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Wow, great ride with Jimmy. The entire trail is in great shape, even the Ken Burton portion. Thanks for mentioning it Franchi.
Perfect day for MTB- Fresh breeze with overcast sky. Last time I climbed up Brown Mountain was in 2014. At that time the Ken Burton Trail was closed. Now is open and rideable. My first time descending and riding the 7 miles of Ken Burton Trail. It is my kind of ride.
don't go up. crazy wind. if you do have mask & goggles. really nasty.strong gust & you could barely see. peace
good ride mt. really washed out in some parts. alot of death. alot of ash. best to ride next spring. also saw a big rattlesnake had at least 7 or 8 rattles still alive. peace
We had 8 riders, Steve,Bob & Alan showed up from North Ranch boys, Norm, Phil, Al & Alan's wife strong rider's. We got wet twice, very nice trail work done.No problems at all.
overgrown. Arms warmers would have doubled as protection today. Gets dark and cold on the Gab, especially after a couple dips in the flowing river.
First time down KB. First impressions: ugh. Pretty overgrown. Switchbacks owned my ass. Got lost a couple times in the river bed even with turn by turn directions. PO everywhere! Just wanted to get back to the car asap. Sign me up for the next trail maintenance day there. Cant remember how many times I crossed over that dang river bed.
The Ken Burton singletrack is in good shape and not too overgrown. The exposed edge of the trail is very loose so stay close to the uphill side. If you don't like stream crossings (with lots of boulders), this is not the trail for you. Many were ride-able, but I stalled out in sand and ended up in knee deep water on one stream. Great scenery.
Ken Burton is in great shape. The Aroyo, on the other hand, wasn't as good of shape. Lots of deep (unridable) water crossings, sandy areas and complete trail erosion in some parts. You might want to wait on this one for a bit. Lots of snow melt coming down still.
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