Monday, September 14, 2009

Reforestration Camp Mountain Biking

11 Miles 54:34
5:30 pm) 70's Partly Cloudy
Good ride. I am getting better at handling the bike
on the single track. I was 2:06 faster than last week.
Still did not purchase a new bike. I can't seem to make
up my mind. I don't want to rush my decision and end
up with something I regret down the road.


nwgdc said...

Hey Brad-

Just catching up. I saw you were down in Greenbush again. Considering you've run both courses, how did the Ice Age Trail, Hiking Trails (colored loops), and Single Track Mt. Bike Trails compare to the course at the North Face?

I LOVE those single track trails...not as technical as the IAT but lots of ups and downs.

C Brad Poppele said...

I would say the trails at Greenbush are more difficult. I'm not saying North Face is easy but overall just not as hard. At least that's my opinion. I'm going back to Eagle in a couple weeks so I might change my mind. I'm going to run the 19 mile loop that I didn't do last year. It's only for the 50 milers. You will not run this portion. The North Face course has some steep hills but not as many as the Ice Age trail at Greenbush. The green course at Greenbush I really thought was difficult. I enjoyed the mountain bike trails. Tney are tough as well. Hope this answers your question. What's your thoughts? Which do you think is more challenging?