I'm happy to report we were highly successful on both fronts.
I arrived early so I could quickly ride MMT and remind myself of the various points where I was errant with my line choices. I think I made maybe 3-4 corrections. Mostly small, a few to straighten out the line and eliminate overly ambitious tight switchbacks and another longer reroute to contour a bit and eliminate a needlessly punchy climb out of one of the smaller ravines. Also took some measurements of the big wet spot before you start the climb, pondering options for what we'll do there...
last switchback on the first big ravine wall is now the 'birch chute'. Gonna be fast but the speed should help with the other side of the ravine.
Corduroy'd a wet spot / speed stealing divot
Tried to remove all the line ruining saplings and remove all the debris
Last wet spot that needs attention, hopefully before the end of this year.
Jesse and crew got a huge amount of work done on Spring Trail. All kinds of benching, berming, bridge work, etc. I'm sure it will be riding much nicer now and I can't wait to get out there and give it a shred.
Adam and Alan working on a bench cut
Short kink bridge
Double bridge section
Hugh making sure berms are tamped and ready
The Jensens were on hand helping out
Mike demonstrating proper overhead technique
The Fall riding season is here. Be sure to check out this latest batch of work and let us know what you think.
Great job to everyone who participated in the 9/15 Trail Day Recap at Page Hill! It was great to see so many people out to help maintain and improve the trail. what is troypoint It was a truly rewarding experience and I'm sure it was a great learning experience for everyone involved. Thanks to all the volunteers for their hard work and dedication.ReplyDelete