Michigan Mountain Biking Association
bones wrote:Whoa, that wasn't what I was expecting. Went out there last night 11/29 (last warm day of 2006 ... 65 degrees) with a buddy and did a night lap on a 34x15 SS. My lower back is still hurting this morning. Having never ridden the trail before, the combination of doing it at night with a big SS gearing, twisty, off-camber, roots, short and steep hills and super-duper spongey conditions made it quite a workout. So you can ride all 4 loops at highland on a big SS gear? Now try this one when the ground is sucking your wheels and you're trying to turn over the pedals from a near standstill while negotiating an off-camber uphill turn on a bunch of little roots. Fun!
scottecs wrote:It is a great fun trail for those looking to improve your single track skills it has it all. The new roller coaster section is quite a ride but I don't recommend putting your hands in the air. And some of the things that Bill is talking about adding will only make it better.
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