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Ellicottville Conditions 10 years 9 months ago #5500

This is a first post. I think the trails database needs this to work correctly!
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Excellent... 10 years 9 months ago #5544

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addition to the lounge. Thanks!
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Re: Ellicottville Conditions 10 years 8 months ago #5625

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Saw a lot of riders out there today, many had started from the training center parking lot. Those that I talked to had mostly ridden part of the race loop and Big Merlin. I was pretty surprised at how dry the race course was on the uphill, but I heard from a few riders that the switchbacks in the woods going down were pretty bad. I expected that and stayed off it anyway. Big Merlin was in pretty good shape. A few soft spots, but most riders tried to go through the middle of them.
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Re: Ellicottville Conditions 10 years 8 months ago #5680

Big Merlin is in decent shape.
The White trail bit me once on the shin - great exercise.
Still a few mud holes; should take it easy & hold up for a week or so.
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Re: Ellicottville Conditions 10 years 8 months ago #5681

I second that, rode the race loop to the Rain trail to Big Merlin on Sunday morning both were in good shape. There is a very deep mud hole coming out of Big Merlin Back onto East McCarty so be careful may want to get off your bike, I found out the hard way. Weather report looks good everything should be in decent shape by the end of the week.
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Re: Ellicottville Conditions 10 years 8 months ago #5692

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i was happy to see about twenty five plus people on the trails at holiday on sunday. good weather makes for good biking.
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