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5 months 3 weeks ago #44940 by rwrusso

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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6 months 6 days ago #44934 by Jon Sundquist

Conditions continue to be great!

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6 months 6 days ago #44933 by Jon Sundquist

Recent conditions posts got lost during a recent website hack. Starting them up again now.

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1 year 3 months ago #44929 by pmac225

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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1 year 4 months ago #44916 by pmac225

Skunk was in decent condition

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1 year 4 months ago #44915 by Jon Sundquist

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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