Michigan Mountain Biking Association
ibisman wrote:We blocked it because you are supossed to turn right and come out on the other side. We have to put an arrow there.
SANTA_CRUZ wrote:Got out there around lunchtime today and put spars urethane and dirt on the first bridge of the south loop to address the slippery when wet issue that ibisman mentioned. Have to do the same to the other bridge soon. Went home and had some lunch.
Then for the third time this week, rode there from my house (I love being able to do that !) and rode all the loops at least once, some twice. The parking lot was full of all different types of trail users - those using the gravel paths for a
leisurely cruise or hike, dog walkers, hikers and mtb riders on the singletrack and photographers all enjoying this awesome unusually warm October day with a background of a rainbow of colors. Man, the leaves are really falling, too !
I had such a great time and then stopped for a well deserved cold Canadian beer on the way home. It doesn't get better.
SANTA_CRUZ wrote:No, that wasn't me, but I was in the woods when I heard what sounded like a big truck going way too fast in the lot.
Could be one of the same idiots that were back on the South loop two track in the spring tearing things up.
I was there between 2:40-4. I have a copper/carbon colored helmet and was on a yellow bike (my Superlight). Don't
remember seeing a green/silver Iron Horse, so we must have just missed each other. I saw two guys riding together, one on a blue Specialized and directed them towards the new Buck Shaver section off of the South (Whitetail) loop.
I was getting some ideas for many improvements on the different sections of trail. I will be contacting you for berms.
This time of the year is the most popular for this system due to the tree colors, nice temps and lack of biting bugs.
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