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3 years 5 months ago #44146 by Moto Mike

Rode there yesterday. Most of the mud is on the west side, but overall its not too bad. This week's weather forecast should really dry it up well.


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3 years 5 months ago #44139 by kb voodoo

Does anybody have a first hand report?

Intel on what's wet and what's not would help people plan a responsible route for the day, because you know there will be riders there today.


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3 years 5 months ago #44127 by boogenman

There was some slight drying Wednesday but it rained hard all night and morning. The creeks are the highest I have seen all year.

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3 years 5 months ago #44092 by pmac225

I third that!

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3 years 5 months ago #44091 by boogenman

It has been raining for days, the rain was still falling in Glenwood at 5:30am this morning and there was drizzle when I left for work at 8:30am. The sun isn't going to come until later this afternoon if at all today. Please stay off the trails for a few days.

Go for a road ride or test your skills on a urban assault ride.

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3 years 5 months ago - 3 years 5 months ago #44090 by Jon Sundquist

I can't see any possible way that it would be ethical to ride Sprague or Hunters this weekend. Trails would definitely get damaged and it's a lot of work to repair them. Remember, we could lose access to the trails if they don't stay in good shape. Don't want to be seeing any "no bikes" signs going up!

Please, please, if you want to ride this weekend, ride on the road or stay home.

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