You're not the first to make that mistake.CoreyVisto said:No idea how that happened.
That section of trail is like the Derailleur Bermuda Triangle.CoreyVisto said:When we finally got back on track, my friend broke his back derailleur off, maybe 2 miles past Blue Pool.
Haha yea, that area was quite rough. He actually didn't break it on the lava rocks which is a surprise..a branch or something got caught and ripped it off - the actual metal tabs/mounting area just cracked off. He was riding a brand new Raleigh Mojave 4.0. He also went caught some air on a little jump and landed hard on the seat, which bent it upwards. Haha, not sure what to say about that.gabrielle said:You're not the first to make that mistake.
That section of trail is like the Derailleur Bermuda Triangle.
New feature the USFS put in this year, suppose to help tourism or something. You shoulda seen it early in the spring had a honest to god big time water fall when the snow started melting.milt k said:Nice pics! Can't ever remember seeing those little water falls in Blue Pool before!
Hey Jolly! The riding is good. Good stuff to ride and not too far from home. The locals here have been great about showing me what's around here. In fact, just got back from a ride and am still smelly and mud covered as I type! Check out the WA forum, I still post carp now and then. Check out the Dungeness/Gold Cr. thread, I posted some pics from the ride we did on the 4th. Probably post todays pic's later on. Look for "Lower Big Quilcene".jollybeggar said:How's the riding up Washington way?
Ahh..the more things change, the more they stay the same!!jollybeggar said:Dan and Mike are still kicking my butt at the Horse's Trails.
Uhhh...yeah. The reason that you got lost is the same reason I got lost -- the trail markersCoreyVisto said:Thanks
Some how we ended up looping around Clear Lake on accident - and then riding back up the highway to were we started. No idea how that happened.