Michigan Mountain Biking Association
tripleskulls wrote:The "jungle" vines are creeping into the trail in some spots. Also, there is a downed tree between the rock garden and the banked turns. It is probably hoppable for most, but my 11yo son can't quite do it. He can do most log piles, but this one is just a bit too tall for his 24" wheels, and there is no real bail out around it.
2slo2endo wrote:Yep, I think the trail might be a little, um, damp.. I took the same photo from Dodge Park, but you beat me to the upload!
Mack wrote:2slo2endo wrote:Yep, I think the trail might be a little, um, damp.. I took the same photo from Dodge Park, but you beat me to the upload!
How can you take the same photo from Dodge Park? , the photo was actually sent to me by Aaron.
All I know is it screws up my plans for the weekend. I think I still can get to that one deadfall after the
Roy wrote:The river was peaking at the garfield gage at 15.75 feet at about the time that photo was taken. But I bet the water level was higher there because the hayes bridge acts like a dam. It will be interesting to see how high the mud line is on the trees. I wonder if the long bridge was under water?
This Goverment site:
Just click in the lowest datum site near Sterling Hts.
The paved trail was muddy and rideable today. The mud line indicated that water was maybe 2.5" above the pavement in spots.
The up stream trail end next to M53 was still flooded.