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    Muddy Everywhere?!

    How are the trails in the North and East end? I've been riding solely in the Burlington/Waterdown area and it's quite soggy still. I don't mind too much because when I ride here I'm never far from home but I'd rather not drive for an hour to another trail and get covered in mud.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ions
    How are the trails in the North and East end? I've been riding solely in the Burlington/Waterdown area and it's quite soggy still. I don't mind too much because when I ride here I'm never far from home but I'd rather not drive for an hour to another trail and get covered in mud.
    I'm going to take a guess and say that both Durham and Mansfield will be dry if not today by tomorrow especially Mansfield. These two places have very sandy soil and dry very quickly.

    I hope to head to buckwallow this weekend so I hope it's dry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ions
    How are the trails in the North and East end? I've been riding solely in the Burlington/Waterdown area and it's quite soggy still. I don't mind too much because when I ride here I'm never far from home but I'd rather not drive for an hour to another trail and get covered in mud.
    That's too bad....our trails (in Ottawa/Hull) are bone-dry and have been for a while. You should really make the ~5 hr drive up to Ottawa for the weekend and try-out the new Kanata Lakes trails...much different than Waterdown (which I've ridden many times). And, you can also try Calabogie, which is an O-Cup venue....very anti O-Cup, as courses go.
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    BAH! Stupid rain forecasted for tonite and tomorrow. Better rain than drought I spose. I should head out and do Mansfeild and Durham sometime soon. Ottawa is too far a trek for me for now. Maybe later this summer.

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