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    Snow be gone!

    By end of day snow should be history and in the 50's! more winters like this!

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    and mud, mud, mud.

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    Snow stay! Temps like this are terrible. The ground thaws and becomes an un-ridable mess.

    What we need are couple of 20 degree nights with 32 degree days. Keeps the ground perfectly frozen.

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    Wink

    Mud, is one of the best things God created...

    ..besides snow!

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    Almost my entire trail system is mud free. Just wet slimy rocks. When I was building if there was a wet spot I just filled it with rocks. Then dumped a 5gal bucket of slime on them! Tech, I think you would appricciate the level you need to ride at to survive Friedman Farms.
    ahh...the sound of my hub when I coast.

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    I got out on Neversink today...
    Still some snow on the northern part of the mountain...

    I've been jonesing for some Mt. Penn A-Line runs... But I know it's too muddy up there.

    (I'm not afraid of mud... Just don't wanna jack up someones hard work)
    Quote Originally Posted by William Blake
    Great things are done when men and mountains meet. This is not done by jostling in the street .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eckstream1 View Post

    (I'm not afraid of mud... Just don't wanna jack up someones hard work)
    This has to be one of the most intelligent posts I've ever seen on MTBR!
    ahh...the sound of my hub when I coast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Got-Bike!! View Post
    This has to be one of the most intelligent posts I've ever seen on MTBR!
    Thank you!

    Don't forget to rep
    Quote Originally Posted by William Blake
    Great things are done when men and mountains meet. This is not done by jostling in the street .

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    Mud is great training for DH! and A-Line is meant to be ridden in all conditions.

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    Good job!

    Quote Originally Posted by Got-Bike!! View Post
    Almost my entire trail system is mud free. Just wet slimy rocks. When I was building if there was a wet spot I just filled it with rocks. Then dumped a 5gal bucket of slime on them! Tech, I think you would appricciate the level you need to ride at to survive Friedman Farms.
    Yes, rocks on rocks, very fun place to ride! Love it intensely

    Thanks for the opportunity to ride on your trails!

    Ride da fARm ...
    ...it will Rock You!

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