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Town Run / Town Run Sunday 7-28-19.
« on: July 29, 2019, 07:15:11 AM »
Trail is in Great Condtion!!    Smooth and Fast.   A BIG Thanks to the 2 gentlemen mowing trail edges yesterday morning.     

Hi,  QUESTION?  the NEW trail on the southend of the park through the River Oxbows and around the I69 project patch is pretty overgrown with tall grass.   OK if next week I come over with my weed eater and open the trail up some.  I know you need a permit to use a chainsaw but is a weed eater  OK ?   Whoever has trimmed the power line sections of the trails did a nice job of trimming THANKS!  GREAT place to ride its really in nice shape and something for everyone. My hats off to HMBA volunteer s that do trailwork.     Its amazing how quickly it drys out compared to Fort Harrison. 
What a surprise last week when PIVOT Reps from Arizona  were at SWP with a fleet of demos.    Rode a $6200. Pivot MTB for over 1.5hrs.    WOW! NICE Bike!

General Trail Information / Schooner Trail at BCSP
« on: August 13, 2016, 09:26:11 AM »
Hurt my wrist so I hiked Schooner yesterday and it was pretty over grown and a number of trees across the trail.  Had to carry a stick for cobwebs and spiders.  Didnot see or pass 1 person on it.   Last Wednesday rode my bike from Pine Valley to the campground and back.   Trails are in great shape, 1 tree down on lime kiln that required crossing.  Suggestion make Schooner usable by making bypass trail around the very difficult technical sections.    Schooner is a beautiful part of the park it would be nice if more people could enjoy it.

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