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We tried boarding Tiger (main logging road) earlier today. A buddy had left his car near the summit, so I figured I would try to get some turns in while helping him out. There is a good amount of snow, but any hard turn would cut right down to the gravel/dirt. Still fun though and it's a reason why I have an old "rock" board.

Flowtron would be a fun one to try. I didn't even think of it, but I'l have to keep it in mind for next time we get snow down low again (probably next winter).
 

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I rode the Parasite/Silkworm/Tapeworm last night. Night riding in the snow is a lot of fun! I saw a few tracks on the Tapeworm, so it looks I'm not the only person who likes to ride in the snow.
 

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One set was me.

I didn't expect to find that much snow. So if you were wondering why one set of tracks showed such poor bike handling, it's because a lot of the time I was trying to clip back in, and snow and ice had packed my cleats and pedals. D'oh!
 

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I did manage to fall off the log ride on the tapeworm and I landed on the rootball, so I know all about "poor handling"! It was still fun though.
 

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from yesterday at BD. 2-3" most everywhere with some spots deeper than others. only saw one other set of fresh treads cutting from exodus over to deliverance, otherwise i had the trails to myself

 
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