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    Is Brushy Creek a one way trail?

    Is Brushy Creek a one way trail?

    If not, do most ride east to west or west to east?

    Thanks!

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    Not one way. Assuming we're talking about Deception proper (Officially renamed 1/4 Notch and Double Down) most riders tend to ride E to W.

    Most tend to ride Mulligan one way - pretty obvious not to start by going UP Cru Jones, though it's possible. IMO it flows much better the typical direction as well E to W.
    Most tend to ride Gnargasm one way E to W as riding UP the wooden berm is not too fun, again, it's doable.

    Note: Upper Picnic will be signed as one way W to E - this is due to the drops.
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    Thanks! Can you point me to a map with the trail names?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rider View Post
    Thanks! Can you point me to a map with the trail names?
    A user friendly map is in the works, actually 99% complete, but pending full sign off. Until then, the best thing is to use the blog, it contains the trail names, locations, etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rider View Post
    Thanks! Can you point me to a map with the trail names?
    Yeah and how about a map containing the names and locations of all the trail features too?!?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CBaron View Post
    Yeah and how about a map containing the names and locations of all the trail features too?!?

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    Maybe Cody could go out there and mark all the features with orange spray chalk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CBaron View Post
    Yeah and how about a map containing the names and locations of all the trail features too?!?

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    There have been some good examples posted on this thread about the maps that being developed for Brushy Creek. Other maps are being developed for many other trails. The volunteer time required to develop these maps and get them approved for public release is HUGE.

    Sometimes I think it might be good for "everyone" to know how much work is put in by many many people to create and maintain our trails. Then I wake up and recognize that would just take time away from creating and maintaining our trails.
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    I pulled this from another FB group I belong to https://video.relive.cc/strava_10377...3.mp4?x-ref=og

    I had never seen this app (yeah, I don't get out much) https://www.relive.cc/ Looks like a great way to document your rides that include picture, etc...

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    Quote Originally Posted by cxagent View Post
    There have been some good examples posted on this thread about the maps that being developed for Brushy Creek. Other maps are being developed for many other trails. The volunteer time required to develop these maps and get them approved for public release is HUGE.

    Sometimes I think it might be good for "everyone" to know how much work is put in by many many people to create and maintain our trails. Then I wake up and recognize that would just take time away from creating and maintaining our trails.

    ...I was making a joke based on the recent comments from clsmyth. Running gag style. Not unlike the never ending orange paint comments. (which are hilarious now)

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    Quote Originally Posted by yosmithy View Post
    I pulled this from another FB group I belong to https://video.relive.cc/strava_10377...3.mp4?x-ref=og

    I had never seen this app (yeah, I don't get out much) https://www.relive.cc/ Looks like a great way to document your rides that include picture, etc...
    Relive is sweet, you just link it to Strava or Garmin connect and within a few hours of you ride voila, video.

    This is a recent ride of mine at Brushy.
    Check out “Solo TnR at The Muthaland” on Relive!
    https://www.relive.cc/view/990833130


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    Quote Originally Posted by rugger View Post
    Relive is sweet, you just link it to Strava or Garmin connect and within a few hours of you ride voila, video.

    This is a recent ride of mine at Brushy.
    Check out “Solo TnR at The Muthaland” on Relive!
    https://www.relive.cc/view/990833130
    Very cool!

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    Wow.. Nice.

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    I like that!

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    Would be better if it showed the feature names. Stupid relive is medium.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bamwa View Post
    Would be better if it showed the feature names. Stupid relive is medium.
    Speaking of features, are there any plans to re-work Stink Finger? The first knuckle section seems like it's always a little wet, but by the time you get to the top of the fist portion, it's fairly dry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by yosmithy View Post
    Speaking of features, are there any plans to re-work Stink Finger? The first knuckle section seems like it's always a little wet, but by the time you get to the top of the fist portion, it's fairly dry.
    I heard they were going to re-work it, but it's going to be called Stinkfist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yosmithy View Post
    Speaking of features, are there any plans to re-work Stink Finger? The first knuckle section seems like it's always a little wet, but by the time you get to the top of the fist portion, it's fairly dry.
    Dude it's spelled Schtank Finger. Get it right.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheif View Post
    I heard they were going to re-work it, but it's going to be called Stinkfist.
    That sucks if they plan to remove the first and second knuckle..typical trail sanitizing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bamwa View Post
    Dude it's spelled Schtank Finger. Get it right.
    City wants to re-name it Stick Figure. Stink finger has a negative connotation. We don't want anything stinky.

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