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    Bradbury conditions

    Checked out Bradbury yesterday and found the recent wet snow and warm weather has made riding there impossible. Maybe ok for a fatbike but regular 2.5 studded tires just went through the 4-5 inches of wet sloppy snow and spun. Not too different from deep dry sand. Very little steering control and no traction. Put the bikes away and had a nice hike in the snow.

    We may be at the end of decent riding this winter if we do not get a good freeze. Once it melts, the trails will be wet and sloppy. They will close until it dries out.

    Good thing I am headed for the Caribbean next week

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    Re: Bradbury conditions

    I bet it was awful.

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    I found the same thing, I cant wait to get back out there...

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