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12 years 9 months ago #5624 by Kevin Preston
Rode at Hunters today (5/30) in the afternoon. I worked a trail out I thought would be rideable. Carried the bike from the parking lot for the first 100 yards (a real mess these feeder trails of the parking lot) to the left to the pink trail and once you get by the switchback which looks like it is marked out for a re route it was dry sailing all the way to the hardned road. Rode that down to Mirkwood then up the pipe line and then the hard road back to the fireplace and up the hard road all the way back to Centerline. It's not a long ride but a dry one that won't cause any damage. Anything else at this point should be off limits. With the new lot this park is getting allot of pressure. saw maybe twnty riders in ths lot. I'm not sure what they rode.

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12 years 10 months ago #5499 by Jon Sundquist
With lots of rain on Saturday, things are probably pretty wet out there now.

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