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    Hmm. Stay I'll stay tuned on this if you will. I may hit MB on Saturday if conditions allow. Do you have a time in mind?

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    I/we may as well, if the wet weather continues. Toto, the three of us are from H'ville and Gallatin.

    Be advised, there is an awesome trail to the east, on Cordell Hull Lake, Defeated Creek. About the same drive time.

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    Relating to the huge oak down on the North Slope, this afternoon I made a go-around to the right. It includes going over a log, parallel to the trail. I planted a couple of rocks to help get the front tire over without immediately slipping (it was drizzling). Test-rode it and found that you need to get your weight waaay back (which is kinda tricky after hopping your front wheel up) or you'll wind up on your head. No mishap for me, but it was close.

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    As to trail conditions on Thursday, better than Percy Warner…

    Actually conditions were good. Soils firm and came across only a couple of very small puddles. Thought I was going to freeze when I started out (50 and windy), in shorts and short, but warmed up nicely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by homer View Post
    Relating to the huge oak down on the North Slope, this afternoon I made a go-around to the right. It includes going over a log, parallel to the trail. I planted a couple of rocks to help get the front tire over without immediately slipping (it was drizzling). Test-rode it and found that you need to get your weight waaay back (which is kinda tricky after hopping your front wheel up) or you'll wind up on your head. No mishap for me, but it was close.
    Or do the two or three or four step over this feature.

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    As to trail conditions on Thursday, better than Percy Warner…

    Actually conditions were good. Soils firm and came across only a couple of very small puddles. Thought I was going to freeze when I started out (50 and windy), in shorts and short, but warmed up nicely.
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    good trail recon. is it just me or does Sunday afternoon look compelling?

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    Trail was good this morning, I was in by 9, out by 10:45. I hit red all the way around to the Y-bridge, white all the way back through rabbit run, red back around to Back Blue, then back down to the Y-bridge and out. Everything was clear, the roots were wet and slick, a few squishy spots on the whole thing, but overall quite good. The air is dry, and things were starting to dry out with the sun shining strong, so even though it's not going to be hot, things should improve over the weekend.

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    Thank you to the park ranger out there this morning taking out the huge fallen tree on Back Yellow North Slope

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    Thanks, Ranger Eric! Would have been glad to give you a hand!

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    Be careful out there. The creek crossing are extremely slick. Had a buddy go down, coming out of the yellows. Dislocated his ankle, 90 degrees. Fortunately, our other buddy is a physician and set it on the side of the creek. That is not to say that he didn't remain in extreme pain. Thanks to the MBSP rangers, EMTs, and volunteer rescue for helping to get our comrade out and to the ER.

    Trail conditions were outstanding,…except for the creeks.

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    Owwwwww!

    Broke my finger out there last year about this time on a creek crossing when the current pulled the bike out from under me. Hope your buddy is ok!
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    Gary, I hate to hear that. I might ride there tomorrow but will be very very very gentle with the creek crossings. I hope he has a full recovery.
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    Yeah man, hope your friend gets to feeling better soon, that's rough. Thanks for the heads up, we've got a Clarksville group meeting up at around 2 this afternoon. Anyone else can take that as an invite or a warning, whichever you choose.

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    Thanks, guys! I expect he'll see the posts in the next day or so. He went down around 11, we got him to Hwy 70 and in the SUV heading to Baptist a little after noon, was still in the ER late yesterday afternoon. Will have surgery this week. Prayers for speedy recovery appreciated. He's one of, if not the best technical rider that I know. A dang shame that a slimey creek bed put him down.

    He's the second or third friend to go down in that crossing this season, that I know of. I almost lost it at the crossing between Big Tree and the Y-bridge a couple of visits ago. My advice is, when crossing, no brakes and no steering. If I remember, my next trip, I'd like to bring a telescoping roller pole and a stiff bristle brush to work the slime off.

    Be careful out there!

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    thanks for the posts Gary. I hope your friend is feeling better soon and able to ride before snowfall

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    Hopefully he will have a fast recovery. The creeks get slimy and i've had my fair share of near disasters on the one crossing on green. As Gary said stay off the brakes and use your momentum to get you across and try not to turn or lean. If not get off and walk. Better to have wet feet than going down on those rocks with any speed.

    Thanks for the fixes on North Slope Gary.
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    btw, Gary is correct, all of the rescuers did a great job and it was awesome to have a physician on hand to get your joints back into place. What he didn't mention was what a great job that he did in getting his buddy out of the trail. Thanks Gary!

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    There is a tree down across the trail about 1/4 of the way up Charlotte"s ridge, it's a job for a chainsaw not a handsaw

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    Thanks for the heads up on the creek crossings. I went across them slow and still almost went down on my last time across yellow entry. Made the mistake of steering instead of staying committed to my line. :( Even with big fat tires it almost happened but they probably saved me by holding on a little longer. So do what Austin said. Once you commit to a line in a creek crossing, that is it. I crossed the creeks at least 10 times today and almost messed up on my last crossing. I never cross those creeks with any speed at all. Not on Blue or yellow or perimeter trail after the Y bridge or on Haney Branch crossings.

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    I have have went down on the creek crossing just before you start up the hill to get to the Y bridge it' no fun when you do, also to I was the yellow side of the race loop and I nearly ran over a hiker out there.
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    Great shape today. A handful of puddles, but the soils were just right. Go straight and easy at the creek crossings. Way slick.

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    One thing I have noticed riding at ma bell. Because of the erosion and more root exposure, the trail tread is not as fast as it used to be in my opinion. Maybe it is just me but does it seem that way to anyone else? Just asking. I love riding there and think it will get you in better shape than any trail in this area. Wish I could make it there more but with the traffic in Nashville getting worse all the time, it makes the commute a little longer than it used to be. I managed to ride there late yesterday afternoon at it was in pretty good shape but that storm Wednesday night did a number on it.
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    Yeah, Robert, it's way rougher than it was when I first went out there. All the trails are. The roots growing and getting more exposed due to erosion. The natural thing, I guess. I'm having roots from a River Birch tree peeking up though the grass in my lawn at home.

    Robert, if it ever quits raining, check out Defeated. I expect it's been a while since you've been there. You'll remember what a great trail it is.
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    Root exposure is a natural part of trail deterioration. A concerted effort can be put forth once it's "bad enough" to remove roots if that's the direction things need to go, but this is part of the reason people think no one builds technical trail, and they like their 20, 30, 50 (some CCC trails are 80+ years old) year old trails. They don't realize that all those exposed roots weren't there when the trails were built.

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    Trees at heartbreak hill and charlottes ridge are clear

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    Another biggun fell on north slope, on the dip before the climb before the tabletop if that makes sense. Probably 1.5 - 2 ft diameter. Otherwise the trail was in good shape!

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    Trail is in good shape. Yellow is bone dry, blue is tacky in some areas, and green is dry too. Trees down close to the table top left hand turn before you climb up and right hand turn towards the table top. Tree down by goat path entrance and another tree down by the three way intersection of boundary, main and backward, just before you get there from main trail. Get out and enjoy, watch the water crossings on yellow, it's getting slimie.
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    Other than some face slappers, trail was in good shape yesterday. The tightness of the trails with the growth reminds me of riding in mountainous areas in North Georgia and North Carolina. Also on north slope, saw a mamma doe, with two fawns parked right on the trail. the fawns are so young they are just learning to walk. Got around them by walking and out of there as fast as possible because mom was in a tizzy.
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    I was ridding at Mont Bell today and saw the three trees that Username reported as being down back in march, they are still down and to big for a handsaw

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    Also, there's a new one at the intersection of Yellow and Green at Crooked Tree. There is a raised one on Cat Track that a handsaw might get.

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    Yesterday cleared tree near tabletop, tree near 3 way intersection, and tree at yellow/green crooked tree cut.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mbsp eric View Post
    Yesterday cleared tree near tabletop, tree near 3 way intersection, and tree at yellow/green crooked tree cut.
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    Much obliged, Ranger Eric!

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    Rode Sunday before the rain but forgot to post.

    Very large tree down on Lonesome Blue, closer to the main entrance end than the 'Y' bridge end. Absolutely chain saw material.

    Also I cleared the previously mentioned smaller one on Cat Track.

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    The tree on Lonesome Blue is right at marker "31". The large, downed tree at the top of Charlotte, near the entrance of Goat Path, is still there.

    There are a lot of limbs down; many in blind corners - be careful. I cleaned some yesterday and plan to take a handsaw today to clear the rest.

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    Tree on Lonesome blue at "31" clear.

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    Thank you, sir.

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    Conditions are superb!

    Now there's a large, 10-12", tree down on top of Charlotte's Ridge, just before the entry to Goat Path.

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    Quote Originally Posted by homer View Post
    Conditions are superb!

    Now there's a large, 10-12", tree down on top of Charlotte's Ridge, just before the entry to Goat Path.
    That's been there for two months I think. A buddy of mine posted a picture of his bike leaning up against it, and got crap for not just bunny hopping it.

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    Tree near goat path cleared. Smaller trees near "45" on yellow cleared also.

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    Thanks, Ranger Eric! You're the best!

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    Montgomery Bell Trail Conditions Here - everyone post!

    Thanks Eric for the heads up I was headed to that spot first thing in the morning to get it. The Montgomery Bell MTB Race is this coming weekend and I with a group of others will be out trimming the trails getting ready for it all day tomorrow. I will be out there around day break tomorrow. I have completed trimming the red trail over the last couple of days that we run the time trial on Saturday. Tomorrow we will be working on the race loop for Sunday's XC race. If anyone has time please come out and join us. A pair of hand shears can go a long ways.

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    Top of a leaning tree blocking the trail on White Pine at marker 25 (very close to perimeter trail). It's a serious face slapper although you can ride under/through it. There was another one a little further in but I was able to break the branches on that'n to clear the path. Couldn't do anything with this other one without a saw.

    Also on White Pine a little on either side of marker 24 are a couple smaller 6" trees down. Ridable by most I would guess.

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    Pre rode red loop and part of xc course Saturday. Missed some trail markers and ended up looping back on same trail, surface was great though!

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    Found two large trees down, yesterday. Been wracking my brain, but can't remember where they are. If anyone can help, post up locations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by homer View Post
    Found two large trees down, yesterday. Been wracking my brain, but can't remember where they are. If anyone can help, post up locations.
    One is on Red. On the last horseshoe incline before dropping to the first white trail option, Rabbit Run. Only one I saw, but I played mostly on white, with a bit of red and blue thrown in for the holiday.
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    Thanks, Lenchito. You are right, Kevkiser confirms it, just before Rabbit Run. Now for the othern. I can see it, made a mental note, but can't pull it up.

    I might have it…between the climb approaching and entering Flume Zoom???
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    Rode all blue, all white. Remembered my saw. All clear except for afore-mentioned tree before Rabbit and the one at Marker 25 on White Pine. I cleared one tree with the slappers, but there's still one fairly large one across the trail and I couldn't get it flat. Off the ground a bit but ridable. Except today, all roots and rocks were wet and slicker'n snot. Trail's not muddy.

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    The other large one is at top of the switchback climb between Chain Reaction and Flume Zoom.

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    Tree on red near rabbit clear.
    Tree on White pine near "25" clear.

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