legend - Member
You didn't notice that lines were available that previous would've had you bouncing off trees?
Hard to say. I don't think that my overall experience of riding the trail felt particularly different, though that doesn't necessarily mean I wasn't taking some different lines to usual. On the other hand I'm not wikkid awsum in the slightest and on a trail I know well I could mostly be shoring up my limited skills by riding a line slowly settled upon and memorised over the years.
On the other hand I was able to notice that Hop, Skip and Jump could now be reamed Hop, Skip, Jump and Won't Stay On The Trail, Even When There's Three Options And One Of Them Is Already a Chicken Run. Bah.
Northwind - Member
When the day comes that every corner at Glentress has been replaced with an epic dickhead straightline that goes like an arrow from Spooky Woods to the cafe, and all of the corners have become forgotten and overgrown, there'll still be one man riding where the trail used to be. And swearing a lot.
That sadly seems quite likely.