Michigan Mountain Biking Association
Sortaslow wrote:Do they think they are heading to a rail trail?
Sortaslow wrote:Except it takes about 1/10 of a mile to realize, holy , this aint a 'bicycle with a basket' ride. Lacking common sense I'd say.
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bgerlach wrote:Regardless as a land manager I would prefer they do not leave with a bad taste in their mouth. Hopefully the novice trail will alleviate most of these instances and may help graduate more riders to the bigger trail once they develop the skills and confidence.
MLKuhl wrote:Planning on heading up for a day of riding in a couple weeks as long as weather looks good. Will be my first time riding here, how is it during bow season? I read not recommended during gun season. Also, any problems with break in's recently. Thanks in advance.
bgerlach wrote:There are a few bow hunters there but no instances of conflicts. No break-ins this year - Sheriff Department is pretty sure they caught the culprits last year.
detroitjohnny wrote:Rode Arcadia today, 2 laps. One clockwise, one counter-clockwise. Trail is in great shape, snow is all gone. Plenty of leaves on the trail, but they are breaking down quickly as people are out riding.
Tree down at mile marker 7 riding clockwise. Big tree, will need a good size chainsaw, or plenty of time with a little one.
Get out and ride it, it's such a great trail.
lunge bob sweatpants wrote:This is a late report for last week (limited internet service on vacation). There was a large chainsaw worthy tree down between trail map marker 1 and trail map marker 5 (not mile markers).
I love this trail.
bgerlach wrote:lunge bob sweatpants wrote:This is a late report for last week (limited internet service on vacation). There was a large chainsaw worthy tree down between trail map marker 1 and trail map marker 5 (not mile markers).
I love this trail.
I suspect that may be the one we already cut but I'll check tomorrow - thanks for letting us know. Everything else good otherwise?
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