Michigan Mountain Biking Association
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.
mikewoods wrote:I got out on Friday afternoon. I rode in from the CRT to signpost #23 and jumped on the single track. I'd never been on the MTB trails at bloomer before, so I just tired to follow the signage. I ended up getting lost toward the end when the trail spits you out near the Cricket field. I looked at the map and tried to follow the MTB trail but i couldn't follow it so ended up just taking the two track back to signpost #23 on my way out. The trail seemed the be in good shape save for a few muddy spots in the corners. No trees down that I remember.
urbaindk wrote:Rode most of Bloomer tonight. It's in pretty good shape. Just a few of the normal soft spots. There is one place that deserves attention, as you are leaving the tech loop (or if you bypass the tech loop) there is a fast little downhill. Right at the bottom there is a fairly good size mud hole that is somewhat new. Because of the speed and its depth you need to pay attention to how you hit it. Either manual or hop, just don't go in front wheel first or something bad might happen.
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