Michigan Mountain Biking Association
almostolen wrote:My friend and I rode them on sunday and were quite excited to see rock piles that were almost somewhat of a challenge.
When I rode, I didn't see pauly but assumed that he wasn't done yet...probably because it was raining that day.
My complaint again is about:
1. the new bridge....not necessary...there could have easily been a reroute to cut out the exposed roots, put dirt down, or leave it. Putting concrete, bridge, gravel...overboard and unnecessary.
2. dirt on the logs after the big rock....placed there to make things easier? there was nothing wrong with the way they were.
3. gravel being placed everywhere....I understand about sustainability... we should not be using this kind of "gravel" to fix erosion.
4. cutting out all of the smaller trees after the airplane field to make the trail wider. Trails should be made without cutting down trees.
Things I liked:
trenches along trails for drainage.
rocks along trail to keep riders on designated areas...like the last climb in the newer section.
PK wrote:Apparently, the leaf canopy was still intact enough to act as an umbrella of sorts...Either that, or Pauly didn't allow it rain on the trail?
PK wrote:Actually, it was fine all day.....The first rider got to our food stop around 10:00 I think.
He said it was fine.
He was very clean.
Apparently, the leaf canopy was still intact enough to act as an umbrella of sorts...Either that, or Pauly didn't allow it rain on the trail?
2slo2endo wrote:... And I resisted the urge to climb up on the giant boulder and do a tarzan imitation!
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