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Trail was riding quite fast today, it was a perfect fall day to be out on the trail. I was even surprised there was no water by the bridge between the old trailhead lot and the yellow turn off from blue. The typical sand pits were virtually non-existent like mentioned above. Doubt we will have too many more days like this one left.
Low hanging tree across trail on Blue roughly 1 mi past Spring mill pond on the big downhill. Quite dangerous if you are daydreaming.
No kidding! I swear either I am getting taller or that thing has dropped a couple of inches since Sunday. Outside of that, the parking lot had quite a few cars tonight, felt like a cool summer Saturday evening and the riding was absolutely perfect...
trail is in great shape. Very fast. All downed trees are gone, and only a couple of soft patches. Only tricky part is knowing where the trail is with the leaf covering in a few spots. Get out and ride before winter sets in..
3 or 4 Trees down today. One down just after the loose climb after spring mill pond (Blue). Another just past the road crossing that leads to the Huron access for canoes (Yellow) Another along the river on the tail end of the yellow just after the really fast part. And I think I recall one in the last 200 yards or so (Yellow).