Michigan Mountain Biking Association
Critter7r wrote:Maybe a boardwalk could be built alongside the road (following the former trail that "merged" onto the roadway) that goes to the other side of the RR tracks and then there could be a proper street crossing like at other points on the trail. Kinda like the one at Kensington that's next to the freeway.
MotoJeff wrote:I rode both trails yesterday, and the trail was in bad shape. There are only a couple muddy areas and no down trees. But worse are all the small branches that are in the path and the overgrown bushes next to the trail. In summary, it is ridable but not very fast or enjoyable. Bring head and eye protection because you will get hit with lots of low branches.
fsr1 wrote:It was raining out tonight when I was working and and quite muddy. I was shocked at how many riders were out on the trail many of whom looked as though they should know better?
pharus wrote:Fairly soon after the beginning of the Blue loop, the trail is moving quite fast, and we come up to a parking lot entrance crossing. The trail shoots up to the road, and then back down the other side. There are a lot of shrubs next to the trail right there, blocking visibility. Could they be cut back, so that there is more visibility for the bikers to see cars coming into and out of the parking lot, and for cars to see bikers coming?
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