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    what happen to all riders today at kettle

    little cold and mud to much for you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dbikeco View Post
    little cold and mud to much for you!
    I'll bite: Responsible riders know not to ride the trails when they're muddy.

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    It wasn't cold enough. I wait for it to get colder so the mud is frozen.
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    Dude, you just opened yourself up to a virtual mtbr smackdown.

    The same folks who weren't at the trails this week will be there next spring fixing your ruts.

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    Tough guys race cross!
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    Is Kettle open all year for riding? Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by nor View Post
    Tough guys race cross!
    And the cross race organizers need to get their heads out of their back end too or they will have less placed to race. I have never done it and don't anticipate that I will. But if I was not advocating for them with the local officials and holding their hand to make them do things better there would be two less races in the local area
    They can't come into a park and destroy it and just leave. The rest of the park users will not put up with it. And unfortunately they give the real mountain bikers, the ones who actually care for the resource, a bad name. To non-bikers anyone riding a bike off-road is a mountain biker. They do not differentiate between us and the cross bikers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KTMwoodsrider View Post
    Is Kettle open all year for riding? Thanks
    i believe they only close for 4 weeks or so in february/march, call ahead just to make sure.

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    conditions at Kettle?

    I have not been on the Kettle bike trails in a while. I stopped riding there because they were deterioting from errosion and people riding them in conditions they should not. There were lots of sandpits and rocks to dodge. I was just wondering how the trails are now on a good day when they are good to ride. I'm more of a summer rider and even though I love mud riding i'm one of those riders who would rather skip a ride in order to save the trails.

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    Rode There Yesterday Trails Were Perfect!
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