Spencer Park Trail Conditions

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7 years 8 months ago #28360 by boogenman
boogenman replied the topic: Re: Spencer Park Trail Conditions
muddy

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7 years 9 months ago #27744 by albella
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velociped jones wrote: positively biblical; wet with swarms of attacking insects. it was like a werner herzog movie. you know, "aguirre, the wrath of god". good time. they have cut some new trail and it is carpet smooth. similar feel to the new stuff at holiday valley. even tho' it was raining, it seemed that my impact was pretty minimal. that being said, there was at least one spot where running water was following the trail. it's a 2 hour 15 minute drive to the park. google directions worked good. what do ya get? some killer climbs, a killer view, roots, some rocks but nothing compared to evl, short, tight lines...the insects only attacked once but they followed us for quite awhile stinging the bejebus out of us.
if you do go out, be sure to stop at tom wahl's in avon and get the wahlburger with cheese.
roadside corn is $2 a half dozen on route 5.


Uh, 54 stings and counting. Didn't sleep last night, the itching kept me up!

Course was fantastic, even the re-route was good. I saw the running water on the trail and though oh no, but they held up pretty good.

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7 years 9 months ago #27742 by velociped jones
velociped jones replied the topic: Re: Spencer Park Trail Conditions
positively biblical; wet with swarms of attacking insects. it was like a werner herzog movie. you know, "aguirre, the wrath of god". good time. they have cut some new trail and it is carpet smooth. similar feel to the new stuff at holiday valley. even tho' it was raining, it seemed that my impact was pretty minimal. that being said, there was at least one spot where running water was following the trail. it's a 2 hour 15 minute drive to the park. google directions worked good. what do ya get? some killer climbs, a killer view, roots, some rocks but nothing compared to evl, short, tight lines...the insects only attacked once but they followed us for quite awhile stinging the bejebus out of us.
if you do go out, be sure to stop at tom wahl's in avon and get the wahlburger with cheese.
roadside corn is $2 a half dozen on route 5.

Velociped Jones is the future of racing and he was a P to A spawnling.

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8 years 7 months ago #22259 by Bodacious
Bodacious replied the topic: Re: Spencer Park Trail Conditions
IS THAT ALL YOU CAN SAY JOKER. ON THE 25TH THATS ALL YOU SAID

No Goal, Wide Right, I'll just go ride my bike

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8 years 8 months ago #22115 by Joker
Joker replied the topic: Re: Spencer Park Trail Conditions
Most likely, wet and muddy

Why...so...serious?

Carolina Blue Skies, Baby!

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8 years 8 months ago #21804 by orlanmon
orlanmon replied the topic: Riding Condtions Spencer Park
This Park has some incredible singletrack to offer if you know where to find it; I could not find any maps online that covered the singletrack I was on today. Luckily I met up with some locals who pointed me in the direction of some of this unmapped and incredible twisitng singletrack due South off of the Sidewinder run shown in the map on this site. Specifically if you ride from Racoon Run (dbt) and then turn into Sidewinder (dbt) ride this until it comes to a 4 way intersect. On your left before the the turn into another segment of Sidewinder there is an almost unoticeable single track trail head. This then opens up into a a number of singletrack trails with some rocks, roots, and intermediate drops and climbs. The conditions were perfect today; dry and no mud, incredible Fall landscape. Althought I didn't cover as much as I would of liked given my time restrictions and my first time out here I know this is yet another great riding option in the future. Enjoy

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8 years 8 months ago #21802 by orlanmon
orlanmon replied the topic: Re: Spencer Park Trail Conditions
Has anyone been out here as of late, wanted to head here tomorrow but wasn't sure of the trail conditions. Thanks in advance.

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8 years 10 months ago #20651 by MTbikeman017
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Awesom, even after saturdays race

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8 years 11 months ago #19739 by Pilato
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some sticky mud areas but mostly dry.

Bob

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9 years 1 week ago #19398 by Pilato
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weather is not helping, wet

Bob

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9 years 1 month ago #18201 by Pilato
Pilato replied the topic: harriett hollister
gates are open; trails are vary dry and all cleared :D

Bob

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9 years 10 months ago #15430 by Scotto
Scotto replied the topic: Re: Spencer Park Trail Conditions
Suicide 6 is done and what an AWESOME day of racing! The course (WNYMBRO approved) is in perfect shape. This is an excellent place for riding, even better for racing.

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