Hooper is the new Beast

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Hooper is the new Beast

Post by robc » Sat Oct 09, 2010 12:12 pm

Wow did that trail get technical since April! I swear I had to unclip a dozen or more times. Its not any one problem, a few face slappers but not really a major problem, a few rutted climbs but again not so much to ruin your ride. Its just darn technical, which is kind of nice in contrast to the paceline style of riding at comite.

The impossible hill is certainly living up to its name now, all those rocks we laid and buried last spring have eroded down to just rocks.
Oh well, I'm done doing trail work for a little while. Maybe in November.
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Re: Hooper is the new Beast

Post by reddog » Sat Oct 09, 2010 4:55 pm

I used to buff Hooper less than Comite because riders had asked me to "leave it tough". This summer was other reasons. Nice to have a challenge somewhere out there isn't it?
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