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 Post subject: Harry Moss
PostPosted: Thu Dec 02, 2010 8:11 pm 
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OK, get ready, RIDE, well after some small work. Sat 9-11 come work, walk the trail get more trash off and put your eyes and loppers on the stuff we missed tonight a few punji sticks, maybe a few face slappers and toe catchers. I will bring some trash bags, a couple of loppers, and 1 madox, If you have any of these bring them..



There are a few "unridable" spots, for most, but over all it is ready. Tim has a rock garden that needs some work, there are some off camber turns, and a few tight areas, I want to know where to bench cut first and what needs finished, and it need riders to find them and tell me. So after a couple of hours of wrok lets ride at 11. This is not an easy loop so if you have a walk a few feet just be ready....

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 Post subject: Re: Harry Moss
PostPosted: Fri Dec 03, 2010 2:33 am 
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Just a suggestion, for this new rock garden/section: make the corridor with as little space off the rocks as possible as to delay the inevitable smooth easy line around the rocks. I still get irritated everytime I see this at OCNP.

Any chance one of the designer people do work out there Monday or Tuesdays? Working weekends sucks

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 Post subject: Re: Harry Moss
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I'll be out there next week not sure what days yet. Got quite a bit of bench cutting to do .

There is no way around this rock garden, its basicaly armoring a hill.

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 Post subject: Re: Harry Moss
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It's open go ride....Still needs some work, but it's all ridable.

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 Post subject: Re: Harry Moss
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tate wrote:
It's open go ride....Still needs some work, but it's all ridable.


How many miles is the trail ?

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 Post subject: Re: Harry Moss
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ATOMICPUNK wrote:
tate wrote:
It's open go ride....Still needs some work, but it's all ridable.


How many miles is the trail ?

and, where the fuck is it?

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 Post subject: Re: Harry Moss
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Aspen wrote:
ATOMICPUNK wrote:
tate wrote:
It's open go ride....Still needs some work, but it's all ridable.


How many miles is the trail ?

and, where the fuck is it?


Harry Moss Park. :-s

Near Walnut Hill and Park Lane...or Greenville Ave. and Royal lane. Somewhere around there.


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 Post subject: Re: Harry Moss
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Aspen wrote:
ATOMICPUNK wrote:
tate wrote:
It's open go ride....Still needs some work, but it's all ridable.


How many miles is the trail ?

and, where the fuck is it?


geez... get on facebook and now you are all grumpy and shit... here:

http://www.dorba2.com/harry-moss-dallas


and map:

http://maps.google.com/?q=32.886921+-96 ... ,+,+,+,+us)

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 Post subject: Re: Harry Moss
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Thanks Purly Aspen found it and rode at least 6 laps, plus a ride down the old dart rail line to DBW, it's 1.5 miles that way to the shop. Good ride too. The trail is getting there, still needs a lot of work. 358 Vol hours so far.

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