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    Las Olas is the trail that you can ride after you come from Area 51 and the big undulating wooden bridge feature called Pipeline. Just go straight when you pass that tiny wood bridge and you see the wooden sign "Las Olas". The trail is almost like a pump track. Las Olas will lead you into "Huck You" and Eviction. The woman who makes the signs is on a mission to replace all the trail signs with different designs and cool lettering.
    Awesome. That sign is unique and pretty cool
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    Quote Originally Posted by TAOS1 View Post
    To clear up the controversial fees that have started at Markham heres a post from one of the Markham Park Trail Builders:

    "This morning the core group of Markham Trail Volunteers had a meeting with park management to get the FACTS regarding the new "Amenities Fees" the county will be charging. So in efforts to keep everyone informed of what's going on I want to share the information to set things straight.
    As of April 1st, 2013, Broward County Parks will begin charging an "Amenities Fee" at all county parks. In regards to Markham this will include a $25 per year usage fee for the MTB Trails, Model Airplane Field, and Dog Park (all separate fees). There will also be a one day pass available for $5. Starting April 1st, anyone wishing to enter the Trail Head Gate must go to the Park Office and pay the fee..."
    Wait so to clarify, us out of towners who drive down to Markham once or twice a year would only have to pay $5 to ride, not $25+ to ride? That's would be major bummer otherwise. It already costs me about $80 in gas.
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    No you can ride $5 a day per person as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sfb12 View Post
    No you can ride $5 a day per person as well.
    Okay cool thanks. I love Markham, but the 3.5 hour drive keeps me from riding there more than very occasionally.
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    The passes are being checked and I recommend getting it done. The holes in the fences will be repaired as well, so going through them will no longer be an option. You don't really want to get caught for destruction of county property and trespassing as well. From the 'powers that be' I was told that enforcement will pick up more and this can only benefit the trail system.

    On a lighter note; the trails are in great shape after all the rain..
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    My first time there last week and did 2 full laps all trails....had a blast.
    Glad I followed someone with experience, since trail direction can be confusing.
    Watched the video, paid the $25 and ready to hit it on a regular basis.

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    ^ Glad you enjoyed the trails!!
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    cant wait to move back down there for good... now alafia is my home trail which is also amazing
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    Nothing wrong with Alafia though. Never ridden it, but hear good things about it and Balm Boyette too!
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    You would really like Alafia it's very similar to markham
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    This summer I'll make some time to ride there. It will be hot, but so what right?? Good to lose some pounds that way too...
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    Id like to say thanks to all the people that volunteer out at markham.... Just started riding there about 2 months because the the park manager had me all sketched out about the experience level needed to ride all the sections of the park....Known Trevor for a long time and trusted his judgement on bike experience

    So after practicing my skills at quiet waters for 5 months straight, 4-5 days a week, i was surprised how easy the trails were....and how well they were maintained..... Unfortunately the park is quite a distance from my house which prevents me from volunteering there yet and riding there on the weekends! But this summer i plan to pay my respect and help out at a trail system which ive become to love....I find its challenging enough for me because personally i cant afford to get hurt and its just awesome with this rain coming down....

    Rode there yesterday and it was fantastic until i broke a chain on the drops on Crime Scene.....then it was un-fantastic scootering my bike back to the parking lot.....Will never not carry a power link from now on.....DAMN OLD CHAIN! LOL

    Big Thanks to all you Volunteers....See you out there soon!

    Oh yeah and the $25 is sooo worth it to keep less desirables off the trails.....since i ride quiet waters, you'd see old woman on beach cruisers on the trails just destroying everything, and shouldnt be even trying some of the feature on bikes they were riding...No offense to woman riders...got my ass handed to me by one the other day! but Since implamenting the fee i havent seen any of those riders any more! And the trails are showing!

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    Thanks Mike! The fee helps in more ways than one . See you on TM days!
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    Tomorrow is TM day!! I hope to see a few peeps out there as we need to trim the veggies and pick up the potato vine seeds....
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    Rode markham on Friday morning and the trails were just perfect......Not one patch of soft sand nor mud.....what a pleasant ride!

    Had my first sub hour ride there too..... 59:12 riding every trail the hard ways threw....all expert sections....I know its not fast but ive only been riding now 7 months and was out for a month with a bad shoulder....

    It was still 6 mins faster then my best time.... I hear people can buzz threw it in under 42 mins so i have a goal to work toward.....

    Hopefully i can get out there on tues or weds for another lap! See you on the trails~

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    Rode yesterday, yes yesterday during and after all that rain. Trails were flooded but had loads of fun anyways. Trails were good as always, other than alligator alley being flooded almost completely. Keep up the good work OscarW and many others.
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    Thanks! We were working on Alligator yesterday and had to wait in the truck while it was raining... I couldn't help out today though but I am sure a few projects got done anyway..
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    Someone was working around Big Gulp today. Trails was good, a little wet around 9am but riding well. We just go a town of rain here in Boca, not sure about Markham.

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    Big Gulp was restored to its old ways...
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    Update on Markham!
    It is soggy, wet and overgrown in places....
    Last TM day we only had 7 peeps show up and we tried to do what we could, but the Fakawi tour was going on too, so many regulars were riding that instead.
    Please stay out of the flooded Rte 66 trail, as nobody will come and get you if you have an accident. You're on your own in there. Oh one more thing, the mosquitos are out in full force, so keep moving when you ride. The bug spray I used, had little effect when I worked in Gunrange...
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    Hey Oscar, thanks for all you do there! I have not been back to Markham for some time. Been hitting Amelia Earhart. Hope this week is dry, planning on hitting it up Sunday.

    Hows the fishing? Heating up?


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    Update on Markham!
    It is soggy, wet and overgrown in places....
    Last TM day we only had 7 peeps show up and we tried to do what we could, but the Fakawi tour was going on too, so many regulars were riding that instead.
    Please stay out of the flooded Rte 66 trail, as nobody will come and get you if you have an accident. You're on your own in there. Oh one more thing, the mosquitos are out in full force, so keep moving when you ride. The bug spray I used, had little effect when I worked in Gunrange...

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    I'm not oscar but I was there a week ago, all the trails were good other than Route 66 being flooded and closed off. Because most of the trails are under trees which I'm sure you know, they are a lot cooler and easier to ride.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TAOS1 View Post
    Hey Oscar, thanks for all you do there! I have not been back to Markham for some time. Been hitting Amelia Earhart. Hope this week is dry, planning on hitting it up Sunday.

    Hows the fishing? Heating up?
    Fishing has been very good and still is although we are now all fishing in the AM as the heat is getting tough even on the water. I rode 90% of the trails this AM and if the rain stays away they will be perfect for the week. The only thing is that the vegetation is getting to be too much in places... Have fun riding !!
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    Is it possible to get some signs on the connector trails that indicate which way toward the other trails? The other day I came off Rock Garden i think it was (it ended right by that freeride stuff), got out to the novice connector trail and had no idea which way to go. I've ridden there over 10 times thru the years and still haven't found all the trails I see on youtube. Trails I have ridden are very cool though, thanks.
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    Right now we have a big issue with the overgrowth of the vegetation obscuring some trail connections but I see your point in better signage. Rock Garden actually leads to Armadillo and from there straight over the wood bridge into Redback that is next to the Free ride area...From Armadillo you can also go to Iguana Ridge/Fishinghole loop if you make a left across the open area (aka Dump) , climb the steep hill and follow that trail. It will lead back up to the exit of Armadillo.. Hope it helps...
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    thegweed..... what's with the swastikas in your avatar?
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    Quote Originally Posted by OscarW View Post
    Right now we have a big issue with the overgrowth of the vegetation obscuring some trail connections but I see your point in better signage. Rock Garden actually leads to Armadillo and from there straight over the wood bridge into Redback that is next to the Free ride area...From Armadillo you can also go to Iguana Ridge/Fishinghole loop if you make a left across the open area (aka Dump) , climb the steep hill and follow that trail. It will lead back up to the exit of Armadillo.. Hope it helps...
    Thanks OscarW, I appreciate how helpful you are with this trail, and your reply will help as well. Now that I think about it I should get my booty out there and help with trail maintenance before I whine!!! Thanks again for all you and the other volunteers do!
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    Does anyone know if Markham is closed this Sunday? I thought i heard something about a race going on there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FloridaFish View Post
    thegweed..... what's with the swastikas in your avatar?
    That's an American WWII bomber and the tradition then was if you shot down a nazi plane or bombed a nazi something you would put a swastika on your plane, if you shot down something japanese you put a japanese flag.
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    Finally made it back to Markham...also had to pay the pipper....$53 bones.....

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    If you go to Markham DO NOT FORGET THE BUG SPRAY! Holy mosquitoes that look like freaking birds!
    Bummed that Rt 66 was closed, almost went around the block, but Oscar's posts were punching me in the nads.....

    Lots of big loose rocks in the middle of some of the trails, can only imagine it was from the race on Saturday....also that nice little gap jump on section 2 of the Outback is all jacked from the kOOks locking up their breaks instead of jumping it.

    The new section of Alligator Alley is really nice tho, breaking in.....
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    Just a reminder that there will be someone at the gate to check for the new required passes this entire week! They are getting tough on it again. Outback extension has been destroyed by peeps who ride their brakes and not the trail.. It will be repaired shortly and if I have a say in it...., parts will be paved to prevent excess wear on that trail and the crew rebuilding it. We need to do some serious cutting back of the vegetation and if the weather is bad this weekend it may happen since there won't be too many peeps complaining about work being done...
    The trails are in decent shape considering the races and weather we have had.

    The annual "Rumble in the Jungle" will happen August 4!!!! The funds raised go to the trail and if the stars align we may be able to buy a Toro Dingo and not have to rent a BobCat anymore!!
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    Hello Oscar,

    Thank you for your efforts with the trails at Markham. I have been a regular ever since I started off trail riding back in 1997 with my Gary Fisher Kaitai! I have seen the evolution of the trails since then and it is for the better. This past weekend ride I was notified by park staff about the new fee that surprised me that it was not done earlier; it takes much effort, time and money to maintain trails while on the hot - humid South Florida sun with the official state "bird" (a.k.a. The Mosquito) keeping you company does not make it a very fun venture. The trails have provided me with hundreds of hours of great rides and a fit body to experience life with. Continue the great workmanship.
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    You're welcome! I wish the fee would go directly to the trail but it doesn't. However, we are getting to use the county equipment in return so that works out very well for us. The park manager has been a great supporter of the trail-system by getting us as many materials as his budget allows. This coming sunday is TM day and we hope that we have a decent turnout since there is a lot to do before the 'Rumble in the Jungle' race on August 4th This fundraiser race is totally dedicated to the trail build fund and all proceeds are for trail maintenance equipment and materials. Hope to see you on the trails!!
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    Good work indeed!!! You guys are awesome! Can you provide more details on TM days?

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    TM is every first sunday of the month and all you need to bring is what you want to drink, eat and snack. Work-boots, long pants and long sleeve shirt as well as work gloves are recommended. We have all the tools and we meet at the trail head at 8:30. There are guys in MTB Patrol shirts around who will divvy up the work. If you have specific skills or pet peeves you want to address, you can let someone in 'charge' know. Unless there is priority project that requires a lot of work and people you can usually do your 'thing' after you run that by the peeps in 'charge'... It is a community effort and every volunteer has a voice. If something makes sense the group will agree and proceed. You'll get ribbed if you have a dumb idea.. It is all in good humor and we all want one thing....better trails!
    Hope to see you on a TM day!
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    Today we had a good turn-out for some repair, trimming of trees and clean up! Thanks to those who showed up and lost a few pounds in the process...
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    I wish I could have made it out earlier, I wasn't able to get out to the trails until 3pm. I need to plan to be there for the August TM day.

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    No Problem! Not everyone of the 'core' group can make it every time either.
    We all have work and families that get in the way somehow of TM and riding....
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    Great, now I know the day and time I'll make sure me and my son make it out! Do you work for a couple hours then ride, or is it strictly work?

    Whats up with Rt 66? Just cause it's wet or are there other issues...it's one of our favorite trails and I love the black section towards the end.
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    Some guys ride before TM work starts and we work till noon 30 or beyond depending on the work load. Nobody wants to leave an unfinished job, as that could lead to a trail being temporary closed.
    Rte 66 is closed because it is the lowest point in the park and it floods bad as a lot of water ends up there. The skeeters are super bad in there, as is the vegetation since nobody is doing cut back until the rainy season is over.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OscarW View Post
    You're welcome! I wish the fee would go directly to the trail but it doesn't. However, we are getting to use the county equipment in return so that works out very well for us. The park manager has been a great supporter of the trail-system by getting us as many materials as his budget allows. This coming sunday is TM day and we hope that we have a decent turnout since there is a lot to do before the 'Rumble in the Jungle' race on August 4th This fundraiser race is totally dedicated to the trail build fund and all proceeds are for trail maintenance equipment and materials. Hope to see you on the trails!!

    Hello Oscar,

    Thank you for the reply. I hit the trails this past Saturday mid-day and was told by your fellow "red shirts" that you were working. Just wanted to thank you and your team in person and hope to help out with the trails when I move to Sunrise in the near future.

    Maybe this was posted before on this thread but here is a relatively up to date map of the trails at Markham for those who are not familiar. Currently there are a few new trails but this map will guide you well. Also here is a shot of my ride this past Saturday (perfect riding day). Enjoy!



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    Thanks THX.. It is a labor of love and it is always nice to hear a thank you from riders. 99.9% of them do and the negative idiots are promptly ignored.
    May their tires be flat every ride right?!?....
    Hope to meet up when you move down here!!
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    Reminder for the "Rumble in the Jungle" !! On August 4 we will host the big annual fundraiser that will allow us to do all the trail work! We have big plans for a few of the trails and with enough $$ we can make them come true sooner rather than later.
    Thank you for your support!!!!
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    A bit off-topic, but isn't the pass supposed to be valid at Quiet waters as well ? It says so on the card, but when I went on a Saturday, the attendant still requested the $1.50 entrance fee.....which I paid, no big deal......just curious

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    Quote Originally Posted by Surfdog93 View Post
    A bit off-topic, but isn't the pass supposed to be valid at Quiet waters as well ? It says so on the card, but when I went on a Saturday, the attendant still requested the $1.50 entrance fee.....which I paid, no big deal......just curious
    The $1.50 is the weekend park entrance fee. Should be the same at Markham on weekends. Weekdays, no entrance fees.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Surfdog93 View Post
    A bit off-topic, but isn't the pass supposed to be valid at Quiet waters as well ? It says so on the card, but when I went on a Saturday, the attendant still requested the $1.50 entrance fee.....which I paid, no big deal......just curious
    the pass is for usage of the mountain bike trials only. You still have to pay the entrance fee.

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    What are conditions like at MArkham? Is Rt. 66 open? Friend and I are looking to shoot down that way on Saturday.

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    66 is still closed. It is totally overgrown and since it is raining today, it will remain closed for a while. If the rain isn't too heavy today the trails should be perfect by Saturday! We need to do some serious cut-back on all the trails. I was gone for 2 weeks and some trails are a real jungle but still passable, just wear glasses to protect your eyes!!!
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    To recap a few things at Markham. We are getting a real bathroom and a pavilion of our own, courtesy of the county! When that will happen is not exactly clear but it is coming fairly soon. Peeps were out here with blueprints and measuring devices.
    The Rumble was a great success and we were able to purchase a trailer and a Toro Dingo. This is a walk behind mini Bobcat. With this tool we can make bigger strides in repair, rebuilding and adding new trails. This Saturday we are going to build an all new skills area near the pump track. Today the area was re graded using the Dingo and the county dozer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OscarW View Post
    To recap a few things at Markham. We are getting a real bathroom and a pavilion of our own, courtesy of the county! When that will happen is not exactly clear but it is coming fairly soon. Peeps were out here with blueprints and measuring devices.
    The Rumble was a great success and we were able to purchase a trailer and a Toro Dingo. This is a walk behind mini Bobcat. With this tool we can make bigger strides in repair, rebuilding and adding new trails. This Saturday we are going to build an all new skills area near the pump track. Today the area was re graded using the Dingo and the county dozer.
    Any DJs in the future near the pumptrack. Nothing hug, just some fun tabletops would be great.

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