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Re: Sprague Brook Conditions 2 years 11 months ago #44092

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Re: Sprague Brook Conditions 2 years 11 months ago #44091

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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Re: Sprague Brook Conditions 2 years 11 months ago #44090

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.
Last Edit: 2 years 11 months ago by Jon Sundquist.
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Sprague Brook Conditions 2 years 11 months ago #44089

Obviously it's wet and muddy at the Brook. Please go through the mud and don't make go arounds; stay on the trail. If you want to stay clean, go for a road ride.
Sliders Guy
Colden, NY

Chains and shifters are history.
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Re: Sprague Brook Conditions 2 years 11 months ago #44065

A lot of sloppy mud holes on the west side this evening.
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Re: Sprague Brook Conditions 3 years 6 days ago #44026

As a moderator I would like to say that the last couple posts (mine included) have nothing to do with trail conditions. They technically could be deleted. I am also checking the membership data base to see the most recent people to join. The above message was written with a slight bit of sarcasm.
UPDATE: boogerman checks out. Seriously, the very least people can do is join as it supports maintenance and the building of trails in our area. I really don't think $30 is a lot, plus its for a great cause and there are some pretty good perks.
Now back to trail conditions before I have to moderate myself.
Last Edit: 3 years 6 days ago by Scotto.
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