Michigan Mountain Biking Association
And like B.M.N., it has plenty of slick, gooey mud flats; a typical DNR trail.
flamingo wrote:And like B.M.N., it has plenty of slick, gooey mud flats; a typical DNR trail.
Speaking of which. Rode BM and Addison yesterday for the first time in almost 2 months. The two big puddles on the first half of BM just before the wooden bridge are still there!! This has been pretty much the entire season. I don't think they will go away until frozen. I tried to ride on the edge of one of them but clipped a branch with the handlebar went sideways right into the muddy puddle. Had a nice bath Man was I ever cussing the DNR! All it takes is a Gator with a little trailer full of gravel to fill those. What the heck are they waiting for?
Sortaslow wrote:flamingo wrote:...The two big puddles on the first half of BM just before the wooden bridge are still there!! I don't think they will go away until frozen.
They won't go away when frozen. They'll just be frozen.
flamingo wrote:The biggest problem with those puddles is their location. So far away from any road. I would just bring few sacs of gravel and a wheelbarrow, and fill them with gravel.
utabintarbo wrote:I talked with Andy (Park Ranger) this afternoon, and he determined that the root cause of the big mud pit by the boardwalk is a beaver dam. This has been removed, and is currently draining. Assuming no substantial rain, this should be in good shape within a week or so.
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