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    Upset Rain rain go away

    It is September 22. Is there anywhere within a couple hours drive of San Antonio that is dry enough to ride?

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    I know what you mean! Muddy here in Houston, TX. Took my first ride out at Memorial Park on Monday (quite muddy) and have been waiting to go back.

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    I was out at Garner last weekend and got a ride in at Government Canyon that Sunday. Came home to Corpus to flooded roads, and hasn't stopped raining for long since.

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    San Angelo State Park is dry. About 3-3.5 hrs northwest. X-Bar is likely dry also, distance about the same.
    A wise man once said: "Always Ride"

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    DFW is good to go. Check out Cameron Park in Waco, its prob good too.

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    FRR might be in good shape...just watch those shoes and tubes
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    Quote Originally Posted by anthonylokrn
    I know what you mean! Muddy here in Houston, TX. Took my first ride out at Memorial Park on Monday (quite muddy) and have been waiting to go back.
    Please dont ride wet trails. When the signs say "closed" the the trails are closed. Riding memorial park when it's closed only serves to damage the trail, divert trail crew resources to repair instead of improvement and generally damage mountain biker access advocacy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobdole
    Please dont ride wet trails. When the signs say "closed" the the trails are closed. Riding memorial park when it's closed only serves to damage the trail, divert trail crew resources to repair instead of improvement and generally damage mountain biker access advocacy.
    It was "open" and quite a few people were there.

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