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rorider

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Went to Ganny yesterday with a buddy. Almost no one there, it was great. Lots of fallen trees from the ice storm, but still very rideable and had a blast.
 

Hardwrkr13

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Rode both Tuesday and Wednesday and managed just over 100miles between the two days. Big thanks to those that rec the Maprika app as I had great success with it. Sure am having fun being back on a smoker this year.

Pines race this weekend also btw.
 

kiwi

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Rode both Tuesday and Wednesday and managed just over 100miles between the two days. Big thanks to those that rec the Maprika app as I had great success with it. Sure am having fun being back on a smoker this year.

Pines race this weekend also btw.
did you mean 100kms? I hope to try out Maprika out as well soon. Especially if the "friend" location thing works.
 

ZX600

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May 13, next weekend? That's the race at Ganny, correct?

BTW, any idea how does it look at Ganny after the **** storm on Friday?
I was there yesterday. Main trails and some of the more used single ones are fine. The less known ones have trees all over but it isn't that bad. A lot of people have done a lot of work to clean them out so overall in real good shape

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Mikel

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May 13, next weekend? That's the race at Ganny, correct?

BTW, any idea how does it look at Ganny after the **** storm on Friday?
It ticks me off they have the mini pine always on mothers day. I guess I'll never get to go so long there are mothers in my life. Lol

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Iceman

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It ticks me off they have the mini pine always on mothers day. I guess I'll never get to go so long there are mothers in my life. Lol

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I'm super lucky. Mothers day 2010 I raced at Mansfield. Fresh snow on the ground lined up at the start line, and my wife and kids there to cheer me on. Was a really wet muddy race, half the field quit, I took 3rd.
Thanks to my wife for allowing me to go.

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nearace

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I'm super lucky. Mothers day 2010 I raced at Mansfield. Fresh snow on the ground lined up at the start line, and my wife and kids there to cheer me on. Was a really wet muddy race, half the field quit, I took 3rd.
Thanks to my wife for allowing me to go.

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lol,she's a keeper ☺.
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kiwi

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I was there yesterday. Main trails and some of the more used single ones are fine. The less known ones have trees all over but it isn't that bad. A lot of people have done a lot of work to clean them out so overall in real good shape
Trails were in good shape. A few big trees down on some of the lesser used single tracks.. Thanks to the people who cleared. Some of those single tracks will need re-routing around the big trees
 

ZX600

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Trails were in good shape. A few big trees down on some of the lesser used single tracks.. Thanks to the people who cleared. Some of those single tracks will need re-routing around the big trees
Need less people riding and more people cutting :)
 

kiwi

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Need less people riding and more people cutting :)
I know for the Simcoe forests/tracts you need to be certified by the county to use a chainsaw, any idea for Ganaraska? I'd expect the same? You'd you to lug the chainsaw on your bike or hike the single track for a lot of the big blowdowns. or have a BIG handsaw :)
 
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Robp

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I'm super lucky. Mothers day 2010 I raced at Mansfield. Fresh snow on the ground lined up at the start line, and my wife and kids there to cheer me on. Was a really wet muddy race, half the field quit, I took 3rd.
Thanks to my wife for allowing me to go.

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LOL. I guess I'm "lucky" too that I'm "allowed" to do what I want in my adult life.

Some guys kill me when they say they can't do something because of their mother......,er, I mean....their wife.
 

Hardwrkr13

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I know for the Simcoe forests/tracts you need to be certified by the county to use a chainsaw, any idea for Ganaraska? I'd expect the same? You'd you to lug the chainsaw on your bike or hike the single track for a lot of the big blowdowns. or have a BIG handsaw :)
Doubt anyone is going to complain if you're clearing downed trees with a chainsaw. I managed to move some downed trees that were well above handsaw size but there's still plenty more I can't move. They're in there Thursday marking for the mini Pines race. I'll be in as many days as my body will allow from Wed-Sun.
 

Supernam

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I know for the Simcoe forests/tracts you need to be certified by the county to use a chainsaw, any idea for Ganaraska? I'd expect the same? You'd you to lug the chainsaw on your bike or hike the single track for a lot of the big blowdowns. or have a BIG handsaw :)
You need one of these.
 

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