Ride the cut often? You from out this region? Pretty sure I saw you pre-winter wow and commented on how you were providing the daily Trials entertainment
you're just like the "MAN TRACKER" of mountain biking:smilewinkgrin:garage monster said:When: December 20th, 3:30 PM
Snow Cover: 2-3", soft/crusty
Verdict: Experienced/dedicated snow riders will have a good time; others not so much.
I decided to break up my Xmas shopping with a quick jaunt through Hydrocut. There's a lot more snow up there than in Dundas!
It was a good but taxing ride. I turned around at The Bride (the climbs on Frankenstein would have been impossible) and threw in a loop around Bypass. Total ride time was less than an hour and a half.
One other rider had been out ahead of me (judging from the tracks, on a 26er with a Fire front and a Nokian rear?) and, I'm guessing from the number of footprints, probably struggled a bit.
Not enough snow yet for skis or snowshoes but I'd say that's only one good snowfall away.
Yep,that was me. I live in Dundas, about 45 minutes south on highway 8.egggman said:Ride the cut often? You from out this region? Pretty sure I saw you pre-winter wow and commented on how you were providing the daily Trials entertainment