mtwmbw wrote:The sign at the trail is changed either by Clay Lozier (trail manager) or the city folks. If you drive all the way there and the sign says "Closed" but you think it might be rideable, take a little test spin to see how the trail is. If your tires are picking up quite a bit of mud and there is any rutting, stop riding.
If you are looking on the forums and it says "Closed" or whatever we type that day, take it for what it says.
Open rock area- rocks scare me. Landahl has rocks but nothing 'easy'. Okay, family trail isn't to bad. And that small part thru Dave's Maze you have to thread thru. The short section out in the open really helps me get the feel of rocks.
"Dipity doo's" or low spots so water can have an escape route. It puts a little thrill into the ride dropping down 3 or 4 feet and back up.
What I don't like-
It's not in my back yard!
**Note to reader- I'm a newbie to mountain biking**
This was my second time at Stocksdale and I really like it. I get a little confused at some of the crossings. Wish they had some small sign. A few more visits and I'll be more familiar with the layout.
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