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Rode both loops tonight (5/27/04), and the trail is in excellent condition considering all of the rain. Only a couple of muddy spots. There is sand at the bottom of some hills and more roots are exposed on some of the ups, also some of the ups are a bit loose, but that just adds to the fun. Get out and ride, no worries about the mud.
my first time at brighton 5-28-04 fri. that was an excellent ride. the curves on the murray trl. were sculpted to such perfection that it allowed you to keep your speed going with out sliding. very smooth trail over all, & fast. cant wait to go back. conditions were perfect. all but the sand trap before a severe right hand turn leading to an uphill. that was the only thing that got me.
Some one Finally sawed up the big tree that had fallen on Torn shirt at the bottom of the Down hill w/ the root Drop offs ( thank god I was pretty squirrely today )Now if they would only get the big one on the lost loop we would be all set .lots of sand, and LOTS of small face smakers. All was dry, it was pretty busy at Brighton today.
There's a bad washout on one of the last descents on Murray Lk. It's formed a gulley several inches deep and a few yards long. It caused some panic manuevers as I was moving fast and didn't see it until I was in it.