tstorm wrote:There was also a power wire down at the entrance of the main trail head yesterday. A yellow barricade and caution tape across the double track. I used the other entrance where the races are usually located. As consumer stated lots of trees down and a few huge ones across the double track too. Most of the single track is covered with chunks of pine needles and sticks. I rode my single speed which was a good choice. I had to stop several times to clear sticks in my chain /seat stays and fork. I didn't want make the derailleur on the new Superfly much more vulnerable to damage. I'm guessing it will be a couple of weeks before all those big trees get cleared. I'll keep an eye out and help if there is another trail day soon. A lot of raking is needed along with clearing the trees.
April 26. http://www.cramba.org/calendar/