Michigan Mountain Biking Association
lawn dart wrote:Rode West & Tech a couple of times this evening. Cleared deadfall at .5 and 1.5 miles. The rest of the trail was clear except for a few face slappers. Dozens of muddy areas, which is curious because most of them could be easily configured to drain naturally. We skipped North figuring it would be a mess.
I'm in if there is a trail day planned. These trails are too fun to be ruined by a passing shower.
lawn dart wrote:Dozens of muddy areas, which is curious because most of them could be easily configured to drain naturally
Critter7r wrote:Forgot to mention ... on Sunday evening, there was a 10-inch tree down just before the 14.5 sign on the return. Not hoppable, it's about thigh high. It comes up kinda fast, it's just after a downhill left sweeper, and just before the small (maybe one-foot) rock drop-off.
SAuge wrote:I've been thinking of cutting the log in half across the trail and use the waste product as a bridge on and off the log.
MediumRB wrote:Road Gruber's Grinder today and it was in fantastic shape. Very fast, except for the sudden, tight turns that make you scrub all your speed. Been a year since I was out there. Seems like a lot of downhill without too much climbing - some sort of gravity tricks going on at that trail. Great job by the crew yesterday and it was hazard free in totality.