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Let's just let this drop. Life's too short, and each summer too precious.
Thanks to hours of work by many people, there was a lot accomplished at the trail day yesterday: trimming most of the trail, clearing deadfall and branches from the last storm, draining and filling mud holes, removing the rotten, old bridge, and cleaning up the pump track area.
I suspect Lakeshore will be solid and rideable later today, and plan on checking it out!
The trail was beautiful today! Looks like some people put in a lot hard work to clean it up after that storm. Thank you. The pump track is looking good too, nice fresh lines and it looks like the table top as been built up.
"Why should anyone steal a watch when he could steal a bicycle?" Flann O'Brien
If anyone gets out there today for some recon on the trail condition after all that rain, can you post up? I really want to be able to ride Saturday morning if the trail can handle it. Hoping that today's sun and semi decent temps will help with some recovery. Thanks much.
I was out there yesterday from 11 a.m. to noon. I ran the whole thing (rest day), and found maybe two or three easily avoidable slick spots. The trail was near perfect yesterday, and will likely be better today.
No one likes to admit they ate nine cans of ravioli