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trail is in overall good shape. some of the corners are snotty.. no ruts, you'll just find yourself on the ground if you're not careful. i set alot of PR segments out there though so it's definitely riding well.
There is a tree down about 6 miles into the long loop - shortly after the swoopy section that follows the Pines. It will need a chainsaw. Need to control your speed near the end, the usual sand beds will swallow all but the fat tires. A good rain is needed to pack down the sand - in other words business as usual for this trail syste.
Went for a nice easy Fourth of July spin today. Thanks so much to the volunteers who trimmed and mowed the trail back, made for a very enjoyable ride. Sandy in the normal spots, trail was fantastic today thanks to all the hard work.
yep, the new start and finish have been implemented in preparation for the trail going to be multi-directional by day starting next month.. the 15th if i recall? we won't need to ride down the parking lot road to get to and from the trail anymore. should be interesting.
trail rode great saturday morning. couple face slappers (granted it was 2000% humidity and rained the day before), and one section of ankle biters, but it was apparent others had been out there trimming recently. thanks as always.