Dang, fugitive down!We hit the other side of DuPont today after a late start and a flat and broken spoke on @Bizarro bike. @Santapez had to work... can you imagine? so we used TrailForks, maps, and whoever yelled the loudest to decide our loop.
Wilke and Cascade were big hits today. Along with red meat and ice cream.
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It’s time for baggies. You still look like a cop.A third day at DuPont. Fawn Lake, Airstrip, and Bridal Veil Falls. Then doubled back and did Ridgeline again. Less miles today but still some hard climbs and great scenery.
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@Santapez says meth isn't really a problem but I have evidence to the contrary.
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Investments in trails make me smile.
If anyone here has ridden in Old Fort (Kitsuma/Heartbreak Ridge), it was a possibility that the trails could get kind of crappy since Kitsbow went out of business and the two major trails are major commitment trails.
State is now dumping 2.5 million dollars into building new trails there. Should be helpful to revitalize the downtown and give more options for trails so there's more draw than a couple big name trails.
There's a trail they have to shutdown near my house to bikers in the summer as it's too popular with hikers. So they're now in the middle of a 300k trail build with professional builders to build a mtb specific trail in parallel so bikers have their own trail during the summer.
I can confirm all the trails here have gravity.San-Lee has separate trails. And directional. Lots of people, limited conflicts. Something right is happening down there. (Might be up there to you)
They also had a gravity section and a pump track