It was such a beautiful day I just had to go for another ride.
From my place I headed up the Max Reid Trail.
It's one of the more popular trails here.
The Paiute Trail Committee, a non-profit organization has put 21 of these picnic tables out long the trails.
With 5 more on order it comes to a total of almost $15,000.00 including the sakrete and chains to keep them in place.
The Committee also donates 100s of man hours every year working on these types of projects.
From there I headed for trail #1095, Upper Deer Creek Canyon. It even starts out fun.
The trail is off camber in a few places which keeps a lot of people from riding it. Its also one of the few trails
not maintained by the Forest Service which makes it a little more fun than most of the other trails.
Its just a fun trail.
This is the end, only 2.2 miles long.
From my door step to the end of the trail and back home, 27.5 miles.
I wish we had a great trail system nearby like that. I'm trying to imagine tackling that on my Grizzly. I think its probably more "tippy" than your Brute Force is. I can imagine myself literally almost off the seat on the right making sure it doesn't flip over. The newer 700 models have a wider stance which probably makes these type of trails a little less unnerving.