Michigan Mountain Biking Association
In case you rocket scientists haven't figured it out yet (and judging by the number of cyclists riding through our park, I'd say you haven't) the Bark Park is off limits to bikes. It is inteneded for - try to stay with me - DOGS!!!!
Perhaps the fences, signs, and crowds of dogs haven't been clear enough for you.
drmoorejr wrote:I am NOT a trail coordinator, but I do know EVERY inch of Orion Oaks trails. Only one muddy area, near Clarkston Road... as you approach a small bridge that crosses a stream. I Checked almost every area, and even the sandy areas were dry enough to kick up sand. One other area across Lake 16 between markers 8 and 9 (& 50 yards after 9) were a slight bit tacky, but not enought for a bike to cause damage. The muddy area close to the Clarkston Road enterance could easily be avoided for a nice dry ride.
I did NOT get to check every single area today, but enough for a great XC Pre-season workout..
DetroitKitty wrote:I just rode it and all was clear! The grass is getting greener and the birds and chipmunks are out full force. Great day to ride! Tomorrow should be even better!
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