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TOPIC: Ellicottville Conditions

Re:Ellicottville Conditions 5 days 17 hours ago #44897

Trails were a bit greasy yesterday. Lots of rain towards the end of last week apparently. All bench cut trails drained well, but trails in flat areas or with poor outslopes were a bit muddy. Forecast is looking good, though, so should be back in top shape soon.
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Re:Ellicottville Conditions 2 weeks 3 days ago #44894

I agree w/Jon. I was there last Sat and conditions were fantastic. I parked at top as I was concerned with how wet the race loop and access road from training center were. I did Big Merlin/Dead Dog/Rain and all were perfect. Looking forward to heading back down and hitting Buzzard/Porcupine which are also favs of mine.
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Re:Ellicottville Conditions 2 weeks 5 days ago #44892

Conditions in E-ville are fantastic. Some trails still have the leaves and sticks from the winter, but everything is very dry.
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Re:Ellicottville Conditions 3 weeks 1 day ago #44891

Thanks for your work and the updates. I can't wait to get up there.
Buy the ticket, take the ride. -HST
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Re:Ellicottville Conditions 3 weeks 2 days ago #44889

A little de-berming on Sidewinder tonight along with some leaf blowing on Mesa.
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Re:Ellicottville Conditions 3 weeks 3 days ago #44886

In the last couple of days I have rode almost all of the trails in the Ellicottville network and they are RIPPING!!! Get out and ride!


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