Michigan Mountain Biking Association
ted1969 wrote:thanks guys.. I don't have a lot going on tomorrow, so I'll just take my time and enjoy it..
jonw9 wrote:ted1969 wrote:thanks guys.. I don't have a lot going on tomorrow, so I'll just take my time and enjoy it..
Not to rain on your parade but, consider the conditions out there.
It has been raining pretty steady for the last day, and I am not sure how long it will continue.
The conditions may not be condusive to an enjoyable experience.
rvd wrote:Got out to Burch this afternoon for a 20 mile ride; several people there including Anne and husband who sped by me in the parking lot heading to the trails. Conditions are just great out there this weekend.
rvd wrote:North of peppermint, I noticed and rode two new sections East of the Blue Loop (just North of where Glorious Poperds spits you out on Blue) marked with large white "one way" signs. These short loops are actually less bumpy than the new field sections S of Peppermint, but suspect that these tracks are for XC skiing, and not an addition to the MTB trail system?
reidabel wrote:No worries on the disassembly of the stunt - that was me. In the thread about obstacles placed on a stunt, I think I mentioned I was going to do so, but to recap, a group of us went out to test-ride it the day after I completed it, and the first test-rider crashed badly on it. We all discussed how to make it safer and so I took the exit apart later that day and blocked off the entry. I couldn't get out to work on it this weekend, but perhaps next weekend I will be able to rework the exit. I rode it successfully the day before, but I knew it was very challenging. The test-rider says the crash was a fluke and that he would make that stunt 9 times out of 10, but we all figured it would be better to change it.
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