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    having fun riding alot....

    around...

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    Great evening for a ride. Trails were dry and the downhills were very fast

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    be a little bit slick today...
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    where are the trails dry? we've had maybe 1 day of sun surrounded by weeks of rain.

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    duff is good, palgrave also. some trails around the humber... these are local for me...

    i suspect ganaraska and horseshoe area would be ok also due to the sand...
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    i rode Iroqouis Heights the other day....very sloppy and large trenches of mud that will swallow you up and if your lucky spit you back out.

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    any trail that has alot of clay and poor drainage tends to be sloppy... best to avoid those locations and stick to sandy trails until things dry up.
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    Anyone been to Puslinch lately? Or Hilton? How's Kelso drying up? Anyone? Bueller? Bueller?
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    Horseshoe, Copeland and Hardwood are good to go.

    We raced at Kelso a few weeks ago, it was fine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jawz
    i rode Iroqouis Heights the other day....very sloppy and large trenches of mud that will swallow you up and if your lucky spit you back out.
    i was there today. rear tire was packed with mud and made it feel like i was running slicks. pretty lame. the problem is that these are the only types of trails we have and they're usually like this all season.

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    Just got back from Puslinch, a little slippery in a few spots with the rain the past few days. I'm sure it'll be good later today and dry by tomorrow though.

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