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TOPIC: Sprague Brook Conditions

Re: Sprague Brook Conditions 10 months 1 week ago #44729

Getting dirty is better than trying to go around wet spots :) Nothing wrong with that.

However, regardless of whether a race was held there or not, riding when it's wet is bad for the trails. I haven't been out there because it has been so wet so I don't know what it looks like since the races, but regardless, WNYMBA is responsible for the condition of the trails if we want them to stay open to bikes.
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Re: Sprague Brook Conditions 10 months 3 days ago #44731

Clean legs and bike after riding yesterday.
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Re: Sprague Brook Conditions 9 months 2 weeks ago #44744

did the big loop counter clockwise out of the xc warming hut area then picked up the tail end of the race loop, then creekside and skunk. Fabulous conditions although I suppose the rain last night/this am are going to have changed things some. A group of trail runners was all I saw then someone jumped on the trail just as I was leaving.
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Re: Sprague Brook Conditions 9 months 1 week ago #44765

Big mud holes and real slick on the west side as of Friday morning.
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Re: Sprague Brook Conditions 2 months 1 week ago #44853

Trails are completely covered with snow. Any reports about fat bike conditions on the snowmobile trails or the singletrack (please stay off the XC trails as they are groomed for skiing - no snowshoeing or hiking there either!)?
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Re: Sprague Brook Conditions 3 weeks 4 days ago #44863

A picture is worth a thousand words
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