Michigan Mountain Biking Association
iamkickstand wrote:1. There is a shortcut developing on the north loop around a rooty section, really should be blocked off.
2. The skinnies on the west loop are starting to rot pretty bad, any repairs going to happen on these?
3. The 3 ft drop really should be properly labed as a 12" drop.
andyf wrote:Note: if you participated in Trail Day or did any ad hoc work on the trail, make sure to report your volunteer hours at...
The TC's don't track/report hours any longer as we did under the MMBA Holly/Flint Chapter.
Also Note: Report any trail damage or hazardous conditions to the Holly Recreation Area park staff by calling 248-634-8811. After meeting with Holly Rec DNR on 6/29, they clarified that the DNR Hotline should only be used for emergencies.
Critter7r wrote:Glad you mentioned that. I didn't want to double-report my hours and I thought that the waiver was somehow tied to the hours being reported. I just went and reported mine.
SAuge wrote:There is a tree down in west loop. Somebody (or people) have been gathering wood for a log pile but haven't put it around the tree that fell yet. I think it is a good idea. Just saying!
xycarp wrote:I've been camping in Holly for the the past few years on the 4th. Every year we ride Grubbers Grid, and never really enjoy it. Its a nice trail, just a bit good choppy for my tastes... This year we decided to explore the other loops after our grubber loop for the first time... , I like that West loop / tech loop / lake loop. .
Nice flow, fast and fun. We went back again today and did a couple more laps, and will likely again tomorrow too. I am just kicking myself for skipping it in previous years... It is definitely a trail worth riding. Nice work out there boys. . Its obviously a well maintained trail.
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