Sometimes when you are done digging you like to shred the work you just did - but today was another day where I had my bike with me, but after digging I decided to opt-out of the almost obligatory shred time. Up on the llmtn digs a lot of times I am just too tired and want to get back home for the 5:30 crack-a-beer time and pass on riding. On other days it is because I'm just too wet and soaked from the rain... But today upon finishing the outy berm coverage I wanted (with some help from the infamous walmart shredder), I had some other thoughts...
why would one pass this shred up? Cause I had mt molly loop trail (sorry i don't remember the new name yet) on my mind. It was sunny, the precip' averages were recently low and when coupled with higher temps I thought that, probably my favorite line in all of capitol forest was holding the potential to be less puddly and ready to ride .
The gamble was a good one, she was beautifully puddle free and pinning it! And little did I figure in the awesome work that has taken place on her, (thanks father graham and the focf crew) that made her well drained and dual trough-less!
IMO funnest gradual descent grade with smashing cadence in our woods! (the middle to lower sections before turning into trail #40 (again sorry new name?) down to c-line crossing:)).
Sorry if I have to say "Pinning It" it once more, it deserves it!