Michigan Mountain Biking Association
Sherpaboy wrote:I hope you'll all come out Sunday for the trailday (9:00 am at the main trail head parking lot). We just had a meeting with Tom the land manager about the trail and work that needs to be done. One major project is going to be "the pit". Were planning to elevate the trail there, creating a slightly banked turn and using dranage pipe under the trail. We'll need lots of help moving gravel to finish it all off .
We'll also be cutting back face slappers, knocking down burms, cleaing any dead fall, etc. We are planning to cook up some food after as well and maybe a ride.
BTW Dave P and I cut out 6 trees today...there was a new one added last night near the end. The big mutha was a lot of fun :roll: It took out 3-4 trees when it fell.
In case I get another break in the schedule before Sunday, any particular section need some fixin' that can be done by one uncoordinated guy with a hand trimmer?
Sunday May 3rd, 2009 - we have an official trail day at Maybury. We'll be looking at knocking down some berms and fixing some drainage issues. We'll also need several people to hike the trails trimming back face slappers and cleaning up trash.
I think our biggest project will be fixing the wet spot near the winter trail head. More details will be posted.
Date: Sunday 5/3/09
Time: 9:00am - 1PM (We'll organize @9am, have a bagel and head out by 9:30)
What: General trail work and maintenance
Please bring your work clothes, and some small tools. We'll bring the bagels and coffee...and lunch is on us too. Bring water and snacks for the day...we may plan on a group ride after as well
Where: Maybury State Park - Main trail head parking lot (8 mile entrance)
Feel free to shoot questions to me as well firstname.lastname@example.org
TEAMBAMF wrote:Went out after work yesterday, around 6:30pm. There was alot of people out there, even a big group of about 10 ppl. Trail was good, all the rocks and roots are coming to the surface now which makes in interesting!!! The only silly thing about the trail is the tree down near the last couple miles.
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