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  • #819756

    FastTimes
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    Dagmar is rolling great, still a few soft areas and down trees in Durham but should be great overall. Haven’t been to SCMBC in over a year.

    Puslinch is rolling well as is Guelph Lake. Palgrave and Dufferin are good to go. Hydrocut is still closed.

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    #819764

    Canadmos
    Participant

    Dagmar and SCMBC trails have opened this weekend… Has anyone had a chance to ride them yet? I am planning to skip work and have a day out at one of them tomorrow

    Both SCMBC and Copeland are good to go now.

    Personally I’d choose Dagmar, if its dry in there.

    #819774

    Atom
    Participant

    Harold Town in Peterborough is good to go. Trails are running great.

    #819775

    DanLevin
    Participant

    Right on… I did choose Dagmar and man was it sweet! The conditions were perfect.

    #819783

    FastTimes
    Keymaster

    Top of 3 Stage is rolling. Palgrave and Dufferin are good to go. Reminder of 8 Hours race this weekend however. AF is shaping up and mostly good as is Kelso.

    Hit Puslinch this week and it was primo. All the fallen trees cleared with hero dirt.

    #819788

    FastTimes
    Keymaster

    Ravenshoe is also officially open.

    #819796

    Canadmos
    Participant

    Buckwallow is open to. And there are no bugs, yet.

    #819801

    FastTimes
    Keymaster

    Nice, I need to get up there soon!

    Rode Copleand on Saturday and 3 Stage on Sunday. Had a buddy show my some more loops in Copeland and had a good crew in Collingwood. Great rides! Both trail networks are mint, bordering on too dry already. Bottom of 3 Stage still has some mud but up top is better than it was all last year.

    #819802

    FastTimes
    Keymaster

    Just rode an Albion / Palgrave super combo and happy to report both are mint. All fallen trees cleared and trails are buff. No mud.

    Sad to see more dumbing down at Palgrave with the only double in the place removed. Felt overbiked on my Tallboy in there. My riding buddy was on a fully rigid single-speed and had no need for more.

    #819806

    jhop
    Participant

    Going to try and expand my local riding beyond the don this year. Can anyone give suggestions on the best places to hit within an hour of Toronto? the tougher tricker and more technical the better…..

    #819877

    Lisa Fender
    Participant

    Has anybody been in The Don today? Is it drying out?

    #819927

    Canadmos
    Participant

    Kolapore is good. But, stay away from most of the Northwest Passage loop. Some of that trail is an absolute gong show of mud. We had to clean our bikes in the river. There is also one or two spots where some ATVs have really damaged the trail.

    The black flies are absolutely horrendous now!

    #820949

    FastTimes
    Keymaster

    Think it’s about time to roll over the fall/winter trail conditions thread (https://www.ridingfeelsgood.com/topic/fallwinter-trail-conditions-whats-rolling/page/15/) to the spring/summer conditions thread. Hopefully that’s a good omen.

    Hit Turkey Point for the weekend to enjoy some early spring ridding. Trails were mint, maybe 200m of ice and mud, rest was hero dirt. Parking lot was full, busier than I have ever seen it. Met up with some great friends and had a blast.






    Please remember to stay off trails when soft or your leaving a rut. Thanks!

    #820950

    Canadmos
    Participant

    Nice, looks good. Have not been to Turkey Point yet, might have to check it out maybe next weekend.

    I could see some runners and one or two people riding in the Don from the DVP yesterday. Not sure of conditions in there…

    Was hoping that Dufferin might melt fast and drain, which is usually has a tendency to do pretty quick. But some buddies went there yesterday and said the trails were probably still messy; they didn’t ride in there though. I’d guess the ridge trail is at least dry by now..

    #820954

    Canadmos
    Participant

    Well I can unfortunately confirm that there is still knee deep snow in spots, in the Simcoe County club trails.

    Some spots are bare though.

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