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11 | 30 | '21
On a group ride Tuesday, November 30, a bike (pretty nice) was found. Smaller size and still pretty new. Contact two zero six three eight four three seven five three.
Submitted by petfah on 12/1/21
11 | 29 | '21
Caught the break in the rains and went to another of the 'best draining' trail systems in Puget Sound, Cherry Valley. The access road is wet but the trails are good. I had to go around an early morning accident on Cherry Valley Road by going east on...
Submitted by tomvale on 11/30/21
11 | 24 | '21
I started climbing this morning at 6am, from the upper lot, and was excited to try the new Side Hustle trail as 'Bryan' described in the last Tiger report. I began with lights on the helmet and handlebars and by the top of Masterlink, I turned them o...
Submitted by tomvale on 11/25/21
11 | 21 | '21
We are so spoiled here in the PNW. In just the last few months Tiger has added Extra Terrestrial, Close Encounters, Super T and now Side Hustle. We rode Master and Quick Link to East Tiger Summit, then Side Hustle across the fire road at the bottom o...
Submitted by Bryan on 11/21/21
I missed the grand reopening of Little Mountain's Skill Park and Trail additions back on Sept 12th so I made it my next destination this weekend. Last time I was here was three years ago so I needed to check it out and get a new impression of Little...
Submitted by tomvale on 11/21/21
Had to detour around the road closure in Snohomish and got to the North trailhead via the Monroe end of the road. The water receded and the road was back open after this morning's ride was done. I went up to the towers and down Springboard, Meetcutte...
Submitted by tomvale on 11/18/21
Started climbing up the shuttle road at 7 this morning to do Lower Skyline and see what wind and water damage occurred from the two atmospheric rivers. There was 1-2” of snow at the top of Lower Skyline and then three 8” blown trees over the trail th...
Submitted by tomvale on 11/18/21
11 | 13 | '21
A group of three of us, along with three or four other separate groups enjoyed the trail today while mother nature reloads for the next round of rain. The trail has drained really well so traction was good. However the leaves along the upper traverse...
Submitted by tomvale on 11/14/21
This morning was a bit foggy at the Leavenworth Ski Hill when I started climbing around 8am. I took the climbing trail up to the Rosy Boa junction and went down the connector to the Downhill trail and continued climbing back up to the top of the Boa...
Submitted by tomvale on 11/9/21
11 | 06 | '21
After Deep Creek and Corral Pass (5800'), then Alpine Baldy (5000') and this weekend's ride on Raging River (3400') , I have been going to lower summits to follow the snowline as the winter develops and covers our higher vertical for a while. Today a...
Submitted by tomvale on 11/7/21
This morning's break in the rain gave me a good chance to get a weekday ride in and I haven't done the lower trails since the beginning of the year. This place has always been good after rainy days since it drains well and the canopy is so thick wher...
Submitted by tomvale on 11/3/21
The night ride was so rad!!! and It was a different experience being it in the dark, it was my first night ride ever, We lapped derailed and it was sick!!! - So excited for cool runnings, ranger, and owl paccino to open, cool runnings looks sick!!!
Submitted by ZackaryLMtnvikes on 11/1/21
10 | 31 | '21
I just retired from "that airplane company" after 35 years. What better way to celebrate than with great weather and a beautiful climbing trail with a view. I left the Jennifer Dunn Trailhead about 7:15 am (only car there) and began climbing in the c...
Submitted by tomvale on 11/1/21
The trails were covered in leaves and we couldn't see any roots! We had a wonderful time. Since it was nearly noon when we finished two hours of riding, we barbecued hot dogs. Such a great way to meet people and enjoy the fall weather. 
Submitted by shansuth on 10/31/21
A tree is down along the Secret Squirrel trail.  It's only 1 to 2 feet off the ground.
Submitted by ranmer on 10/31/21
Plenty of wet leaves, wet rocks, wet roots and hero dirt if your tires can get through the leaves. I caught a break in the rains this morning and went up the lower shuttle road to go down Lower Showcase. Showcase is hard enough as it is, but add wet...
Submitted by tomvale on 10/24/21
10 | 23 | '21
Rode the reptile loop (Stinger, Viper, Python, Anaconda, Iron Brigage).  Also rode Once Upon a time, derailleur and Upper Beaver Trax.  There are two blowdowns to note, one 4" Dia across Derallieur and one 12" dia across UB Trax.  Saw...
Submitted by KentKangley on 10/23/21
Took my coworker to the park for his first time here and gave him a tour of the good stuff. The recent rains were soaked up well and the trails were all hero. We went up to the towers and  down on the Springboards, back up for Wishbone, Goldeney...
Submitted by tomvale on 10/19/21
10 | 16 | '21
First time at Galby, and let me tell you this place is for real. World class trails, well marked and maintained and easy access from Bellingham. We rode Huff n Puff up, and then crushed Evolution and Unemployment Line down. Both are poppy, with wood...
Submitted by Bryan on 10/17/21
Corral Pass - Deep Creek Loop I began this ride early in the morning at the junction of the White River Trail and Corral Pass Road. I started the climb and saw a couple cars and trucks going up early too. A little later on, I came upon a pickup and...
Submitted by tomvale on 10/17/21