bergsteiger wrote:my guess would be really wet down low, and the normal problem spots. Bloomer is slower to dry. some areas probably will be fine, and others way over the edge.
not having been there today to look today.
As of yesterday and as suggested by the above post, the second half of the down low twisty section had the usual mud holes but was generally rideable in between. A few similar spots existed up top. The ridge stuff was all good. There are enough leaves down that you need to corner judiciously especially since it's a little greasy underneath and in a few spots in some of the flatter sections before coming out to the cricket fields you really have to pay attention because the trail bed is almost indistinguishable from the surrounding woodlands. In other words, it's fall.