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Sprague Brook Conditions 1 month 1 week ago #44940

There's part of a tree down across the XC loop, if I recall, it's around the 6 mile marker. It's not on the ground either. You need to dismount and carry the bike over.
-Rocco
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Re:Sprague Brook Conditions 1 month 3 weeks ago #44934

Conditions continue to be great!
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Re:Sprague Brook Conditions 1 month 3 weeks ago #44933

Recent conditions posts got lost during a recent website hack. Starting them up again now.
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Re:Sprague Brook Conditions 11 months 1 week ago #44929

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Lots of puddles today on the main loop. Foote was OK, Nice work done on Skunk. Tree down in new section s-curves. Skipped West side, figured that it would be wet from Fridays rain.
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Re:Sprague Brook Conditions 1 year 3 days ago #44916

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Skunk was in decent condition
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Re:Sprague Brook Conditions 1 year 3 days ago #44915

East side, Foote Road and Creekside are very dry. West Side, Accidental, and top of "new" singletrack still have many many mudholes. Didn't check out skunk. OK to ride ***provided*** you ride straight through any mudholes. Don't go around. A lot of work is needed, not just repairing mudholes, but also closing down lots of new go-arounds. Please stay on the trail - the middle of the trail!
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