Michigan Mountain Biking Association
Steve_Balogh wrote:Jay22 wrote:
Oh, Nice Mukluk btw.
Thanks, no Mukluk (2007 Wildfire, DeSalvo vintage). If that's all bandit that guy put a lot of work into it, that's no hack job. All the wood work is clean, well designed and well fastened with woodscrews. The Snake Leg ought to be safe for the neighbors, it's all on the other side of the river.
I'm thinking residents on both sides of that path in that area are doing their own thing. Several months ago I discovered the trail on the otherside of the path and I probably did ride on someone's property. Being right off the bridge I'm sure they'll get more "visitors".
ibisman wrote:Ok, I went looking for the 2 trails (snake leg, and maple), just west of Sheldon rd. Snake leg is new and not marked with arrows but could be something, Maple is really nice though as someone put alot of work into it by doing a pretty long bench cut up the side of a hill to the left as you enter the trail and there is a nice jump coming down the hill. there are arrows and a wood ramp, so someone has done alot. Thanks who ever you are! From the parking lot doing all the loops and the others across Sheldon Rd. I got 7 miles, so I went around the other stuff a couple times and got in 11 miles total.
jwhitey wrote:Came out of retirement eh? What are you doing?
To clarify, Lucky Dog is the north west section where there is a spur or 2 that lead out to a field? There is a 4 way intersection at one point. Coming from the south that's where if you go left you end up in the field (saw some deer in the tall grass there), if you go straight you end up out on the gravel path and a left here puts you out in the same field again. If you go right at the 4 way intersection you end up back on the trail you came in on. I'll assume to find the snake and maple trails you take the trail that leads to the gravel path and go left towards the field and Sheldon rd.?
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