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    No good STAY OFF the trails

    good friend of mine has a property at Albion Hills and said that even though the rangers posted signs not to go in due to trail conditions...there was still ppl riding on the trails...
    If you know ppl who are planning on going to these local places, PLEASE try to convince them NOT TO extra couple of weeks is not going to kill, and we can NOT afford to loose another park due to some ppl's stupidity
    food 4 thought....
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    Hey TT (seatpost is working out fine by the way)...when you hear the trails are fine for riding, please post here. I remember riding at Albion in late April last year and things were good, though much better by mid-May.

    Anyone know when Mansfield is usually rideable?

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    Quote Originally Posted by noonievut
    Hey TT (seatpost is working out fine by the way)...when you hear the trails are fine for riding, please post here. I remember riding at Albion in late April last year and things were good, though much better by mid-May.

    Anyone know when Mansfield is usually rideable?
    Last year at Easter rode out at Mansfield. Mansfield is very sandy there were patches of snow but none actually on the trail - under the trees. Don't know what it's like this year but pics from the race at Durham still had snow from last Sunday. I'll probably drive out to Durham for a hike this weekend to look at the trails.

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    I was just about to ask if anyone know about the condition in albion.

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    Should say "Stay off WET Trails"

    I've been riding for 2 weeks now,

    Yes, I have dry trails that I am able to do a quick loop on, thanks to good drainage and good sun exposure.

    But everything else is muddy, so get some road miles in..

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    Quote Originally Posted by noonievut
    Hey TT (seatpost is working out fine by the way)...when you hear the trails are fine for riding, please post here. I remember riding at Albion in late April last year and things were good, though much better by mid-May.

    Anyone know when Mansfield is usually rideable?
    glad to hear bud.....

    we'll hook up fer sure this season for some loops around albion
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