Not to sound like a d*ck, but if the trails were that muddy you actually need to hose off your bike afterwards, you probably shouldn't have ridden the trails.I rode at Nox on Saturday and it was very wet. The upper loop has a number of small stream beds that were all running. It was rock and gravel underneath so that wasn't terrible. All the stream crossings are high. The south end was muddy as usual. The weather looks like spring rains for a bit. Hopefully we don't have a swamp summer like last year.
Also does anyone know of a good spot at the park to hose off a bike?
if you haven't already done so, please report it to the the park. per DCNR regulations horses are prohibited from these MTB trails. Email i found on the DCNR page for NOX is:It appears that someone was riding a horse on the eastern woods trail this weekend. There are hoof prints all along it. Some are deep impressions in the rollers. Kind of dangerous if someone comes flying around a turn and a unexpected horse is there. At least at green lane you know you have to watch for them, but at the bike trails in Nox they are not expected to be there.