Thanks for the updateHad some time off and took a ride to Clayton this afternoon. There is quite a lot of glazed ice still on the trails. Where the ice is gone, the trails are really wet and soft. Don't expect to have good conditions until some extended warm weather continues.
I was there on Sunday. The trails are mostly dry with a few muddy spots as Michael has said. This area (http://local.google.com/?ie=UTF8&ll=40.160157,-74.50549&spn=0.002739,0.00625&t=h&z=18) was covered with snow, but was rideable. It felt great to get out again.I took the family hiking/Geocaching there yesterday since it's down the road . It was a beautiful day!
Most of the trails were good... there were a few muddy spots. There were even a few guys out there riding. The muddy spots didn't seem bad enough to leave deep ruts (the kind that stay forever) I would imagine it will be most enjoyable to ride on one of the cooler mornings.
A friend of mine hiked Clayton yesterday (Saturday) and said it was dry except for one 20' stretch, otherwise all good.anyone been to clayton this weekend? Looking to get out riding tomorrow and debating which park to hit first.... wondering if the trails are rideable there or not.
Go by yourself and enjoy, its a giant figure 8, its impossible to get lost there. Or go to Allaire and lend a hand with the trail maintenance crew.Inside joke. Its an unofficial map Well both of my friends bailed out last minute so I'm not going after all. Maybe next week.