Robbie wrote:North Face just keeps getting better and better:
here is a copy of the blog on our own web site:
On saturday a bunch of guys mostly worked on the second left-hand switchback in the valley, after successfully changing the first left hander from gnarly to nice recently.
The entry into the corner was controlled by a grade reversal, and the start of the corner smoothed out, and the exit helped with a small berm.
The result is now quite easy to ride, and may need only a little tinkering to be all done and dusted!
Our list of "must do" things on this track is gradually getting shorter :-)
MAKARA PEAK TRACKS
redman wrote:Went down to wellington/makara for a sift around and Northface is mint!! We went twice to the tops and being the out-of-towners that we were we, rode ridgeline in the gail winds - not a good idea. Why do we only meet the locals with the advice " I never ride ridgeline in the wind. ' only when we had made it to the bottom after muppeting our way down.
Back to the top a second time and rode Northface. Primo!! what a nice flowing track. Big ups to the track builders, a credit to be proud of!
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