I checked it out this morning. It's pretty decent, especially for a guy like me that hasn't ridden in a very long time, there were quite a few places I had to get off and walk up.... It was a little hard to see the trail because of all the leaves, but I think I did ok. The numbered posts, are they mile markers?
I have been riding there a lot lately, its close to my work. The trail needs much work, it still has hurricane damage. Who does the trail maintenance? Being that its a paid park, can we still help?
Up in north jersey everything is still closed out for riding with the snow and ice. Headed down to Cheesequake for the first time to get in some laps.
It is a short trail which has been very recently cleared and has good flow, 2.3miles on the gps. Lots of log-rollovers.
As of today conditions there were great, no snow on the trails. Got there very early to beat the thaw. There are a few frozen tire ruts in fast sections to watch out for.
Been riding there the past couple of weekends(except this Sat), but will be going in the morning. I'm a beginner myself so anywhere I ride is a fun ride. My guide who has riden there over the years also says the trails need some maintaining but still fun and good workout. Last Sun. we burned a little over 5000 calories according to 1 of the apps on his phone. Looking forward to going to Allaire, Hartshorne, 6 Mile and others once I get in better shape and my riding skills improve. Also, riding a different bike every time we go is not to my liking either, but have to do so until my bike is delivered. Taking gopro out for maiden filming tomorrow, will figure out how to post video