You don’t have to go to the coast to experience, narrow, twisty trails with lots of roots creating an obstacle course. We’ve got that in Clarkston.
I’ve said it before, the trail is a dangerous place to ride. Building a trail is not good enough. It must be maintained and montored for unanticipated safety hazards.
We should start seeing signs on the Clarkston side telling “traffic” to travel on the right and pass on the left. The Corps promised the signs were on order.
Some tips for managing a bike/ped trail.–Corrie
Rounding a hairpin turn with a bad sightline, the cyclists dodged two teen-agers then suddenly came upon a couple walking their dog. The meeting ended very badly.