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Just got back from riding Ella Sharp. We did Driving Range, Probert, Hedgerow and the Museum. I think there were only two spots where we had to dismount. There are a lot of low branches to watch out for though. It was actually in better shape then I was expecting.
We ran into three other guys out there and they said the North section is pretty rough. I guess you can't even ride to far without having to get off the bike to go over something.
Somebody has been out trimming the downfall. The museum has been cleared of all the down stuff. Driving range is clear also. Section one has 3-4 spots where I had to get off the bike and go around some stuff. I didn't check the North side of the park.
Rode the north trail yesterday to check out my new build. Someone placed a bunch of debris at the base of the steep hill on the left as you enter the trail. Anyone know why? I like riding up that when I start the trail. Anyway, heading back out today to ride a few more trails and try and get back in shape. Will report on more conditions.
Rode North, East River, Golf, Probert, and Hedgerow trails and they are in seemingly good condition. Some greasy spots here and there. There is a tree down on North, but there's a route around it. I am loving this summer-like weather, and it's still winter.
Rode all trails but the tunnel trail today (and yesterday, and the day before that). One tree down on the 1-4 trail. Just the usual sticks and stuff on the trail, but are in good shape other than that.
Rode quite a few of the trails yesterday, they were in pretty good shape...I was kinda surprised by this since we haven't had a trail day yet. I rode 3&4 (the pines across from the driving range/dirt soccer parking lot) alot of fun but I had NO idea what way to go. IMO that is one area that would benefit from trail markers.
Cleared the down tree in the North section along the river, a down tree in section 3, and a down tree in Schoolhouse this morning. With these winds I really wouldn't be surprised to find more down. If anyone is out this week and finds something let me know. Try to give a good desciption of where to so I am not just wandering around. Thanks. I plan to try to clear more trail in the morning just routine maintenance stuff.