St. Joseph Mountain Biking
Trails are muddy but ridable! Pythons are a poor tire choice. I rode 90 percent of 2 laps this afternoon. Just watch the rock creek crossing and the logs. The off-camber areas are a little slick. I rode everything but the hill behind the tennis courts. My tires didn't cut ruts, just slid around. Watch your spped going into the corners and have a blast.
Thanks for the tips Jim... Lansen, Rusty & I rode the same laps twice last night. I think after the second lap we got some of the slime off the trails... only a few "Whoah" were blurted out by us. Definitely want to slow down BEFORE the turns & watch the slopped sections.There was another sighting of those ROUS... I think since there were three of us, it appeared hesitant so we were able to slip by unharmed.Incredibly dead calm, warm & humid weather on the first lap and by end of the second you could tell bad weather was rolling in. Lansen & I were going to do a third lap but felt drops.Lansen, did you miss the storm... cause when I got home it started dumping & blowing really hard!Freezing rain & Snow later today... yeah!
Got a little wet. Made it home okay though. Good ride guys - definitely worth a little mud on the bike!
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