I think it's instructive to see single pics from riders cleaning certain parts of certain lines all strung together to show a complete clean run. Does that mean actual clean runs were few and far between? Any of the stuff you showed would have me walking my bike so what do I know?
A blind man searches in a dark room for a black hat that isn't there. Dashiell Hammett
I think it's instructive to see single pics from riders cleaning certain parts of certain lines all strung together to show a complete clean run, like complete runs through these sections were hard to capture on film,...because they didn't happen!
It is humbling... and proves that most of us are way over-biked for the riding we do.
Yeah most of us are probably over biked. It is humbling enough when grandpa and his citybike easily handles what I thought was a technical downhill section but what really gets to me is when some kid on a 45lb downhill rig easy clears what I thought was a technically demanding and physically brutal uphill section...
This is only 20 mins from my house so I've been wanting to ride this place and finally got out there on Sunday for the first time. Great downhill but a lot of hikers out there which prevented getting the speed up too much. I was the only bike out there! The second half of the ride had far fewer people and the flow of the last mile was really good. It looks like I missed a few lines that you guys were doing.