With some recent dismantling apparently "not" by BPP it appears actions are being taken to please BPP. How far will this go? It's great that AlanB is taking steps to work on a solution and street cred his way. But has the towel been thrown and actions now one sided and geared towards only pleasing BPP? Little info is being communicated to the riders/biking community.
It now appears things need to be brought attention to the entire community. Word on the street bigger changes are imminent…loss of trails and structures. Do we wait until changes impact the biking community and remain silent? Is there a media opportunity here to inform the public? Perhaps this will encourage BPP to change its position?
BPP has been communicating changes in their policies. The communication to the builders has been sidetracked by dealing with the structures on NNL. Once the builders know what's up, the public will know next.
As of this year, BPP is closing down new trails. They're blocking them and covering the entrances with brush ASAP. No complaints from me on this. We can't build trails all over the place. BPP has always asked for a moratorium on new trails until a plan for the area is in place. Maintenance is okay, including minor re-routes.
What I'm hearing is that a new entrance to Sex Girl was built. This is good. The old entrance was less than ideal.
It sounds like the new entrance was mistaken for a new trail. This is not good. Reroutes should be okay. This can be resolved.
A volunteer will be on-site to check out the entrance to Sex Girl. Once we know what's going on we'll be contacting BPP to get this straightened out.
Thanks for using this forum to let everyone know what's going on on Cypress, but please keep the speculation down. It doesn't help.