming at me the wrong way in that first section before.
kyleRIG29er wrote:Where is the free ride area?...
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