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Saving the trails at Sprague 1 year 9 months ago #44164

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Yeah, I was thinking this Saturday would be a good day for starting to scout out the new "black trail" reroute to the white trail. Should be easy to see where the wet areas would be.[/quote]

Although this was an unplanned new trail build...I'm staying positive and am super pumped to build her!
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Re: Saving the trails at Sprague 1 year 9 months ago #44167

I've done one day of scouting when it was wet two weeks ago when I last posted. Sat. might be a good day to do it again. Or maybe Friday if it is wetter then. Would like to actually ride offroad one of these days. :x Hoping things start to clear up by the actual weekend.
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