On Saturday my girlfriend and I started at the mountain bike trailhead and followed the trail clockwise. We cleared deadfall and added/replaced/removed/renailed trail signs. We spent about 7 hours out there, but we ran out of signs about half way around. All of the major intersections up to the point we ran out of signs should be much more obvious now, and there should be a confidence marker shortly after each intersection to let you know that you are indeed on the correct trail. The trail is in excellent shape right now, and the equestrians seem to have respected the “no horse” signs…for the most part. There are a few tree down that I couldn’t ride over. I don’t see them going away. There was also a reroute of the equestrian trail that put horses on a designated mountain bike trail for about 15 feet. Apparently the local horse rider’s association only builds trail but doesn’t do trail maintenance. I hope to get another batch of signs and go back to finish the job.
-The probability of someone watching you is directly proportional to the stupidity of your action.
-Half of all people are below average.
-President, FSU Cycling (find it on Facebook)