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Friday, April 2, 2010

Fruita, usa trail report for April 3, 2010

went out to the bookcliffs (AKA: the 18 mile) after work tonight with (*deleted*) and met up with 3 other guys for a quick scorch up Prime Cut to Zippity and finished off with a super fast blast down Kessel Run. we did that loop in about an hour with a brief respite to repair a broken chain. Kessel was groomed so nicely from the recent rains and riders it seemed like it had been swept clean with a broom.

considering how much precipitation has fallen in the area since wednesday, the trails are in remarkably fine condition. like buff-smooth and excellent.

several riders have reported similar trail conditions at the Kokopelli's trail area at Loma, and that Rabbit Valley is in top condition as well. there are a few puddles to deal with here and there, but for the most part, everything is DRY AND RIDING right now.

have a great weekend, everyone.

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