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    Albion Hills

    Can we ride there with normal mountain bikes or do we need a fat bike?
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    It would be veryyy hard to ride a normal bike. I would suggest at least 3inch tires

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    If you're abiding by their rules it is strictly fat biking only, on the black loop.

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    Ok thank you guys, I appreciate it. I can always just rent a bike. ☺️
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    Quote Originally Posted by serious View Post
    Ok thank you guys, I appreciate it. I can always just rent a bike. ☺️
    Any idea when you're planning on going?

    I'm usually there every few days but haven't bothered with the crap conditions since the latest thaw. I'm assuming its decent now. I'll be happy to report back here how it is the next few days.
    ..now just tinker with our bikes and feed the cats. - oldbear52

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    I finally decided to train indoors yesterday. Just too cold for me, especially for the long rides I am doing now. I did 3.5 hours.

    Today I will go on the road. But if you have a chance to report conditions, I certainly appreciate it.
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    Well it probably goes with out saying it ain't good at the moment. Went today. It was nice to see the trails fully covered in snow again but the temps where they are, and the next fews days forecast, I hate to say it but I won't bother returning unless we get another substantial snow fall.

    Also over heard someone say today is the first day they were open for xc skiing, and their season finishes tomorrow. Not sure if this is true, definitely sad if it is.
    ..now just tinker with our bikes and feed the cats. - oldbear52

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    Thank you for the update Greg.
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