drewlee13 wrote:Rode this morning. The majority of the trail is perfect. There is not a single greasy corner. However there are a lot of messy soft spots that will require smoothing out before the dry. What is the process for fixing these spots? Maybe I can help.
Any help is appreciated! For these muddy spots, the best thing to do right now is deberming. If the trail has a noticeable camber, what we like to do is scoop out the mud, putting it on the uphill side of the slope. (Then after things dry out, we can use the dried out mud on the uphill side to re-fill the hole then cap with limestone) Then, knock out the edge on the downslope side of the hole so that the water can drain downhill.