Michigan Mountain Biking Association
RickPlite wrote:the prefered route is through the small opening in the trees. Someone has taken it upon themselves to short cut the original trail and to also re-claim the short cut everytime we cover it up. Just wait until we have enough man power next spring to drag a 500 pound dead tree trunk across the short cut. Short cuts have started to appear on the last section of the lower whoop de do's also. I blocked it off yesterday. We will win.
If you are the guilty party, come forward at a trail day and let us know what you think. We might listen. The section where the trail weaves in and out of narrow trees is called the Upper Meadery. It was designed to be slower, more technical and less flowing (fast) than the other sections. A good trail mixes it up a bit, think of Fort Custer. Super Highway into Granny's Garden then back to fast two track and back to Crazy Beaver or the Amusement Park. Tell me one person that doesn't like Fort Custer.
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