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    Devou Park Annex Trail System (Trail Days KY)


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    I heard about this from Jason at Reser's. How did it go? Where is the trailhead? Is it near the baseball fields at the bottom of Sleepy Hollow?

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    Trail Parking is at ball fields

    Trail head is at old incinerator.

    Trails are not open, we are in construction phase. Please come out and help build NKY's newest trail system

    Chad

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    Great! I will try to make it on one of the trail days but I work on Sat.

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    It has made all the difference. R Frost

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    March 15th is a Sunday Trail day. It starts at 9am.

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    I work Sat and Sun 7-3pm but I might be able to get off a SAT later in the month

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    It has made all the difference. R Frost

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bluegrassbiker
    March 15th is a Sunday Trail day. It starts at 9am.

    Chad
    Irie is that you, I neeed to come over and give you guys a hand. Local trails are gonna be awesome!! We were in London @Laurel Lake past sorry I missed...

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    Yeah, its me,

    Come on down!!!

    Give me a call, I will fill you in on the details and such,

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    i will try to make it on one of those days and i will try to get some friends to come. i am a native from ludlow and i romped around those hills when i was young. im glad to see something come from it all. on a funny and crazy note, had a fellow student of ludlow high school climb to the top of the incinerator and get in the top to shimmy down (why dont ask me its stupid) well the inside became wider as he went down and fell! nasty stuff. he recovered. are the trails going to be exclusively on the west side of sleepy hollow road? anyway this is wonderful news!!!

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    ROckin day yesterday!!! made it to the top of the hill.. 1 mile climb outta the parking lot. It is gonna be sweet when its built. It was a trail clearing machine yesterday ; about 22 people showe up!!

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    I got a chance to check the trails out on Sunday night. It's going o be sweet. I took about 20 pics that I will try to post. It is looking nice

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    Big Trail day this Saturday March 28th. lunch will be served I hear. SO come one come all!! Lets get this trail built!!!!!

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    We had an extremely successful trail day on March 28th. We had over 100 volunteers turn out for the event. We have a similar event planned on May 9th. We are expecting over 150 volunteers for that event. In an effort to repeat the success of March 28th on May 9th, we have decided to have weekly trail work days Leading up to the May 9th event. Work days are designed for individuals to be able to show up when they prefer. I will have plenty of tools laid out near the trail head for folks to grab as they arrive. So if you cannot make the opening time, please feel free to show up at your convenience. That being said, I have tried to design the work days so all can participate. We have a large group that like to show up at 7am and hammer it out for a few hours so that they may return to their families before the morning light gets too bright. We have another large group that like to show up around 9:30am and hammer it out for a few hours so that we can get to Burgers -n- Beers before being awake too long. We have others that meander in at no specific time. Then we have the real meat heads that run the "Full Monty" and arrive at 7am and stay until Burger-n-Beer time around 1pm. All approaches are welcomed. Therefore, work days will open at 7am and close at approximately 12:30pm.

    Trail Work Dates are:

    April 5th (Sunday)
    April 11th (Saturday)
    April 18th (Saturday)
    April 25th (Saturday)
    May 3rd. (Sunday)

    ***MAY 9TH SATURDAY HUMONGO EVENT***

    After we complete the May 9th event, we will go on a once a month rotation. That rotation will be the second Saturday of each month. We will carry this through until the first loop is finished. If momentum carries, who knows, we may be able to slap that second four mile loop in too.

    Hope to see everyone real soon. The trails are shaping up sooooooooo nice!!

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    Hope the trail will be done by the end of the summer! Ready to check out the longest DH section around here!
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    Hope the trail will be done by the end of the summer!
    Me Too!!!

    Trail Work Dates are:

    April 5th (Sunday) Success!!
    April 11th (Saturday) Almost Success!!
    April 18th (Saturday) Success!!
    April 25th (Saturday)
    May 3rd. (Sunday)

    Trail work hours open at 7am and go till we are tired, show up at anytime and grab a tool on your way in.

    ***MAY 9TH SATURDAY HUMONGO EVENT***

    After we complete the May 9th event, we will go on a once a month rotation. That rotation will be the second Saturday of each month. We will carry this through until the first loop is finished. If momentum carries, who knows, we may be able to slap that second four mile loop in too.

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    In case you were thinking of helping with building sweet trails at Devou this weekend. We have moved the Trail Day to Saturday so that we can watch and support and participate in the Flying Pig Marathon which is on Sunday.

    Hope to see you Saturday!

    Chad

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    Sweet !!! I MAY be able t o get up there for a bit Sat.

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    May 9th trail day

    Attn: Trail building Mountain bikers.

    Introducing: Northern Kentucky’s newest backcountry experience.

    Located at the Devou Park Annex. Trail head parking is located at the Ludlow ball fields. http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3300/...336b7211_o.jpg

    Re: If you are looking for something to do on May 9th, we have a monumental event taking place at the new trail system at Devou Park West.

    • We have teamed up with a local volunteer organization, Give Back Cincinnati www.givebackcincinnati.org and received a large grant.
    • The volunteer group is around 150 people. The grant has permitted us to outfit this large of a group with all necessary tools. You can never have enough tools, so If you have any of your own, please bring them.
    • With this amount of people, we need as many experienced trail builders as we can get. We are looking for all levels of trail building experience. Even if you are new to the trial building world, or have not built much trail, we can use your help. We will pair the less experienced trail builders with more experienced trail builders. This will be a great opportunity to learn for those less experienced.
    • The corridors are cleared and the pin flags are planted. Now we need to connect the dots.
    • We need experienced trail builders to over see groups of about 10-15 people and the task list associated with that section of the trail. I would like to have two experienced trail builders per group. We plan to have 10 -12 groups.
    • The trail has been broken up into sections. We will assign the appropriate amount of people to each section. Each group will have a team leader from the Give Back Organization. We need experienced trail building leaders in each group to oversee the trial building. Tasks will include but not limited to; fetching big rocks for our sweet walls, continued cut back of honeysuckle, dragging cut debris as far off the trail as possible, packing out some garbage, and the most important job of the trail building leader is to insure proper tread placement and insure proper building practices. Safety First.
    • I am looking for commitments from folks to help lead this May 9th day.

    Schedule:
    7:00am Arrive at parking lot and shake out tools and hang up banners, ect.
    7:45am Breakfast for leaders of rumored Panera Bread goodies
    8:15am trail building leaders walk the trail.
    9:00am Volunteers begin to show up and get signed in.
    10:00am Groups will be ready to roll out into the woods and begin building
    12:00pm Lunch
    12:30pm Back into the woods
    2:30pm Trail day concludes with special fanfare


    If you cannot make the entire day, that is OK, stay as little or as long as you like.


    Please contact me directly chadirey@gmail.com or 859-803-2466 if you plan on helping on this day. The more, the merrier. We cannot have enough help on this day. Feel free to contact me if you would like further information on the trail day or the trails in general. This will be a historic day for us locally and even regionally. Please help make this day a success.

    I am hoping to get a definitive and responsible commitment from 20-24 people. Currently, I have a commitment from about 9.


    Thank you,

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    wish i would have seen this a few weeks ago i would have loved to help out!

    How did everything turn out ?

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    We are out there the second Saturday of every month until we get the first loop done. It will be complete sometime late spring of 2010 I hope, so plenty of time to get involved.

    Chad

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    Any pics yet?
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    I was out on the trail today. Took me a while to find the trail head. Long ride up, and a fast and fun ride back down. Nice trail so far.

    I haven't heard much about the trails recently. Anyone know if they are still being worked on?

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    We are still working on them. We have about 1 mile left to before the first phase loop will complete. If you send me your email address, I will be sure to add it to our monthly email newsletter that will keep you up to date on all the goings on at Devou. You can also keep up with the action at www.KYMBA.org and www.joinomba/cora.org The trail kiosk is usually updated with the latest trail info as well.
    Our official trail days are the second Saturday of every month. 7:30am -12:30 or so. Open house format. We average about 20 folks per trail day, so it is usually a good social event as well.

    Chad

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    pm sent. Thanks Bluegrassbiker.
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    Just got back from the trails. About 2.2 miles completed now and man are they sweet! These trails have the most berms and swooping turns anywhere around the Cincy area. Heading up is a good workout but going back down is a blast, you really need to hold on to your handlebars. With berms about 2-4' high, it feels like a rollercoaster at times.

    I will be at the next trail date next Saturday to help get these trails completed. Words can't describe these trails, nothing can compare in this area. The trail kiosk looks awesome too and with more trails proposed I can see this system becoming the most popular around. Look forward to the expert sections as well! Good job!
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    Awesome news... have a friend that lives RIGHT next to thes... and some other friends that went to Ludlow.
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    We need to get these trails on to the cora page! Can anyone tell me if they are dry right now? Ive not yet ridden them and would really like to try them out. What do the compare to in our region?

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    The reason they are not on the CORA page is they are not officially open yet. Current length is 2.2 miles and proposed finished length is about 8 miles. But I say the more tires that hit the dirt the better, works in the trail faster.

    They are probably slick right now with the rain the past few days.

    It's hard to say what they compare to, since nothing around here can compare really. You just have to go down and check it out firsthand! The trail dead-ends where the work has stopped for now, so you need to turn around and blast the downhill.
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    The trails are usually dry 2 days after a rain. They are alot like VSP especially Shadow Run. 1 mile climb to the top 1.5 mile until the end. Fast and fast going down. Lots of berms and rock gardens. Go ride them!

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    Think it will be dry by this afternoon? I might go check it out. Dying to ride here.

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    Maybe. We got some rain last night so they might be wet.

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    I am going to check it out this afternoon or tonight

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    Hey dude post up when you get back. I might just go over if they are rideable.

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    It's about 5 pm here, and I'm getting ready to load up my bike to go out there. If it's not muddy, I'll ride em, and if it is, I'll just tool around Sawyer Point.
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    Just got back from Devou. Trails are tacky and good to go. Sorry for the late reply but stopped to talk to Dixon and a couple from Ft Mitchell.
    Last edited by Mai; 07-19-2010 at 04:17 AM.

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    Its cool. Ive been doing schoolwork so Ill get to testing the trails this week if it dosent rain again. Thanks man!

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    This is Chad and I am the lead volunteer for the Devou Park trail project. The trails are not officially open for riding therefore we have not posted any trail conditions on any other sites. Technically they are closed. Therefore, the conditions would read closed. However, we are hoping that folks will take time and sneak a peak of the trail that has been completed to date. With over 3000 volunteer hours and 14 months of building, there is 2.3 miles complete. Devou will be a great trail system in the Cincinnati Area and we need help completing the first phase. The first phase will be about 4 miles in length. The total proposed trail system will be about 8-10 miles in length. We are hoping to attract more motivated individuals to help complete the trails. If you sneak a peak and enjoy what you see, please consider attending one of our monthly trail work sessions on the second Saturday of every month.

    * Open house format. 7:30am - 12pm
    * Tools Provided.
    * Water, long pants, work gloves, and eye protection is recommended.

    Hope to see you at our next trail day!!!

    Chad
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    Im gonna go check them out soon. Id love to help build up a trail system like this. We really need a place that just has one long trail in the area thats near cincy. Idlewild is great but having something like east fork near the city would rock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirt Bringer
    Im gonna go check them out soon. Id love to help build up a trail system like this. We really need a place that just has one long trail in the area thats near cincy. Idlewild is great but having something like east fork near the city would rock.
    Well, this is nothing like East Fork, has about 3 times the elevation. This will have a few different trails with easy, intermediate, and expert sections. Check out the map kiosk at the trailhead when you go, the proposed map is up.

    I personally can't wait till it's done, I'm tired of flat trails like EF, Idlewild and Mitchell. I mean they even took out the technical section at Idlewild with plans on taking out the giant teeter totter . So bring on the technical, rooty, rocky trails, and the hillier the better.
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    People are getting excited about Devou. I hope this will drum up some help to finish the first section.

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    It has made all the difference. R Frost

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    I will be out there Sat. or Sun (weather permitting) clearing out as much crap from the trail area as I can. I love this trail, glad I'm just a few minutes away from it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mike_d_1583
    Well, this is nothing like East Fork, has about 3 times the elevation. This will have a few different trails with easy, intermediate, and expert sections. Check out the map kiosk at the trailhead when you go, the proposed map is up.

    I personally can't wait till it's done, I'm tired of flat trails like EF, Idlewild and Mitchell. I mean they even took out the technical section at Idlewild with plans on taking out the giant teeter totter . So bring on the technical, rooty, rocky trails, and the hillier the better.
    Yes! I loved that old trail at Idlewild. East fork is fun for the speed...meh. I like climbing. Barring the more suicidal sections of tower park thats what we need...just longer versions of it.

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    Btw updates on the trail conditions would be nice if anyone goes out there. The rain that hit us at idlewild today was pretty harsh.

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    Btw updates on the trail conditions would be nice if anyone goes out there. The rain that hit us at idlewild today was pretty harsh.

    The trails are CLOSED. The trails are under construction. The trails will remain CLOSED until construction is complete and the city officially opens them.

    Even if trail conditions were ripping dry, the trails are CLOSED. If the trails are tacky with a few puddles, the trails are CLOSED. No matter what the conditions, the trails are still CLOSED until the city offically opens them.

    The trails are not closed for construction. If you cannot make it to one of our regularly scheduled trail days and would still like to help out, we have plenty of work than can be done in between trail days. Please drop me a PM should you wish to help out and myself or one of the other trail stewards will be happy to meet you back there and get you set up on a solo mission. Or bring some friends, and it will no longer be a solo mission.

    The trails will be officially opened and dedicated once first phase construction is complete and the city performs a final inspection. After final inspection, we will be able to open the trails and a trail conditions page. We have 1 mile left to build until we can submit for final inspection. We are projecting an opening date sometime, late spring/early summer of 2011. If we get a big surge in volunteer help, then we may be able to bump up the opening date until early spring.

    Trail work days are the second Saturday of every month.

    Hope to see you there.

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    I feel that I am to blame for encouraging people to ride on a trail that is unfinished. When you put out thhe call to check it out "The trails are not officially open, yet we are trying to encourage fellow Off-Road Enthusiasts to make a trip and check them out." I took it the wrong way. I am sorry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bluegrassbiker
    The trails are CLOSED. The trails are under construction. The trails will remain CLOSED until construction is complete and the city officially opens them.

    Even if trail conditions were ripping dry, the trails are CLOSED. If the trails are tacky with a few puddles, the trails are CLOSED. No matter what the conditions, the trails are still CLOSED until the city offically opens them.

    The trails are not closed for construction. If you cannot make it to one of our regularly scheduled trail days and would still like to help out, we have plenty of work than can be done in between trail days. Please drop me a PM should you wish to help out and myself or one of the other trail stewards will be happy to meet you back there and get you set up on a solo mission. Or bring some friends, and it will no longer be a solo mission.

    The trails will be officially opened and dedicated once first phase construction is complete and the city performs a final inspection. After final inspection, we will be able to open the trails and a trail conditions page. We have 1 mile left to build until we can submit for final inspection. We are projecting an opening date sometime, late spring/early summer of 2011. If we get a big surge in volunteer help, then we may be able to bump up the opening date until early spring.

    Trail work days are the second Saturday of every month.

    Hope to see you there.

    Chad
    This is confusing. Id like to help build these trails, but never got out due to little time on my part. Someone, Im not sure if it was you, who was working on the trails, invited me to go help work on them with you. Id really like to test the trails however, and if I like them, Id make time when I could to go back and work on them as suggested. Id find it difficult to work on a trail if Ive not even ridden any of it however. Is a test ride (under dry conditions obviously) permitted at this point?

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    The City of Covington owns and manages the 235 acre parcel of land where we are building Kentucky’s newest trail system for self propelled activities. As the manager of the parcel, the City of Covington deems when the trails will be officially opened. We are projecting that date to be sometime in the spring. Therefore, until the city deems them officially open, they are officially closed or as I sometimes refer to them, "technically closed."

    Albeit that the trails are officially closed; with full disclosure to the city of Covington, The Devou Park trail stewards and Devou Park core construction crew, (henceforth referred to as we), are encouraging individuals that have not been to the trails to take time to visit and enjoy the 2.3 miles that is currently complete. We are encouraging individuals to check out the new trails in hopes of garnishing more trail building support for the Devou Park Backcountry trail system. The support does not have to come in the form of shovels in the dirt, support can take many avenues. Our hopes are that at least a handful of individuals will enjoy their experience so much that it may trigger a desire to get involved in the project. Involvement can take many forms. If you wish to volunteer, but are unable to attend our regularly scheduled trail days on the second Saturday of every month, we will be happy to meet you at anther time and discuss the myriad of items that need to be completed.

    We want people to chatter and promote the new trails at Devou. We prefer the chatter of the outdoor enthusiast grapevine as we feel it is the best way to spread the word, yet trail stewards today also have a responsibility to the chatter on the internet. Many times meanings and good intentions become lost within forum posts. Our trail side meetings are the best way to get the most up to date information on Devou Park Trails. The meetings take place the second Saturday of every month. We also have a monthly e-letter we send out. If you PM with your contact info, I will be happy to add you to the list. We are also on Facebook under Devou Park Backcountry Trails. Feel free to PM me with any questions you may have that you do not wish to ask on a forum. Also catch up with us on www.KyMBA.org and www.joinomba/cora.org

    100’s of people have put in 1000’s of hours at Devou Park to construct what we feel to be some high quality trails. We are very proud of the trails to date and we are even more excited for what lies ahead. We feel that it is our responsibility to submit as many shameless plugs for our trail days into Devou Forum threads as possible. As a result;

    “Please come out to our next Devou Park trail day Saturday, August 14th 2010 and help complete the remaining mile on the first phase of Norhtern Kentucky’s newest trail experience. Once the first phase is complete, we can officially open the trails."

    * Open house format. 7:30am - 12pm
    * Tools Provided.
    * Water, long pants, work gloves, and eye protection is recommended.


    Thanks for considering volunteering your time at Devou Park Backcountry Trails,

    Chad
    One of many Devou Park Trail Stewards.


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    Well said

    Two roads diverged in a yellow wood and I,
    I took the road less traveled by and
    It has made all the difference. R Frost

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    Where is the trailhead I cannot find it. I see one ball field and no trail directions would be nice

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