Reading my copy of Mountain Flyer Magazine I saw a Salsa Bike advertisement and down in the small print I see something about the filming of Reveal The Path.
This is from the creators of Ride The Divide. From the website you will see show listing and the Trailer. This is a great looking film.
I think they are trying to inspire others to get out and seek life and adventure. Your trip might not be as epic but adventure is where you find it no matter how big or small.
So click here to see the trailer
12 April 2012
10 April 2012
My plan was to run the course backward. I don't think it helped me much. It has been months since I have done a orienteering event and I think it showed. I had some problems with locating some of the points. Points 7 and 3 caused me the most problems. On point 7 I could not find the second field area. Point 3 was higher on the hill that what it showed on the map.
One thing that makes any course in the park hard is all the down trees from storms over the last couple of years. If you take the down trees out it would be some much better...Glad I did not take the map with the April fools joke on it!
I have not posted anything for sometime. Mostly because I have not done anything that I felt like posting to the world wide web. The other day that changed. I had taken two days off from work,well I have been ordered to take time off.. I figured I need to do something other than going out for a training ride. I needed to slow down and do something for the trails that I ride on. I armed myself with an E-Tool (Army shovel) and put it in my CamelBak. I took a easy ride to the Lakeview trails and my plan was to start working on the low areas and turns that had dirt burming-up on the low or outside and not letting the water drain out and keep those areas wet. In some places it was causing riders to take a different line. That is something you are not wanting to happen with a trail system. Here is one of the many examples of what I am talking about: