Michigan Mountain Biking Association
xcrdr wrote:heavy fluid wrote:jonw9 wrote:heavy fluid wrote:Fell of the bridge while riding.......
The river trail?
Touche' or Douche' ?
pfox90 wrote:Rode Anderson today and have a few notes:
Built up a jump on the Green Loop about 1/4 of the way through. It's nothing special but it comes off a nice hill so you can get some fun air.
The entrance of the jump is pretty noticeable now, people may have done it up last year but the soil had all eroded down so it wasn't the best jump. It goes into a large landing zone so don't be afraid of getting some good speed.
The last berm is still completely rutted out on the red, I'm going to wait until it dries out and then bring a shovel out there to get all the ruts out. It probably won't do much though because I'm sure that is a spot that holds water after the rains.
Also, towards the end of the blue loop, there is this log bride ride. I think when it got re routed someone forgot that the back end (now the entry) needed to be built up as there is a 1.5ft log that I sure as *beep* can't clear, and I can't see anyone else clearing it. I didn't have a good log I could find but if someone could address this the next time they are out that way that would be cool.
pfox90 wrote:Holy *beep* I have never encountered so many *beep* face slappers. I ate it a bunch today on the red and blue because you'd have a face full of branches and come into splitting two trees on a turn (basically the entire trail). Good thing handlebars are blunt, any sharper and I would have been impaled. Felt like mike Tyson blasted me in my abs.
Someone please get out there and clip those things, holy *beep*.
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AllMountin' wrote:Would I need to sign one of those disclaimer forms before unleashing my titanium ratcheting loppers on the unsuspecting world- or is that only for *real* trail work/construction???
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