Latest Hunters Conditions

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4 years 2 weeks ago #44265 by pmac225
pmac225 replied the topic: Re: Latest Hunters Conditions
Had a great ride there Wed. eve. Unfortunately, it rained most of Wed. night. I would think by Sunday the more sustainable loops would be OK.

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4 years 2 weeks ago #44264 by kb voodoo
kb voodoo replied the topic: Re: Latest Hunters Conditions

irishman13 wrote: Any recent reports?!?


If you know the trails very well, and you want an abbreviated ride while you track down only the dry ones, go for it. Otherwise, pick one of the many other trails that aren't a perpetual swamp.

This is not the "summer of Hunters Creek"....

The 1970's: No knee pads, helmets, brakes, or over cautious soccer mom's. It's just how we rolled...

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4 years 2 weeks ago #44263 by irishman13
irishman13 replied the topic: Re: Latest Hunters Conditions
Any recent reports?!?

you just gotta give'r

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4 years 3 weeks ago #44247 by boogenman
boogenman replied the topic: Re: Latest Hunters Conditions
What drama?

I hate seeing the trail get wide and dumb. Unfortunately there is no good solution for it and it IS NOT just the newbs going around roots and what not.

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4 years 3 weeks ago - 4 years 3 weeks ago #44243 by pmac225
pmac225 replied the topic: Re: Latest Hunters Conditions
This is not just a widening, but actual re-routes away from the challenges.
Last Edit: 4 years 3 weeks ago by pmac225. Reason: mis-info

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4 years 3 weeks ago #44242 by kb voodoo
kb voodoo replied the topic: Re: Latest Hunters Conditions

Jon Sundquist wrote: Greg did a nice piece in the recent e-mail newsletter, urging people to go over roots, not around them. Not sure why this is so hard to learn. Sort of like the face palms I do all the time when I see tire tracks around flat rocks placed in mud holes to provide a dry tread for the trail. Some people go out of the way to go around them and making a wider mudhole!!


People will always go around rocks and roots, especially newbs.

That's why they buy 29'ers!!! (mountain bikes with training wheels)

The 1970's: No knee pads, helmets, brakes, or over cautious soccer mom's. It's just how we rolled...

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