I use unicorn semen and microbeads.
(Sorry I'm of no use here I just pay for stans)
Again props to Peter for 7th. We rode it today after the rain and much of the trail was almost dry due to the way the trail drains. I was expecting to be a dripping mess by the time I got to the bottom.
Props to Mark Wood and Digger for giving us the skills and tools to lay down a load of trail today, including this:
I have to say that my placement of the ferns is absolutely sublime. LOL etc….
Nice work! Is that the Fromme climber?
I took almost five years off riding and I found it quite strange when I came back and I was in the minority now riding with full shin and elbow pads and a FF helmet! Wearing a FF has saved my face twice in the past. I think I might try one of these hybrids as I feel way too exposed in my half shell, but don't want to ride up climbing trails in the full face.
I've really been enjoying a new lap on Fromme: 7th / leopard / Crinkum / Crankum / Upper KOS / parking lot, on a hardtail no less.
Thanks to Peter (?) for slinging extra dirt and refreshing woodwork throughout these trails. It's always nice to mix things up and be pleasantly surprised.
Same here. It's one of my favorite routes right now and I'm also on a hardtail. Sometimes I miss the old straight down Kirkford chunder chute though, but at least there are still some ladders on the Crinkum high route and Kirkford. The little left then quick right climb on Leppard after the uphill bridge is still getting me almost every time darn it! But it's good to have a challenge to work at!
With all the nice work on Seymour I'm starting to explore more up there. Is riding Baden Powell from GSM to Forever After kosher? I ask because I did some searching here before posting and all I can find is a three year old post from Woodro saying don't do it, but it provides no justification. When looking at Trailforks, this is the most logical route to me if you don't want to ride Dale's. I'm riding a hardtail that I'm still getting used to and don't feel like going down Dale's the first time I try this route. Is riding this section of the BP prohibited or just terrible or something else? I can't see riding the powerline being preferable and judging by the Strava heatmap, many are indeed riding this route! So somebody enlighten me please :D
Moving to 650b I think I am going to miss the Maxxis Super Tacky compound for winter! The 3C is great, but at least when you wear down a ST tire, the compound is the same sticky goodness all the way through! With the 3C you wear through to 70a which can lead to some fun times!
Anyways, I run DHF front and will switch the rear to DHRII for winter when the current DHF rear wears out.
Rode UOC for the first time in a long time today. It was really fun. The first third is pretty much the same as it ever was. That massive new rollercoaster type thing is awesome. The new skinnies are very nicely done, a fun option.
There were enough hard g-outs and sharp hits that I was wishing for my full face.
Upper and Lower Cripplers were running fine.
The Cripplers are also on my stop being a pussy and ride them list before the rain comes back list. Those will definitely be full face trails for me!