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Albert

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Albert last won the day on October 24 2019

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  • Location
    Austin
  • My Bikes
    2012 Epic, 2014 Crosstrail (Hybrid), Crux (CX)
  • Favorite Local Trails
    Brushy Creek, Barton Creek Greenbelt, Pace Bend, Walnut Creek, Flat Creek, Flat Rock Ranch, Cameron Park, Lake Georgetown
  • Favorite Biking Destinations
    Moab, Sedona, Colorado, Oregon

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  1. I'm happy to contribute financially to signs. I'm a big advocate for trail signage, and very much appreciate when there's good signage on trails I've never ridden before (such as when riding out of state). ..Al
  2. I don't think, "It's cool to get lost!" is a really good reason not to have signage. ..Al
  3. Same, I enjoy the trails, but even after having ridden them many times I still sometimes get turned around a bit. I'd be glad to help with signage. ..Al
  4. Yeah, it's very easy to get "lost" out there. I really wish they'd take some time to put some signage out there at all the intersections, as well as name the trails. That would be a big help. ..Al
  5. What is the race in February? ..Al
  6. If you're in Round Rock, I just received an email soliciting feedback for the upcoming 224 acre Behrens Ranch Metro Park that is currently in development: https://publicinput.com/5980 You can rank your priorities, so you can put "Trails" at the top in one question and "Mountain Bike Trals / Singletrack" at the top for another question. And there's a comment section at the end, where I mentioned it sure would be nice to have some mountain biking trails in Round Rock (there's pretty much nothing now, perhaps some of the eastern stuff at Brushy Creek is in Round Rock, but most if not all of it is in Cedar Park). ..Al
  7. I'm also curious, as I was also out of town yesterday. I'd really like to do all that mileage someday, but it would help to ride with someone who's already familiar with the trails (or at least more familiar with them than I am, with a few exceptions of trails I do know). ..Al
  8. Yes, and you can ride through Russell on the trail without any issues (I did so a week ago).
  9. That is very interesting indeed. Nice alternate route to Parmer if you want to ride north to Lake Georgetown. 🙂 I wish they'd work on the missing segment of Brushy Creek Regional Trail from where it begins on Hairy Man Road over to I-35, as it's a bit of a pain to get there from east of I-35.
  10. Where in the hell is that jump line?!? Did 20 miles out at Brushy today.. Didn't see anything new in the Suburban Ninja area, but didn't really explore beyond what I normally ride there. ..Al
  11. I'm about to head out there, and we're going to hit Suburban Ninja first. Is there new stuff out there? I haven't hit Brushy in about two months. Thanks, ..Al
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