Greg, I yield to your opinion on the matter. Age before beauty as they say.
Ain't touch'n that....
I only saw your tracks a few times and it just didn't appear or feel any worse then the trail feels after a couple of days drying out from a rain event. It seemed the worse part was the start before you hit campground road. I took the pavement to avoid that section. Couple of spots past the entrance gate that I walked and that was about it. No standing water or mud holes of consequence. When I got off at Doyle I actually had dust on the bike instead of any accumulation of mud. Tuesday on the north loop I bailed just past the boardwalk on Doyle because I was leaving tracks with the Fat Bike. It wasn't like that Thur. late pm.
My riding the fat bike I don't think would have been different from riding any other bike. Hitting any soft spots as noted depended , it seemed , on the line taken. But it was a reeeaaaally slow ride.
Have Mcleod , will travel .
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