Michigan Mountain Biking Association
mrbikester wrote:That's great news but still doesn't explain why it was closed. Just curious.
utabintarbo wrote:mrbikester wrote:That's great news but still doesn't explain why it was closed. Just curious.
No further information was offered, which makes me think it was aliens.
b_b wrote:I'll be near Dryden Sunday and considering riding down and doing a lap or 2 and riding back up. Looks like I should take PolyAnn Trail to Lake George? Where can I refill water at the park? Thanks...
mrbikester wrote:Well, the trail was great today but when we got to the first two rock piles at 2.5 miles in someone had haphazardly put a bunch of very loose rocks on top of piles. This was done in such a bad way as it could really cause an accident. The rocks were just thown on top and were very loose. Not sure if anyone on this board did this but I think the rock piles were fine before and allowed most people to go through them. We removed the loose rocks.
almostolen wrote:I doubt the rocks were pauly...he is probably in the works for putting a bridge over them. I used to love addison...pauly is taking things too far with so called trail improvements. Pauly...if you read this....stop dumbing down the trail...please.
cjn1014 wrote:if i could ask for anything out there, it'd be more mileage, especially a few tech loops. between the overnighting infrastructure (yurts/cabins/campsites), and the full-time trail employee, addison could be a destination spot, if the mileage was up in the mid-twenties.
watchmyradical wrote:Last time I road the trail it was completely filled in and smooth.
watchmyradical wrote:I agree that some of the recent improvements have smoothed out parts that just weren't fun. However, some areas were completely unnecessary and dulled down the trails. Some random rocks and roots through the trail have been smoothed out for no reason beside to just smooth the trail. Along with the little rocky uphill right hand turn towards the end of the trail (after the uphill S-Turn down by the water). I really liked that section, you could carry speed into it and basically float over the rocks. Last time I road the trail it was completely filled in and smooth.
Don't get me wrong, I still enjoy the trail. I used to ride it a couple times a week but now ride it once every couple weeks.