Poto: Brighton

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Re: Poto: Brighton

Postby ahopkins1988 » January 13th, 2019, 4:15 pm

Rode Torn Shirt for the first time today. Maybe not the best trail to ride after not riding for a long time, after all of the holiday food and booze, and 23 degrees out, but it was fun. Trail is perfect. Talked to Don for a bit in the parking lot after too. Nice to meet you!

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Re: Poto: Brighton

Postby DynoDon » January 13th, 2019, 5:58 pm

All the trails were great in Brighton there were some greasy spots in the sunny areas late, but no big deal, sure was fun, I got to see Joe McNiel out the blitzing, that guy is fast,,, I was setting on a bench on the phone I seen someone flying, I know him and though it was him, he went by without stopping, I knew he was on the clock.. LOL... I seen him in the parking lot,,, I should have told him I did Torn Shirt in 32 minutes.. LOL he's not stupid, he wouldn't believe me... LOL but he is stupid fast,, Torn Shirt in 34 minutes or better.. zooooooooooom....... thats fast.. great to see him, and all the other people out there, riding, hiking, running, lots of people smiling..great day..
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Re: Poto: Brighton

Postby rcab23 » Today, 9:33 am

Murray lake/lost loop section was great yesterday at 530pm. The beginning is soft and wet still, everything there after was pretty much covered in leaves and great to ride. Still soft here and there, not super fast so a little more time and it will be great. id say its probably hero dirt if you go early in the AM. Im extremely out of shape though so i felt slow and gassed.
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