Michigan Mountain Biking Association
Critter7r wrote:I've always thought that bending the trail a little so that one has a straighter line onto the bridge would be a good idea.
r21954 wrote:Putting a caution sign up would be easier but go ahead keep changing the trail to suit your riding style instead of learning to ride the course as its set up. Every trail I ride there are places I have to lock the brakes up unexpectedly when going fast in order to make a turn or jog in order to miss a tree or drop off or what ever.
r21954 wrote:...changing the trail to suit your riding style instead of learning to ride the course as its set up...
bax wrote:Big thanks to the guys who have been working hard on this trail all year. Today seemed like the first time for me in awhile that you could ride the whole trail and actually see the trail ahead without overgrowth, really changes the flow of the trail - way cool.
turbotoad wrote:...It's hard to imagine much more trail packed into the East
joemel08 wrote:I was out there Yesterday, last night before dark, and walked at little of it backwards the last 2 miles of the trail is in great shape, after the second mile backwards (after that little access trail to Hess Rd) the singletrack is under water, it is not impassible but there is very thick mud and 2-3 inches of standing water in a lot places. There were only one or two few deep bike tracks probably should avoid that area. I don't get out on that side much so my descriptions are not very good, sorry about that.
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