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    Lake Pleasant Trails?

    We were at Lake Pleasant Sunday cruising around on the seadoos and a thought that has crossed my mind many times came to me again. How awesome would a perimeter trail around Lake Pleasant be? It wouldn't have to ride the shoreline the whole way but rather dip down towards the water occasionally for a nice place to cool off or a possible hydration re-fill if needed.

    Has anyone else had these same thoughts? Does the system already exist and I am completely ignorant? Would it even be possible given some of the sensitive areas around the lake (ie.eagle breeding area)?

    Anyway that is all I have for now and just wanted to see what others knew and/or thought about this.

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    no, the eagles get distracted and can't perform

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    Quote Originally Posted by crAZy Irish
    We were at Lake Pleasant Sunday cruising around on the seadoos and a thought that has crossed my mind many times came to me again. How awesome would a perimeter trail around Lake Pleasant be? It wouldn't have to ride the shoreline the whole way but rather dip down towards the water occasionally for a nice place to cool off or a possible hydration re-fill if needed.

    Has anyone else had these same thoughts? Does the system already exist and I am completely ignorant? Would it even be possible given some of the sensitive areas around the lake (ie.eagle breeding area)?

    Anyway that is all I have for now and just wanted to see what others knew and/or thought about this.
    Personally, I think that area is more suited for a pump track. But that's just one man's opinion.
    Nobody gives a s#$t you singlespeed.

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    Yeah, it would be a great trail and to have the option to take a swim part way through your ride would be a nice plus. That and the fact that I live close to the lake.

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    how long would a trail have to be to go all the way around the lake?

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    Have them set up some insane bike jumps into the lake. That would cool people off. Of course that would be potentially bad for the bikes tho.

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