3 dry days is the worst possible result.
Will be firm underneath, but very greasy - Should keep the entertainment value high though
The only way it will get good from here on is with continuous rain so it starts to soften up again.
New trails have popped up everywhere and you should have already booked a holiday to Tasmania.
The war between land managers and trail builders is more fierce than ever
Bikes have improved so much from 10 years ago, you can't go too wrong at the moment
Transition between feature and ground is not considered at all. It's no surprise the BKXC guy wants nothing to do with them.
There is another one where a BMX mate of his comes along and eats shit constantly
Lysterfield is a very large network which has been created so that 95% of the trails can be ridden by a complete novice.
No surprise, that's where the complete novices go. It's also readily accessible for a huge growth area if the state.
Silvan, Red Hill, Plenty Gorge, Lake Mountain, Buxton...
As @Dozer mentioned, stocks will be very thin soon.
My LBS is quite concerned on whether they will receive orders and they have one of the biggest supplies of floor stock in Australia.
Have been absolutely smashed with people buying bikes and all related gear during lockdown
It's not quite dead in the water, but nothing is going to happen for some time.
Big blow to the area and locals who had already invested in business and housing around the town.
Initial chatter was that trail would be running for Xmas 2020 - Such a bummer