Wild Cat Wednesday's!

JimN

Well-Known Member
Team MTBNJ Halter's
Bummer, but it looks like you were due for a new bike anyway :p

Has anyone ever actually rode white all the way up with out dabbing?
Heading up from the graveyard to the hawk watch, there are 2-3 steep climbs I've never made. I've cleaned it a few times in the other direction, but not every time.

If you look at the strava I linked you, you can see I cut off the hardest parts of white on a woods road to get over to orange faster, cutting off the boring parts of orange. If you do the same loop in the other direction, you'll find it a little bit easier.
 

roc

Active Member
Bummer, but it looks like you were due for a new bike anyway :p



Heading up from the graveyard to the hawk watch, there are 2-3 steep climbs I've never made. I've cleaned it a few times in the other direction, but not every time.

If you look at the strava I linked you, you can see I cut off the hardest parts of white on a woods road to get over to orange faster, cutting off the boring parts of orange. If you do the same loop in the other direction, you'll find it a little bit easier.
I’ll have to figure out how to follow a strava loop. I need to get an attachment to have the phone on the handlebars.
 

trailhead

JORBA: Wildcat/Splitrock
JORBA.ORG
We spend too much time on painting blazes, which hikers use, but often invisible to MTBers.
From Bat cave counter clockwise....Blue....Green....Yellow....Orange...will take you around the mountain.
If you hit a road and going CCW, go left and look for blazes.
All trails are on Trailforks app and openstreetmaps.org
 
the trailforks app has saved me a bunch of times from confusing situations. I haven't ridden enough lately to contribute more trails and edits... being busy sucks.