Michigan Mountain Biking Association
onlycrimson wrote:I rode the new track today. I think we should berm a couple corners and maybe take out a couple saplings that hit your shoulders. Otherwise it was in good shape, but needed some water because it was super dusty. I think I rode it 6 times and also rose the two track and old single track. The old single track is actually pretty good, hopefully we can tie it all together eventually. I made a video as well. Excuse the quality, I'm trying to find a program that can actually render HD for cheap.
jcrazyjj wrote:all this talk about how nice this trail is recently, really makes me wish my appendix didn't burst when it decided to. I really feel like going out and riding.
PK wrote:On today's ride, Mark and I grabbed the logs we asked to be be cut up for us and started the log climb at the end of the trail.
It's rideable, but needs quite few more logs to make a challenge....(Next trail day!)
Tacky fast today...
PK wrote:As far as the log pile goes, if we had a shovel it would be better, but it's good to go as-is.
fizgig wrote:I went and checked this out today, weather.com said 10% chance of rain so I took a chance and got caught in a total downpour. The rain I could handle but my stock bontrager 29er tires packed with mud and might as well have been slicks out there, felt like riding on slanty ice and I bailed after 2 laps. Met a fellow MMBAer out there (knick) and had a good time while it lasted, the trail is a great start, couldn't get much speed but it sure challenges your handling.
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