We had an army of participants…what an awesome Trail Day it turn out to be on November 10th!
The first group opened up a sweet new section on the Jessica trail. This has nearly doubled the trail length and added some very interesting features.
The second group worked on stone armouring the Kamikaze trail. Dozens of huge rocks where wheelbarrowed from quite a distance to the location. The rocks were used for paving the eroding spots and building guards against riding off the proper path.
The third group helped with the Jessica project and then moved to the Landfill side, to cut and remove some big deadfall and erect barriers for guarding the canal bridge embankment from destructive dirt bikers.
The event was concluded with a Traditional King Street Cycles BBQ. Many lucky participants also walked away with some cool draw prizes that were generously donated by King Street Cycles.
The beautiful weather on the day after offered perfect trail riding conditions. Hopefully many of the trail builders were able to take advantage of the opportunity to check out their work and discover how great the changes turned out.
Please note that the trail connectivity has changed. The end of Twister has recently been moved to the Kamikaze intersection. Now Jessica has been turned into a loop trail that starts and ends at that spot. All the changes are reflected on the Trail Map.