Michigan Mountain Biking Association
DRC wrote:Clearly I'm not first on the scene with an updated trail report but I put too much effort into getting these pics and posting them to stop now.
I walked a good portion of the trail yesterday 04/09 about 7pm and it is not ready for action yet. But that has not stopped everyone. I put my Officer Poncherello hat on and determined two fat bikes and at least one non-fat rider have spun a lap in the last 48 hours.
Most of the snow and ice was on the east facing hills - here is a sample:
Do fat bikes cause ruts... Yep. In fact, the ruts are similar to normal bike tire ruts....only fatter:
I guess we just have to tuck it up in the waist band for now and wait it out. High temps, sunshine and warm nights are our friends. Renegade fat bikers and skinny tire mud lovers, not so much...
its officially OPEN. a few fat-bikes would be appreciated to help flatten those trouble spots. minus a few sticks on the trail its really not bad. Thanks for your help with this Don.
banditx552 wrote:"its officially OPEN. a few fat-bikes would be appreciated to help flatten those trouble spots. minus a few sticks on the trail its really not bad. Thanks for your help with this Don.
For the statement above, is Maybury open, or was that in reference to Hickory Glen?
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