The April KSS monthly newsletter has been emailed to all paid KSS members. Not a member? Consider joining to help support local trail building.
Miller's Update from Tyler: Walked Millers today. The trail is in great shape in fact even after the moister we just had its a little dry and places. All crossings dry.
Air Cap. The trail is in good shape. All dry. But a lot of trash. I picked up about three bags full.
The Wichita Eagle outdoor columnist Mike Pearce will be at Air Cap today (Tuesday) at 5pm to take photos for an article he is writing on KSS. He needs some riders and their bikes for action shots. I told him the trail may be too wet to ride but we should be able to ride in the rocky section.
KSS, is hosting an Open House at Air Capitol Memorial Park. This event will be on Sunday, May 25th from 12-4 and is in support of National Bike Month.
We are still in the planning process and are looking to include:
1. Tours of the trail
2. A Local Food Truck
Rode Horizon today. Was able to ride the whole trail though it did turn into a bit of a hunt at the bottom of cardiac. Horizon has spent a lot of money putting in a new service rode and the rock quarry has bee completely cleaned out and developed for rock climbing in the near future.
Lots of changes at Camp Horizon occurring. It is Spring afterall! With those changes comes lots of opportunities. As most know Camp Horizon is rerouting Cardiac Hill road for better access to the river and rock climbing area.
Miller's: wet and needs a few days to dry out. As a general rule, if the parking lot is muddy, the trail is muddy.
Air Cap: rumor is Air Cap is dry. Any feedback would be appreciated.
You can find trail informaion and updates trail status quickly at Singletracks.com
Meeting Reminder: The April KSS meeting will be held this Thursday at Heartland Bicycle in Old Town. All members and prospective members are welcome.
6:00 - Proposed Santa Fe Lake Trail Meeting
6:30-7:15 Business Meeting
This aritlce is a truanced version from Wet trails take beating from mountain bikers. The orignial can be found here: http://www.americantrails.org/resources/ManageMain
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