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    I know im overdue for a workday so this may not carry any weight but....two berms at the beginning of marks art and one at the bottom of endo valley would be sweet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bamwa View Post
    I know im overdue for a workday so this may not carry any weight but....two berms at the beginning of marks art and one at the bottom of endo valley would be sweet.
    Let me know when you can come out and we can make it happen.
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    I have one of your screnche's. It went through the wash, so it's all shiny now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yosmithy View Post
    I have one of your screnche's. It went through the wash, so it's all shiny now.
    Maybe bring it to a future Trail Crew outing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Austin Ridge Riders View Post
    Maybe bring it to a future Trail Crew outing?
    I would have never expected that response

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    Quote Originally Posted by yosmithy View Post
    I have one of your screnche's. It went through the wash, so it's all shiny now.

    Did you just call me a bisch?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bamwa View Post
    Did you just call me a bisch?!
    I think that makes a good feature name

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    Walnut will be fine to ride tonight if you need to get yours in before the potential rains on Tuesday. Tacky... Tuesday/Wednesday would have been regularly scheduled Hero dirt

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    Quote Originally Posted by FJsnoozer View Post
    Walnut will be fine to ride tonight if you need to get yours in before the potential rains on Tuesday. Tacky... Tuesday/Wednesday would have been regularly scheduled Hero dirt
    Thank you to the ARR Trail Crew for some great work today on some problem spots along the trail system. Take time to notice some of the drainage improvements in the Powerline Flow and Endo Valley areas. The drainage berm on the second highest berm on Powerline Flow was smoothed as suggested.

    Some drainage berms have also been added at a number of places where the natural surface trail intersects the concrete trail to keep silt off the concrete.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Austin Ridge Riders View Post
    Thank you to the ARR Trail Crew for some great work today on some problem spots along the trail system. Take time to notice some of the drainage improvements in the Powerline Flow and Endo Valley areas. The drainage berm on the second highest berm on Powerline Flow was smoothed as suggested.

    Some drainage berms have also been added at a number of places where the natural surface trail intersects the concrete trail to keep silt off the concrete.
    Come out Wednesday morning for another session. Details and RSVP here:
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    Trails were so much fun that my ARR water bottle decided it didn't want to leave. Not sure where I lost it, but if you picked one up today thanks.
    Currently 3.0". With hard work and dedication I hope to see 2.8" maybe even 2.6"

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    Quote Originally Posted by FatBoyOnaDiet View Post
    Trails were so much fun that my ARR water bottle decided it didn't want to leave. Not sure where I lost it, but if you picked one up today thanks.
    When you are coming down the last trail in Tangle of Trails, there's a nice mini wall on the left, that takes you into a sharp right turn, to another berm. You know the one. I put your bottle in the crook of a small tree on the right side just before the mini Wall. I'll try to look at a map and get you the segment numbers.

    Things were still a little greasy here and there; we're due for a bit less than an inch of rain tomorrow. If that happens, even with warm temps and breeze, it's going to be until this weekend before things start to be really dry.
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    The heavens have opened up once again. WC will be too muddy to ride for a while. Since it's too muddy to ride, here is a great opportunity to give back to the trails we love:

    Join the ARR Trail Crew tomorrow. We will be addressing drainage issues to help make the trails more resilient so that they dry out more quickly for everyone to use after a rain event.

    Details and RSVP here: https://www.meetup.com/mountainbikes...nts/243719802/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Austin Ridge Riders View Post
    The heavens have opened up once again. WC will be too muddy to ride for a while. Since it's too muddy to ride, here is a great opportunity to give back to the trails we love:

    Join the ARR Trail Crew tomorrow. We will be addressing drainage issues to help make the trails more resilient so that they dry out more quickly for everyone to use after a rain event.

    Details and RSVP here: https://www.meetup.com/mountainbikes...nts/243719802/
    Thanks to all who came out this morning to take care of some critical drainage issues. WC is currently very muddy. Hoping some wind and sun will dry things out a bit.

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    At 3 pm many of the trails that are in the sun looked good, but bikes were coming back to the parking lot muddy. It would be best to give the trails another day of sun before riding them.

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    Anyone get out there this morning? Should be good to go tomorrow morn?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockshins View Post
    Anyone get out there this morning? Should be good to go tomorrow morn?
    Would imagine the trails should be good to go by morning. If anyone can report, that would be appreciated.

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