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1 year 8 months ago #44861 by Jon Sundquist

Jim Bird reported some good fat bike conditions on Tuesday as well. He rode Bent Rim.

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1 year 8 months ago #44860 by twright



HHE had some magical crust for fatbiking... will probably disappear by Tuesday afternoon...

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1 year 9 months ago #44857 by Jon Sundquist

Thom: I tried, but I couldn't get your latest Harris Hill posts converted to the new website. I only had the posts since when I first started working on the new website, so a few are missing.

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1 year 10 months ago #44848 by twright

got to work on getting the track set a bit wider.. but it firmed up really nice

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1 year 10 months ago #44845 by twright205

trying to groom parts of HHE for fatbiking... picked up a Rokon to see how it might help break trail and drag a grooming device, got around humpty dumpty, rib tickler and no dab.. on Wednesday, about 9 inches of snow.. but very cold, light, unpacking snow..

hope to take it out tomorrow to go over same course with a drag.. will keep folks updated .... rode Rokon over a few skinnies ,, but not the bridge of truth...





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1 year 11 months ago #44839 by twright205

news from Chautauqua County HHE..

was out looking at new potential trail yesterday... for those that know... will be doubling or tripling the stream side part of Myrtle's Romp.... and there will be two Lung Busterish ( but a bit more gentle) climbs to access some sweet humpy side slope flow... and the best part.. there is little to no undergrowth.. I am expecting work to proceed rather quickly... all told.. I am projecting somewhere in the 6 plus miles added to the close to 12 that already exists...

riding was fantastic today... didn't need a fatbike, tread was nice and tacky...

long boring video.. but shows some of the fun..

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