Our trails are great right now! All our trails North of town we’re groomed tonight. We’ll get everything else groomed over the next couple of days as well. Most sections have plenty of snow and are in great shape. Some sections still have some wet spots, but there aren’t a lot. Even the trail by the Wall at Riverside is greatly improved after we filled in what we could with snow and pulled a drag over it. Get out and enjoy some riding!
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We groomed last night and again this morning. We covered most of our Michigan trails (that’s the trails towards Chittenden and we also go out to RD59 towards Barnard this morning and to services. Overall conditions are really good. In areas, there are still some wet spots and some bare spots. As always, use caution. Have fun out there!
Our trails are generally in good shape now. There is still ice underneath the snow in areas, so use caution. It’s 39 degrees in town right now and the snow is soft and wet. Cold temps should be back overnight and stick around hopefully for awhile. We’ll be out grooming when possible to get things back into great shape as soon as we can. Have fun and as always, ride with caution!
Just a reminder that tomorrow is the 2nd Thursday of the month and our monthly club meeting at 7 pm. I realize it’s also Valentine’s Day, but we also have a special birthday to celebrate plus the Clear has a Paint ‘n Sip event happening too. Bring your valentine and join us. There may be cake…Thanks to all who help us.
The snow has started and we’re supposed to get enough to help get the trails back into good shape. Groomer should be out in the morning. If you ride tonight or tomorrow, right with caution. Ice will still be there, just covered up. Hopefully the snow sticks to it! When riding in fresh snow, try to help pack down by not riding in the same track as everyone else. That just helps us when we groom.
And we’re on twitter – all posts to our site will update there as well and we will see about other ways we might use it, such as quick tweets from the trail..etc.
Hi folks ~ we have a bit more warm weather and rain to get through, but then colder temps begin tomorrow night. The rain/warmer temps have caused the valley trails to be soft as I could see along Rte. 100. Higher elevations/wooded areas would be less impacted. Colder weather will help freeze things back up. As always, please use caution when riding, especially crossing streets and at intersections. Think SNOW!!!
Looks like another warm up this week, followed by some rain towards the end of the week. It doesn’t look like it will have too much of an impact since our trails are in great shape and we survived heavy rain two weeks ago, we can certainly survive some light rain and warmer temps. As always use caution if you are out riding. Looks like we get back into some cold weather Friday night.
Groomer was out again last night. So all our trails have been groomed since last Friday now. They are starting to shape up and with more snow today/tonight and cold temps we should continue to see them improve. Just be aware there are still some wet spots and water holes on the trails. Ride with caution as always and expect hazards to still be out there.
All the trails in our Michigan (73/74/745) area have been groomed between Friday and Saturday. This is where the best riding is. We also groomed to Rd59 last night via 100S. That is also in good condition. The rest of our trails will be groomed when possible. Many sections are in rough shape with bare spots or standing water. Use caution when riding. Weather this week looks good so we expect conditions to improve. We are lucky to be in the shape we’re in considering the number of trails we have near water and what the water did in some sections. I’ve posted some pictures below. The trail by the wall at riverside is a river. We recommend avoiding this until we can get permission to detour around or fix it.