Michigan Mountain Biking Association
fizgig wrote:the two track was a river during the rain, it's meniscus shaped, no wonder they need all that pea gravel, you'd think they'dve laid it at a proper grade to shed water.
Roy wrote:I rode the new trail for the first time. All that hard work was worth the effort. This trail will teach you how to ride. Now we need 4 more miles. If you have not been to River Bends Park, go ride it.
I also rode the old bandit trail almost into Utica. It ends where the river and train track meet.
Gear_Tooth wrote:I checked out the new trail last night and I really enjoyed it.
I really like the switchback sections, and how it uses the hill side to its advantage.
I did the trail twice and the second time it went really fast.
Also when biking along the two track that makes the loop in the park I ran into 3 people riding dirt bikes.
Should the park be notified of that.
pharus wrote:I like the plan. Are the low-laying areas too vast to put in boardwalks to make it more usable full time? If not, I would suggest a sign by the first wet spot that says - "if you can't get through this section, it doesn't get any better, turn around and go back on the Red trail"
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