CRAMBA: Pontiac Lake

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Re: CRAMBA: Pontiac Lake

Postby oldkhs » October 24th, 2014, 8:52 am

It was good around 5pm.

Other than the roots on 1st left turn on the 2 mile switchback hill that seem spaced just right to eat my 26er tire. Think I need to cut it tighter next time.
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Re: CRAMBA: Pontiac Lake

Postby Ramborage » October 25th, 2014, 10:36 am

I thought that was just me. Those roots never got me until the last few months. And I've been riding this trail 3 times a week. Has something changed there? It seems more difficult.... I kind of like it like that though...
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Re: CRAMBA: Pontiac Lake

Postby oldkhs » October 25th, 2014, 8:25 pm

I guess the heavy rains washed out the soil some.
Trail was great today.
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Re: CRAMBA: Pontiac Lake

Postby SteamDriven » October 27th, 2014, 7:17 am

johnboy wrote:
GeoffM wrote:
SteamDriven wrote:Is there somewhere these rides are posted? I would like to join the group but too late for tonight.

x2 on this. I would've joined if I hadn't just finished my first beer.

it's on the Cycletherapy Facebook page. they have been going for the past 3 Thursday's. I figured I throw it out here too for tonight

The Ride Announcement Topic for Pontiac Lake appears to be dormant so apologies for this post here, but it looks like the CycleTherapy Group are planning another Night Ride this week? Can anyone confirm?

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Re: CRAMBA: Pontiac Lake

Postby GeoffM » October 27th, 2014, 7:28 am

As of the night of the 24th there was a tree hanging over the trail. It was located approximately here: ... !1s0x0:0x0

Kinda surprised me because that's a fast moving corner.
It's avoidable, but if you're following the line cleaned of leaves you'll hit it.

It's a small tree. It might be able to be pushed over, or a small saw can cut it.
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