I'm not signing up for this "Trail Destruction 101" course...Evil Patrick said:Get ready for the lecture.
Ohioan right here. There's about two weeks in August where I can come home and not wash water off my bike. So we have a different idea of a "dry" trail. But I try my best not to ride when I leave tire tracks.btadlock said:I remember riding in Ohio was kinda of like that, seemed that there was never a 100% dry ride, the trails seemed to hold water at least in a couple of spots. I don't really miss Ohio mtnbiking.
Here in Colorado, you find the bodies of those who ride in conditions like these on a pike at the trailhead, to serve as a warning.
I may have to go and get some of other picks, but I think we here in the south have the market on the water, now.agm2 said:Those bikes seem clean.
Both were very fun races. I would never ride in these conditions on a normal ride.
Except this year, of course, when it's rained everyday for the last 4 months. I have yet to have a dry and dusty ride this year! But you do pick your trails, and find ones that can be ridden a litle wet without damage.btadlock said:Here in Colorado, you find the bodies of those who ride in conditions like these on a pike at the trailhead, to serve as a warning.