Tuesday, 17 March 2015

dry lines

the only good thing about the windy conditions is that it rapidly dries out the ground and thanks to walkers trampling the ground a dry line had formed on even some of the worst sections of mud.
The trail pixies have been busy too and the Kids trail has gained a couple of drops, which we noticed as we pedalled up to the start. Trouble is it's jut these kind of feature that might make this trail get closed down. If an inexperienced rider has a bad fall here and emergency services are involved it'll bring the trail to the attention of the rangers who I'm sure will take a dim view especially in this day and age of litigation.
ride 26
19  miles
total 426
commute 154

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