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mtber36 said:
Anybody been out there in the last day or so? Opinions on rideability?
Thanks
It looked pretty promising when I passed it on the way to work this morning, but I have not been on the trail itself so I can't vouch for actual rideability.
 

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I was there last week before the last storms and I was surprised how dry it was, good all the up with just a couple of small snow patches on Red Mesa loop; I did not do Plymouth mtn. I think it should be pretty much good to go today.
 

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I rode it last night and the conditions were fantastic. There is a little water running here and there with the last of the snow melting away, and a few mud patches you can slowly go through, but the downhill part of Red Mesa is primo (remember to do it clockwise!).

I will say as always happens after a muddy period that horses have torn the dog sh*t out of the lower trail. :rolleyes:
 

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SiberianYETI said:
I will say as always happens after a muddy period that horses have torn the dog sh*t out of the lower trail. :rolleyes:
Nah - that can't be the case, horses are a primitive means of transportation, they can't tear up trails, don't be silly.
 

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As one of my former riding buddies once said to an equestrian accusing bikes of damaging trails "We can argue that all day but one thing is certain: Mountain bikers don't sh!t all over the trail!"
 

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pack it in...pack it out

mtber36 said:
As one of my former riding buddies once said to an equestrian accusing bikes of damaging trails "We can argue that all day but one thing is certain: Mountain bikers don't sh!t all over the trail!"
ha ha ha...good one.

maybe they should institute a "pack it in pack it out" rule for horses

anyway....hope deer creek is all good because i want to ride that little who-uh this weekend
 

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SiberianYETI said:
I will say as always happens after a muddy period that horses have torn the dog sh*t out of the lower trail. :rolleyes:
You wish! Though the horses have torn up the trail, I can assure the dog shite is still there.
 

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I rode it last night

I didn't do Red Mesa due to time constraints but everything else was great. As noted above there were a couple of spots with water running across the trail and the horse related damage. Go for it!
 
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