Clayton Park Conditions

Big Al

Well-Known Member
Clayton is in pretty good shape. A little bushy here and there and a little eroded at the top of downhill drop/last climb out. Otherwise, good to go.
 

dvizz

Member
Got in 14+ miles at Clayton today. Trails were firm and no wet areas besides riding past the pond. A good perk riding there is a microbrewery right down the road called Screamin Hill. Good brew. My favorite is American Strong.
 
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michael.su

JORBA Board Member/Chapter Leader
JORBA.ORG
A bit of ugly freeze/thaw greasiness today. More than I expected...It's not supposed to freeze tonight so maybe tomorrow afternoon will be better.
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I like the Cocoa Currant Porter.
 

michael.su

JORBA Board Member/Chapter Leader
JORBA.ORG
Any word on the conditions?
Based on my yard, and the temps, I'd say it's pretty wet. Most of our snow has melted leaving a lot of water behind. Within the next few days, it should all be gone then it will just need some time to dry out.
 
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qclabrat

Well-Known Member
how are conditions at Clayton?
scouring NJ for an interesting place to ride down south since Allaire is CLOSED
 

Strugglebus

Well-Known Member
I would imagine there is atleast a ton of debris ( small sticks and branches ) on the trails. I was planning to head over there on Tuesday after work.
 

Molasses

Active Member
Any current conditions updates? I went Sunday, assuming it would be dry because it seems to drain well, and turned around at the bottom of the hill by the fields as it was a mess. I am hoping for an after work ride tonight...
 

Scott

Member
Any current conditions updates? I went Sunday, assuming it would be dry because it seems to drain well, and turned around at the bottom of the hill by the fields as it was a mess. I am hoping for an after work ride tonight...
Molasses, did you go, and if so, post the status?... my thoughts were he same as yours, only for tonight.
 

Mitch

Well-Known Member
Team MTBNJ Halter's
Yellow light,
ridiable with a bunch of slick spots. Corn field drop in is a slick ride down, a couple of other slick spots and the usual water around the lake root section.
 

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