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Ellicottville Conditions 4 months 3 days ago #44936

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Painfulldischarge wrote:
Anybody have a conditions report? Is anybody out there? No posts since July?

I rode all over Eville last night. Conditions were awesome, but it rained all day today, so, you know....

BTW: reverse ordering of posts in this forum is fucking retarded.
The 1970's: No knee pads, helmets, brakes, or over cautious soccer mom's. It's just how we rolled...
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Ellicottville Conditions 4 months 5 days ago #44933

Anybody have a conditions report? Is anybody out there? No posts since July?
Buy the ticket, take the ride. -HST
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Ellicottville Conditions 6 months 1 week ago #44924

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Trails seemed to be in decent shape yesterday. A lot of damage in some areas due to riding when the trails were too soft. Rode the "Black Trail". First from the tower, and that was a tad sadistic. Then I rode it the other way and it was a lot easier. It looks like it has gotten little use and I didn't see anyone else on it.
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Ellicottville Conditions 6 months 2 weeks ago #44922

Not a conditions post (breaking the rules, but oh well). Black trail is the replacement to the white trail. It starts at the tower at the same spot as the white trail starts. It actually ends on the same segment of trail where the white trail used to end on CCC road (the white trail now ends somewhere else). St. Patty's is the continuation of this trail across the CCC road. It continues on to Rocky's Run.
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Ellicottville Conditions 6 months 2 weeks ago #44921

Thanks for the update. I'm going to be in the area second week of August, so here's to hoping for the drying trend to continue. I didn't ride in early July when I was there, water pouring out of the woods, so I figured it was a mess. I was really bummed.
"St. Patty's" and "black" I'm not familiar with those trail names. What/where are they?
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Ellicottville Conditions 6 months 2 weeks ago #44920

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I rode Eagle/Mesa/Sidewinder/Rain/Race/Black/St. Patty's/Rock's/Yukon's/Mutton Hollow/Porcupine/Big Merlin/Dead Dog on Saturday and thought the trails we OK. Both my bike and I came back covered in mud. No trails were a complete slopfest, but there was still quite a few mud holes out there. I saw a lot of people heading up Eagle as I was coming out.
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