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    How's Velo or Hulls Gulch?

    I am itching to go riding this afternoon...supposed to be 41 degrees! Does anyone have any idea how Velo or Hulls is?
    Thanks, Nick

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    I rode lower Hulls on Friday and Saturday afternoons and it was dry enough to ride. Considering we haven't had any moisture, it should be fine. However, I wouldn't head down the Freeway or try Sidewinder, the bottom of which is totally hammered.

    Also, you can always check R2R's blog on trail conditions here: http://ridgetorivers.blogspot.com/ There's usually an update about Hulls.

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    Hulls-Freeway is good. All of Trail 5 is good as well. The first part of Sidewinder is starting to dry out so there should be a ride-able line that will be good for today or tomorrow.
    Avoid Corrals, Bob's (the top is a mess), most of the Mil Reserve have long muddy sections... After a few days of sun and 50+ degree weather, it should get better..

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    Rode Velo this afternoon...muddy in alot of sections...Rabbit Run was muddy in sections as well as D's Chaos!

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    Velopark, Seamans Gulch, Pole Cat, and the trails by the Veterans Cemetary hold a lot of moisture and aren't typically useable in the winter unless frozen, regardless of how dry the rest of the trails may be.

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    So now the are muddy and RUTTED............................

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    oh no Fred they aren't...picked up the bike and walked through it...didn't rut it up for ya!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nicksstorm
    oh no Fred they aren't...picked up the bike and walked through it...didn't rut it up for ya!

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