Michigan Mountain Biking Association
2WheeledWarrior wrote:I'm putting a mtn bike trail in my back yard...well, backyard, both side yards and part of the front yard. Some of the trail goes through woods with undergrowth. What is the best way to remove the undergrowth? I thought about using a trimmer to cut it down just where the trail will be, but want to do the right thing.
Also, what is the best way to move large (I mean, HUGE) rocks several feet in diameter? I may be able to use some big ones that my neighbor has.
pmcallister wrote:If you are going to buy a book on trail building/maintenance IMO there is no better book period.http://www.amazon.com/Trail-Solutions-I ... 0975502301
pmcallister wrote:Well he is building a MTB trail right. Moving large objects is common sense and brute strength, unless you have access to heavy machinery.
pmcallister wrote:+1 loren. I couldn't have said it better. You could also make a trail feature out of it. Many things you could do with a rock that large besides move it.
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