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A fine YouTube post from a friend of mine, and fellow Michigander. Please give it a look.


10 Comments

  1. Nice job on the video. I am moderately active with CAMBR, the trail advocacy group in my area of the world, so I can appreciate the message. I also liked the look of that trail. Which trail is in the video?

    • bgddyjim says:

      I left Joe a comment referring your question. The two of you should hook up and ride… He lives on the west coast of Michigan – Muskegon or thereabouts if memory serves. He knows all of the best trails over there. Prolific mountain biker.

    • lampenj says:

      The trail is a new one in Hastings, MI called Hammond Hill Trail. Hastings is where the Barry Roubaix starts and ends. I picked that clip because it was a nice night out when we rode, but also because the trail exemplifies a trail build that fairly quickly came together through buy-in from the city, WMMBA, corporate sponsors, and volunteers from the riding community. I’m actually in Holland, but am on the Michigan’s Edge MBA that is working on a new trail in Muskegon and wanted to put this together to maybe help tell the bigger story of mountain biking and it’s positive impact. I’m happy you liked it!

      • bgddyjim says:

        Thanks, brother.

      • I really do like the trail video.. and Holland is a few short hours drive for me. When the season starts up, I am going to look up the trail and ride it. Barry Roubaix is a ride that I have checked out and will ride one of these years.
        Jim knows how to get in touch with me. If you feel like a trip to the Chicago area, I will take you to our best trail systems — Palos, Saw Wee Kee, Raceway — and you have a place to stay as well. Bring spandex boy Jim, with you. We can show him what REAL cycling is like.

  2. fitnessgrad says:

    Thanks for sharing 🙂

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