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Discussion in 'Northeast' started by vtjim, Mar 10, 2008.

  1. vtjim

    vtjim Beware of Milo & Otis

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    Anyone know the state of either of these trails? I know it's early in the season but I have an itch to get out there soon.

    Oh yeah, Lynn is closed now right? Is Nam ridable?
     

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  2. BadDNA

    BadDNA hophead

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    Nam is definitely not ridable. Splat was out having a walk around over the weekend and it's a muddy soupy mess right now.
     
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    vtjim Beware of Milo & Otis

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    Figures, thanks for the update. I get the feeling most trails are going to be soupy for the next month or two.
     
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    BadDNA hophead

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    You've got that right, welcome to New England. One place with superb riding right now though is Cape Cod. I'd suggest riding there if you're itching...we've been heading down every weekend recently and you're more than welcome to join us.
     
  5. vtjim

    vtjim Beware of Milo & Otis

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    Thanks, I can't make that kind of trip this weekend but I might take you up on that one of these days.

    I should really try to get in to some kind of shape for riding before I head out with anyone anyway, it's a been a winter on the couch!
     
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    Lynn also gets allot of scrutiny during the spring time. The land management keeps a close eye on people using the property before it's had a chance to properly set up. I'm with yah an itching to get out there...but soon enough will all be b**ching about how humid it is.
     
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    BadDNA hophead

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    Don't worry about being in shape, we're a relatively slow group riding big bikes and we take lots of breaks to play on features. I try to keep up on the local rides, once the weather's better I usually only have one or two days a week when I'm not riding or doing trail care so don't hesitate to ask.
     
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    vtjim Beware of Milo & Otis

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    Sounds like my kind of riding... I'll take you up on that offer.
     
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    yeah nam is definitely too muddy for good riding.
     
  10. splat

    splat Nam I am

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    nam Is too muddy right now
    and Lynn is closed to Mt bike riding till April 15