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  1. #1
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    Mar 2006

    Its mud season

    I know its been a LONG winter but many of the trails north of the shore line still have snow and several inches of mud as the ground warms up.
    Please try & refrain from riding until the ground firms up again.
    It does create trail damage rather quickly and with all the storm clean up from last year and this past winter its one less thing the local gnomes have to repair and worry about.
    Life in every breath

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    Delirious Tuck
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    Jan 2008
    +1. True dat...

    Word is most of Westchester County is rideable so do yourself a favor and explore Blue Mt while the CT trails dry out.

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    Good advice, of course. Still, I suspect there are a lot of riders very eager to hit the trails but too far from Westchester to travel there for a ride. The solution is to be mindful of trail conditions, dismounting in muddy and other unstable areas. That said, there are some trail networks that are still simply unrideable and should be completely avoided.

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    Trails in Southeast CT in good shape. Road Bluff Point, Rocky Neck and Hartman (s.p.?) and all were dry for the most part. Ride on!

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