Trailforks has a report for Training Loop that says it’s “Dry” – can that be true?!
If so, the miracles continue, because even at the tail end of Motown Phase 3 this afternoon, there was nary a bead of moisture. On Kitchen Sink, mind you, lots of water can be found (with some woodscraps to scuttle over) right before you come up against the…[Read more]
Folks, everything is effing superb out there. I want to buy each fairy a beer.
(Even Swamp is almost completely dry!)
Saw exactly one tree down and that was the one on Boo you can temp-CX over.
Not sure it’s been mentioned: you don’t have to loop back on Roller Flowster now; you can exit around the parking lot fence where the construction peeps…[Read more]
Very happy to see the side-berm reclaimed on Motown phase three, thanks whomever!
Things have mostly dried up from this morning’s scattered showers, so get out there.
Looking forward to more clues in the mountain bike mystery proposed by @jcitizen.
Very nice to ride Crothers and the Ridge without a drop of water on either (except sweat).
Big thanks for the workarounds where trees were downed! The one @alen_z mentions is on the higher, clay-ier, ‘Harder’ path, and shows potential for an interesting tunnel feature — tho’ currently it’s altogether too CX, requiring an off-bike.
Oh Motown, how I missed you. (A couple muddy sections; otherwise very good.)
Thanks to whomever did the elegant reroutes around deadfall, tho’ I’m sad to see one side-berm diversion blocked off.
Hopefully it’ll open up again sometime?
And grats to the two wayward youth who cheered me up the switches.
Where is it possible to find @mcbain in real life and give him a hug?
(Or if he’s old-fashioned, a firm handshake.)
For some time now I’ve been analyzing the LEGO profile photo for clues.
Mainlined some pure Don relief this aft…
Boo is not mint. There are three mud washouts, only one of which has a go-around. Maybe 98% mint?
Bunny is indeed mint. As are Dirt Farm and Bunny Poop Droppings.
Can’t wait to go back. Thanks and good vibes to everyone!
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