Michigan Mountain Biking Association
Shomegrown wrote:Big tree down early on - basically straight from home plate just over the center field fences on the ball diamond next to the trialhead.
ihateplaindave wrote:Too bad you turned around. The first 1/2 mile or so was the only really icy part. After that it is about 80/20 frozen leaves/crumbly ice. I did 100% of it at noon today on a fatty. I think most of it can be done skinny studded and prolly 85% regular MTB tires. One BIG tree done maybe 1/2 mile before the little drainage crossing that is sometimes like a stream crossing.
Shomegrown wrote:Shomegrown wrote:Big tree down early on - basically straight from home plate just over the center field fences on the ball diamond next to the trialhead.
Thanks to whoever cleared this one!
There's still one left just before the center section with the BMX jumps.
ihateplaindave wrote:I've been curious about the trails so a drove over and took a walk on the Hick. The good news: the woods look to be about 98% snow and ice free. The bad news: the MTB trail is an 18 inch ribbon of serious ice. I imagine that most, if not all, local trails are similar.
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