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Spying on a weather station near Pedernales Falls it looks like they got four tenths of an inch early in the morning yesterday and a total for the past week of just shy of an inch.

I think I'll give it a whirl on Monday.

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8 hours ago, Schrute said:

Yeah rpr was on point yesterday

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It was great today as well! Cool temps and cloudy skies more than made up for the moist air. 

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22 hours ago, Ridenfool said:

Spying on a weather station near Pedernales Falls it looks like they got four tenths of an inch early in the morning yesterday and a total for the past week of just shy of an inch.

I think I'll give it a whirl on Monday.

Would appreciate getting a ride report on your experience out there if you go today. It was misting this morning here in Cedar Park and I don't really expect anything to dry out before we get more rain on Wed. If Pedernales or FCC looks good, I may head out there tomorrow. 

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Pedernales Falls trail surface was dry. No standing water, you could tell it had been wet, but just enough left to keep the dust down. Madrone was a little tacky, but the tires were clean when I got back to the car.

On the way, it misted on me through Austin and cleared up once I was past Dripping Springs. Didn't see any precip while there.

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14 minutes ago, Urb said:

Trails will be rideable once Bartman is allowed back on the site!!!

Guess we're not going to be riding again!

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It's a Reveille kind of weekend, it's looking like.  Nothing wrong with that, either!


I was out there last Sunday and had a blast. It had been a while. Will probably go again this Sunday.


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It's finally cooler and the trails are too wet to ride. Time to put in some much needed maintenance into the trails. Damp soils mean good conditions for pulling out invasive trees and shaping dirt for both good trail drainage and some nice smooth berms. Stay tuned to The Austin Ridge Riders Mountain Bike Club for many opportunities to give the trails some love 1f618.png  

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ARR Trail Crew will be back at WC Tuesday.  Please RSVP and Join us.  We need YOUR help.  With the rains we have been getting, the trails need lot's of attention to properly drain.: 

 

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Looks like a few hours of mixed clouds and sun this morning with no rain in the forecast. Sounds like a perfect morning for RPR and I definitely need a few hours in the saddle.  

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FRR is reporting great trail conditions with no rain yesterday.  Headed there now.

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Gravel route today resulted in soggy shoes after several creek crossing along Slaughter Creek that had more than 12" of flowing water. So yeah, SATN is not good to go.

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