MS, JB, and I were going to hit up York River State Park last Saturday, but after four days of rain and snow, the liklihood of riding dry trails was highly unlikely. JB held onto his kitchen pass, but MS and I went to the back up plan vault, which at a high level meant riding fire roads. Having only been there once before to ride singletrack, we didn’t know what to expect.
As I’ve noted before, reverting to Plan B isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Sometimes our greatest adventures can be when we are forced to pursue alternative plans. I won’t go so far as to say that this Plan B was “all time”, but it was definitely a worthy experience of its own, and one I might not otherwise have experienced and enjoyed.
And for those of you who care, there are miles and miles (and miles) of new singletrack being cut in as we speak. YRSP may very well be a bona fide destination trail once they are open. If you feel like helping out, contact EVMA.
I’ll let the pictures do the rest of the talking…
Stay tuned. Exclusive video footage to come.