Hobble Creek, Right Fork.
A report by the Professor.
I was riding regularly then got the flu, which then turned into a cold. I missed two full weeks of riding. Here are a few shots from the last three or four rides. The trails have been pretty good. Though I did do a 16 mile solo ride that had pretty tough conditions for half of it—soft snow, windy, and very cold— most of the riding has been pretty good. One day at Corner Canyon we had every type of trail surface imaginable— hard packed snow, soft snow, solid ice, deep mud, dry dirt, you name it. In the past month or so I’ve ridden both sides of the Alpine Loop, Cascade Springs, Corner Canyon, Hobble Creek, and the Bonneville Shoreline Trail above Provo and Springville. Enjoy the photos.
Near Elk Camp, Cascade Springs Rd. Soft snow, big cold wind and trudging.
Alpine Loop, Sundance side
Cold, windy day
Corner Canyon singletrack
Bullet took a tumble through some deadfalls
Bonneville Shoreline Trail, Corner Canyon (Jan.)
Alpine Loop summit
Alpine Loop Summit with Kent Moos, Bullet, and Doc
Alpine Loop, American Fork side
Balsam Campground, Hobble Creek Canyon
Tags: Alpine Loop
, American Fork Canyon
, Bonneville Shoreline Trail
, Cascade Springs Rd.
, Corner Canyon
, fat biking Bonneville Shoreline Trail
, fat biking Cascade Springs Rd.
, fat biking Hobble Creek Canyon
, fat biking Hobble Creek Right Fork
, fat biking in Utah
, Hobble Creek Canyon
Great photos (as usual).