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    Trail reports appreciated since the storm

    If anyone's been to such places as Palgrave, Albion, Mono, Hilton, Hardwood, Koloapore, Triple Stage etc how are the trails? Any damage or concerns?

    What I'm really getting at

    Anything dry by this weekend ?

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    mono cliffs was good last night except for some good ruts up puke hill.
    and a couple of very short muddy spots in the lower sections.

    and i hear palgrave is good also
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    palgrave, albion and turkey point are good
    as always Agreement Forest is not
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    Trail reports appreciated since the storm

    Thanks guys, thought they'd still be soakered.

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    Muddy and slippery in a few spots along the Humber. No damage to the trails. Drying up nicely

    Blue suffered no ill effects
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    Trail reports appreciated since the storm

    ^^ good to hear, thank you. Was at Palgrave yesterday it was unbelievably dry, sandy even.

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    kelso good
    AF still **** but good none the less
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    rode palgrave today... its good! In fact there are some soft sandy sections. Mansfiels is good too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by maynard View Post
    kelso good
    AF still **** but good none the less
    What is AF?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dgage View Post
    rode palgrave today... its good! In fact there are some soft sandy sections. Mansfiels is good too.
    Yeah SAND, at Palgrave, crazy. Did you go to the closed 'lower Mansfield'? Much hassle riding there?

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    i think you're talking about the mansfield outdoor center which is private and only open during events.
    the mansfield mentioned here is the dufferin forest about 1 km north.
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    Turkey point had some severe washout a few weeks ago... The west side towards the Eco centre was hit pretty bad. The gully was 10' wide at least...

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    Gotta say if anyone's watching this thread Albion yesterday did have some muddy spots.

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    sorry AF is Agreement forest, or Mohawk raceway or the other side of Hilton Falls
    was there this morning , other than 1.7 trillion mosquitoes, pretty dry considering.
    If I wanted to objectify a women I'd do it on my terms not theirs.

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    AF is a mosquito sanctuary this time of year!

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