The bumps are nearly washed out now, but they're there. It is difficult to try to imagine the complete lack of rider competence and confidence it takes to lock the brakes up on the baby hills at the Hick. On another note, there's one tree down near the end of the first four miles and it looks someone on an ATV ran over the sign near the ball field. It was clearly on purpose, because there's no way to not see it or veer around it, and the sign is bent into the path of the mountain bike trail.
Other than that, the trail is in great shape.
No one likes to admit they ate nine cans of ravioli